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MEETING:
Wednesday, January 14
8:30-10 a.m.
Children’s Services Council
2nd Wednesday monthly
101 SE Central Parkway, Stuart FL 34994
Newsletter articles by 1st Friday to mailto:[email protected]
(Green building between Bridges
Montessori and Unity Church)
http://www.mcinteragency.org
INDIANTOWN MCIAC
January 8
The Indiantown IAC meets on
the second Thursday of each
month 8:30 a.m. at the
Seminole Inn.
Bob Zaccheo is the Chair
for Indiantown IAC.
mailto:[email protected]
com
COFFEE
SPONSORSHIPS
Do you want to
spotlight your agency at the next
Stuart MCIAC meeting? Simply
provide coffee (for approximately
25-35 attendees) and you will receive a 5 minute “Coffee Sponsor
Spotlight” to share information
about your program.
Check your calendar for our 2nd
Wednesday of the month schedule.
STUART MCIAC - JANUARY 14
8:30 - 8:40am President and Treasurer’s Report
8:40 - 9:20am Program presentations and Q & A:
Update about the Affordable Care Act with Christopher
Gall, a CPA from HBK CPAs and Consultants in Stuart.
Coffee Sponsor: Boys and Girls Clubs of Martin County,
with Genaris Haston talking about a gang-prevention
program.
9:20 - 9:35am Program-related announcements/updates
9:35 - 10:00am Networking
Thank you, and see you on Wednesday!
~ Diane Tomasik, President MCIAC • [email protected]
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INDIANTOWN MCIAC - JANUARY 8
The Indiantown IAC meets on the second Thursday of each
month 8:30 a.m. at the Seminole Inn.
Bob Zaccheo is the chairman for Indiantown IAC.
mailto:[email protected]
Your presentation will also be
filmed by Debi Pelletier and the
video will be accessible on http://
www.mcinteragency.org website or
linkable from your own website!
First come, first serve to get onto
our calendar mailto:[email protected] to
sign up for a coffee sponsorship!
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Want more people to know about your organization?
Want to be recognized for the good work you do?
Want to shed some light on the cause that you
are most passionate about?
The answer is YES!
Presented by
211 HelpLine’s 2nd Annual Non-Profit Awards, Jewels of the Treasure Coast
Luncheon is your opportunity to be celebrated, recognized & rewarded for your
efforts in making the community a better place!
Finalists in each award category will receive the following benefits:
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Recognition in many media outlets
Logo with link on 211’s website & social media platforms
Name recognition in event press release
Logo with link in official Finalist Announcement email blast
Personalized recognition at luncheon event
Winners will receive a beautiful, personalized glass award
And much more!
Being a part of this exciting CELEBRATION is easy!
Nominations open January 12th and close February 12th.
Simply submit an application explaining your achievements in the appropriate category.
Finalists will be announced March 16th. Winners will be announced May 7th!
Want more information? Sure you do!
Contact Tara Piana-Murray, Development Director
561-383-1147 or at [email protected]
www.211treasurecoast.org/upcoming-events
http://www.211treasurecoast.org/upcoming-events
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For questions or additional information - Linda Fox at 561-966-4288 ext.102 or mailto:[email protected]
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$1 Million Available through the Champions for Healthy Kids Grants!
Over the past 12 years, the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Foundation
and the General Mills Foundation has awarded over $6 million in Champions for Healthy Kids grants to nonprofit organizations across the U.S.
promoting healthy eating and active lifestyles targeted to kids and families.
This year, the General Mills Foundation has committed to offering $1
million in grants, awarding fifty, $20,000 grants. Applications must involve
the program expertise of an RDN or DTR member of the Academy of
Nutrition and Dietetics.
Visit http://www.eatright.org/foundation/championgrants to access
the grant application and learn more about previously funded programs.
Applications are due Friday, January 23, 2015 at 5pm CST.
