A Collaborative Approach

Collaboration is a key component of our mission. At United Against Poverty of St. Lucie County, we advocate a “more is more” approach. We believe that the more agencies we can partner with and the more services and resources we can make available on-site, the more we can help those who are hidden, hungry and hurting in this community.

Through these partnerships, we can maximize our impact and better reach and serve those in need in this community. If you are interested in becoming a Provider Partner, please contact Executive Director Stefanie Myers at: Stefanie@unitedagainstpoverty.org

Florida Department of Children and Families

Florida Department of Children and Families

Specializes in Public Assistance

For more than a decade, the Florida Department of Children and Families Office of Economic Self-Sufficiency has partnered with UP St Lucie County by offering the ACCESS Florida program on-site. Those who do not have reliable internet or need additional assistance can visit our campus and complete the online application to apply for or maintain benefits. Being part of DCF’s Community Partner Network helps strengthen the lives of families in the community by making services and resources readily available.

New Horizons of The Treasure Coast – PATH

PATH stands for Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness. PATH program funds service people with serious mental illness experiencing homelessness.

Some Services PATH Programs provide, but are not completely inclusive for all of the programs (Some PATH providers offer all of these services, while others focus on providing one or two of them.): Come to the UP Center on Tuesdays to meet with a representative or call 777-468-5600.

  • Outreach Services
  • Screening and Diagnostic Treatment
  • Habilitation and Rehabilitation
  • Community Mental Health
  • Substance Abuse Treatment
  • Referrals for primary health care, job training, housing, educational assistance
  • Housing services

Retired Senior Volunteer Program

Are you over 55 and looking for something to do? Come by the UP Center on Mondays to register with RSVP or call 772-249-3206 for more information.
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Healthy Start

Healthy Start provides Care Coordination, Case Management, Home Visits, Nutritional Counseling, Pediatric/Postpartum Home Visits, Childbirth Classes, Smoking Cessation, Parenting Classes, Breastfeeding Classes, Infant Safety CPR and car seat safety programs. Many of the classes are offered on-site at the UP Center. Check out the schedule online or call 772-460-2571.