If You Find Yourself In A Hole, The First Thing To Do Is Stop Digging.

I’m not homeless yet:

If you are seeking homeless prevention: Call the 2-1-1 Government Help Line, explain your situation and let them know that you are seeking prevention services to keep from becoming homeless. They may be able to advise of agencies that may be able to assist you.

This is getting ready to change with coordinated entry.

Community Action Program:

Our Vision: A community where all residents of Palm Beach County have the resources and opportunities to achieve their full potential.

Our Mission: To promote independence and enhance the quality of life in Palm Beach County by providing effective and essential services to residents in need.

The promise of Community Action: “Community Action Changes people’s lives, embodies the spirit of hope, improves communities, and makes America a better place to live. We care about the entire community, and we are dedicated to helping people help themselves and each other.”

810 Datura Street
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
Phone: (561)355-4792
SITE: http://discover.pbcgov.org/communityservices/communityaction/Pages/default.aspx

The Salvation Army West Palm Beach

West Palm Beach, FL 33409
1.84 miles from city center West Palm Beach
561-686-7858

The Salvation Army West Palm Beach provides a number of social service programs. They include: Emergency Assistance Crisis Intervention Utility Bill Assistance Rent Assistance, Mortgage Assistance Case Management Intake needs assessments.

Homeless, and don’t have anywhere to stay:

Emergency housing and assistance for homeless families in Palm Beach County.

PLEASE NOTE: You must be assessed to determine your eligibility.

Calvary House

540 SW 2nd Place, Unit #3, Pompano Beach, FL 33060
www.calvaryftl.org/CalvaryHouse
954-943-8328

FaithFarm Ministries

Ft Lauderdale:
1980 NW 9th Ave
Ft Lauderdale, FL 33311
954-763-7787

Boynton Beach
9538 US Hwy 441
Boynton Beach, FL 33472
561-737-2222

PALM BEACH COUNTY HOMELESS STREET OUTREACH

(561)-966-7061

Family Promise of South Palm Beach County

840 George Bush Boulevard, Bldg. D Delray Beach, FL 33483

PHONE: (561) 265-3370
EMAIL: adwyer@familypromisespbc.org
SITE: https://familypromisespbc.org/

VILLAGES OF HOPE

Across our region, there are as many as 2,000 homeless families and individuals on any given day. Their life circumstances are all unique, but their need for a supportive community is undeniable. At Villages of Hope, we are committed to strengthening families and ensuring the well-being of homeless young adults in our community. With their primary need of housing met, these individuals and families are offered the skills and support necessary to live with dignity, independence and stability.

Comprehensive and effective independent living transition services are key to helping families and youth function optimally in all areas of life. With a focus on pursuing an education, finding a job, obtaining suitable housing, and protecting their health and well-being, our goal-oriented, voluntary programs encompasses six areas of measurable growth and success, all closely monitored during a resident’s stay in the program:

HOUSING
EMPLOYMENT
EDUCATION
HEALTH: PHYSICAL, EMOTIONAL, SPIRITUAL
FINANCIAL STABILITY
PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY

INDEPENDENT LIVING APPLICATION

Please fill out our Independent Living Application to apply for our Villages of Hope program.

Email your application to Theresa Peak at theresap@villagesofhope.net, fax it to 561-557-8949 or mail it to: Theresa Peak, 3551 Burma Circle, FL

https://www.villagesofhope.net/

211 Palm Beach/Treasure Coast

Vision: The agency’s all volunteer Board of Directors has formulated the following as its vision statement: “211 Palm Beach/Treasure Coast envisions a community where people in crisis receive the information and support they need to weather life’s storms.”

Mission:  211 Palm Beach/Treasure Coast’s mission is to save lives through crisis intervention and by connecting people to health, mental health, and wellness services 24 hours a day every day.

https://211palmbeach.org/

HOME SAFE

Since 1979, HomeSafe has been a nationally accredited non-profit organization dedicated to protecting Palm Beach County’s and South Florida’s most vulnerable residents – victims of child abuse and domestic violence.

Our mission: Creating safer, more productive lives for infants, children, young adults and families.

Through our results-driven approach, we’ve grown into a leading provider of prevention and intervention services, serving more than 14,500 infants, children, young adults, and families each year.

Our Comprehensive Programs

Today, we offer a variety of comprehensive programs, including:

  • Healthy Beginnings – Funded by Children’s Services Council of Palm Beach County, this program is focused on:
    • Identifying and preventing child abuse and neglect
    • Promoting healthy births
    • Ensuring children are reaching their developmental milestones and are ready for Kindergarten
  • Residential Group Care – Provides abused children with comprehensive therapeutic services to treat severe trauma
  • SafetyNet – Provides immediate intervention and prevention services to victims of domestic violence and their children
  • Independent Living Housing Program (Pond Place) – This program provides safe, affordable housing for clients who have “aged out” of foster care.

2840 Sixth Ave. South
Lake Worth, FL 33461
(561) 383-9800
Info@HelpHomeSafe.org

https://www.helphomesafe.org/

Program REACH at Adopt A Family

REACH is the largest emergency shelter for families with minor children experiencing homelessness in Palm Beach County. The program focuses on the immediate stabilization of families while working to fulfill a goal of obtaining permanent housing for the families it shelters. Program REACH also provides case management, food, clothing, and savings programs for the 19 families it serves at any given time. In the most recent year, the program provided emergency shelter solutions to 64 families in crisis while guiding 89.8% of families towards achieving self-sufficiency.

Adopt A Family Of The Palm Beaches
1712 2nd Ave North, Lake Worth, Florida, 33460
PHONE: (561) 253-1361
MAIL: info@aafpbc.org
SITE: https://www.adoptafamilypbc.org

Family Promise of North Central Palm Beach County

Host & Support Congregations: The hosting of families rotates weekly among the Host Congregations in the network. In turn, each host congregation provides lodging, three meals a day and caring hospitality 3-4 times each year.

2635 Old Okeechobee Road, West Palm Beach, FL 33409
PHONE: 561.318.8864
FAX: 561-318-8867
EMAIL: information@familypromisencpbc.org
SITE: https://www.familypromisencpbc.org/

The Lord’s Place

2808 N. Australian Ave West Palm Beach, FL 33407
PHONE: 561-494-0125
EMAIL: info@thelordsplace.org
SITE: https://thelordsplace.org

The Lord’s Place is dedicated to breaking the cycle of homelessness by providing innovative, compassionate, and effective services to men, women, and children in our community. We offer comprehensive services designed to end homelessness… once and for all.  Our aim is to provide programs that assist our clients in finding their unique path, which leads to a place called home. The Lord’s Place is a non-sectarian, social impact 501(c)3 organization that, for 40 years, has been changing the lives of families and individuals experiencing homelessness.

The Lord’s Place Boynton Beach Family Shelter

The Lord’s Place transforms lives by providing solutions that break the cycle of homelessness for the most vulnerable and neglected in Palm Beach County.

Our nonprofit has been serving men, women, and families in our community for over 30 years. Our innovative, compassionate, and effective services are constantly evolving to eradicate local homelessness for good.

1750 North East 4th Street Boynton Beach, FL – 33435
PHONE: (561) 736-7006
EMAIL: info@thelordsplace.org
SITE: https://thelordsplace.org/

Buckle Place

Located in Lake Worth, is the only supportive housing program in Palm Beach County designed exclusively for single homeless women. It combines evidence-based supportive services with health and wellness activities to help residents rebuild their lives. The program’s structure prioritizes education and skill-building and empowers each woman to develop the confidence and means to live independently. For more information regarding the referral process or about Buckle Place in general please contact 561-603-9301.

Halle Place

Located in West Palm Beach, is a supportive housing program specifically designed for women who were formerly incarcerated, within the prior six months.  These women are coming home, ready to work, and ready to change their lives. The program will include career exploration and on-the-job training experiences, gender-responsive programming, substance abuse prevention, health and mental health support, financial literacy, life skills around healthy relationships and healthy living, family reunification, literacy and GED support, leadership curriculum, and conflict resolution. For more information regarding the referral process, or about Halle Place in general, please call 561-578-4860.