Please email questions to mailto:[email protected]
Headquarters | Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
120 South Riverside Plaza | Suite 2000 | Chicago, Illinois 60606-6995
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Shape Up & Win 5k
Hosted by First United Methodist Church of Stuart
Saturday, January 31, 2015
Proceeds to support facilities and scholarships for Winshape Camp in our community.
www.winshape.org/camps
5k race begins at 7:30 am in Memorial Park in Downtown Stuart, FL.
Tot Trot for ages 10 and under. Tot Trot begins at 8:30 am.
$30.00 Pre-registration for 5k
$35.00 Pre-registration plus childcare (for one hour if parent or guardian is running this 5k. Must be pre-registered.)
$35.00 race day registration for 5k
$5.00 tot trot for children 10 and under
Packet Pickup will be Friday, January 30, 2015 from 12 pm until 6 pm located at
First United Methodist Church of Stuart, 1500 S Kanner Hwy, Stuart, FL 34994.
Name:____________________________________________
Gender: M / F (circle one)
Address:________________________________________________________________________________________
Email:_____________________________________________
Birth date:__________________
Phone Number:_____________________________________
T - Shirt Size:________________
Emergency Contact Name/Number:____________________
Tot Trot Runner Name(s) & Age(s):___________________________________________________________________
I hearby express and affirmatively state that I, or my child named herein wish to participate in the above stated activity. I realize that participation in this activity involves risk of
injury including but not limited to loss of future earning capacity, loss or damage to personal property, various degrees and severity of injury, all other possible risks of injury and
even death which occur by reason of me/my child’s participation and release the First United Methodist Church of Stuart, MCM Timing, City of Stuart, Chik Fil A, Winshape Camps, or
other sponsors or affiliates of this race, its agents and employees there from. I intend to be legally bound, and do hereby, for myself, my heirs, and executors, waive and release any
and all rights and claims for damages which I may have or which may hereinafter accrue to me. If I, or participant I represent, should suffer injury or illness I authorize officials of
race to use their discretion to be transported to a medical facility and I take full responsibility for this action. I voluntarily choose to participate, or allow my child to participate,
assuming all risks. I hereby grant full permission to any and all of the foregoing to use any photographs, videotapes, or any record for this event for any purpose.
Signature:_______________________________________________ Date:______________________________________
Signature of Parent (if under 18):____________________________ Date:______________________________________
Please Make checks payable to FUMC Children’s Ministry. PO BOX 539, Stuart, FL 34995.
[email protected]
Registration also available on Active.com
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UNITED WAY OFFERING
FREE TAX PREPARATION
BEGINNING FEB. 2
United Way of Martin County
will be starting its Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program on
February 2.
United Way’s IRS-trained VITA
volunteers offer free tax preparation help at the United Way
office, 10 S.E. Central Parkway,
Suite 101, Stuart, from 6 to 8
p.m. by appointment only.
The VITA program helps Martin
County residents with a household income of $53,000 or less
keep more of their hard-earned
money by utilizing the Earned Income Tax Credit. Last year, United Way volunteers filed 266 returns and helped families receive
a total of $327,488 in tax refunds.
Any Martin County resident who
received wages or self-employment income and made less than
$53,000 qualifies for this program. Those who don’t qualify
for the United Way program can
still have their taxes done for free
through AARP’s Tax-Aide program that serves people of any
age on a walk-in basis at select
Martin County Library branches.
Clients of either program are
asked to bring the following:
• Social Security card along with photo ID
• Social Security numbers for
other people on tax forms
• 2013 tax return and all 2014 tax information including W-2s, 1099s and stock information
United Way and AARP sites do
not prepare business taxes, Schedule CEZ or forms for rental property, trusts, limited partnerships or
paper returns. Call 772-283-4800
between 9:30 a.m. and 3 p.m.
to schedule an appointment at
United Way’s VITA site or dial
2-1-1 for more information.
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HABITAT FOR HUMANITY OF MARTIN COUNTY presents
6 p.m. February 3
Mariner Sands Country Club
6500 S.E. Mariner Sands Drive, Stuart
Join prestigious businessmen and
esteemed professionals as they
generously donate their time and
talent at a charity auction to
benefit Habitat for Humanity of
Martin County's 2015 Women
Build Home.
