Supporting The Health of Our Community
At Treasure Coast Urgent and Family Care, we value the importance of giving back to the community we all call home. We’re proud to actively support the efforts of two local nonprofit organizations, House of Hope and Helping People Succeed.
House of Hope
Founded in 1984, House of Hope is a nonprofit community service agency providing basic human needs for struggling people in Martin County at each of their four locations – Stuart, Hobe Sound, Indiantown and Jensen Beach. Project HOPE (Helping Others Progress through Empowerment) ensures all people seeking help are attended to on a case-by-case basis, offering a personalized dialogue about further channels of assistance to afford them the best opportunity for health, financial stability and life success.
House of Hope also provides food pantries, clothes closets, and financial assistance. These programs primarily serve children and people who are homeless. Special funds also include assistance for veterans and single mothers, though House of Hope helps people of all ages and backgrounds.
Helping People Succeed
Founded in 1964, Helping People Succeed is a comprehensive organization that recognizes many populations within our society need strength-based services that lead to self-sufficiency, personal responsibility, and the ability to lead an everyday life. The goal of HPS is to help each person achieve success while helping improve the community’s economic viability and diversity through program that assist children in becoming school-ready, and help adults find and maintain employment.
Everyday HPS helps people succeed by providing information and assistance to families of children with developmental delays, diagnosed conditions, behavioral or mental health issues. HPS also provides opportunities for adult education and job training as well as life-skill development and job placement for adults with disabilities.
Helping People Succeed currently serves the residents of Martin, St. Lucie, Okeechobee, Indian River, and Duval counties. To learn more about volunteer opportunities visit their website or contact Madeleine Greenwood at firstname.lastname@example.org or 772-320-0770.
We appreciate the hard work and dedication of both the staff and volunteers from these organizations who make our community a better place to live. Thank you for all you do!