Caring & Sharing Center for Independent Living, Inc., DBA Disability Achievement Center
The Consumer Equipment & Modification Assistance (CEMA) Program will help people experiencing a disability to more safely access and navigate their homes and communities.Read More
Community Action Stops Abuse, Inc. (CASA)
CASA’s mission is to raise voices against violence through advocacy, empowerment and social change.Read More
Family Resources, Inc.
The LGBTQ Homeless Youth Project is conducting a survey to better understand and address the needs of homeless and housing insecure LGBTQ youth.Read More
Florida Consumer Action Network Foundation Inc.
The Florida Consumer Action Network (FCAN) is working to improve St. Petersburg community health by engaging government and neighborhood groups to address the need for healthy, affordable transportation options.Read More
Florida Department of Health in Pinellas County
The Florida Department of Health in Pinellas (DOH-Pinellas) will lead a county-wide health assessment to understand the current challenges to health care access and well-being and work community partners to create a plan to address gaps identified via policy change and collaborative projects.Read More
Gulf Coast Jewish Family and Community Services, Inc.
Gulf Coast Jewish Family and Community Services in partnership with the Pinellas Juvenile Detention Alternatives Initiative will provide training to School Resource Officers (SROs) serving high-risk middle and high schools in southern Pinellas County.Read More
Healthy Start Coalition of Pinellas, Inc.
Project ClearStart will improve the health and well-being of infants and babies born to moms struggling with addiction and recovery.Read More
Mount Zion Human Services, Inc.
CHAMP (Care toward Health Access with Management that is Personal) helps low- to moderate-income African American community members in south St. Petersburg to better navigate and access the health care and human services system.Read More
Operation PAR, Inc.
Technology-Assisted Care is a collaboration between Operation PAR and Suncoast Center to bring technology-assisted mental health services to underserved populations in South Pinellas County, including racial and ethnic minorities currently experiencing behavioral health disparities.Read More
Pinellas County School District
Through the Healthy Schools for Healthy Children project, Pinellas County School District will work to reduce rates of childhood obesity using a proven curriculum for nutrition education and physical activity.Read More
Pinellas County Urban League
In collaboration with the Pinellas County Urban League, the Clergy Mental Health Roundtable is convening faith leaders and mental health professionals in South St. Petersburg to address disparities in access to high-quality, culturally responsive mental health service.Read More
Pinellas Ex-Offender Re-Entry Coalition, Inc.
Pinellas Ex-Offender Re-Entry Coalition (PERC) provides services to those being released from incarceration. The TAME Program will address employment challenges, which can be the largest barrier to successful re-entering the community.Read More
St. Petersburg Area Chamber of Commerce
The Greenhouse Community Business Development Initiative (GCBDI) is a collaborative effort of the St. Petersburg Area Chamber of Commerce and the City of St. Petersburg to train local entrepreneurs, nonprofits, and small businesses in South St. Petersburg.Read More
St. Petersburg Free Clinic
The Good Food for Good People (GFGP) program will help the Free Clinic expand the capacity of their food bank to combat food insecurity and hunger in Pinellas County.Read More
Tampa Bay Black Business Investment Corporation
The Tampa Bay Black Business Investment Corporation (BBIC) will strengthen their operational capacity (including investments in staff training, technology and evaluation services to reach growth goals over the project year), and provide capital and intensive training and coaching to low-income entrepreneurs from South St. Petersburg.Read More
Tampa Bay Healthcare Collaborative, Inc.
Tampa Bay Healthcare Collaborative Cultural and Linguistic Competency Initiative will raise awareness and increase access and utilization of care by providing training and skill-building opportunities for health providers and health and human services organizations.Read More
The Children’s Home, Inc.
The Children’s Home, through its South Pinellas Support Team (SPST), will increase access to mental health services for children and families living in high-risk areas in St. Petersburg.Read More
United Methodist Cooperative Ministries Suncoast, Inc. (UMCM)
UMCM Suncoast will develop a Fresh Initiatives Supply Hub (FISH) in the Lealman neighborhood to increase the availability of healthy food for residents and food pantries.Read More
University of South Florida Research Foundation, Inc.
The USFSP Family Study Center will partner with families and fellow residents of the Lake Maggiore Shores (LMS) neighborhood on a place-based, cross-sector initiative to ensure the mental health and vitality of all infants and young children up to age 5 living in South St. Petersburg.Read More