Family Campus

family-campus-1The Lord’s Place’s Family Campus, located in West Palm Beach, has provided housing and guidance to homeless families for more than three decades, providing, shelter, warmth, encouragement, and the resources needed to gain independence. Created as a temporary shelter in 1983, it has evolved into an essential community resource that has assisted thousands of families. The Campus consists of two different programs – the HUD-funded Project Family Care long-term supportive housing program and Interim Family transitional housing Program – to provide a comprehensive continuum of housing types to serve a variety of familial needs.

For further information contact:
Phone: (561) 494-0125, ext. #2211
Fax: (561) 683-1299
info@thelordsplace.org

William H. Mann Place for Men

This campus, located in Boynton Beach, is comprised of two supportive housing programs, Joshua House’s long-term supportive housing program and the Recovery Center’s short-term housing program. Together, the programs offer a seamless continuum of housing services for homeless men. The Recovery Center serves those who have struggled with substance abuse and/or chronic homelessness, as well as ex-offenders who have become homeless after being released from incarceration.  Joshua House serves residents who have demonstrated a commitment to personal growth and success and are considered leaders on the campus.

For further information call (561) 537-4632

Casa Vegso Transitional Housing

AVDA’s residential program includes an emergency shelter and transitional housing programs for victims of domestic abuse and their children.

24-Hour Crisis Hotline 1-800-355-8547 | 561.265.2900
PO Box 6161 Delray Beach, FL 33482

Homeless Outreach and Assisted Living West Palm Beach Purpose:

Purpose: To provide short-term financial sponsorship of physician-prescribed placement into an ALF, as well as case management to eligible individuals to enable them to regain economic stability. This program is not intended to provide emergency placement services.

Eligibility: Must meet the same financial criteria as listed for all other programs as well as medical criteria determined by a physician. The maximum length of sponsored placement is six (6) months. Extenuating circumstances beyond this time may be approved by the Operations Supervisor or designee.

For more information, call (561) 514-5400.

Senator Philip D. Lewis Center

The Lewis Center provides temporary housing to individuals. Clients can stay up to 90 days. There are 20 beds in the women’s dorm and 40 beds for men. The Lewis Center has assembled a team of community providers, each offering a distinct service to meet the needs.

For more information, please call (561) 904-7900
E-mail: CSD-info@lewiscenterpbc.org
The Lewis Center
1000 45th Street, West Palm Beach, FL 33407

Adopt-A-Family

Provides a continuum of housing and supportive services to meet the diverse needs of our clients. Some of the agency’s housing units are restricted to families who are literally homeless, while other programs target low-income working households interested in becoming homeowners. The agency also operates the largest non-governmental homeless prevention program in Palm Beach County which provides financial assistance and supportive services to families at risk of becoming homeless.

In addition to the agency’s activities surrounding housing and supportive services, Adopt-A-Family operates a licensed afterschool and out-of-school program for children attending kindergarten through fifth grade. The program is located within walking distance of many of the agency’s core housing programs and offers priority placement to homeless and formerly homeless children.

  • Physical housing for literally homeless families
  • Homeless prevention and financial assistance for families who are at risk of homelessness
  • Affordable housing for low-income working families in Palm Beach County

PHONE: (561) 253-1361
MAIL: info@aafpbc.org
SITE: https://www.adoptafamilypbc.org

Palm Beach County does not have a homeless shelter for non-residents.

OPTION 1:You can call 2-1-1, explain your situation and let them know that you are seeking prevention services to keep from becoming homeless. They may be able to advise of an agency to assist you. Traveler’s Aid is available at the Lewis Center and Adopt-A-Family of the Palm Beaches (AAF).

 OPTION 2: If the caller is a non-resident or someone needing homeless prevention in the City of West Palm Beach, ask the caller, “Are there any friends or family that may be willing to help you out of your current situation?” If you are in West Palm Beach, you can call Vickers House to request help with various resources but specifically, travelers aid-bus passes (561) 804-4970 or (561) 804-4975.

Broward County:

Emergency housing and assistance for homeless families in Broward County.

Broward Partnership for the Homeless/ BC Central Homeless Assistance Center
Ft Lauderdale, FL – (954) 779-3990

Services: Short-Term Housing Rapid Re-Housing Permanent Supportive Housing the Broward Partnership operates the Central Homeless Assistance Center, a 57,000 square-foot, 200-bed emergency shelter facility with comprehensive services for men, women and families. Admission by referral only. Call the number provided for full details.

Hope South Florida

Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301 – (954) 566-2311

Emergency housing for homeless families in Fort Lauderdale. Hope Central: a one-stop center for families facing housing and economic crisis in their lives Faith In Action Community Housing: crisis housing for homeless families through churches The Shepherd’s Way Family

People Helping People Outreach

Fort Lauderdale, FL 33311 – (954) 527-0414
Broward county homeless shelter.

Broward County Homeless HelpLine

Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309 – (954) 563-4357
Broward County Homeless Helpline. Anyone seeking Broward County Homeless information/referral or a homeless individual/family in Broward County. The Homeless Helpline provides a single point of entry into the homeless continuum of care.

Covenant House Florida

Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304 – (954) 561-5559
Covenant House Florida serves runaway, homeless, and at-risk youth under 21 including teen parents and their babies. Each year, we reach hundreds of kids in Fort Lauderdale and Orlando via street outreach, crisis shelters, transitional housing projects, and aftercare, making Covenant

Lippman Youth Shelter

Oakland Park, FL 33309 – (954) 568-2801
The Lippman Youth Shelter is a short-term crisis runaway shelter for troubled and abused children from 12 years old to 17 years old.

Rebel’s Drop in Center

3400 North 29 Avenue, Hollywood, FL 33020 – (954) 276-3452.
Named in honor of a young person coping with mental health issues, Rebel’s Drop-In Center is open 365 days a year to provide social support, advocacy and peer counseling for individuals recovering from mental health or substance abuse issues. The center is free of charge to the community and no appointment is needed. The center is a partnership of Memorial Healthcare System, the Department of Children and Families and the Human Services Department of Broward County.

Silver Impact Day Shelter

7155 W Oakland Park Blvd, Lauderhill, FL 33319 – (954) 572-0444
Day shelter for those 55 years and older.

Substance Abuse Treatment Centers

Referrals to local addiction and recovery treatment facilities, support groups, and community-based organizations.

SAMHSA’s National Helpline

SAMHSA’s National Helpline, 1-800-662-HELP (4357), (also known as the Treatment Referral Routing Service) or TTY: 1-800-487-4889 is a confidential, free, 24-hour-a-day, 365-day-a-year, information service, in English and Spanish, for individuals and family members facing mental and/or substance use disorders. This service provides referrals to local treatment facilities, support groups, and community-based organizations. Callers can also order free publications and other information.

Central Florida Treatment Center

Services Available at the Lake Worth Clinic:

  • Medication-assisted treatment for opioid dependency
  • Methadone or suboxone therapy
  • Counseling
  • Drug screening
  • Assistance in tapering off of medication
  • Physician-monitored treatment
  • Complete assessment of all services provided.

3155 Lake Worth Road, Lake Worth, FL 33461
PHONE: 561-439-8440
FAX: 561-439-8229
SITE: https://www.methadoneworks.net/

Fern House

“To help indigent male chronic alcoholics and drug addicts achieve sustained sobriety and return to the mainstream of society as productive, responsible citizens.” At Fern House, our mission is simple. We aim to take indigent, chronic drug, and alcohol abusers off the streets and help them reintegrate into society. We take broken lives and make them whole. Our mission and philosophy are straightforward. Following the principles of AA, we are addicts helping other addicts. We depend on the mutual help, fellowship, and experience of fellow addicts and alcoholics to support each other on the journey to recovery.
If you would like more information about Fern House, please contact us during business hours.

