Florida Community Health Centers: Florida Community Health Center provides primary care, obstetrical, pediatric, infectious disease, and imaging services to residents of Martin County.
Volunteers In Medicine Clinic: The Volunteers in Medicine Clinic provides free primary medical care to residents of Martin County who are below the 200 percent poverty income level, and who do not have private health insurance, Medicaid or Medicare. The clinic is staffed primarily by volunteers, retired medical professionals and other area residents. Martin Health System supports the clinic by providing access to laboratory, diagnostic studies and ancillary programs such as cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation, physical, occupational and speech therapy, dietary counseling, and monitored exercise programs at the Martin Health and Fitness Centers. The Volunteers in Medicine Clinic is located at: 417 S.E. Balboa Avenue, Stuart FL 34994, or can be reached via phone 772.463.4128
Molly’s House: Molly’s House provides short-term, affordable accommodations for the families of hospitalized loved ones and hospital outpatients since 1996.
Florida Blood Centers: Please donate blood! Florida's Blood Centers is Martin Health's supplier of blood products used to save lives at Martin Health. Blood collected here stays here, so you can be sure your donation will help here at home.
211 Helpline: Provides free assistance and referrals in times of emotional, financial, and community crisis. 211 services Include healthcare navigation, crisis intervention (suicide and abuse), community information, teen and elder hotlines. Dial 2-1-1 from your phone to access services.
United Way Martin County: The United Way is a community resource that helps people gain access to services they need by partnering and supporting many community organizations that are addressing the needs of the community. They fund community programs that are being provided by different agencies in Martin County.
Helping People Succeed: Helping People Succeed is a comprehensive organization that has recognized that many populations within our society need strength based services that lead to self-sufficiency, personal responsibility, and the ability to lead an everyday life. Helping People Succeed’s goal is to help each person achieve success, so they may have a successful future, enjoying their life fully, and participating as productive taxpaying citizens. In addition they improve the community's economic viability and diversity through programs that assist children become ready for school and adults find and maintain employment.
Martin County Healthy Start: Martin County Healthy Start is a organization that offers support and education to pregnant women and infants. All of our services are confidential, offered free of charge, and are not based on income.
Treasure Coast Food Bank: Treasure Coast Food Bank provides food to charitable organizations serving those that are food insecure. In addition to food distribution, TCFB provides numerous programs that not only solve the immediate problems of hunger, but help individuals and families gain long-term food security.
Kane Center: The Kane Center has assistance programs for seniors, elderly, and people over 55 years of age. Get food from Meals on Wheels. Transportation can help a senior get to a job interview or doctor appointment. Adult daycare and elder services are offered. May also have information on prescription assistance, Medicare, and programs that seniors can use to ensure they are billed correctly by their medical provider
Treasure Coast Hospice: Treasure Coast Hospice provides physical, emotional, and spiritual support to patients and their families diagnosed with a life-limiting illness. They are located in Martin and St Lucie County, call 800.299.4677 for more information.