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North Brevard Coalition of Human Services

North Brevard
Human Services Coalition

Contact information:
416 Pine Street, Titusville, FL 32796

Meeting 3rd Wednesdays, 10:00am - noon
Harry T. Moore Social Services Center
725 Deleon Avenue, Titusville, FL 32780

Monthly Meetings:
Officers — 1st Friday – February 2, 2018 – 8:30am, Sunrise Bakery, second floor
General — 3rd Wednesday – February 21, 2018; 10:00am, Harry T. Moore Social Service Center, 725 S. Deleon Ave., Titusville.

Outcomes of Food Study: #1 & #2
Emergency/Disaster Relief, Fresh Fruit/Vegetables, Food Service Locations, Government Programs, Holiday Specials, Nutrition Education/Gardening

Matching Community Organizations With People in Need

Mission Statement

The North Brevard Coalition of Human Services will serve to educate the community and individual agencies about existing services; to work cooperatively to develop services that fill unmet needs; and as a united group, act as a consultant to individual agencies in the preparation, review and submission of grant proposals or the development of new projects or programs.


NBCHS's mission is education, coordination, and facilitation of community transformation through partnerships of community organizations. Together, the member organizations have found ways to assist many families and individuals who would otherwise have trouble meeting basic human needs including food, clothing, and shelter.


The North Brevard Coalition of Human Services, "NBCHS" or "the Coalition", founded in 1994, is an unincorporated association of over one hundred community and faith-based organizations that has continually served as a grass-roots movement to successfully impact and improve the quality of life for families and individuals in need.

Our Task Forces
Foster Care
Emergency Shelter

Job Creation/

Harry T. Moore
Social Service Center

May, 2015 Coalition Member Agencies Directory
Click to open
the 80 page Directory in PDF format.
Use the FIND function of your browser to locate the service or organization that you seek.

To link your website from this list, send your URL to .

DIRECTORY APPLICATION / Membership: Click here to call up the MS Word Membership / Directory Application form.
You can complete the answers using your computer word processor. Save it to your computer as "Your Name - NBCHS Directory Application." Then eMail it as an attachment to

North Brevard Coalition Members

  • 211 Brevard/N Brevard Medical Support
  • Agency for Health Care Administration - A.H.C.A.
  • AHF/Positive Healthcare Pharmacie
  • Air Mobile Ministries
  • Apostolic Ministries
  • Atlantic Inclusive Academy
  • Bethlehem Baptist Church
  • B.E.T.A. (Birth Education Training, Acceptance) of Titusville, Inc
  • Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Brevard, Inc
  • Boys and Girls Club of Central Florida, Mims Branch
  • Brevard Alzheimer's Foundation
  • Brevard County Health Department
  • Brevard County Community Action Team
  • Brevard County Sheriff's Office
  • Brevard Public Schools
  • Brevard Workforce
  • Brevard Senior Nutrition Program, Meals on Wheels
  • Bridges
  • Catch of Brevard
  • Catholic Charities
  • Center for Drug Free Living
  • Children's Home Society of Florida
  • Christ Aid Ministry For Family Restoration
  • Christ Community Church
  • Christian Life Center of Titusville
  • Circles of Care
  • Cocoa Seventh Day Adventist Church
  • Comforts of Home Care Associates, Inc
  • Community Care Programs /Community Services Council
  • Community Legal Services of Mid-Florida-Tax Aid
  • Con Jesu
  • Connected by 25 Brevard
  • Consumer Credit Counseling Service
  • Crosswinds Youth Services, Inc
  • Department of Children and Families
  • Department of Children and Families Substance Abuse and Mental Health Program
  • Department of Juvenile Justice
  • Disabled American Veterans
  • Division of Blind Services
  • Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Florida
  • Eastern Florida State College/Titusville
  • Early Learning Coalition of Brevard
  • East Coast Contract Industries
  • Easter Seals of Florida, Inc
  • Even Start Family Literacy
  • Family Counseling Center of Brevard In
  • Family Promise of Brevard
  • First Baptist Church of Port St. John
  • First Haitian Baptist of Melbourne
  • First United Methodist Church of Port St. John
  • First United Methodist Church of Titusville
  • Florida Division of vocational Rehabilitation
  • Food With Care, Inc
  • Frances S. Walker Halfway House
  • Goodwill Self Sufficiency Job Center
  • Great Commission Fellowship
  • Great Outdoors Church
  • Greater Works Christian Center Inc

Click to open page with announcements.

Links to PDF information flyers of our partners and friends & their events.