$100 admission includes
auction, cocktail reception
and heavy hors d’ oeuvres.
Visit HabitatMartin.org or
call 772-223-9940 for tickets
and more information.
Auctioneer Drew Pittman will serve as master
of ceremonies. Up for bid: private dinner
parties, portrait sessions, sports lessons, day
in the life of a fireman or sheriff and more!
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Molly’s House
P
olo
& Paella
Hosted by Port Mayaca Polo Club
12499 SW Conners Hwy., Okeechobee
Saturday, February 7, 2015
11:00 a.m. - Gates open
11:30 a.m. - Dressage Presentation
1:00 p.m. Polo match Begins
Halftime- VIP lunch, Best Hat Contest,
Champagne Divot Stomp
2:30 p.m. - Trophy Presentation, Car Parade
Field-Side Tailgating (East Side): $50/Carload
Enjoy tailgating within close proximity to the field with food
vendors and restrooms close by.
VIP Tent Passes: $100/Person
VIP ticket holders will enjoy a covered seating area on
the berm with a paella lunch and drinks.
For tickets, call 772-223-6659.
For Car Show admission and sponsorship opportunities,
contact Donna Valin at [email protected]
or call 772-223-6659.
Thank You Sponsors:
Ms. Betsy Herold
Visit www.MollysHouse.org
for more information.
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Molly’s Gallery
Located at Molly’s House
2014 - 2015
Champagne Reception Schedule
January - Sharon Ferina, Barbara Brinley, John Ostler, Barbara Rosenzweig, Patricia
Kuhn
Reception Thursday, January 8th, 5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Music by Annie Greco
Sponsored by Aycock Funeral Home, Berkshire Hathaway - Gaydos Team, Decorating Den Interiors,
Images in Paradise, Sharkey Air, Total Wine & More
By Kathy Saigh
Patricia Kuhn was born, raised and educated in the Washington, DC area. She had a public
service career in the DC City Administrator’s office and law offices. Patricia moved to the
Treasure Coast in 2012. She has worked with stained glass, mosaic, and fused glass for over
twenty years. She has training in warm glass techniques from three studios in Maryland.
February - Nate Streitman, Ginger Carslake, Val Lally, Lucille Solazzi, Jari Shaktman
Reception Thursday, February 5th, 5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Music by Annie Greco
Sponsored by Aycock Funeral Home, Berkshire Hathaway - Gaydos Team, Images in Paradise,
Martin County Tax Collector Ruth Pietruszewski, Sharkey Air, Total Wine & More
Nate Streitman was born in Belgium and was impressed with the Flemish painters. He
started to paint in 1971 after coming to the U.S. Nate is self taught, painting with oils on
canvas. After joining the AAMC, he started to paint at the Marlee Matheson Open Studio
and the Elliott Museum. Several of his paintings are now with private collectors.
March - Cathy Wilkinson, Sheri Nielsen, Kathy Saigh, Petrea Moriarty
Reception Thursday, March 5th, 5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Music by Joette’s Strings
By Carolyn Sadowski
Sponsored by Aycock Funeral Home, Berkshire Hathaway - Gaydos Team, Images in Paradise,
Sharkey Air, Total Wine & More
Sheri Nielsen holds a Master’s degree in Fine Art and enjoyed a teaching career. She paints
primarily landscapes and has exhibited her work in several galleries on the Treasure Coast.
Sheri has won several awards and her work is in private collections throughout the U.S.
April - Marney Moore, Carolyn Sadowski, Chris Gunkel, Marlene Maloney
Reception Thursday, April 2nd, 5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Music by Taafkab Etalia
Sponsored by Aycock Funeral Home, Berkshire Hathaway - Gaydos Team, Images in Paradise,
Sharkey Air, Total Wine & More
By Sharon Ferina
Chris Gunkel has a Bachelor of Arts in Graphic Art along with extended education. He has
worked in the commercial field for twenty years. Chris has been an advertising agency
executive and a partner at a graphic firm. Chris presently has an art studio in Stuart with
acrylic paints on display at Art Gumbo Gallery.
