Support Jay's Hope Fund in 2014
The 2014 Jay's Hope bouquets and chocolates are here!
In partnership again with our 2013 sponsors, Flamingo Florist & Gifts and Angell & Phelps Chocolate Factory, we are offering beautiful floral bouquets and 1 lb. or 2 lb. chocolate assortments for free delivery within Flagler, Putnam, St. Johns and Volusia Counties on the Saturday or Monday before Thanksgiving.
Foundation Mission Statement
The Stewart-Marchman-Act Foundation is focused on building the resources to complement the programs of Stewart-Marchman-Act Behavioral Healthcare, conduct behavioral healthcare research and community education.
Foundation Vision Statement
The Stewart-Marchman-Act Foundation strives to build and sustain a community where addiction and mental illness are treated promptly, comprehensively and with respect for all by supporting Stewart-Marchman-Act Behavioral Healthcare, which delivers exceptional and comprehensive behavioral healthcare to individuals and families in our community. We will continue to conduct scientifically relevant research to enhance the health and well-being of our community through more effective behavioral health treatment.
About Stewart-Marchman-Act Foundation
The Foundation was founded by Jim Foster at the request of Hal Marchman in 1997. Our volunteer board of directors is comprised of leading professionals, business leaders, and citizens from the Volusia/Flagler area.
The Foundation accepts cash donations, stocks and securities, as well as land and property.
Stewart-Marchman-Act Foundation is a 501C-3 corporation and is eligible for tax-exempted contributions by the US. Internal Revenue Service.
Stewart-Marchman-Act Behavioral Healthcare’s mission is to deliver exceptional and comprehensive behavioral healthcare to individuals and families in our community. Their vision is of a community where addiction and mental illness are treated promptly, comprehensively and with respect for all.
A Message from the Chairman
Jon Greaves, Chairman of the Board
"As a founding member of the Foundation I am reminded of our humble beginnings meeting at Central Baptist with Hal Marchman. While we have made steady progress over the last 17 years we face challenges. In order to be better positioned to enhance SMA’s many and diverse programs we must grow the Endowment Fund. Our forward-thinking board made up of dedicated community leaders developed a strategy to increase the Endowment Fund to provide more and greater resources to support SMA programs, clients and their families. The Foundation thanks you for your support of the people benefitting from SMA Behavioral Health’s excellent services!"