Resources

Register for COVID-19 Vaccinations

State Registration:
Register and they will keep you updated.
http://www.myvaccine.fl.gov/ 

Martin County:
Get information about location and time of next vaccination event.
http://martin.floridahealth.gov/events/2021/01/COVID19VaccineInformation.html

Publix:
Make an online connection at their designated times and hope to make it to the top of the queue before everything is scheduled.
https://www.publix.com/covid-vaccine/florida 


Complaints about Civil Rights Violations

To report civil rights violations and have your case assigned to an attorney, you must first fill out this form and mail it or email it to your local office.


Martin County NAACP Emergency Plan

There will be an Emergency Contact Person (ECP) for the following Geographical Areas:

Area

ECP

Phone number

Gomez/N. Hobe Sound

Geraldine Harriel

(772) 215-5925

Indiantown

Jackie Clarke

(772) 597-2234

Jensen Beach/North Stuart

Charmaine Clements

(772) 418-5644

Palm City

Jane Landrum

(772) 285-4464

Port Salerno

Kassandra Canidate

(772) 267-0693

Sewall’s Point

Bob Watson, Gloretta Smith

(772) 288-2880 / 285-8404

Stuart E of Palm Beach Road

Jordan Showe

(772) 678-1380

Stuart W of Palm Beach Road

Jimmy Smith

(772) 215-2411

N of US1 off Monterey Road

Larry Howell

(772) 600-5700

South Hobe Sound

Aron Dames

(772) 260-2378


  1. The ECP will first ensure their own safety, then secure areas for those in need.
  2. Each ECP will have a communication device.
  3. The ECP will designate a safe area/shelter and advise persons present in their area.
  4. The ECP will appoint 3 people (assistant emergency contact person) to help in their area.
  5. The ECP will know all vulnerable persons present in their area.
  6. The ECP will know if there are persons with special needs in their area.
  7. During the storm the contact person will maintain (keep it on) their communication device.
  8. After the storm the ECP & AECPs will canvass for those in need of assistance. Before entering the house/building, ensure the space is safe to enter.
  9. If someone is in need, the ECP team will contact the appropriate entities and render aid. If the person in need is movable, they should be moved to a safe area (designated by the ECP of that area) for Emergency Services.

Each ECP should prepare an emergency backup for supplies that may be useful when first assessing for needs post event. These items should include but are NOT limited to:

  1. A couple bottles of water
  2. Flashlight
  3. First aid kit – which includes a tourniquet
  4. Blanket – for use both in case of shock or for moving injured persons
  5. Roll of paper towels
  6. Knife

The ECP team should have all contacts for local emergency services and advise their area accordingly

American Red Cross

(772) 287-2002

City of Stuart Emergency Management

(772) 287-1652 / 220-3917

Martin County Health Department

(772) 221-4000

Salvation Army-Disaster Services

(772) 288-1471


From Martin County Emergency Management Agency – “The Road to Readiness”

Community Information Hotline

(772) 287-1652

Martin County Emergency Management Agency

(772) 287-1652

Martin County Crime Tip Line

(800) 273-8477

Martin County Fire Rescue (Non-Emergency)

(772) 288-5710

Martin County Sheriff (Non-Emergency)

(772) 220-7000

Jupiter Island Public Safety (Non-Emergency)

(772) 545-0112

Ocean Breeze (Non-Emergency)

(772) 220-7170

Stuart Fire Department (Non-Emergency)

(772) 288-5300

Stuart Police Department (Non-Emergency)

(772) 287-1122

FL State Assistance Information Line (Active during disasters)

(800) 342-3557

Florida Power and Light (Report an outage)

(800) 468-8243

Florida Price Gouging Hotline (To report)

(866) 966-7226

Florida Highway Patrol

*FHP

Florida Department of Environmental Protection

(850) 245-2118

Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission

(850) 488-4676

Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)

(800) 621-3362


Contacts in Other Countries

NAACP Branch

Address

Phone

President

Email/Website

Broward Co.

1100 NW 6th St.
Fort Lauderdale, FL 32961

954-764-7604

Marsha Ellison

State Treasurer

FLANAACP@aol.com

www.NAACPFtlBroward.com

Indian River Co.

PO Box 5083
Vero Beach, FL 32961

4875 43rd Ave
Vero Beach, FL 32960

772-567-4406

772-633-4642

Donald Hart

HartDonald@bellsouth.net

www.indianrivernaacp.org

 

Martin County

720 SE MLK Blvd.,
Suite 5
Stuart, FL 34994

772-600-5784

Jimmy Smith

MartinNAACP@gmail.com

Indiantown

14759 SW Martin Luther King Jr Dr.
Indiantown

561-261-1686

Rev. Sandi Davis

BethellTown@gmail.com

Miami Dade Co.

NW 7th Ave.
North Miami, FL 33168

19715 NW 37th Ave
Miami, FL 33056

305-650-1706

Rubin Roberts

www.MiamiDadeNAACP.org

Okeechobee Co.

 

 

 

 

Palm Beach Co.

602 Clear Lake Ave.
West Palm Beach, FL 33401

561-833-2537

INACTIVE

 

St. Lucie Co.

PO Box 3103
Ft. Pierce, FL 34947

Mt. Pleasant Primitive Baptist Church
2100 Ave. K Ft. Pierce, FL 34947

772-321-8102

George Collins
President

FinishedCabinets@gmail.com

Area

Treasure Coast & West Palm Beach

754-246-8965

Lillie Mackey

LillieLMackey@gmail.com

State of Florida

PO Box 101060
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33310

407-843-5320

Adora Obi Nweze

Adoranweze1@bellsouth.net
info@FLNAACP.com


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