Our commitment to keeping the young people we serve safe is always our number one priority. Following the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) outbreak, it's important that you know Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County is doing everything possible to keep kids, our staff, and volunteers protected from its spread. We are also closely monitoring reports from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and our local health department for all updated information.

We know families in and around Martin County need support in a number of ways. With schools out, Clubs closed, and certain food items difficult to find, we know that finding nutritious food for your family is important. From financial and government assistance to emotional support and health care, we are here for you. We've pulled together a list of resources in your local community and several ways to keep kids engaged to help you navigate these uncertain times.




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Local Resources

  • Martin County General Information: Coronavirus 
    Residents are encouraged to sign up to receive emergency alerts including information about COVID-19 by phone, text, and/or email. To sign up, text ALERTMARTIN to 888777, or register online.
  • Community Information Line
    Martin County’s Community Information Center is staffed to answer questions regarding county business, closures, services and general information from our elected and constitutional officers and community partners. Community Information Center: (772) 287-1652
  • 2-1-1
    Speak with a highly trained resource specialist. Calls to 211 HelpLine are Free, Confidential, and available 24/7! 
  • Indiantown: No Fare Transportation English/Spanish 


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