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ABOUT HUM – Who we are and what we stand for:

Board Leadership

Board of Directors

Ted Serbousek, Board Chair
William Turner, Vice Chair
Selma Barker, Secretary
Sue Hale, Treasurer
Troy Ray, Executive Director
David Barker, Selma Barker, Bobbi Barlow,
Lonnie Brown, Ward Berg, Steve Braun, 
Brad Carter,
Jerry Cutter, Dr. Robert Hammond,
Duane Howe, Dr.Tim McNeil
Vivian Robinson, Bill Shaffer,
Dolores Smith, Rev. James Taylor,
Gary Wandelt.

Staff Leadership

Troy Ray – Executive Director
Mark Geallis – Director of Development
Tianna Harris – Executive Assistant
HUM Operational TeamHomeless Prevention

P. Charli Elliott – Prevention Operations Manager
Lyn Hawkins – Case Manager
Cherylann Hoge – Program Assistant
Fran Cropley – Volunteer Coordinator
Sean Slack – Program Assistant
Jason Brooks – Program Assistant
Arlene Martin – Ormond Program Supervisor
Tina Malone – Ormond Office Supervisor

Homeless Intervention

Rick Carrillo – Director of Operations
Spencer Harris – Homeless Case Manager
Olivia Pratt – Program Coordinator
Rich Fitzmaurice – Shelter Manager
Michelle Hurley – Shelter Case Manager
New Hire – Shelter Resident Assistant
Marcellus Morrow – Shelter Resident Assistant
Zach Bennett – Shelter Resident Assistant
Julie Kirtley – Shelter Resident Assistant
Amanda Kowal – Shelter Resident Assistant
Bessie Dufoe – Bridge of Hope – Program Supervisor
Darrell Neeld – Program Assistant
Joseph Scaffidi – Program Assistant


Partnerships &
Friends of HUM

Halifax Urban Ministries (HUM) service to the people in the community can only be achieved effectively and at a low cost by working with partners. In addition to the
partners of HUM, our friends of HUM – volunteers, sponsors, faith based groups,
and organizations in the community make a difference for HUM daily.
Please review a partial list of our strategic partners, friends and volunteers.
Boar’s Head Brand
Brighthouse Networks
Brown & Brown
Cobb Cole
Gleaners – Bread Pick Up
Hometown News
Jon Hall / Ritchey Automotive
Krispy Kreme
Mainland High School (Volusia County)
Art Departments and Culinary Institute
Second Harvest
STAR Family Room Sponsors
Turner Partners
United Way
US Food Services
Volunteers – 40 Churches serving
at Bridge of Hope

Homeless Intervention

Family Shelter

  • 24 rooms/94 bed spaces.
  • For families with children.
  • Provides up to six months of shelter for homeless families to get on
    their feet.
  • Day care provided for children so
    parents can seek work.
  • Tutoring provided for children in
    shelter’s media center.
Classes provided to families on finance and family dynamics.
HUM Family Center
A Division of Halifax Urban Ministries
605 North Segrave Street
Daytona Beach, FL 32114
Troy Ray, Executive Director
Rick Carrillo, Director of Operations
386.252.9400 ext. 11

Homeless Prevention

There are an estimated 31,000 families
in need throughout Volusia and Flagler
The services offered by HUM include
temporary housing, food, case management programs and emergency assis-
HUM has been serving our community
for over 30 years.
The area serviced by HUM is from
Ormond Beach to Oakhill & West to Deltona.
(Flagler residents please visit HUM Ormond)
Financial contributions and donations of
food and clothing come from individuals,
faith groups, corporations and grants.
The annual budget for 2014 is $1.4M.
We have 400 active volunteers that
assist in the daily operation of HUM.
Direct Services Offered by HUM & STAR
Assist in obtaining documents. (Birth
certificates / Social Security cards /
Identification cards / Notarizing)
Additional services offered to assist in
securing employment. (Internet access /
Telephone / Bus passes / Haircuts /
Showers / Laundry / Bicycles)
Medical and prescription assistance.
Financial Assistance: (Rent / Utilities /
Prescriptions) $74,000 in 2013.
Cold Weather Shelter. (Host sites are
area faith groups.)
Food programs
In 2013 HUM provided over 24,700 food
packages to the needy (Average cost to
HUM $8 with a market value of $70
to $100.)
Served over 149,000 ($.06 per meal daily
noon) hot meals in 2013 at the Bridge
of Hope.
HUM averages 1,100 breakfast
bags per month.
If you have any questions or would like
to participate by contributing or volun-
teering to this worthy cause of helping
those in need, please contact us at