Welcome to the Campus of Caring

Glasser Schoenbaum Human Services Center


More than 25 years ago, the late Dr. Kay Glasser had a vision for delivering health and human services in a more efficient way. That vision developed into the nationally-recognized Glasser Schoenbaum Human Services Center.

The “Campus of Caring” houses 19 partner agencies that work independently and together to serve adults, children, and families.

Here’s what a few of our partners have to say.

Dr. Brooke Bello: “With the many victims and families we serve it makes it easy for them to get to workshops and services. The lowered lease agreements and the heart of Betty Schoenbaum and Kay Glasser is prevalent here today. We at More Too Life™ are excited to be a part of building a strong community together!”

Our newest partner, The Salvation Army is scheduled to move in the late fall. Dr. David Sutton stated,“This move will allow us to better partner with other benefit providers who make available services to the same populations that we assist. The singular location model for community connection has proven to be a compassionate asset for all of Sarasota.”

For more on our mission to better the lives of our community, visit GS-HumanServices.org.

The Glasser Schoenbaum Human Services Center (GSHSC) is a 2015 SRQ Story Project partner and the featured non-profit organization this September. To learn more about the mission of GSHSC and the organizations they support, visit them online at GS-HumanServices.org or call (941) 365-4545. 

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