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What Do You Need?
A Doctor? An After-school Program? Health Insurance?

Regardless of you and your family needs, Whole Child Connection program staff can point you in the right direction. All children are different, and finding local services for them can take lots of time and effort. Whole Child Connection (WCC) makes it easier for you by putting it all in one place, all in complete privacy, easy and convenient, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!

  1. Answer some simple questions about your family.
  2. Based on your answers, the WCC system then matches you with every service or resource you might need—hundreds in our community—in your family plan.
  3. Click here to get connected.

Advisors are also available by phone, or you can meet in person at various locations throughout Martin County. Please contact us at 772-489-3034.

Please note: Treasure Coast Food Bank respects the need for confidentiality regarding the personal information you submit on your Whole Child Connection Profile. All the information in this Profile is confidential and will only be shared with your permission with those designated. Unauthorized users will not have access to your data.

Whole Child Connection is designed to provide a simple, straight-forward way to connect you and your family with the help that you need. Our goal is to give you access to a wide range of community services that will help you and your family lead a healthier, more fulfilling life.


“When my son was diagnosed with Autism, I didn’t know where to turn. After completing the Whole Child Connection Profile, I discovered the Center for Autism and Related Disabilities at FAU. I am so grateful for the support I’ve found thanks to Whole Child Connection!”

– Whole Child Connection Client

Available services: 

Adult Health Family Literacy
Animal Control Family Planning
Child Abuse Prevention Family Practice/Internists
Child Care/Youth Organizations Financial Counseling
Child Health Hearing Screening
Code Enforcement Housing
Community Activities – Cultural and the Arts Immunizations
Community Activities – Faith Based, Religious Infant/Child Mental Health Screening
Community Activities – Mentoring Law Enforcement and Legal Assistance
Community Activities – Parks and Recreation Mental Health Services
Community Activities – Volunteering Neighborhood Crime Watch
Community Support Groups Nutritional Guidance
Counseling Parenting Education
Dentists Pediatricians
Developmental Disabilities/Screenings Prenatal Care
Domestic Violence Prevention Safety
Drug, Alcohol, or Substance Abuse School Readiness
Emergency Services – Clothing, Food, Shelter, Other Speech Language Evaluation and Other Therapies
Employment Assistance Transportation
Women’s Health Needs Vision Screening

Find the help you need | Encuentre la ayuda que usted necesita

Find the help you need easily online. Create your family’s Whole Child Profile by clicking here. The system will create a custom plan for you and your family by identifying and matching your needs to service providers in your community.

To contact a Whole Child Advisor by phone, please call 772-489-3034.

Returning users, click here –


Monday thru Friday 8:00am – 5:00pm Remote Services Available


Monday thru Friday 8:30am – 5:00pm Whole Child Connection
3816 SE Dixie Highway
Stuart, FL 34997
Tuesday (Every other week) 8:00am – 12:00pm Salvation Army
821 SE M.L.K. Jr Blvd,
Stuart, FL 34994
Luci Delgado
Tuesday (1st and 3rd of each month) 2:00pm – 5:00pm Hobe Sound Public Library
10595 SE Federal Hwy
Hobe Sound, FL 33455
Ruby Aguirre
Wednesday 9:00am – 5:00pm Elizabeth Lahti Library
15200 E. Thelma Waters Avenue
Indiantown, FL 34956
Ile Amador
Wednesday (1st of each month) 9:00am – 12:00pm Hobe Sound MHP
11090 SE Federal Hwy
Hobe Sound, FL 33455
Ruby Aguirre
Wednesday (3rd of each month) 2:00pm – 5:00pm Hobe Village MHP
11411 SE Federal Hwy
Hobe Sound, FL 33455
Ruby Aguirre
Thursday 9:00am – 4:30pm Florida Department of Health – MC

Indiantown Location
16401 Southwest Farm Road
Indiantown, FL 34956

Ile Amador
Thursday (1st of each month) 4:00pm – 6:00pm Redeemer Lutheran
2450 SE Ocean Blvd
Stuart, FL 34996
Luci Delgado
Friday (1st & 2nd of each month) 9:00am – 2:00pm Elizabeth Lahti Library
15200 E. Thelma Waters Avenue
Indiantown, FL 34956
Ile Amador

Become a Provider

Partner Providers in the Whole Child Connection system are among a select group of private organizations that represent the highest quality of service, ethics, and dedication to their community. As a Partner Provider, you support the Whole Child Connection system by adhering to a basic agreement that outlines the guiding principles of this system.

Whole Child Connection Partner Providers are recognized as leaders and role models in their sectors and receive valuable, on-going feedback from the community. Again, thank you for supporting a system that works for the community…your community!

To begin the enrollment process, please complete the form here. Upon approval, your organization will appear in the appropriate Whole Child Connection system.

About the Program


After more than a decade operating as an independent non-profit organization in Martin County, Whole Child Connection was officially incorporated into the Treasure Coast Food Bank on July 1, 2015.

In April 2015, the Children’s Services Council of Martin County selected Treasure Coast Food Bank to assume Whole Child Connection after a competitive review process. The Whole Child Connection name remains in place, but the program is now integrated into the Treasure Coast Food Bank operations plan and budget.  Click here to read the announcement of Treasure Coast Food Bank’s incorporation of Whole Child Connection.

Whole Child Connection was created to improve the lives of all families by providing the connection to a complete network of community resources.

Whole Child Connection is designed to provide a simple, straight-forward way to connect local families with the help that they need. It is available to all Martin County children and their families, ensuring anonymity while giving them access to a wide range of community services. The goal is to help families lead a healthier, more fulfilling life.

The inspiration for Whole Child Connection came from the Lawton Chiles Foundation, which was created by Florida First Lady Rhea Chiles in order to continue the Governor’s commitment to children by assisting communities to become Whole Child Communities. Indeed, Governor Chiles understood that successful nurturing and development of all children required a dramatically new approach, one that:

  • Starts early – before conception
  • Provides continuous support to parents
  • Is grounded in the family
  • Is holistic, considering the health, economic, social, education, spiritual and environment in which the child lives
  • Creates a “no wrong door” culture whereby service providers are committed to building collaborative service delivery networks instead of competitive, single-strategy agencies and institutions
  • Builds a partnership across all sectors of our society whose activities impinge on the lives of children

To learn more about the WCC program, please contact Krista Garofalo, Chief Strategy & Advocacy Officer, at 772-489-3034 or