430 SE Osceola Street, Stuart, FL 34994
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www.MollysHouse.org
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772-223-6659
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Donna Lewis
First United Methodist Church
1500 S Kanner Highway
Stuart, FL 34994
772-287-6262 X2218
mailto:[email protected]
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IF YOU CAN READ,
YOU CAN LEAD
Give a child the courage to read to the world.
Volunteers needed!
Become a Y READS! volunteer and help students in Kindergarten through 3rd
grade improve their reading skills through small group tutoring. In addition,
you’ll be helping students develop self-esteem and improve their all-around academic performance. All training and teaching materials will be provided.
Make a difference by joining our team of tutors!
WHEN:
Monday-Thursday
2:30pm-4:30pm
Volunteer one to four days per week.
Earn Service Hours for High School and College
LOCATION:
Warfield Elementary School
15260 SW 150th St.
Indiantown, FL 34956
CONTACT:
Brett Quinlin
Y READS! Director
(863) 840-3620
[email protected]
Scan here to visit
our Volunteer Page!
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Fighting Tood Decay and
Saving Smiles
Hundreds of Martin County
students are smiling brighter
for the holidays thanks to a
school-based dental sealant
program. The pilot program,
launched in October, has provided close to 500 students, in
Martin County Title I schools,
with dental sealants.
With parental consent, a dental hygienist with the Florida
Department of Health in Martin County works within the
schools and provides an oral
exam and applies the sealants. The sealants are placed
on the chewing surfaces of
the teeth and act as a barri-
er for cavities. The children
are also provided with a take
home kit with helpful tools for
keeping their teeth healthy:
including a new tooth brush,
dental floss, toothpaste and a
countdown timer for effective
tooth-brushing.
Good oral health is essential
to good overall health. “We
are delighted to offer this
program to Martin County
school children.” said Karlette
Peck, Health Officer for the
Florida Department of Health
in Martin County, “This pilot
program is providing dental
sealants to second, third and
fifth grade students who are
otherwise may not receive
them.”
Other keys to good oral health
include seeing a dentist regularly, limiting sugar and
brushing and flossing teeth at
least twice daily.
The pilot program, funded by
a state grant, is expected to
continue to provide services
through May of 2015.
Milly Ruiz, dental hygienist
with the FL-DOH, applies
protective sealants
Dental Dragon with tools for
keeping teeth healthy
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Caregiver Respite Program
The Caregiver Respite program provides 4 days and 3 nights respite at Molly’s House, hospital hospitality
house located at 430 SE Osceola Street, Stuart, FL.
Molly’s House provides services to those living within Martin, St. Lucie, Palm Beach, Okeechobee and Indian River
Counties. The Victorian style house features 14 bedrooms with private baths, a living room, two kitchens, a laundry
facility, a chapel, a library and the William and Helen Thomas Serenity Garden for outdoor relaxing.
The Caregiver Respite program is designed to provide 4 days and 3 nights of comfort to those caring for their
loved one 24/7 or on a regular basis. Their loved one will be cared for at home by a home health
professional.
Caregivers participating will receive some special pampering (if available when dates are booked) that include:
A choice of a massage/pedicure/manicure; complimentary ticket to a Lyric Theatre performance (if there is a
performance during your stay dates and if tickets are available); ticket to the House of Refuge or Florida
Oceanographic; and perhaps a restaurant gift certificate.
The home health professional may include a Certified Nursing Assistant, a Home Health Aide providing
“Companion Care” services and “Personal Care” services for the duration of their stay.
Caregivers wishing to apply for the program may contact Louise Murtaugh, Executive Director/COO at Molly’s
House to receive an application. Once the application is completed, the Caregiver will be notified by Molly’s
House and a specific date of stay will be determined.
