Mission: Through Education, Prevention, Research, Care & Treatment, and Support Services, Care Resource Improves Upon the Health and Overall Quality of Life of Our Diverse South Florida Communities in Need.
Results: Care Resource has demonstrated excellence in the field of HIV/AIDS as it works to fulfill its mission and have a positive impact on Broward and Miami-Dade communities. Our work in the community has earned us the confidence of our clients and funding sources at local, state and federal levels. The agency currently has about 15,000 unduplicated clients and conducts more than 11,000 HIV tests annually. Fundraising activities and hundreds of invaluable volunteers help raise awareness, bring hope and build a sense of community.
Care Resource is committed to providing quality health care. It is our pledge to provide health care services with respect and dignity.
We have also become a Federally Qualified Health Center with offices in Fort Lauderdale, Miami-Dade (Biscayne Blvd & Little Havana) and Miami-Beach, offering general primary care services to the whole South Florida community.
Programs: Clinical: counseling, case management and other support provided to hiv/aids clients and their families and care partners
education: provided classes, seminars and specialized programs to targeted groups and the general community on understanding hiv/aids and hiv/aids prevention
As both an employee and a patient of this comprehensive community clinic, I've found the quality of the medical care, pharmacy and other services to be exceptional. The staff really cares in each of their four sites throughout South Florida. Where else can the uninsured poor (under 200% of federal poverty level) receive primary care, pharmaceutical, substance abuse or mental health counseling, food bank, dental and preventative care services in one place in South Florida? As for the financials, their most recent independent audit is posted on the front page of their website: www.careresource.org
Rick Siclari, CEO of Care Resource is a joke. They spend more money on parties and payroll than helping people. 5,394,102 million a year in salaries http://www.careresource.org/.../careResource_2013_audit.pdf
20% of funds received are used for female programs, but the majority remaining are geared to men and male programs.