Funded Agency Information

The Indian River County Hospital District is dedicated to improving the health of our community and provides funds to assist in the provision of the following essential services for IRC residents in need:

Visiting Nurse Association

Provides:

  • Home health services, allowing patients to return home from the hospital with assurance that their clinical needs are met.
  • Hospice care in the home and at the Hospice House, delivering palliative, comforting end-of-life care.
  • Mobile, immediate, non-emergent care services.

Indian River County Health Department

Provides:

  • Primary, dental, pediatric and specialty care, preventing more costly, unnecessary emergency department visits.
  • State Health Department focusing on Public Health needs and services.

Mental Health Association

Provides:

  • Outpatient behavioral health screenings, individual and group therapy, and psychiatry and case management services for those struggling with situational and life-altering events.

University of Florida Health Psychiatry and Addiction

Provides:

  • Outpatient medication management, mentoring, psychiatric and evidence-based treatment protocols for those in need of behavioral health or addiction services.

Treasure Coast Community Health

A Federally Qualified Health Center with locations in all areas of the county.

Provides:

  • Medical, Dental and Behavioral health services for adults and children, preventing more costly, unnecessary emergency department visits.

New Horizons

Primarily serves the severely and persistently mentally ill population

Provides:

  • Comprehensive psychiatric evaluations
  • Brief behavioral health status examinations
  • Medication management
  • Treatment planning/reviews
  • Outpatient therapy services assessments

Indian River Medical Center

IRCHD currently provides funds to assist for the provision of acute medical and psychiatric inpatient care, emergency services, and outpatient services and diagnostics, for IRC residents in need.