 Caregiver complete the Caregiver Respite Program Application
 Caregiver complete the Client Intake Record – provide their loved ones information on that form as
detailed as possible any special needs
This Caregiver Respite program is funded by: The William and Helen Thomas Charitable Fund and Loblolly
Community Foundation.
Caregiver applications are confirmed on a first come first serve basis until the funds are exhausted. Send in
your application early to be confirmed to a respite stay at Molly’s House at no cost to you or your family.
For more information contact Louise Murtaugh, at 772.223.6659 or by email at [email protected]
Visit our website at http://www.mollyshouse.org to learn more about Molly’s House and our programs and
services.
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Youth for Unity program kicks off
in Indiantown
Thanks to a three-year grant from the Community Foundation for Palm Beach and Martin Counties, children and teens in at our Bill
& Barbara Whitman branch in Indiantown are
participating in Youth for Unity, a program
designed to promote tolerance and diversity and promote self-expression, especially
through creative media.
In its first year, the initiative will run from
November 2014 through May 2015. Supplementing arts and cultural workshops led by
local artists are field trips that highlight local
culture and programming led by Indiantown’s
youth development staff that help reinforce
themes of diversity and inclusion through research projects, high-yield learning activities,
mentoring, and group discussion.
So far, Club members have worked with a local artist to create their own comic books that
enabled them to tell their stories in front of a
group in a non-judgmental way. While they
shared their comic book stories, children were
guided in a way that encouraged respectful
interaction and to value their differences. And
for Thanksgiving, Club members and their
families listened to multicultural stories from
Carrie Sue Ayvar, a Miami-based storytelling
artist.
Both the workshops and program session
with Indiantown staff are structured around
the four primary themes, which help participants: see themselves as unique and special
individuals; understand our society’s diversity; recognize bias and unfairness; and take
personal leadership in confronting bias. All
activities will be age-appropriate, with different activities for youth ages six to nine, 10-12,
and for teens. A survey to measure children’s
attitudinal changes will be conducted in the
beginning and at the end of the program to
determine the program’s impact.
The primary goal of Youth for Unity is to
build the capacity of young people to demonstrate the personal and social leadership that
creates a Club environment of inclusion and
unity. Such an environment embraces diversity and makes prejudice, bigotry and discrimination unwelcome and unacceptable-- at both
the Club and in the community at large. We
believe that when youth understand and embrace different cultures, backgrounds and lifestyles, they will go on to become productive,
caring, and responsible citizens. Therefore,
we believe this is a program with a long-term
positive impact.
For more info: Alex Soares, Operations
Director in Indiantown, at 772.597.5088
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The ARC of Martin County
will add another first to
its formidable list of
accomplishments with
the opening of its first
upscale boutique-inspired
thrift shop
Located at 613 Colorado Ave.
in Stuart’s bustling downtown, the shop offers clothing, furniture, sporting goods,
home décor and housewares,
among other things.
Hours are 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Monday-Friday and
10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday.
The thrift shop is a win/win
situation for the community: not only does the sale of
items provide a much-needed revenue stream to ARC,
but the individuals served by
the non-profit also can work
there. It gives them a chance
to hone their employment
skills and become part of the
workforce, plus they get to
earn pocket money.
Monica Worrell, manager of the new
ARC of Martin County Thrift Store
and volunteer Nancy Rimkunas.
She also recommends you
park behind the store in the
public parking on MLK Boulevard, since spaces in front
are limited.
For information or to learn
how you can help, call
772-283-2525.
Monica Worrell, who is
managing the new ARC of
Martin County Thrift Shop
says volunteers are needed to
work there and schedules can
accommodate the times and
days individuals are available.
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that the program is being
applied at home.
Helping a child who is struggling with using drugs or
alcohol is one of the most
difficult and heartbreaking
challenges a parent can face. For more than ten years,
Tykes & Teens has been
offering troubled teens a scientifically based and proven
program to help them end
destructive behaviors and
turn their lives around. Since
the Youth Enrichment
Services (YES) program
began, it has maintained a
success rate (measured by
youth completing the program with a negative drug
test) of 45%-60% annually,
which is a high success rate
among this population.
