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Professional Connections, Exceptional Solutions

MonarchCare is a unique organization of staff, volunteers and affiliated professional organizations working together. As a team, we work with these organizations to help solve the many and often difficult problems that our clients and others are challenged by on a daily basis. Our affiliation with these organizations helps us not only educate the families and clients we serve, but ourselves as well. They provide an opportunity to gain knowledge of industry changes and to advocate for those we serve on a local, state and national basis. These Professional Connections allow MonarchCare to produce Exceptional Solutions for our clients.

Professional Affiliations

Our staff gives back to our community through our membership in several organizations and often sits on their Boards as a key contributor. We believe that it is through these partnerships that we create an opportunity for MonarchCare to be a leader in our community while serving the needs of our clients and others. We encourage you to visit their websites. Learn about the services they provide and read the information they offer to further your understanding of these social services and community resources.


Community Partners

MonarchCare often partners with outside organizations in order to widen our outreach into the public sector and strengthen the services available to community. Sometimes this is done through our Professional Affiliations as committee chairs or board members, other times in a less formal structure, such as community trainings and events.

However, we also have opportunities to partner in a much more long-term and structured manner. The first opportunity we had for one of these community partnerships was in the Building Generations program in Coral Springs, funded by the United Way of Broward. MonarchCare was one of several community partners, offering benefit application and financial literacy services to community residents. During the first two years, 180 individuals participated, with 71% completed MonarchCare’s Fiscal Literacy and Independence Project. Of those 128 people, 88% improved their knowledge of food/meal budgeting and 77% increased their financial literacy understanding.

Since the Building Generations program ended, MonarchCare and other Broward cities have partnered to replicate this effective project. The City of Lauderdale Lakes brought our services to their employees in 2011, using a generous grant for the BankAtlantic Foundation. MonarchCare and the City of Tamarac partnered to provide Tamarac residents with a wide variety of Financial and Entitlements Services from 2010 through 2015.

Other forms of partnerships occur with generous grants from foundations, government agencies and corporations. These are based on specifically-designed proposals, often using one of our core programs, but sometimes a completely new project. An example of this type of alliance is our Friendly Visitor Project, a small but key component of our Care Management program (click here to learn more). The project was funded initially and then again for follow-up outreach by the Erwin M. Vasquez, M.D. and Elaine Vasquez Family Foundation Fund of the Community Foundation of Broward. It is through these partnerships that MonarchCare has been able to reach thousands of vulnerable individuals, regardless of his or her ability to pay for the services, in South Florida.

Community Resources

MonarchCare in many respects functions as a “clearing house,” working and cooperating with other organizations with similar objectives and complementary strategies for obtaining the desired results for our mutual clients. Without that interaction, it would not be possible to achieve the successful outcomes that we have accomplished over the years. We refer out to many professionals based on the needs of our clients, while many professionals who understand how we can help their clients, friends or family members refer those individuals to MonarchCare. We have established a mutual trust with these partners and appreciate not only what they contribute to us at MonarchCare but also to the services they provide the community.