1958 Church St, West Palm Beach, FL 33409
PHONE: (561) 471-0430
EMAIL: info@fernhouse.org
SITE: https://fernhouse.org/

Sunset Halfway House

Sunset House helps adult men in recovery from substance use disorders transition from inpatient to independent living confidently! Sunset House honors the work our clients have done in an inpatient setting—recovery, healing, learning new habits and attitudes, addressing trauma—by providing a supportive space where men are encouraged to nurture their sense of fellowship, accountability and independence. We encourage our clients to pursue gainful employment or immersive studies, to participate in group activities with the other men of our residence, and to become responsible members of the community.

8800 Sunset Dr, Palm Beach Gardens
PHONE: (561) 627-9701
EMAIL: info@sunsetrecovery.org
SITE: https://www.sunsetrecovery.org/

New Path Halfway House For Women

At New Path, we are dedicated to ensuring you and your loved ones can rest easy knowing that we are here to help. We offer a secure and safe environment with onsite Management and we have the experience that you are looking for. We are always willing to work with you. We are simply here to help you.

Lantana FL 33462 USA
Telephone: 561-255-0011
Fax: 561-585-6166
Email: NewPaths05@Aol.com
http://www.newpathhalfwayhouse.com/​

A New Life Halfway House For Women

A New Life provides transitional living places for those in recovery from drugs and/or alcohol. In some states, because of legal requirements, the term “sober living house” is used. Some people go to halfway houses from a treatment center, prison, or a homeless situation, while others go there to be in a sober, clean environment to begin the recovery process. Some residents are in a halfway house due to court orders. A New Life (located in beautiful downtown Lantana, FL, established in 2012) provides a 24 hour, on-site staff, and provides access to AA/NA meetings. In addition, A New Life provides optional individual (IOP) intensive outpatient and private therapy sessions. A New Life provides very friendly, affordable, and supportive adult substance abuse treatment programs. Services can be provided to referred adults, with a substance abuse problem.

  • Screening and Referral
  • Linkage to the appropriate level of treatment, and treatment program
  • Meetings to AA/NA are on and off-site

PHONE: 561-502-0219
FAX: 561-318-5101
https://anewlifehalfwayhouse.com/Home.html

The Drug Abuse Foundation Of Palm Beach County

Treatment Programs and Services: DAF provides a wide array of the continuum of treatment programs including Level 1, Level 2, and Level 4 residential programs. Day treatment and outpatient treatment programs are provided at several locations throughout Palm Beach County. All services are informed by the clinical level of care assessments including ASAM (American Society of Addiction Medicine) level of care placement.

400 S. Swinton Avenue Delray Beach, Fl., 33444
Emergency Services WALK-IN 24/7
PHONE: (561) 278-0000
SITE: https://www.dafpbci.org/

The Recovery Center Boynton Beach

Part of The Lord’s Place Outreach Programs
Boynton Beach, Florida 33435

PHONE: (561) 494-0125
EMAIL: info@thelordsplace.org
SITE: https://thelordsplace.org

Wayside Center

Wayside House, the historic and innovative addiction recovery program for women, by women. Wayside House was founded in 1974 by Dr. Susan B. Anthony, great-niece and namesake of the women’s rights activist, and Phyllis Michelfelder. We have a wide range of therapeutic programs, complete with the latest therapies for treating drug and alcohol addiction and co-occurring conditions, including eating disorders. To enhance the experience and increase our success rate, based on the 12-step program, we offer a wide variety of holistic services from equine and art therapies, to yoga, meditation, and parenting education. Through our Posner Career Center, we help prepare women for employment and help them find jobs.

378 NE Sixth Avenue, Delray Beach, FL 33483
HONE: (800) 655-0817 or (561) 278-0055
EMAIL: info@waysidehouse.net
SITE: https://www.waysidehouse.net/

Willow Place

A place for women who are suffering from addiction to drugs and alcohol and/or eating disorders. We offer a comprehensive medical and therapeutic approach to recovery from addiction and eating disorders to get all of our clients on the road to recovery. We believe in empowering our clients to regain a sense of self-worth and self-love so that they cease the destructive behavior of the path and turn to healthy, sober alternatives. Our dedicated staff is wholeheartedly committed to seeing each client thrive and graduate from our program as a brand new person with a bright future ahead. At The Willow Place for Women, we treat each client individually to ensure the best level of care possible, created uniquely for each specific client’s needs.

400 Executive Center Dr #203, West Palm Beach
HONE: (561) 623-0142
SITE: https://willowplaceforwomen.com/

Drogadictos Anonimos

LA MISIÓN II – 414, 50 ST. West Palm Beach, Fl., 33407
PHONE: (561) 420-0930
EMAIL: lamision2@drogadictosanonimos.org
SITE: http://www.drogadictosanonimos.org/florida.html

Incentives Clean and Sober Living

Structured Living at Incentives, Inc.

First and foremost, we do not allow any illegal or illicit drugs, including alcohol and steroids. If clients are on prescribed medication at any time during their stay, the Incentives staff must be informed. Residents must be willing to submit to regular drug and alcohol testing to ensure the safety of the client and the community.

All Incentives clients must obey a community-wide curfew. This is to help teach responsibility and maintain structure not only in the community but in each individual’s own life. In addition, all clients must attend a mandatory weekly community meeting every Sunday at 6 PM featuring lectures and recovering speakers from the community.

All residents are required to seek employment or attend school while living at Incentives. Living a structured and active lifestyle with work, school, regular 12 step fellowship meeting attendance, and participation in that 12 step fellowship with a sponsor and step work is a requirement while living at Incentives and is critical in maintaining long-term recovery.

1401 NW 15th Ave, Unit #8  –  Boca Raton, FL 33486
PHONE: 561-929-0651
FAX: 561-417-8727
Steve Kennedy: 561-929-0651
Bob Johnson: 561-929-0652
Laura Kennedy: 561-929-0650
SITE: http://incentivesrecoveryhouse.com/

The 12 step fellowship living facilities

Fellowship Living Facilities, Inc. is a nonprofit (501c3) organization dedicated to providing a structured sober living environment for men and women in recovery from Substance Use Disorder (SUD). The Men’s and Women’s Twelve Step Fellowship Recovery houses are managed by Fellowship Living Facilities Inc.

1180 SW 26th Ave, Ft. Lauderdale & 451 Banks Road, Margate
PHONE: (954) 972-9495
FAX: (954) 972-9526
EMAIL: menshouse@fellowshipliving.com
SITE: http://www.fellowshipliving.com/

JC’s Recovery Center

Drug Addiction Treatment Center in Hollywood, Florida

Recovery from drug or alcohol addiction may be one of the most difficult journeys your friend or loved one ever embarks on—yet the reward is a sweet one. The recovery process offers true freedom from addiction’s hold, and a life of joy, fullness, and well-being. At JC’s Recovery Center, A Drug Addiction Treatment Center in Hollywood, Florida, our passion is for providing a firm foundation for that recovery journey—a foundation built on faith. We offer PHP, IOP, and outpatient treatment for those looking to leave addiction behind and to replace it with something real and lasting.

1818 Sheridan Street, Hollywood FL 33020 United States
24 Hour Help and Admission Line: 844-JCHOUSE (855-511-1821)
PHONE: (844) 524-6873
SITE: https://www.jcrecoverycenter.com/

The Crossroads Club

Services and support for those struggling with addiction, such as group meetings and a life management training program, based in Delray Beach

PHONE: 561-278-8004
SITE: http://www.thecrossroadsclub.com/

Alcoholics Anonymous

Is an international fellowship of men and women who have had a drinking problem. It is nonprofessional, self-supporting, multiracial, apolitical, and available almost everywhere. There are no age or education requirements. Membership is open to anyone who wants to do something about his or her drinking problem.