The YES program gives
local pre-teens and adolescents who are struggling
with alcohol, drugs, or other dangerous behaviors the
chance to make long term
change. Through a combination of individual counseling
and monitored peer support
groups, teens learn the coping skills necessary to manage peer pressure, anxiety,
depression and other challenges without resorting to
unhealthy behavior.
Dr. Jennifer Howell, Program Director for the YES
program shared that while
substance abuse remains the
most common reason boys are
referred to the program, she
is seeing a distinct increase
in girls who are engaging in
self injurious behavior such
as cutting, as well as other
dangerous activities that often
result from low self esteem.
The YES program was formerly called the Adolescent
Substance Abuse Program,
but was changed to reflect
this increase in youth presenting with non-substance
abuse related problems that
were significantly affecting
their ability to function successfully. The name change
also reflects a more positive
approach with an emphasis on
skills building.
Teens that enter the program
because of drug use are drug
tested throughout the duration of the 12 week program.
Participants attend the gender
specific group meetings weekly, while their parents attend
a required bi-weekly parent
component in order to ensure
After successful completion
of the program, participants
are offered an aftercare plan
at no cost which seeks to
provide a healthy replacement behavior for the drugs,
alcohol or other negative
activities. Aftercare options
include a fitness program and
a mindfulness/meditation
class.
A third aftercare option
was recently added due to
participant request. Several
program graduates wanted
the opportunity to remain in
the peer support group after
successful completion of
the program. A Peer Mentor
program was created to allow for a mutually beneficial
experience for graduates and
new participants. The fact
the graduates wish to remain
connected to the program is
perhaps the best indicator of
its success.
Tykes & Teens accepts Medicaid and most insurance
and provides services on
a sliding scale for Martin
County residents who are
uninsured or underinsured.
For more information, please
contact Jennifer Howell at
772-220-3439.
http://www.tykesandteens.org
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Mary’s Shelter Welcomes 100th Resident!!!!!!
Shelter News!
We are pleased to announce our 100th resident, Chelsea (shown in the photo, standing to the
left). Soon after Chelsea became a resident the first week of January 2015 we welcomed
Christina, our 101st resident (shown above, to the right). Both have already begun working
toward their parenting, educational and employment goals! Since opening in 2010 Mary’s Shelter
has assisted hundreds of women through the various services we offer to women in need in our
community who do not need shelter, but we’re excited to be welcoming our 100th and 101st
residents. We look forward to working in collaboration with Martin County Interagency Coalition
agencies and St. Lucie County agencies to create a pathway to success for our new residents.
For more information please check out our website: www.maryssheltertc.org
Mary’s Shelter of the Treasure Coast
1033 SE 14th Street in Stuart
Phone 772-223-5000
http://www.maryssheltertc.org
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http://www.habitatmartin.org
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Dear 211 Friend,
Hope is defined as a feeling of expectation and a wish for certain things to come true. We believe everyone who contacts 211 is looking for hope in the form of answers. This is why we
wish to convey to you how grateful we are for your continued support in providing hope to our
community at times when they need it most.
Just this month a young woman, who was 8 months pregnant, called 211 seeking financial assistance for both herself and her fiancé who is a returning veteran. She was experiencing a loss
of income due to a large reduction in her work hours related to the pregnancy. Their lights were
going to be shut off in 2 days, leaving her completely overwhelmed and desperate for hope. Our
staff was able to advocate on this caller’s behalf and successfully obtained an extension. 211
staff also provided information on several agencies that may be able to provide additional assistance down the road. This wonderful family was truly grateful and is a perfect example of the
wishes that come true daily here at 211, thanks to your generous support.
I am writing today to ask for your assistance, so that we can continue to be there for everyone
who dials 211, 24 hours a day and 365 days a year.
In 2014, 211 has answered 104,704 calls and made 122,967 referrals for 4,998 services!
