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:

Camp Haven

Camp Haven works to rebuild the lives of homeless men in Indian River County by providing temporary residency along with employment, psychological and personal counseling.

Childcare Resources of Indian River County

Their mission is to elevate and promote the highest quality early childhood development and education in Indian River County, focusing on economically challenged children and families.

Cleveland Clinic Indian River Hospital

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.

Crossover Mission

Crossover Mission helps the kids who need us most to become successful adults through a program of year-round basketball training and one-to-one academic mentoring.

Our kids often live in difficult family situations and are surrounded by violence and drug abuse. Because of this, they are at risk of school drop-out, gang involvement and incarceration. Crossover redirects their lives by providing structure, accountability, positive role models and exposure to broader life experiences.

Dynamic Life Recovery

Dynamic Life  provides a faith based program for men who are seeking a fresh start in life.

They provide a structured living environment where you can discover your ​God-given purpose in life and ​the​ skills necessary for an amazing journey of recovery.


GlobeChek is an eye care platform consisting of hardware, software, and an interconnected network of eye and health care providers. Their comprehensive testing has quickly rendered current tele-ophthalmology models (using only retina photos) antiquated. Their patented operating system and reading center software seamlessly deliver from the completion of the exam to the patient telemedicine visit with medical referral for follow up care when needed.

Hope for Families Center

Hope for Families Center supports the transition of families from homelessness to sustainable permanent housing by providing safe shelter, food, and supportive services.

District funded program: Use of a Patient Navigator who assists the clients in obtaining Medicaid, health insurance, financial assistance, and/or other social services they are eligible for. The Patient Navigator will maintain ongoing tracking on referrals and registrations.  Patients would be referred to appropriate services for follow-up care.


Indian River Healthy Start Coalition

Provides health education and support for mothers, babies and families in Indian River County.

District funded programs: These include the existing services of Newborn Home Visitation, Nurse Family Partnership and Presumptive Eligibility for Pregnant Women.


Mental Health Association

The Center provides crisis intervention and individual therapy services to children, adults, and families as well as psychiatric evaluations and medication management services to adults.

District funded Services:

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

MHC & McCabe Connections Center

The Mental Health Collaborative provides a seamless delivery of mental health care services in Indian River County. The McCabe Connections Center is a screening and navigation agency who assists community members in search of mental and health services

Mental Health Court of IRC

The mission is to provide a court-supervised treatment-based program for individuals who have pending misdemeanor or felony charges and who have been diagnosed with a severe mental illness or intellectual disability as their primary diagnosis.

New Horizons

Primarily serves the severely and persistently mentally ill population in Indian River County

District Funded Services:

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

Samaritan Center

The Samaritan Center provides transitional housing and guidance to homeless families in Indian River County and prepares them to live independently. The average length of stay is 6-9 months. During their stay, the Samaritan Center partners with resident families to provide a nurturing environment, safe housing, case management, support/educational services, and connection to community resources.

Senior Collaborative

Senior Collaborative is a non-profit organization that navigates seniors, at no charge, to providers & services in Indian River County, FL. Their mission is to improve the quality of life of all Indian River County Seniors through a community collaboration of service providers, funders and advocates.

Senior Resource Association

Senior Resource Association promotes independence and dignity in our community by providing services to older adults and transportation for all. Provides programs and services that support and advocate this mission, including nourishment, supervised socialization, transportation, in-home services, and information referral services for adults 18+ and their caregivers.

Substance Awareness Center

Mission is to lead the county towards a healthier lifestyle by reducing the incidences of substance abuse through prevention, treatment and recovery support.

District funded Programs: Supports the work of the peers in both the Recovery Assistance program and in their role of outreach and engagement. The program is a recovery-based program that uses peers to help educate, engage and retain persons with substance use disorders into treatment and recovery.

Sunshine Physical Therapy

Sunshine Physical Therapy is the only nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization in the State of Florida that provides physical, occupational, and speech therapy to children and adults. They believe in the right of human potential that should never be denied simply because of an arbitrary decision by a far removed insurance specialist that conflicts with a patient’s doctor’s recommendation or because of the financial status of a patient.

The Learning Alliance

The Learning Alliance is committed to improving education for all children. Their vision is for all children to become literate, compassionate, creative citizens who will improve our world. They dream of a future where children are taught to think critically and creatively, possessing the skills to be successful in the 21st Century. They strive to create an environment where community leaders, businesses and individuals work together for the greater good, so that our community can prosper.

Treasure Coast Community Health

TCCH is a Federally Qualified Health Center with locations in all areas of the county. Their mission is to provide accessible, cost effective, high quality, comprehensive health care to all persons, regardless
of their socio-economic circumstances.

District funded Services:

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

Treasure Coast Homeless Services Council

The mission of the Treasure Coast Homeless Services Council is to prevent and end homelessness on the Treasure Coast and to assure that if homelessness happens, it is brief and non-recurring.

Tykes & Teens

In partnership with the Indian River County School District, Tykes & Teens is committed to address the unique social, emotional, and behavioral needs of students identified as having an emotional or behavioral disturbance (EBD), an at-risk exceptional student education (ESE) population in Indian River County.

District Funded Programs: Services include individual psychotherapy, group psychotherapy, parent/guardian and family interventions, and interventions targeting social and emotional learning skills.   Therapists will participate as a multi-disciplinary team member and advocate for their student clients during IEP, 504, or other student planning meetings.

We Care Foundation of IR

The “We Care” program was established in 1991 as a cooperative venture between the Indian River County Medical Society and the Indian River County Health Department, providing free medical treatment to residents of Indian River County who are otherwise financially unable to afford specialty health care.  The program is designed to offer non-emergency care to low-income families, prevent medical conditions from becoming acute and, if possible, avoid emergency care and hospitalization.  Important partners include the IRC Hospital District, IRC Board of County Commissioners and Treasure Coast Community Health.

Visiting Nurse Association

The VNA provides compassionate, innovative care of the highest quality, setting the standard for patients and caregivers needing private care, home health, hospice, and community health services. Together, we provide the highest quality patient care.

District funded Programs:

  • 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.

Whole Family Health Center

Whole Family Health Center offers a full range of primary care and internal medicine services to adults and children of all ages including wellness visits, well-child services, immunizations, diabetes care, hypertension, behavioral health, diagnostic laboratory, screenings, volunteer family planning, gynecological care, preventative dental, health education, outreach, transportation and translation.