The mission of Treasure Coast Advocates for Seniors is to be the proactive voice of consensus to mobilize local leadership and community resources and to ensure the optimum quality of life for our senior population. We serve these counties: Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River, Okeechobee
The purpose of Advocates for Seniors shall be to function as a common meeting ground for community members, professionals and others interested in the field of aging.
Our primary function is to provide information and education resources on issues concerning senior citizens.
What guides us
TCAS board of directors and members adopt bylaws and articles of incorporation that dictate the structure and purpose of Treasure Coast Advocates for Seniors. For your convenience, the bylaws and articles of incorporation are available for you to download.
Board of Directors.
The affairs and business of Advocates for Seniors is managed and its corporate powers are exercised by a board of no more than fifteen Directors. They consist of the President, the Vice President, the Secretary, the Treasurer and up to 11 Directors and Committee Chairs.
Welcome to Treasure Coast Advocates for Seniors
Membership in Advocates for Seniors is open to all who have an interest in the Treasure Coast’s senior issues. Membership may be individual, student, corporate or benefactor. Corporate membership is defined as any entity incorporated within the State of Florida, any governmental entity or private business reflecting the above referenced care, services or interest.
The Advocates for Seniors welcomes anyone who has an interest in the well being of older people and who are willing to actively participate in the agency.