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Please take this survey to help improve access to healthcare resources in an equitable way for everyone in Northeast Florida. 

The Jacksonville Nonprofit Hospital Partnership, (Baptist Medical Center, Ascension St. Vincents, UF Health, Mayo Florida, Brooks Rehabilitation and Wolfson Childrens Hospital) with assistance from the Health Planning Council of Northeast Florida, is conducting a regional Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA).

Every resident in Baker, Clay, Duval, Nassau, and St. Johns Counties is invited to complete a 10 minute survey by clicking on the link below. 


Information gathered from the survey will be used in the hospitals’ strategic planning processes and guide their community benefit implementation plans.

www.surveymonkey.com/r/health_counts

Please take this survey to help improve access to healthcare resources in an equitable way for everyone in Northeast Florida.

The Jacksonville Nonprofit Hospital Partnership, (Baptist Medical Center, Ascension St. Vincent's, UF Health, Mayo Florida, Brooks Rehabilitation and Wolfson Children's Hospital) with assistance from the Health Planning Council of Northeast Florida, is conducting a regional Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA).

Every resident in Baker, Clay, Duval, Nassau, and St. Johns Counties is invited to complete a 10 minute survey by clicking on the link below.


Information gathered from the survey will be used in the hospitals’ strategic planning processes and guide their community benefit implementation plans.

www.surveymonkey.com/r/health_counts
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The real success of Giving Day 2021 will not be how much money we raise but the tremendous impact those dollars will have when nonprofits across your community put them to work! 

Join the giving on May 5th at www.givingday2021.com

#GivingDay2021

The real success of Giving Day 2021 will not be how much money we raise but the tremendous impact those dollars will have when nonprofits across your community put them to work!

Join the giving on May 5th at www.givingday2021.com

#GivingDay2021
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St. Johns Housing Partnership has earned the 2021 Bronze Seal of Transparency from GuideStar by Candid. 

Learn more at www.guidestar.org/profile/59-3422856

St. Johns Housing Partnership has earned the 2021 Bronze Seal of Transparency from GuideStar by Candid.

Learn more at www.guidestar.org/profile/59-3422856
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Congratulations!

Congrats 👏

Yay!

Hooray!

Congrats!!!!!!

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Take a look at the City of St. Augustines Community Redevelopment Agencys Annual Report and learn about the projects from 2020 in the city and in Lincolnville.

www.facebook.com/citystaug/photos/a.1555253131355743/2847059458841764/

Take a look at the City of St. Augustine's Community Redevelopment Agency's Annual Report and learn about the projects from 2020 in the city and in Lincolnville.

www.facebook.com/citystaug/photos/a.1555253131355743/2847059458841764/Check out the report: bit.ly/3spCqi6

The Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) Annual Report for Fiscal Year 20 is now available!

The report, prepared by Jaime D. Perkins, MPA, CRA Administrator, outlines projects, expenditures, and highlights of the fiscal year for the:
• City of St. Augustine Community Redevelopment Agency
• Historic Transportation and Parking Community Redevelopment Area
• Lincolnville Community Redevelopment Area
#CityStAug #CityStAugCRA
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Happy Easter!

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Happy Easter 🐣

Another home saved!

Our HUD Certified Housing Counselor Lisa Burns assisted the homeowner with a loss mitigation package. She worked with the homeowner and his lender until a modification was approved. 

The 82-year-old widower went into foreclosure after his wife passed away and was referred to us by Jacksonville Area Legal Aid, Inc.

The homeowner and St. Johns Housing Partnership would like to thank our funders and partners! Thank you NCRC-HUD, TIAA, and Jacksonville Area Legal Aid!

If you know anyone thats in danger of losing their home and needs help, please have them call us at (904) 819-1266!

Please consider a donation of any amount to help with foreclosure prevention. Thank you. 

https://sjhp.networkforgood.com/projects/89841-foreclosure-prevention

Another home saved!

Our HUD Certified Housing Counselor Lisa Burns assisted the homeowner with a loss mitigation package. She worked with the homeowner and his lender until a modification was approved.

The 82-year-old widower went into foreclosure after his wife passed away and was referred to us by Jacksonville Area Legal Aid, Inc.

