Mercy Support Services serves the people of Clay County, Florida who are circumstantially in need by providing services that guide them to self-sufficiency. Working together with local community agencies, governments, and compassionate-hearted people, Mercy serves as a centralized point of contact for those in crisis. A non-profit organization, Mercy works collaboratively to empower people in circumstantial need for a sustainable and independent future.

The Resource and Referral Call Center is the hub of information and referrals for callers needing resources in Clay County. The needs of the caller are assessed and referrals are provided. In some cases, a Care Coach will be assigned to guide the individual through the Self-Sufficiency Program.

The Self-Sufficiency Program helps families and individuals move from a temporary crisis to permanent self-sufficiency. Care coaches steer clients to housing, shelter, training, food, child care and other resources.

Mercy relies on the generosity of the community and its members to provide these services. Please support Mercy Support Services with your monthly donation, or a one-time gift.

Our Philosophy

Our community lacks the communication and coordination between social service agencies and faith-based groups to provide access to resources and services to the low income, needy and homeless.

Our Mission

Mercy Support Services is a Christ Centered organization that serves the people of Clay County who are circumstantially in need by providing services that guide them to self-sufficiency through an active network of compassionate-hearted people and organizations.

Awards & Certification

Mercy has been recognized by local and regional service organizations for its work in the Clay County community.

  • Paul E Reinhold Community Service Award
  • Emergency Support Function 15 (ESF 15) for Clay County
  • Housing Finance Authority of Clay County