Endorsements

 
 

Here’s what the community is saying about Samaritan Center’s unique and successful program:

 

“The Samaritan Center program is both successful and unique, in that they work not only with troubled boys, but with their families.  As a result, the cycle of dysfunction is broken and positive, life-changing results are realized for the betterment of the boy, his family, the community, and generations to follow. The program is an asset to our community.”

Sheriff William D. Snyder, Martin County Sheriff’s Department

 

“The Samaritan Center and Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County have enjoyed a long term partnership. Working together we have been able to meet the needs of our community's children by sharing resources, programs, and facilities. We look forward to continuing and strengthening what has been created to ensure long term community impact.”

Joanne Towner, Chief Executive Officer, Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County

 

“Helping People Succeed has had a relationship with Samaritan Center for many years – one in which we have seen our troubled boys go in with behavior and emotional problems  and come out as confident, competent youths with a future! Thanks to the holistic approach that SC staff utilizes  - spiritual, behavioral, social, physical, academic – these boys have gained skills and family connections that they would likely never have experienced. At Samaritan Center, every boy matters!”

Virginia O. Jones, LCSW, Clinical Director, Children's Community Mental Health, Helping People Succeed, Inc.

 

"This is a very well run ministry.....a model for others to aspire!"

Rex Sparklin, Executive Director, Florida Association of Christian Child Care Agencies

 

"The First Tee of the Treasure Coast has enjoyed a great relationship with The Samaritan Center. Not knowing what to expect in our first year of partnership in programming, our experience has been nothing short of fantastic and everyone at The First Tee is looking forward to continuing this relationship. The progress with the young men is remarkable and these young men have a great future thanks to The Samaritan Center." 

Chuck Knebels, PGA, Director of Operations, The First Tee of the Treasure Coast

 

Spotlights

Food Drive - April 30

As part of the Samaritan Center’s “Attitude of Gratitude” program, we are collecting non-perishable food items on April 30 for our community partner, House of Hope, for distribution to needy families throughout our community.  Click here to learn how you can help by contributing and spreading the word!

The Samaritan Center will once again participate in the annual "Great Give," which will be held from midnight to midnight on May 17th.  This 24-hour online giving event (led by United Way of Palm Beach County, Achieve, Nonprofits First and United Way of Martin County) is designed to raise as much money as possible for local non-profits in a single day. When you contribute to the Samaritan Center on May 17th through the Great Give web site, your donation will be multiplied by additional dollars from a bonus pool raised by United Way of Palm Beach County.  Visit our donation page here, or click here to learn more.  

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