Currently, Agape employs 80 team members across its two locations. This year, they are expected to expand their reach by opening a third facility, the Agape Behavioral Center, which will focus on primary mental health. Mavrookas is committed to continuing to make a positive impact in South Florida and is forward-looking to new opportunities. “I always wanted to start something meaningful and useful for the community. At Agape, we feel blessed and privileged to do the work we do daily to serve others,” said Mavrookas.
Mavrookas’ story is a testament to the transformative potential that comes from combining education, entrepreneurship and a deep sense of social responsibility. As Agape continues to shine as a beacon on the road to recovery, Mavrookas remains at the forefront, leading the way toward a future where healthcare is not just a service but a compassionate, personalized experience for all.