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EPIC Behavioral Healthcare has been the sponsoring organization of Big Brothers Big Sisters of St. Johns County (BBBS) since 1994. Mentoring is an evidence-based practice proven to prevent the onset of alcohol or drug use among children mentored. We work together with BBBS to ensure the needs of our community are met!

At Big Brothers Big Sisters of St. Johns County, there are two ways children are served:

  • Through our community-based program that matches adults with children ages 6-12 who spend time out in the community.
  • Through our site-based program that matches volunteers with children ages 6-12, who spend time playing and working on improving academics at local schools and after school programs.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of St. Johns County continues to grow and expand services, with a specific focus on professional match support services. Our Match Support Specialists personally walk volunteers through the process from inquiry to enrollment and throughout the life of a match. Professional training, 24-hour emergency support and volunteer recognition are just a few things one can expect when agreeing to change the life of a local child for the better!

If you are interested in learning more information about becoming a Big Brother or a Big Sister, visit our website (right), or contact us today by calling (904) 829-9986.

BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS ADVISORY COUNCIL
Chair: Suzanna Pavelle, Owner, The Venditio Group
Secretary/Treasurer: Brad Waldrop, Attorney, Taylor & Taylor Law Firm

Todd Batenhorst, MD, Flagler Family Medicine
Jeremy Butcher (Big Brother), Owner, Schooner’s Seafood
Jess Kobryn, Assistant Director of Career Development Center, Flagler College
James McCune (Big Brother), Attorney, McCune Law
Tammy Morabito, Account Executive, The Bailey Group
Devon Obier, Department of Juvenile Justice
James Suplee, Owner, The Fidus Group
Branan Ward, Owner, Ward Media Group