24/7 Help Line
PHONE: (561) 655-5700
Intergroup Office
Office & Store Hours:
Monday to Friday: 9 am to 5 pm
Saturday: 10:00am to 2:00pm
Business Office: (561) 655-6431

1371 Old Okeechobee Road
West Palm Beach. FL 33401
EMAIL: pbciaa@bellsouth.net
http://www.aa-palmbeachcounty.org/

Above and Beyond Church

The purpose of Celebrate Recovery is to provide fellowship and to celebrate God’s healing power in our lives through the eight recovery principles found in the Beatitudes and Christ-centered 12 steps. By working these steps and applying the biblical principles found in the Beatitudes, we begin to grow spiritually. We become free from our addictive, compulsive, and negative behaviors. This freedom creates peace, serenity, joy, and most importantly, a stronger personal relationship with God and others.

CELEBRATE RECOVERY – FRIDAY NIGHTS:
Dinner – 6:00 – 6:45 pm
Worship – 7:00 pm
Teaching or Testimony – 7:30 pm
Small Groups – 8:00 pm
Solid Rock Cafe’ – 9:00 pm
Child Care Provided – 7:30 – 9:15 pm

STEP STUDY – WEDNESDAY NIGHTS
Women’s and Men’s Step Studies are the heart of Celebrate Recovery and this is where the hard work of an individual’s recovery is done. Conducted at the church, New Step Studies are started approximately twice a year.

Call (954) 304-0475 or (561) 498-0672 for more information.
7500 E Country Club Blvd, Boca Raton
PHONE: (561) 997-6109
SITE: https://www.aboveandbeyond.church/celebrate-recovery/

Counseling Services of Lake Worth

Provides substance abuse treatment, counseling, and the Batterer’s Intervention Program
PHONE: 561-547-0303
SITE: https://www.cslkw.org

Veteran Services

FREE Dental Services by FREEDOM DAY USA

NEXT EVENT ~ OCTOBER 14, 2021

Freedom Day USA is the United States of America’s largest Military and Veteran THANK YOU Movement!  This national event was founded by Dr. Robert Martino, owner of Wilson Martino Dental, West Virginia’s largest dental chain; and built upon by the members of The Platinum Circle, a group of elite dentists who practice throughout our country. Dr. Martino’s vision was to give the members of our Military a Freedom Day,  a day where we thanked them for giving us our Freedom.   The idea is to provide FREE services, goods, products, etc… as a Thank You for the sacrifice, service and FREEDOM which these men and women have provided to us.

CLICK HERE FOR INFO ON LOCATIONS, DATES and TIMES

PBC Human and Veterans Services

To provide, serve, and educate eligible residents of Palm Beach County through case management, social services, advocacy and community linkage thereby empowering the individual/family to improve their quality of life. Palm Beach County Division of Human Services offers services within four (4) Program Components: Emergency, Self-Sufficiency, Intervention and Homeless Services.

West Palm Beach Office: (561) 904-2549 or (561) 355-4775
North Office: (561) 355-4775
South Office: (561) 274-1130
West Office: (561) 996-1630

Operation Sacred Trust

Supportive Services for Veteran Families

The Operation Sacred Trust (“OST”) Program is charged with bringing unique approaches, experiences, and expertise to serve homeless and low-income Veterans in Miami-Dade and Broward counties, located in the heart of South Florida. Operation Sacred Trust is unique in that it combines proven traditional outreach and case management best practices with novel nontraditional service delivery methods. Funding for this initiative has been awarded by the Veterans Administration Supportive Services for Veteran Families program.

  • Emergency and Permanent Housing Solutions
  • Housing Services
  • Case Management Care
  • Relationship and Social Strengthening
  • Employment and Entrepreneurship Services
  • Education and Literacy Programs
  • Legal Services
  • Benefit Assistance
  • Healthcare Support

Contact Info:

(855) SSVF-411
855-778-3411
TEXT OST to 67076
Email: intake@411veterans.com  Website: https://www.411veterans.com/

The VET Center

4966 10TH Ave. No. Suite #6 Greenacres
How the West Palm Beach Vet Center can assist:

Vet Center counselors are available to help familiarize with readjustment counseling services for combat Veterans and family at NO cost.

  • West Palm Beach VA Medical Center Eligibility/Enrollment staff and OEF/OIF Program Staff.
  • Individual and group counseling for veterans and their families
  • Family counseling for military-related issues
  • Bereavement counseling for families who experience an active-duty death
  • Military sexual trauma counseling and referral
  • Substance abuse assessment and referral
  • Employment assessment and referral
  • Benefits explanation and referral
  • Screening and referral for medical issues including traumatic brain injury, depression, etc.
  • VA Vocational Rehabilitation Staff to assist with job training benefits.
  • Florida Department of Veterans Affairs Benefits and Assistance Staff.
  • Palm Beach County Veterans Service Officer(s).
  • Workforce Alliance Veterans Representative to assist with job searches.
  • Veterans Organizations Representatives.

For information, go to https://www.vetcenter.va.gov or call (561) 422-1220.

The 24-hour hotline for veterans in distress is (800) 273-8255

NORTH TAMPA BEHAVIORAL HEALTH

North Tampa Behavioral Health is a leading treatment program for individuals struggling with mental health & substance abuse issues. Located in Wesley Chapel, the expert staff at North Tampa provides lasting recovery through holistic care and comprehensive programming including inpatient, PHP, and IOP programs.

866-238-0894

https://www.northtampabehavioralhealth.com/

Senior Services:

Senior Services (Ages 60 & older):

Most homebound seniors in need of long-term care services prefer to get help in their homes. Experienced Case Managers provide assessments to determine senior’s individual needs and coordinate and manage inhome services. DOSS provides professional home visits. Our caring Case Managers will accommodate your schedule to provide the most convenient time for you. Home visits are conducted to review existing services and arrange additional in home assistance if needed. For additional information, please call the Division of Senior Services Administration Office at 561-355-4746.

Area Agency on Aging’s Elder Helpline:

SHINE is funded by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services and is administered by the Florida Department of Elder Affairs. SHINE volunteers provide free and unbiased information to Medicare beneficiaries, disabled adults, their caregivers, community groups and more. Need to speak with a SHINE Medicare counselor?

  • Call your local Helpline at 1-866-684-5885 and ask for the SHINE program. Counselors work by appointment only and are available to speak with you either over the phone or in-person.
  • Or visit online at https://www.floridaSHINE.org and click on your county to see upcoming events, community presentations, and counseling locations.

4400 N. Congress Avenue West Palm Beach
SITE: https://www.youragingresourcecenter.org/shine

Preventative Health Care:

Genesis Health Care Boca Raton |600 S. Dixie Hwy, Suite #103   33432.  |

Phone: 561.430.3629
Website: https://www.gencomhealth.org/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GenesisCommunityHealth/

ADULT HEALTH CARE GENESIS

Every family has ongoing healthcare needs, from routine check-ups and sports physicals to management of chronic conditions and urgent care for illnesses and injuries. Our medical staff is ready to help with your short-term and long-term healthcare issues. As a Federally Qualified Community Health Center, Genesis Community Health accepts all patients, regardless of their income or insurance. We provide a triage of medical doctors, family nurse practitioners, and other support staff who are happy to assist you. We also have a team of OB/GYN, dental, behavioral health, and other specialties to make your visit an all-inclusive experience.

Our services include Annual check-ups, Sick visits, Preventative care, Chronic disease management, Immunization, Diagnostic laboratory services.

In addition, Genesis offers FREE HIV rapid testing in and outside our medical sites. It’s a way to find out your HIV status within minutes. STI testing, including Hepatitis C and syphilis for all patients. Getting tested regularly for sexually transmitted infections is an important part of routine healthcare if you are sexually active.

For your convenience, Genesis offers Same-day appointments, Evening and weekend hours, Clinic in Boynton Beach.

To help you pay for the visit, we accept Most insurance plans, For the uninsured, we offer an affordable sliding fee, an income-based scale. Genesis is your partner in wellness.

