Lost Tree Village Foundation
The Lost Tree Foundation was established in 1982 and is based in North Palm Beach, Florida. The Foundation was established by residents who wanted to give back to their communities. The Foundation’s mission is to strengthen communities and support people in need.
Regions: The Lost Tree Foundation serves communities throughout Martin County and partially rural Palm Beach County, Florida. The Foundation focuses on underserved and underprivileged communities.
Issues Supported: The Lost Tree Village Charitable Foundation focuses on issue areas including addiction services, alcoholism, community development, education, and mental health care.
Grant Process and Application: The deadline for a letter of inquiry is in August, and the deadline for grant applications usually falls in November. Find out more information by visiting the Foundation’s website.
Grant-Making Per Year: In FY 2020, the Foundation provided grants in the amount of $3.2 million.
Recovery and Supportive Housing Grantee Example: Sunset House is a grantee based in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, serving partially rural Palm Beach County. Sunset House offers a sober living facility for men who have completed treatment for substance abuse. Services are designed to help clients maintain sobriety and reintegrate into society.
Florida Opioid Settlement Funds
Total Settlement Funds in Florida
- $1.3 billion from distributors, $300 million from Johnson & Johnson
- State and local governments may each receive up to 55% of funds
- Funds from three distributors will be paid over 17.5 years
- Funds from Johnson & Johnson will be paid over 9 years
- Not established
Spending So Far
- Governor Ron DeSantis, GovernorRon.Desantis@eog.myflorida.com, 800-342-3557
- Attorney General Ashley Moody, contact form, 1-866-966-7226
- Kylie Mason, Communications Director, Florida Office of the Attorney General, (850)-245-0150
- Florida Memorandum of Understanding
- Governor Ron DeSantis News Release
- Florida Opioid Settlements Portal
How About Your County?
To get a quick overview of the resources available in your county, including gaps that may need to be addressed, visit the Recovery Ecosystem Index Map developed through a partnership between the Fletcher Group Rural Center Of Excellence, the NORC Walsh Center at the University of Chicago, and East Tennessee State University.
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