Building Readiness Among Infants Now (BRAIN) Program

The BRAIN Program is available to all parents of newborns in Martin and St. Lucie counties to help give children the best start possible. Here’s what we offer...

“I will remember you the rest of my life!”
– Parent, after receiving a BRAIN visit, impressed by the important information she received for her family

Newborn Home Visit from a hospital nurse, which includes:

  • Mother/baby physical assessment
  • Breastfeeding support & education
  • Immunization schedule
  • Home safety information

Two-month Home Visit from Helping People Succeed, which includes:

  • Gifts for parents and baby
  • Information on brain development and the importance of nurturing during the first years of life
  • The Ages and Stages Developmental Monitoring system
  • Information about community resources for parents and their baby

Offered in partnership with Martin Health System, Lawnwood Regional Medical Center, St. Lucie Medical Center, and Home Safe of Palm Beach County.

“I just filled out our first developmental questionnaire and I loved it! Can't wait to receive the next one – what fun and lets you see just how your child is progressing. I didn't realize my child is on track until I did the questionnaire. So thankful for this service!”
– Parent of a four month old baby

Our Mission

Contact Us

Helping People Succeed transforms lives by realizing potential, creating hope and building futures through education, counseling, training and employment.

Our passion is building successful families and futures–one life at a time!

Helping People Succeed
1601 NE Braille Pl
Jensen Beach, FL 34957

Tel: 772.320.0770


Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities Children's Services Council of St. Lucie County Southeast Florida Behavioral Health Network Agency for Persons With Disabilities Children's Services Council of Okeechobee Florida Department of Children & Families Children's Services Council of Martin County Healthy Families Florida United Way of Martin County Division of Vocational Rehabilitation *The Florida Department of Children and Families. Partially funded by the Martin County School District.

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