CHILDREN HEALTH CARE GENESIS

Genesis Community Health enhances the lives of all children and their families by delivering the highest quality pediatric health care in a compassionate and healthy environment. Our well-rounded medical staff provides care through the different stages of your child’s life, from infancy into maturity. We are open to all in the community. As a Federally Qualified Community Health Center, Genesis accepts all patients, regardless of your income or insurance. As a partner in your child’s health, we teach families not only about illnesses, but also about growth, behavior and development, to help them raise happy, healthy children who grow into happy, healthy adults. Knowing that every child is unique, our physicians and staff offer personalized guidance, support and advice for each family, through these and other services: Routine child wellness exams, Sick visits, Immunizations, School physicals, Preventative care, Chronic disease management, Diagnostic laboratory services.

For your convenience, Genesis offers Same-day appointments, Evening and weekend hours, Clinic in Boynton Beach.

To help you pay for the visit, we accept Most insurance plans. For the uninsured, we offer an affordable sliding fee, an income-based scale. Our goal is to partner with you to achieve the best care for your child.

WOMEN’S GENESIS HEALTH CARE

Women have unique healthcare needs that require specialized attention. Genesis Community Health managing all aspects of women’s health care, dedicated to taking care of female patients from adolescence through menopause. As a Federally Qualified Community Health Center, Genesis accepts all patients, regardless of their income or insurance. Our staff of physicians and providers offer decades of experience in obstetrics and gynecology and offers these and other services: Annual check-ups and pap smears, Family planning/contraceptive management, Prenatal/postnatal Care, Infectious disease testing, breast and cervical cancer screening, Lab services for routine bloodwork done in our clinics.

In addition, Genesis offers FREE HIV rapid testing in and outside our medical sites. It’s a way to find out your HIV status within minutes. STI testing, including Hepatitis C and syphilis for all patients. Getting tested regularly for sexually transmitted infections is an important part of routine healthcare if you are sexually active.

For your convenience, Genesis offers Same-day appointments, Weekend hours, Clinic in Boynton Beach.

To help you pay for the visit, we accept most insurance plans. For the uninsured, we offer an affordable sliding fee, an income-based scale. Our aim is to offer women the very best medical care in a safe, secure, and comfortable environment.

Genesis Community Dental Boca Raton

181 Crawford Blvd, Boca Raton
Phone: 561. 235.5477

Caridad Center

Dental Clinic, a free clinic west of Boynton Beach for patients and families who don’t have insurance Web: http://www.caridad.org/healthcare/ 
Phone: 561-853-1634

Community Health Center of West Palm Beach

Provides non-emergency medical and eye care to people without health insurance.
Web: http://www.freehealthcarewpb.org/  
Phone: 561-840-8681

Free or Discounted Prescriptions:

Publix Pharmacy Free Medication Program

Before you buy medications, see if you can get them free. Publix offers a variety of prescription medications
free for as long as your doctor prescribes them, 30 days’ worth at a time. Those include:
Metformin (for diabetes).
Lisinopril (for high blood pressure).
Amlodipine (for high blood pressure and angina).
Publix also offers a free 14-day supply of some common antibiotics:
Amoxicillin
Ampicillin
Sulfamethoxazole/Trimethoprim (SMZ-TMP)
Ciprofloxacin (excluding Ciprofloxacin XR)
Penicillin VK

The fine print.
These meds and antibiotics are free for as long your doctor prescribes them. You can get up to 90 days for maintenance meds and 14 days for antibiotics. Need more antibiotics after 14 days? Ask your doctor to send in another prescription, and you’ll get that one free too. Certain restrictions may apply. Please see your pharmacist for details. Publix reserves the right to modify the terms of, and medications covered by, the Publix Pharmacy free medications program at any time, and such terms are subject to change without notice.​

Link: https://ww4.publix.com/pharmacy-wellness/pharmacy/pharmacy-services/medication-savings

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Food:

Soup Kitchens and Served Meals:

Boca Helping Hands
1500 Northwest 1st Court, Boca Raton
PHONE: (561) 417-0913
Lunch: Monday–Saturday 11:00AM–12:30PM | Dinner: Thursdays 4:30PM–6:00PM

(Please note: Families only admitted for dinner.)
SITE: https://www.bocahelpinghands.org

Changing Lives/First United Methodist Church
Saturday’s Changing Lives Homeless Outreach program.
Breakfast: Saturday 9:00AM | Lunch: Saturday 11:00AM

The Soup Kitchen
8645 West Boynton Beach Boulevard, Boynton Beach
TSK freely provides…
• Hot Food to eat-in and take-out
• Bags of Groceries
• Clothing
• Furniture
• Diapers for Babies & Seniors
• Immunizations
• English classes
• Toys for children
• Christmas Santa Visit
• Thanksgiving Turkeys & Staples
PHONE: (561)732-7595
SITE: https://thesoupkitchen.org/
Monday–Saturday 9:00AM–12:00PM

St. Ann Place – Outreach Center
2107 North Dixie Highway, West Palm Beach, FL 33407
(561) 805-7708www.stannplace.org
The Outreach Center of Historical St. Ann Church, serving homeless women and men. Sister Katie Frank, SSND
Health Care Program Director. Direct Line: 561-932-1005.
They assist you with clothes, a shower, ID & Birth Certificate.
Breakfast: Monday–Friday 8:00AM–9:00AM Lunch: Monday–Friday 10:00AM–11:30AM

St. Gregory’s Episcopal Church
100 NE Mizner Blvd, Boca Raton, FL 33432
PHONE: (561) 395-8285
SITE: https://stgregorysepiscopal.org/
Sunday lunch at 1:15 pm weekly and 4th Sunday of the month dinner at 4:30 pm.

St. George’s Episcopal Church
21 West 22nd Street, Riviera Beach
PHONE: (561) 844-7713
SITE: https://stgeorges.dioswfl.org/
Lunch: Monday–Friday 11:30AM–12:30PM | Dinner: Monday–Friday 5:30PM–6:30PM

Trinity United Methodist Church
1401 9th Street, West Palm Beach
PHONE: (561) 386-9897
SITE: http://www.trinitypbg.org/
Breakfast: Tuesdays & Fridays 6:00AM–8:00AM | Dinner for Seniors: Tuesdays 5:00PM–7:00PM

Caring Kitchen
Caring Kitchen Update: Our meal preparation has moved to Cason United Methodist Church in Delray Beach. We are grateful to our friends at Cason for allowing us to use their kitchen to prepare Caring Kitchen meals. A search for a more permanent space for meal preparation is ongoing. If you have questions on our search for a permanent meal-prep kitchen, please contact Rev. Juanita Bryant Goode, Director of Engagement.

For more information about The Caring Kitchen contact: Shona Castillo (561) 278-0918.
342 N. Swinton Ave., Delray Beach

Food Pantries:

Trinity Church International Lake Worth
Restoration Bridge International Food Ministry

2341 South Military Trail, West Palm Beach
(828) 414-3546
Saturdays 9:00AM–1:00PM
Joins with other churches to supply hot food in the back parking lot of Community of Hope Church. Food pantry
will be at Community of Hope Church.

St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church Care Ministry & Food Pantry

Strives to alleviate emergency needs and improve the quality of life, both spiritually and physically, for those seeking assistance and help them become more
productive members of our society.
370 SW Third Street, Boca Raton
PHONE: (561) 962-6000 or (561) 392-0007
EMAIL: info_church@stjoan.org
SITE: https://stjoan.org/

St. Ambrose Catholic Church Care Ministry & Food Pantry

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS — Every Monday evening at 7:30 pm in the Downstairs Parish Hall.
Church Address: 380 S. Federal Highway, Deerfield Beach, FL 33441
Mailing Address: PO Box 999, Deerfield Beach, FL 33443
Email: stambrosedeerfield@yahoo.com
Web Page: https://stambrosedeerfieldbeach.com
PHONE: (954) 427-2225

Peniel Food Pantry
Peniel Community Food Pantry

The mission of the Food Pantry is to distribute food to the needy and refer them to other community organizations for social services that may help them improve their lives and achieve self-sufficiency.

