Samaritan Home for Young Boys and Families

1490 SE Cove Road, Stuart, FL 34997


boys & girls (5-13)

the center has at its foundation a traditional judeo-christian focus. the school utilizes a program of intervention based on behavioral principles focusing on choices and consequences. the program is integrated into a school setting with a traditional curriculum with specific learning for each student.


Most of the religious group homes reviewed by the Tampa Bay Times are nonprofit organizations and must file financial information each year with the IRS. The Times collected these public records, which reveal income and expenses and other basic information about each organization. In some cases, the forms could not be found.

Gross receipts $370,883
($689,991 in prior year)
Expenses $564,479
Net revenue $-193,596
Net asssets $1,877,280
Tuition income $32,000
Employees 12
Volunteers 32

In 2004, the state fond some evidence to support a child's claim of excessive corporal punishment that led to bruises and/or welts.



  • bruises/welts
  • excessive corporal punishment

executive director

According to this group home's tax form for 2010:




Group home profile last updated: Dec. 7, 2012, 1:49 p.m.

  • 490 First Avenue South
  • St. Petersburg, FL 33701
  • 727-893-8111