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Just dial, 211. 2-1-1 Brevard provides information and assistance in times of emotional, financial and community crisis.
2-1-1 is a simple, easy-to-remember number to call when you want to find or give help in Brevard County. Trained 2-1-1 specialists are available around the clock to help people who:
Members of the Society of St.Vincent de Paul (or "Vincentians" ) are men and women who strive to grow spiritually by offering person-to-person service to individuals in need. We are young and old. Our members come in every shade of skin color. Some of us are wealthy, some are financially poor, but all of us are blessed with an awareness that our blessings (time, talent or treasure) are to be shared with our brothers and sisters in need.
OPEN 9:30 am - 1:00 pm Monday - Wednesday - Friday Telephone 321-799-3677
The Sunflower House
is a Senior and Caregiver Resource Center; it is located inside the Merritt Square Mall. The Caregiver Support Program, which is housed at the Sunflower House, offers in-home or in-facility respite services, consumable supplies, education, support, training, outreach, and referrals for family caregivers responsible for caring for a loved one age 60 and over. Click here for more information.
Senior Needs / Aging Matters
Senior parishioners, 60 and older, seeking information and assistance with transportation options available in Brevard County, to medical appointments, to shop for groceries, to visit loved ones in hospitals or rehabilitation centers, etc., contact Chris Logan at (321) 978-5039
Visiting elderly people who feel alone is important work. After all; “above all we need love.” We are seeking volunteers to visit elderly people in their homes. We have many people who would like to be visited but not enough volunteers. We ask all of our visitation volunteers to commit to a weekly half hour visit with their elderly friend. Fingerprinting is required. We will assist you in this process. Please call Rosie Lenhart to volunteer or recommend a person in need of a visitor at (321) 452-4434.
at Our Saviours is an outreach to all women and families. We give gift baskets, and offer friendship to celebrate all joys and sorrows in a woman's life. We also have a prayer chain that will pray for needs. We are very proud of our church family. We do not have regular meetings but we do have special gatherings throughout the year. A great way to make friends is volunteering with serving refreshments at parish sacramental receptions and other church ministry events. God has a beautiful plan for womanhood, and desires us to nurture and share compassion, love and gentleness, and most of all a faith in Him. Feel free to assist in events as often as you can. Please email Susanne Llibre and become a member. Suellibre@att.net
Parish Respect Life Advocate
- meets the second Monday of each month in the Spellman Room at 7:00 p.m. Contact Rich & Jacqui Breed at (321) 806-9754.
At Birthright, we understand the challenges related to unplanned pregnancies. We know that it can be an overwhelming and often scary situation. However, we also know that there is hope for the mother and her child. Birthright believes that “It is the right of every pregnant woman to give birth, and the right of every child to be born.” Birthright is here to be the friend that a pregnant woman needs as she navigates an unplanned pregnancy.
Birthright is available to women for as long as they need us. We offer love, friendship, and support to women who are pregnant or think they may be pregnant. Birthright services are always free, non-judgmental and confidential. We can also provide information, referrals, and resources to help the woman help herself. Birthright is unique, and available 24/7 through our toll-free helpline. Birthright is not involved in any religious movements, political activities, or lobbying. Birthright’s focus is on loving the mother, reminding her that there is hope and ensuring she is not alone.
has three programs that work together in a holistic, integrated approach, to provide homeless prevention, emergency shelter, and aftercare services. Because the three programs support one another, each of them is far more effective together than alone. The purpose of growing into these three programs is to transform our county’s homeless service system in a crisis response system prevents homelessness and rapidly returns people who experience homelessness back to stable housing. Contact Roland to volunteer 321-289-6065