Please don’t wait...visit http://www.211palmbeach.org/donate to donate and make your
tax-deductible donation today and give the gift of hope to those who need it most.
Wishing you and yours a very Happy New Year,
Susan K. Buza
Executive Director
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mailto:[email protected]
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MISSION STATEMENT
To promote health and human services by providing a common
meeting ground for Martin County Interagency Coalition members
to network and share resources.
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Dues info
Join the Martin
County InterAgency
Coalition by filling
out the Membership
Invoice and
Member
Profile forms on
the last 2 pages of this newsletter
and bring your check to the next meeting!
If you prefer to pay by credit card - log on
to our website and go to the bottom of the
page (and fill out registration forms too).
http://www.mcinteragency.org
This newsletter has Active Links - just click on an email
or web link in green - and off you go! Please email items
of interest throughout the month for the next newsletter to
Chris mailto:[email protected] • (772) 283-5646
Martin County
Interagency Coalition
P. O. Box 3012
Stuart, FL 34995-3012
2014 - 2015 Officers:
President: Diane Tomasik
House of Hope
1st Vice President: Renay Rouse Martin County Health Dept.
2nd Vice President: Jodi Hessing Career Source
Secretary:
Treasurer: Genevieve George
Hill, Barth & King
Social Media: Debi Pelletier Volunteers in Medicine
Newsletter & Web: Chris Kilbride
University of Florida Extension
At-large Members:
Valerie Graham
Quit Doc Research & Educ.
Carolyn Smith
Library Branch Manager
Cheryl French
Family Empowerment and
Resources, Inc
Ex-Officio Board Members:
David Heaton
Children’s Services Council
Jim Vojcsik
United Way of Martin County
Kim Waster Quit Doc Research & Educ.
Indiantown IAC: Bob Zaccheo
Project L.I.F.T Inc.
Stuart IAC 2014-15
Jan. 14 • Feb. 11 • March 11
• April 8 • May 13 • June 10
Indiantown IAC 2014-15
Second Thursday 8:30 a.m.
Seminole Inn. Bob Zaccheo,
[email protected]
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Martin County Interagency Coalition
Children’s Services Council • 101 SE Central Parkway, Stuart
(Green building between Bridges Montessori and Unity Church)
Come early for networking time prior to the general meeting.
The formal part of the meeting will begin at 8:30 a.m. • 2nd Thursday each month
Send upcoming event newsletter articles by 1st Friday to mailto:[email protected]
http://www.mcinteragency.org
MEMBERSHIP INVOICE
for Dues July 1, 2014 to June 30, 2015
Please return this completed form with your payment
so we may update our agency information.
Agency Name: ____________________________________________________________________________
Agency Mailing Address: ___________________________________________________________________
Telephone: (_________) _______________________
FAX #: (_________) _______________________
Agency Website: __________________________________________________________________________
Representative: ____________________________________ Position Title: _________________________
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Referred by: ___________________________________
Members from your agency who may be attending:
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Amount of dues: $25 Date Paid:
Total amount of check: $
Please make checks payable to: Martin County Interagency Coalition
PO Box 3012
Stuart, FL 34995-3012
MISSION STATEMENT
The purpose of the Martin County Interagency Coalition is to provide
a common meeting ground to improve the service delivery
system of health and human services in Martin County.
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Martin County InterAgency Coalition
Martin
County
Interagency
Coalition
Member
Profile
2014 - 2015
Member Profile 2011-2012
Agency Name
Address
Telephone
Fax
E-mail
Web site
Agency Contact (for
Legislative issues)
Non-Profit Agency?
(501c3)
CIRCLE ONE:
YES
NO
Mission Statement
Constituents served
Description of agency/services (use back if necessary)
No. of
employees
Annual budget
Economic Impact
Local funding
(You either receive or
distribute)
Outside funding
(Or Match Money)
In-Kind
Receive/Donate
(circle one)
This information will be used as a compilation of data to show the
economic impact that nonprofits have in Martin County. Your individual
information will not be posted in any public form.
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