The Source Receives Proclamation from The City of Vero Beach

The City Council of Vero Beach recognized National Health Awareness Month with a proclamation to The Source for their positive and untiring work they do in providing programs and services to the homeless and needy members of their organization. Executive Director, Anthony Zorbaugh, was joined with a group of Source members and staff at the City Council meeting held on November 23 when they received the proclamation.

I am Ministries DBA The Source is a Christian social outreach ministry that has been offering a lifestyle of service for the homeless since 1995; to residents in crisis through life-changing dignified programs that instill a sense of community and to date have over 2,000 registered members, who at no cost, have the availability to an inviting and supportive community.

“We have a full complement of opportunities for our members at The Source to help transform their lives by giving them the right tools of training, support, love and respect, states Zorbaugh. “Ultimately, these tools provide the solutions for the homeless to transition into long term sustainability in the community while offering them a glimpse of hope and comfort, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. To that end, our mental health services continue to expand to focus on individual sessions with members for anxiety, depression and conquering codependency with enriching activities.”

The Source offers an unmatched resource center to their members offering in addition to mental health counseling and support groups, Bible studies and social activities, personal hygiene and other basic needs availabilities which include in-house showering and laundry facilities, culinary training and employment opportunities, overnight emergency shelter, a dental restoration program three hot meals a day and overall critical care for physical, spiritual, civic, and social needs.

For more information on The Source, contact Executive Director Anthony Zorbaugh at 772-564-0202, Ext. 204 or visit