Ensuring Every Baby is a Healthy Baby

Easter Seals FloridaEaster Seals Disability Services

Treasure Coast Early Steps

Provides guidance, support and developmental education to children with special developmental needs and their families. Services also include testing and therapies.

Healthy Families St. LucieHealthy Families

Healthy Families

  • Phone: 772-467-9505

Provides a voluntary, home visiting program that promotes positive parent-child relationships and healthy growth and development from age 0 to 5.

Helping People SucceedHelping People Succeed

Building Readiness Among Infants Now (BRAIN)

Provides educational home visits to families with 2-month old infants, and follow up developmental monitoring provided by mail from 4 months to 48 months of age.

Infant / Family Resource

  • Phone: 772-320-0780
  • Helping People Succeed Website

    Provides developmental intervention and community resource assistance, parenting support and education for families with developmentally challenged children under age three.

Music & Movement

Community based parent-child interactive classes focused on active learning through music, language development via singing, and increased mobility.

Healthy Start CoalitionHealthy Start

Newborn Home Visitation Program

Provides a registered nurse home visit to St. Lucie County residents who deliver a newborn at Lawnwood Regional Medical Center and Heart Institute or St. Lucie Medical Center. The voluntary visit includes physical assessment of mother and baby, home safety assessment and follow up with OB/GYN practitioners if necessary.

Safe Sleep Environment

Provides a safe crib and education related to crib safety and safe sleeping environments to Healthy Start and Healthy Families Florida participants in St. Lucie County who are in need of a safe sleeping environment for their infant or toddler.

Martin Health SystemsMartin Health System Maternal Child Center

Mother Baby Home Visitation

This program provides a registered nurse home visit to St. Lucie County residents who deliver a newborn at Martin Memorial Medical Center, as well as specialty hospitals in Palm Beach County. The voluntary visit includes physical assessment of mother and baby, home safety assessment and follow up with OB/GYN practitioners if necessary.

Tykes & TeensTykes and Tweens

Infant Mental Health

Provides evidence-based interventions to help children 0 to 5 who have experienced trauma achieve emotional healing that promotes healthy attachments and brain development.

Treasure Coast Food BankTreasure Coast Food Bank

Healthy Kids Outreach Program

Provides mobile, one-on-one assistance with enrollment for KidCare Insurance and additional benefits such as SNAP, Medicaid, TANF and Healthcare Marketplace Insurance through the Affordable Care Act.