Numbers tell the story

2016 – First six months of operation, we assisted 60 clients

2017 – January through December, we assisted 251 clients

2018 – January through April, we assisted 385 clients

2018 – January through April, we provided 427 referrals

75% of our clients are women

Marioly Soto
Program Coordinator

Assistance for residents in need

The Collier Resource Center exists solely to help families and adults in need obtain assistance and navigate their way through the maze of health and human service organizations in Collier County. Utilizing Collier 211 line and other resources, we are able to provide personalized information and referral in many areas.

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Our trained volunteers are available during office hours to speak with clients in person or by phone. We are conveniently located on a bus route at 2355 Stanford Court, Unit 701, just off Airport Road inside the Senior Friendship Health Center complex. Call 239.434.2030  to confirm the days and hours we are open.

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To empower the people of Collier County through information, referrals and case management.


We envision a community where all people are empowered with information and have access to resources which increase their opportunities for success.

  • To provide clients with personalized information, referrals, education, and support
  • To conduct case management and follow up services
  • To ensure volunteers and staff are informed about current and appropriate community resources
  • To connect clients with resources specific to their needs

  • A center where everyone is treated with respect and dignity
  • Staff and volunteers who offer clients a personalized approach for securing assistance
  • We believe providing current, appropriate and personalized access to local resources by trained volunteers and staff improves the health and well-being of our community.


Confidential and at No Charge

There is no charge for our services.
All services are confidential.



Senior Friendship Health Center

The Collier Resource Center has been a critical and supportive asset to the Senior Friendship Health Center. Our senior patients come to us at a time of need for medical and dental services. The Collier Resource Center, located in our building, offers an additional step in the Continuum of Care that we strive of offer our patients. As our volunteer doctors, dentists and staff review the patient’s needs, many times they identify complex problems which require additional, non-medical assistance. The convenience of having qualified volunteer case managers connect clients with community services, provides a one stop shop for some of the most needy residents in our community.

M J Scarpelli,
Director of Development and Marketing

The Salvation Army Naples 

I am very happy to have the Collier Resource Center (CRC) working in our community providing clients the service they need. CRC volunteers and part-time staff member, Norma Diaz, have such an amazing passion for what they do and are a great help to the community. Working for a nonprofit agency, there are times when we would love to guide clients through the search for resources. Due to time restraints and caseloads we are not able to.  We rely on having CRC available to refer our clients.

Collier Resource Center operates year-round with the faithfulness of Norma and their volunteers. They are reliable for clients and are always consistent in providing the correct information regarding community services. This organization is constantly working on bridging the gap of need in our county.

Frances Ribot, Caseworker Supervisor
The Salvation Army Naples
Regional Coordinate

Alzheimer’s Support Network

Thank you for your initiation, your drive, your expertise built up of years of knowing the local organizations and players, and perhaps most of all your compassion and kindness. We talked after you left. Everyone feels enthusiastic and comforted that we can direct families to you knowing they would get the type of help we strive to give.

Clarke Pollard
Executive Director
Alzheimer’s Support Network