NOTICE: The Food Pantry has been suspended until we can find a new location to distribute the food. If you have or know a location that is big enough to hold food/grocery for approx. 200-300 people, please call 561-951-7079.

Worship Center: 2140 Scott Avenue, West Palm Beach, FL 33409
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 531203, Lake Park, FL 33403
PHONE: (561) 951-7079
EMAIL: pastorstecker@yahoo.com
SITE: www.penielinaction.org OR www.facebook.com/penielinaction

Jacobson Family Food Pantry

The Jacobson Family Food Pantry delivers non-perishable groceries, some fresh fruits and vegetables and challah every other week free of charge to people experiencing serious financial difficulties. Founded in 1996, the Food Pantry was established to ensure that no individual or family in our community goes hungry.

21300 Ruth & Baron Coleman Blvd, Boca Raton, Florida 33428
Phone: (561) 852-3333 | Fax: (561) 852-3332
Satellite Office: Shirley & Barton Weisman Delray Community Center
7091 West Atlantic Avenue, Delray Beach, Florida 33446
Phone: (561) 558-2100

Cross Community Food Pantry

REQUIREMENTS TO RECEIVE A FULL ALLOTMENT OF FOOD FROM OUR FOOD PANTRIES:
Bring photo ID. Call 211 to verify hours of operation.
3677 23rd Avenue South, #B-101
Lake Worth, FL 33461
PHONE: (561) 233-9009
EMAIL: info@crosministries.org
SITE: https://www.crosministries.org/food-pantries/

Food Stamps:

FOOD ASSISTANCE (SNAP) ACCESS Florida

The Food Assistance Program helps people with low-income buy healthy food. Individuals must pass all eligibility rules to get food assistance benefits.
Customer Call Center – Agents available: 8am to 5pm Mon-Fri
850-300-4323
Florida Relay 711 or
TTY 1-800-955-8771
FAX: 1-866-886-4342
Mailing Address:
ACCESS Central Mail Center
P.O. Box 1770
Ocala, FL 34478-1770
https://www.myflfamilies.com/service-programs/access/food-assistance-and-suncap.shtml
Apply online:  https://dcf-access.dcf.state.fl.us/access/index.do

 

Other local hot meal/brown bag resources:

The Salvation Army In Palm Beach County

The Salvation Army translates its faith into action by offering programs and services. The many programs offered in Palm Beach County include transitional housing for homeless males and homeless male veterans, social services, holiday assistance, youth programming, athletics and so much more.

Contact The Salvation Army in Palm Beach County:

  • Area Command: 2100 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33409   561- 686-3530
  • West Palm Beach Center for Worship & Service: 2122 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33409  561-686-3530
  • North West Community Center: 600 North Rosemary Avenue West Palm Beach, FL 33401 561-833-6767
  • Boca Raton Center for Worship & Service: 300 SW 2nd Avenue Boca Raton, FL 33432  561-391-1344
  • Lake Worth Center for Worship & Service: 4051 Kirk Road Lake Worth, FL 33460 561-968-8189
  • Center of Hope: 1577 North Military Trail  West Palm Beach, FL 33409 561-682-1118
  • Residential Re-Entry Center: 1577 North Military Trail West Palm Beach, FL 33409 561-689-1212
  • West Palm Beach Family Store: 655 North Military Trail West Palm Beach, FL 33409 561-683-3513
  • Lake Worth Family Store: 4001 Kirk Road Lake Worth, FL 33460 561-642-1927

 

Boynton Beach Community Church

9515 Boynton Beach Blvd
Boynton Beach, FL 33472

PHONE: (561)733-9400
EMAIL: bbccmail@bellsouth.net
SITE: https://www.bbcconline.com/

We gather every Saturday morning to prepare burritos and sort clothes to share with our homeless friends at Bryant Park in Lake Worth. Once everything is prepared, we head to the park to share some good food, some clean clothes, some laughs, some tears, and a Bible study with whoever wants to listen.

Catholic Charities

(844)848-6777

Hunger/Homelessness (561)345-2007

Indian River County (772)770-3039

 

Extended Hands Community Outreach

The Neighborhood Connection Program provides basic necessities, such as food and clothing, to families in West Palm Beach.
http://www.ehcopbc.org  561-315-5463

Food Not Bombs West Palm Beach

Shares free vegetarian food to the public every Saturday in Downtown West Palm Beach and Lake Worth.

Opens Saturday 4:30 PM-5:00 PM

EMAIL: florida.carmen@gmail.com

Facebook: Food Not Bombs West Palm Beach

SITE: http://www.foodnotbombs.net/

 

CROS Ministries

Food programs, pantries and other hunger-related services 
http://www.crosministries.org/  or call 561-233-9009

Serves the hungry in Palm Beach and Martin Counties through community collaborations.

3677 23rd Avenue South, #B-101, Lake Worth

PHONE: (561)233-9009 x108

For families with children 5–18. Serves lunches 5 days a week at local churches on Delray Beach and provides weekend bag lunches and dinners on Sunday evenings:

Mondays 12:00PM–1:00PM

Resurrection Life Fellowship

209 Southwest 5th Avenue, Delray Beach

PHONE: 561-272-0376 – https://www.rlfcog.org/

 

Tuesdays 12:00PM–1:00PM

Cason United Methodist Church

342 North Swinton Avenue,  Delray  Beach (Corner Lake Ida & Swinton – Enter on south side)

 

Wednesdays 12:00PM–1:00PM

St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church

404 Southwest 3rd Street, Delray Beach Parish Hall across street from sanctuary

 

Thursdays 12:00PM–1:00PM

Cason United Methodist Church

342 North Swinton Avenue,  Delray  Beach (Corner Lake Ida & Swinton – Enter on south side)

 

Fridays 12:00PM–1:00PM

St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church

404 Southwest 3rd Street, Delray Beach (Parish Hall across street from sanctuary)

 

Saturdays 9:00AM–9:30AM

Bag Lunches at Cason UMC

342 North Swinton Avenue, Delray Beach (Corner Lake Ida & Swinton)

 

Sundays 5:00PM–5:30PM

Delray Beach Haitian United Church Of The Nazarene 338 Northwest 6th Avenue, Delray Beach

Mental Health:

MENTAL HEALTH INFORMATION

Mental Health Association (561)801-4357
Genesis Community Behavioral Health

If you or one of your loved ones suffer from Major Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Grief/Loss, trauma, or need substance abuse recovery counseling, then our Genesis Community Behavioral Health Team is more than happy to assist.
We use a holistic, strengths-based, empowerment approach to behavioral health treatment which explores the biological, social and psychological needs and wants of every patient in our care.
Our warm, compassionate, licensed behavioral health providers and Master of Social Work intern students provide on-site individual psychotherapy with the goal of helping those patients whose behavioral health issues have impacted their ability to maintain their family, work, and personal lives.
We aim to meet each patient’s unique needs by integrating behavioral health, medical and dental services to create a process for hope and healing.
As a Federally Qualified Community Health Center, Genesis Community Health accepts all patients, regardless of your income or insurance

We treat a broad array of behavioral health issues, intertwined with Family/Children social services, Community referrals for continuity of care, HIV/AIDS/Outreach services, Crisis Intervention.

For your convenience, Genesis Community Health offers Same-day appointments, Evening hours.

To help you pay for the visit, we accept Most insurance plans. For the uninsured, we offer an affordable sliding fee, income-based scale. If you or your loved one is in immediate danger, please call 911 or go to the nearest emergency department.

No matter if you need someone to talk to or are seeking care for an emotional or psychological condition, we will get you the help you need.

Mental Health America of Palm Beach County 

Mental Health America of Palm Beach County was founded in 1958 in Downtown West Palm Beach, and has been a voice for change for over 60 years. Today we’re focused on creating supportive communities for adults living with mental health conditions and providing care for those with untreated mental illness living on the streets of West Palm Beach. Our mission is to create a supportive community where all people can flourish.

