Health & Wellness
Financial Wellness Resources
The financially well person is fully aware of financial state and budgets, saves and manages finances in order to achieve realistic goals. Through planning, budgeting and saving the financially well person develops strategies to support the life they want to live now and in the future.
Taking an Active Role in Your Financial Wellness
Create a monthly budget that is personalized and based on your income, expenses, wants and needs. Check your credit report annually and maintain awareness of your credit score. If you have student loans, explore the different options for loan repayment.
It awards an academic scholarship of $1,500 in fall and spring semesters for two consecutive academic years (total of $6,000 per student), contingent on the student maintaining a minimum 2.5 GPA before the start of each semester.
Flagler Financial aid provides information on the types of financial aid, the financial aid process, and to contact your financial aid advisors.
Flagler College offers a variety of scholarships—from academic to athletic and more.
Early Learning Coalition of Flagler and Volusia
Provides early learning opportunities and behavioral support for young people
Episcopal Children’s Services
Helps underserved children build a strong foundation for education success
Program working to eliminate food waste and hunger while teaching life skills (how to prepare meals and eliminate food waste)
Outreach program providing connections to low-cost health services
Health Fund Solutions
Advocate for uninsured patients-helping them find insurance or funding for healthcare services
Flagler Care Connect
An outreach program that connects people with the services they need (good resource if you don’t know where to go for what you need)
The Bailey Group
Answers questions about insurance (medical, dental, medicare, life) and offers financial planning services
Alpha-Omega Miracle Home
Provides housing counseling and education for homeless single mothers and senior women.
Resources for coordinating funds and finding housing services
ESHC of St. Johns County
Provides innovative programs to help families with children get off the streets and into homes
Home Again St. Johns
Non-Profit organization working to end homelessness in St. County by providing connections to: occupational coaching, psychological support, job training, addiction help and educational resources
St. Johns County Continuum of Care
Group of organizations all working to re-house homeless individuals (good resource to figure out which service could help you best)
St. Johns County Housing Partnership
Works to repair or build financially sustainable houses to help keep people in their homes or in a new home (lots of volunteer opportunities too!)
A local organization that raises money and provides scholarships for disadvantaged St. Johns County residents
Northeast Florida Community Action Agency
Organization working with community partners to stabilize vulnerable households working on self-sufficiency through education, employment, and advocacy
St. Augustine Bike Share
St. Augustine provides 100 GPS-enabled e-bikes throughout the city. Riders will be able to use an app to locate bikes at mobility hubs throughout the city and may use a variety of payment options to ride on a daily, monthly, or annual basis.
St. Augustine Rider (STAR)
This free bus service, funded through a Florida Department of Transportation grant and operated by Historic Tours of America’s Old Town Trolley, will provide circular transportation around the downtown core, starting at the Visitor Information Center (VIC), located at 10 S. Castillo Drive, near the clocktower.
The Sunshine Bus Company
The Sunshine Bus Company provides public transportation to a wide range of known origins/destinations necessary for everyday living. Fares are $2.00 (per one-way trip) or discounted to $1.00 (per one-way trip) for Seniors (60+), Persons with Disabilities, Medicare/Medicaid card holders, and Students.