Tujje Ministries is a dedicated team of volunteers seeking to enrich lives in underdeveloped countries by establishing locally-sustainable programs that meet physical, educational and spiritual needs. They provide much needed medical attention, educational assistance programs, and orphan support programs.
Dunklin Memorial Church, Inc. believes the Christian approach to alcohol and drug addiction produces the most effective and enduring results. They teach that the Bible is the inspired Word of God directing us to the Lordship of Jesus Christ. Through the experience of the “New Birth in Christ,” an addicted person achieves not only sobriety, but more important, a permanent lasting relationship with the loving God who created him
First Care Women’s Clinic has four locations in Palm Beach County, each providing a variety of free and confidential services tailored to assist women struggling with an unintended pregnancy. First Care Women’s Clinic is prepared to listen to all your questions and concerns about your health and pregnancy, while providing you with accurate information and support during this journey.
Hannah's Home is a maternity home for single pregnant teens and young women ages 18 and over. They provide a safe nurturing environment designed to provide the strength and encouragement needed to face the future in positive ways. Their program helps young women to set goals, learn life skills, continue an education, pursue employment, prepare for childbirth and plan for the future.
Place of Hope is a unique, faith-based, state-licensed children’s organization providing family-style foster care (emergency and long-term); family outreach and intervention; maternity care; safety for victims of domestic minor sex trafficking; transitional housing and support services for youth aging out of foster care; housing and support services for homeless families; foster care recruitment and support; & hope and healing opportunities for children and families who have been traumatized by abuse and neglect throughout our region.
The Refuge Ranch, Inc. opened in January 2007 to offer women in addiction a safe residential environment to address their addiction from a Christ-centered perspective. The founder, Fred Beeson, established The Refuge Ranch on a 120-acre piece of property in rural Martin County with a commitment to provide services to adult women struggling with alcohol and drug addiction.
St George’s Church determined years ago to devote itself to the mission to serve the homeless and impoverished. Now, the homeless are among the ushers, greeters, readers, and altar servers. Under supervision of a food service professional, the homeless help prepare, cook, and serve meals for the community. The homeless are engaged in peer-to-peer ministry. St George’s has evolved beyond merely serving the homeless. St George’s is where the homeless are being the Church.
The Gathering of Palm Beach County exists to engage men to be fully alive by developing men to be maturing reproducing disciples. The Gathering is a ministry of evangelism, discipleship and mission opportunities for men. Alarmed by the lack of spiritual direction men were providing for their families and the alarmingly low number of men attending church, the founders of The Gathering developed an appealing and effective way to reach men for Christ by mobilizing Christian men to invite their friends to a non-threatening outreach event in a secular setting.
Urban Youth Impact is on a mission to love, equip and empower inner-city youth to fulfill their God-given purpose. They are dedicated to providing educational enrichment, resources, safe environments, personal mentorship, and job-readiness programs to facilitate the growth and development of Palm Beach County’s underserved youth.
Women at Rest is a grace ministry, founded in 1990, that supports women in an atmosphere of love, compassion and confidentiality, whether married, single, divorced or widowed. It is a ministry open to all denominations and provides a safe environment where women can be encouraged in a non-judgmental setting. Women meet in small groups at various churches or homes, in addition to having the opportunity to attend seminars and retreats throughout the year.