Cold Night Shelter Instructions: Jan. 2018
Missed Opportunities: Youth Homelessness in America

Open House for the Proposed Space Coast Trail
12/7/17: Get the flyer and details on the Space Coast Biking website.
Human Trafficking Awareness Presentation
Orange County Drug Rehab Workshops
211 Call Diagram - May, 2017
Second Harvest Food Bank & Family SNAP
Help us feed needy children & families.
Kids Cafe After School Meal Program
We provide food, administrative support, operational guidance, and direct assistance to our participating partners.
Free Tax Preparation
United Way offers free tax prep to give you that extra boost, reduce debt, build savings and improve your finances.
Between January 5th and April 30th, 2017 SNAP shoppers at the Brevard County Farmers' Market can complete a ticket for a chance to win additional Fresh Access Bucks incentives!
Family Promise of Brevard Summer Newsletter 2016
Our sole mission at Family Promise of Brevard is to create opportunities for families to increase their INDEPENDENCE and move from merely surviving to thriving!
• Low cost Internet Access.
If they are low-income (at or below $35,000 annual salary), live in public housing, participate in the free or reduced lunch program, participate in SNAP, or participate in Temporary Assistance for Needy Families they can find internet for their home as low as $10 a month.
• ACCESS Florida Community Partner Communique - 2d Qtr CY16 - Circuit 18
ABAWD Policy Implementation - Medicaid for Lawfully Residing non-Citizen Children up to age 19 - Miscellaneous notes and tips - Marketing Materials for Florida KidCare
• Phone 2-1-1 Presentation Information
How to present this nearly universal and indispensable service that simplifies the process of getting access to emergency police, fire or ambulance services.
• PURPOSFULL CONNECTION ... Adjusting to loss.
VITAS bereavement support group meetings.
• Brevard County ZIKA VIRUS Alerts
Alerts - February 17, 2016
• Mosquito Bite Prevention
Techinques for Florida residents.
• Project E.A.T. 2015 Final Report
• Family Promise of Brevard - Give the gift of hope.
Providing a temporary home for families experiencing homelessness.
• Reaching Out Holiday Toy & Book Program
Reaching Out Is intended to supplement parents holiday gift giving.
• Hannah's Heroes
Working to end youth suicide in our community.
• Still Need Health Insurance?
United Way: You may be able to enroll in the Health Insurance Marketplace
• Florida KidCareFlorida KidCare website.
Quality, affordable insurance to help keep your children healthy.
• A Snapshot of the Florida Medicaid
Managed Medical Assistance Program
• 211 - Community Resources 2014
Lists of many resources with phone numbers
• Devereux Foster Care
Devereux provides continuous training and support for our foster families
• 40 Development Assets
Project Cornerstone Youth Assessment
• CareerSource Brevard
Programs, counseling & listings to help find employment.

ADA: Give Kids a Smile - Feb. 3, 2018

Foster a Future
Brevard Family Partnership: Help us give children in foster care a brighter future. 2 up flyer.
Deveraux House flyers
Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children Provider & Caregiver Training and What is Human Trafficking?
Aging Matters Diabetes program - 6/17
Everyone's Counseling Center flyer
Dental Day in Port St. John 4/8//17
FREE Dental Extractions for Uninsured Adults.
Trafficking vs. Smuggling
Smuggling is transportation-based. Trafficking is exploitation-based.
Family Promise of Brevard - Homeless Kids
Over 2,000 students have already been coded as homeless during this school year.
Florida KidCare Promotional Tool Kit
Health & Wellness Brevard - July 29, 2016
Addressing the health insurance needs of individual consumers and small businesses in brevard.
Healthcare Brevard - June 30, 2016
Addressing the health insurance needs of individual consumers and small businesses in Brevard.
• Florida KidCare Lunch and Learn, September 29, 2016
Florida KidCare Coalition of Brevard would like to invite business representatives to attend a roundtable discussion focusing on Florida KidCare and its benefits for employers.
• Second Harvest Food Bank
May, 2016 list of location and hours of SNAP food banks.
• 8/19/15 — Transportation Update
Healthcare Brevard - June 22, 2016
Addressing the health insurance needs of individual consumers and small businesses in Brevard.
• Circles of Care Community Resource List
An extensive, wide ranging, list of service providers.
• 2016 KidCare Coalition Membership Agreement
There are still about 70,000 adult residents under 65 in Brevard County that are uninsured and another 10,414 children who are not insured.
Healthcare Brevard - April 12, 2016
Addressing the health insurance needs of individual consumers and small businesses in brevard.
• United Way: Children's Week Hanging of the Hands
Tens of thousands of paper cut-outs of children's hands are hung in the Capitol Rotunda.
• Women's Center-Career Services
Multiple services for women over 35.
• Need affordable health insurance?
Get answers!
• Divorced? Separated?
Find Help. Discover hope. Experience healing.
A comprehensive 91-day homeless andsubstance addiction rehabilitation program
• How do I become a Foster Parent?
Brevard Family Partnership
• B.E.T.A. of Titusville
Descriptions of our services.
• Agencies that offer alternatives to Homelessness
Listing of agencies with services descriptions.
• Homelessness and increased trauma
National Child Traumatic Stress Network - ACE Score
• Open Table®
From Poverty to Community
• Family Promise of Brevard
Helping homeless families in transition - Quick Facts



At this time, we have reached our quota for Project EAT Turkey Vouchers.
Please call Mary at 321-223-7671 to be placed on a wait list, in the event additional funding becomes available.
We continue to collect dry goods, which can be brought to the Harry T. Moore Center.