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Flagler Cares is Expanding with the Flagler County Village, Aiming to Increase Public Access to Services by Removing Barriers

Flagler Cares is proud to announce the opening of the Flagler County Village, a centrally located hub where organizations with a shared commitment to assisting vulnerable residents can co-locate program staff to create a “no wrong door” access point for health, behavioral health, financial, and housing supports. The Village is active now (walk-in hours M-F 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM) with staff from each of the 4 current partners: Flagler Cares, Early Learning Coalition of Flagler and Volusia, Healthy Start Coalition of Flagler and Volusia Counties, and The House Next Door.

Flagler Cares will host an open house event to celebrate the launch of the Flagler County Village, held from 3 to 5 PM on January 24th at City Marketplace, 160 Cypress Point Parkway, Suite B302, Palm Coast, FL 32164. All are welcome and encouraged to attend the open house event. Refreshments will be provided.

For more information on the Flagler County Village or to learn how your organization could join the initiative, visit www.flaglercountyvillage.org.


New Flagler Cares Health Coverage Program: Health Marketplace Navigator

Beginning November 1, 2021, Flagler Cares will offer a team of certified Navigators who will assist eligible consumers to enroll in health coverage plans. This program aims to provide consumers with educational information about the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and health insurance to make an informed choice based on unique and individual needs. Read More

Click here or call 386-319-9483 for more information on how to schedule an appointment with one of our certified Navigators. Open Enrollment is November 1st – January 15th, 2022.


CrossTx and Flagler Cares Launch ‘LINC Flagler Volusia’ a Transformational Care Coordination Network Across Flagler and Volusia Counties

LINC Flagler Volusia bridges the care gap countywide, helping at-risk community members secure real-time services, including mental and behavioral health, housing, rent assistance, food security during the Covid-19 pandemic, and beyond. Read More


Flagler Cares is Expanding!

Beginning September 1, 2021, Flagler Cares will be accepting clients for a new Behavioral Health Navigation program. This program aims to create a new point of access for non-crisis mental health and substance use disorder services and subsequently reduce the need for crisis services. Individuals will be connected with appropriate service providers for mental health and/or substance use disorder concerns through this program. For more information or to apply to the program, click here.


Flagler Cares Employment Opportunities Here


2021 Virtual Health & Human Services Summit
The Virtual Health & Human Services Summit was held on May 12, 2021. There were over 500 registered participants and 320 participants the day of the event. We also had 11 exhibitors, 44 speakers, and 31 training sessions.

Click here for the event summary

Click here for session recordings and presentations


Rent & Utility Assistance, 5.10.21
Florida has launched a statewide Emergency Rental Assistance program. Visit https://www.ourflorida.com/ to learn more about eligibility, required documentation, and how to apply.


Flagler Cares is proud to announce the opening of the Flagler County Village, a centrally located hub where organizations with a shared commitment to assisting vulnerable residents can co-locate program staff to create a “no wrong door” access point for health, behavioral health, financial, and housing supports. The Village is active now (walk-in hours M-F 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM) with staff from each of the 4 current partners: Flagler Cares, Early Learning Coalition of Flagler and Volusia, Healthy Start Coalition of Flagler and Volusia Counties, and The House Next Door.