Street Clinic | 720 8th Street, West Palm Beach, FL 33401
Peer Place Fern Street Clubhouse | 909 Fern Street, West Palm Beach, FL 33401
Peer Place Glades Clubhouse | 19 Everglades Street, Belle Glade, FL 33407
Peer Place North Support Center | 4400 N Congress Avenue, Suite 200, West Palm Beach, FL 33430
Main: (561) 832-3755

info@mentalhealthpbc.org

https://mentalhealthpbc.org/

National Alliance on Mental Illness Palm Beach County

NAMI PBC is a nonprofit, volunteer-run organization dedicated to providing education, support and advocacy, with the goal to empower individuals living with mental illness and their families, and to eliminate the associated stigma.

WE’RE HERE TO HELP!

Please reach out for support, educational materials, advocacy questions and concerns, to share your story, or with any other general question or concern. To reach our office, call or text 561-588-3477, or fill out the form on our Contact Us page. If your life or someone else’s is in imminent danger, please call 911.

Mollie Wilmot Center – Palm Healthcare Pavilion
5205 Greenwood Avenue, Suite 110
West Palm Beach, FL 33407

Phone:  561-588-3477

https://namipbc.org/

 

South County Mental Health Center, Inc.

We pride ourselves on the delivery of high quality behavioral health and substance abuse care to people of all ages and incomes in Palm Beach County, south of Southern Boulevard.

South County Mental Health Center is a state-chartered, nonprofit health care organization in operation in Florida since 1974. As such, we depend on local support to continue to make a
difference in the lives of adults, children, and families in our communities. In these difficult times, we want to be the care provider you trust for the well-being of your loved ones.

16158 South Military Trail
Delray Beach, Florida 33484
Monday – Friday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Emergency screenings & crisis services are available 24/7
*(some services are offered by appointment only)
561-495-0522 (Main)
561-637-2102 (Intake / Crisis)

We welcome your inquiries. You can reach out to us at:

SCMHC@scmhcinc.org

If this is an emergency or crisis situation, do not email.  Please call (561) 637-2102.

https://www.scmhcinc.org/

Lighthouse for the Blind of the Palm Beaches

Lighting the Way for People with Visual Impairments

The Lighthouse assists persons with visual impairments to develop their capabilities to the fullest, and to utilize them in the pursuits of life, which are the right and privilege of all.

5601 Corporate Way, #210
West Palm Beach, FL 33407
Phone: (561) 586-5600
Fax: (561) 845-8022

https://lhpb.org/

The Faulk Center for Counseling

We provide a warm, accepting, and confidential environment where people who are dealing with life’s problems are helped to make changes or to cope more effectively with things that they cannot change. Our mission is to promote emotional well-being though a variety of free and low-cost programs such as psychological and mental health consultation, therapy, and support.

22455 Boca Rio Road, Boca Raton, FL 33433 (Serving South Florida, Palm Beach County & Broward County)
PHONE: 561-483-5300
FAX: 561-483-5325
EMAIL: center@faulkcenterforcounseling.org
SITE: www.faulkcenterforcounseling.org
FaceBook: Faulk Center for Counseling

South County Mental Health Center

A major provider of mental health services to residents of South Palm Beach County, Florida. These include psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, nurses, mental health counselors, marriage and family therapists, activities therapists, mental health technicians, and administrative support professionals. Our staff delivers sound clinical treatment with compassion and sensitivity.

16158 S Military Trail, Delray Beach, Fl., 33484
PHONES: 561-737- 8400
561-637- 2102 (intake)
561-495- 0522 (emergency)
EMAIL: SCMHC@scmhcinc.org
SITE: https://www.scmhcinc.org/

Portner Counseling Group

Licensed Mental Health Counselors at Portner Counseling Group in Pompano, Florida are waiting to assist you through the therapy you need to help improve your life. As a licensed and certified specialist, we are here to meet the needs of any mental health patients as they begin their journey to a better life. What exactly makes us specialists? Our counselors have the licenses, certificates, and work experience necessary to develop an understanding for each individual and the mental health care which they need. As a licensed mental health counselors and CAP, we have developed the skills necessary to assist any individual in overcoming any mental crisis they are experiencing.

3170 N. Federal Highway, Suite 100 D
Lighthouse Point, FL 33064
PHONE: (954) 895-6263
SITE: https://portnercounseling.com/


The NAMI HelpLine is a free, nationwide peer-support service providing information, resource referrals and support to people living with a mental health conditions, their family members and caregivers, mental health providers and the public. HelpLine staff and volunteers are experienced, well-trained and able to provide guidance.

  • They understand, many from their own experiences, listen and offer support.
  • They are informed on NAMI Programs, NAMI Support Groups and locate your local NAMI Affiliate.
  • They are trained to help identify the best resource options for your individual concern.
  • They are knowledgeable and a source of accurate information about relevant topics.
  • They care.

To contact the NAMI HelpLine, please call 800-950-NAMI (6264), Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., ET, or send an email to info@nami.org

            https://www.nami.org/help

FHE HEALTH

FHE Health is a healthcare institution that delivers quality, medically integrated personalized treatment for those suffering from Behavioral Health Disorders. We are located in Deerfield Beach, Florida. We are proud to ethically serve the South Florida community as well as the nation with our healthcare services. We specialize in addictive disorders and other behavioral health diagnoses such as mood disorders, depressionanxiety, and traumatic disorders. We employ a team of highly qualified, compassionate individuals who share in the desire to serve this vulnerable population. We provide innovative treatment by creating an environment that promotes healing and optimized learning.

Call for Immediate Help: (844) 299-0618

https://fherehab.com/

 

Hospitals (If you need immediate help call 911):

Boca Raton Regional Hospital

800 Meadows Rd, Boca Raton, FL 33486
(561) 955-7100 – https://www.brrh.com/

 

Bethesda Hospital East/Heart Hospital

2815 South Seacrest Boulevard, Boynton Beach, FL 33435

(561) 737-7733 – https://www.bethesdaheart.org/contact-us

 

Bethesda Hospital West

9655 W. Boynton Beach Blvd. Boynton Beach, FL 33472

(561) 336-7000 – https://www.bethesdawest.org/

 

Delray Medical Center

5352 Linton Boulevard, Delray Beach, FL 33484

(561) 498-4440 – https://www.delraymedicalctr.com/

 

Lakeside Medical Center

39200 Hooker Highway, Belle Glade, FL 33430

(561) 996-6571 – https://www.hcdpbc.org/for-patients/hospital

 

West Boca Medical Center

21644 Florida 7, Boca Raton, FL 33428

(561) 488-8000 – https://www.westbocamedctr.com/

Bible Study Fellowships:

First United Methodist Church
625 NE Mizner Blvd. Boca Raton, FL., 33432

  • There are Bible Class at First United Methodist Church on Wednesday from 6pm-7pm. Maybe we can get a group together to go tomorrow with our bible committee?
  • You can reach Dyane at 561-479-2552 for any details

 

Employment & Job Training Opportunities:

Organizations Offering Employment & Job Training Programs

Career Source Palm Beach County

Career centers are critical facilities for placing thousands of job seekers in positions that range from entry-level
opportunities to the executive suite.

During Your Visit
To maintain a professional environment and setting, and to ensure that job seekers are always prepared for immediate referrals to employment interviews, appropriate business dress is required. When visiting a CareerSource Palm Beach County Career Center, please:
• Dress for a job interview during every visit. Shorts, cut-offs, crop tops/bare midriffs and flip flops/beach sandals are not permitted.
• Have available your valid identification, such as a driver’s license, when you enter the Career Center.
• Be courteous to others. Turn off, silence or set your cell phone to vibrate.
Food, beverages or tobacco products are not permitted inside CareerSource Palm Beach County Career Centers.