The homeowner and St. Johns Housing Partnership would like to thank our funders and partners! Thank you NCRC-HUD, TIAA, and Jacksonville Area Legal Aid!

If you know anyone that's in danger of losing their home and needs help, please have them call us at (904) 819-1266!

Please consider a donation of any amount to help with foreclosure prevention. Thank you.

sjhp.networkforgood.com/projects/89841-foreclosure-prevention
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Great job Lisa!!!

Go Lisa Anne Burns ! 👏👏👏

So happy for this sweet man! Congrats Lisa!

🎉🎉🎉 way to go Lisa Anne Burns💕

Job well done. Congratulations!

Ty congrats

Awesome!!

Lisa is amazing !

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St. Johns Housing Partnership

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The best!!! Thank you ❣️

Mr. R. has a ramp!

A few weeks ago we shared with you the story of our disabled client who had triple bypass surgery and was in need of a ramp. 

Many thanks to St. Vincent de Paul - St. Augustine, Creekside High School Engineering Club, students from Patriot Oaks Academy, Fruit Cove Academy, and another long-time collaborator Jay Heather.

Please consider a donation of any amount to help elderly and low-income neighbors in need of home repairs that are health- and safety-related.

https://sjhp.networkforgood.com/projects/98955-how-can-you-help-sjhp-help-our-community

Mr. R. has a ramp!

A few weeks ago we shared with you the story of our disabled client who had triple bypass surgery and was in need of a ramp.

Many thanks to St. Vincent de Paul - St. Augustine, Creekside High School Engineering Club, students from Patriot Oaks Academy, Fruit Cove Academy, and another long-time collaborator Jay Heather.

Please consider a donation of any amount to help elderly and low-income neighbors in need of home repairs that are health- and safety-related.

sjhp.networkforgood.com/projects/98955-how-can-you-help-sjhp-help-our-community
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What a wonderful project!

They did a wonderful job very friendly and god loving people . There are gardening angel .Thank you so much .Great Team work .

I know an elderly lady who needs a place to live. I'm willing to let her live in a house that I own, but it needs work. How can I get some assistance with fixing it up for her?

Thank you so much for a wonderful job the porch and ramp look amazing!!! ❤

Praise. God. Loving people. In st johns county. Yay.

Good Job!

Great job!

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We need your help TODAY. On March 23rd, the Florida legislative leadership released a joint press release announcing plans to redirect Sadowski State and Local Trust Fund monies.

The Florida House Agriculture and Natural Resources Appropriations Subcommittee is voting on PCB-ANR 20-01 Thursday morning at 11:30 a.m.

From St. Johns Housing Partnership’s Executive Director Bill Lazar:

Please contact Representative Stevenson, her contact information is below. She knows the need for affordable housing is growing. During her tenure as a county commissioner, she supported major local initiatives that produced several hundred homes for our workforce. 

We need full funding, and we need her support to get there. If we don’t have full funding, our local government housing staff are handicapped in being able to plan for future projects. The Sadowski Housing Trust Funds are the single most creative funding source that allows for local housing needs.

Representative Cyndi Stevenson may be reached at (904) 823-2300 or (850) 717-5017 or via email at cyndi.stevenson@myfloridahouse.gov

We need your help TODAY. On March 23rd, the Florida legislative leadership released a joint press release announcing plans to redirect Sadowski State and Local Trust Fund monies.

The Florida House Agriculture and Natural Resources Appropriations Subcommittee is voting on PCB-ANR 20-01 Thursday morning at 11:30 a.m.

From St. Johns Housing Partnership’s Executive Director Bill Lazar:

Please contact Representative Stevenson, her contact information is below. She knows the need for affordable housing is growing. During her tenure as a county commissioner, she supported major local initiatives that produced several hundred homes for our workforce.

We need full funding, and we need her support to get there. If we don’t have full funding, our local government housing staff are handicapped in being able to plan for future projects. The Sadowski Housing Trust Funds are the single most creative funding source that allows for local housing needs.

Representative Cyndi Stevenson may be reached at (904) 823-2300 or (850) 717-5017 or via email at cyndi.stevenson@myfloridahouse.gov
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Done!

I still don’t understand how the government can take that trust money!

What are they trying to spend the money on?

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