Services at the career centers include:
• Career Consulting: Learn from the experts. Our career consultants can help tailor your employment needs.
• Job Search: Workshops and assistance on how to access hundreds of jobs.
• Hiring Events: Onsite and offsite, we connect businesses directly with job seekers at hiring events.
• Computers & Faxes: Our computers and fax machines can be used at no cost to you.
• Priority of Service: Have you served? You may be eligible to receive priority of service at all of our career centers.
• Specialized Programs: We have specialized departments for persons with disabilities, veterans, youth and more!

NOTE: In some cases we can provide clothing. If you need assistance to meet the suggested dress code, please visit the nearby thrift stores listed below, who have worked with us in the past.

Gulfstream Goodwill Industries
Address: 4895 Okeechobee Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33417
Phone: 561.478.8824 – Hours: Monday-Saturday: 9AM-8PM, Sunday: 10AM-6PM

The Salvation Army
Address: 655 North Military Trail, West Palm Beach, FL 33415
Phone: 561.683.3513 – Hours: Monday-Saturday: 10AM-6PM, Sunday: Closed

Central Career Center Delray Career Cottage
3400 Belvedere Road West Palm Beach, FL 33406
PHONE: (561) 340-1060

West Career Center
1085 South Main Street Belle Glade, FL 33430
PHONE: (561) 829-2040

Delray Career Cottage
186 NW 5th Ave Delray Beach, FL., 33444
PHONE: (561) 727-3399

SITE: https://www.careersourcepbc.com/ – EMAIL: jobs@careersourcepbc.com

Pathways2Work

With over 20 years of experience, we have created a system that leads to proven results. We are experts in the field of matching people with the right job. Our services are intensive and thorough and lead to long-term success for both the employer and employee.

Our team of experts works carefully with each applicant to assess their career goals, current skill level, and to create a program that will help them achieve employment success. Our high-quality and targeted training program starts with an assessment, continues through goal planning, and leads to the candidate acquiring all the necessary resources for successful employment.

Through our Employment Readiness program, we are able to offer job preparation training to those in need. We don’t see the challenges that our candidates have as being a barrier to successful employment. Rather, we focus on providing them with the skills they need to succeed, contribute, and be proud of what they have to offer!

5493 Wiles Rd. Suite 104, Coconut Creek, FL 33073

PHONE: (954) 548-5591
SITE: https://pathways2work.org/
FaceBook: Pathways 2 Work

Boca Helping Hands – Free Job Training Programs

Our Job Training Programs have been strategically selected and structured to help our clients successfully enter the job market or advance in the workplace. Prospective students can qualify for full scholarships in a variety of training programs, including:

  • Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
  • Commercial Driver’s License
  • Customer Service Representative
  • Home Health Aide
  • Hospitality
  • IT Help Desk Technician
  • Medical Billing & Coding

These can be completed in a relatively short period of time, earning certifications in high-demand employment industries.

For more information or to apply for enrollment contact:

Trina Chin Cheong | Director of Programs
1500 NW 1st Ct, Boca Raton, FL 33432
EMAIL: Trina@bocahelpinghands.org
PHONE: (561) 417-0913 ext:203
SITE: https://www.bocahelpinghands.org/job-training

St. Ann Place – Outreach Center

2107 North Dixie Highway, West Palm Beach,  FL 33407
PHONE: (561)805-7708
SITE: www.stannplace.org

The Outreach Center of Historical St. Ann Church, serving homeless women and men. They assist you with clothes, a shower, ID & Birth Certificate.

The Lord’s Place

Employment & Training

Café Joshua benefits low-income populations by providing comprehensive job training and employment services to at-risk job seekers that would otherwise remain unemployed and homeless or at risk of homelessness.

Through Café Joshua, low-income participants acquire vocational competencies and cognitive-behavioral techniques to prepare them for successful entry-level employment in Palm Beach County’s food service, retail, and administrative clerical positions. They learn communication, conflict resolution, and life skills. They receive instruction in computer literacy, resume writing, and job interviewing. They benefit from numerous complementary supportive services, including life coaching, literacy tutoring, financial coaching, and unique, cutting-edge soft skills instruction.  They are connected to meaningful job leads through employers that have been cultivated by Café Joshua’s job development component. And they are supported in their employment through one-on-one job coaching and job retention counseling.

Our Employment Services program offers comprehensive assistance designed to prepare participants for employment. They include transitional work experience, education, job coaching and assistance securing and maintaining employment. The program also includes two Social Enterprise businesses, Joshua Catering Company and Joshua Thrift Store, which serve as real-life employment training opportunities for homeless program participants.

If you are currently in need of our services, please contact Jim Rhoads at jrhoads@thelordsplace.org or call (561) 578-4840.

Looking for Employment? Not sure what you want to do? Visit the link below and explore the possibilities! No Hassel! No Ads!  Just Jobs!

https://www.virtualcareersystem.com

2808 N Australian Ave, West Palm Beach
PHONE: (561) 494-0125, x. #1111
EMAIL: lunchandlearn@thelordsplace.org
SITE: https://thelordsplace.org/what-we-do/employment-training/


Career resources for felons. Felons can get trucking licenses as well.

https://www.collegeconsensus.com/resources/career/highest-paying-jobs-for-felons/


Top 10 Best Websites For Jobs

CareerBuilder

CareerBuilder is one of the largest job boards, providing job listings, resume posting, and career advice and resources to job seekers. CareerBuilder secures job listings directly from employers and has expanded local listings by partnering with many newspapers to incorporate their online classifieds. CareerBuilder integrates useful information about scores of career paths and valuable advice about career development and job searching. The site uses the latest AI technology to connect workers with opportunities.

Dice

Dice is the leading site for tech job seekers. You can search by company, job title, keyword, employment type, and location. Registered users can upload a resume, get salary information, store resumes and cover letters, and track jobs.Tech workers can complete profiles and let an extensive network of employers find them based on their skills and experience.Career advice and news relevant to tech job seekers is also provided on the site.

Glassdoor

Glassdoor is a career community that helps people find jobs and companies that recruit top talent. Glassdoor members can see the latest job listings and get access to user-generated content, including company-specific ratings and reviews, interview questions, and more. Glassdoor is an industry leader on salary information by company and job type.

Google for Jobs

Google for Jobs is a product from Google that aims to help job seekers find job listings that are right for them. Google for Jobs is a job search engine that compiles listings from many different sources, including other job search engines. Instead of using a specific job search site, users can simply type a job into their Google search bar. Google then pulls up related listings. Users can then narrow their search by type of job, location, company type, date posted, and more. The site integrates the functionality of other job sites such as CareerBuilder to enable users to directly apply for open jobs.

Idealist

Idealist is the premier clearinghouse for information on full-time, internship, and volunteer positions within the non-profit sector. You can target organizations by the issues that they deal with such as homelessness or the environment and search for positions by job function.
Registered users can also identify groups of interest and communicate with other members for networking purposes.

Indeed

Indeed is a leading job site with millions of job listings from thousands of websites, including company career sites, job boards, newspaper classifieds, associations, and other online sources of job postings. Users can also upload a resume and get a personalized resume link to share with employers. You can also apply for jobs, research salaries and job trends, set up job alerts, and use Indeed’s job search app for mobile job hunting. Users can gain firsthand insight into employment dynamics though an extensive selection of company reviews completed by employees and job seekers.

LinkedIn

LinkedIn connects the world’s professionals to make them more productive and successful. LinkedIn is the largest professional network on the Internet. You can search for jobs, identify contacts at employers who are advertising vacancies, and follow companies of interest on LinkedIn. Users can incorporate portfolio samples within their profile to showcase their credentials for prospective employers. The site is very popular with employers who review the profiles of talented workers who are not necessarily actively seeking new opportunities. LinkedIn works particularly well for strong candidates conducting a passive job search where they want employers to find them.

LinkUp

If you want to avoid spam, scams, and duplicate job listings, LinkUp is the job site for you. LinkUp only posts jobs provided on company websites, furnishing applicants with jobs which may not be advertised on other job boards. Because the jobs come directly from company sites, you can be sure they are current openings. Job seekers are linked directly to employer websites where they can apply online.

Upwork

Upwork has tapped the trend towards freelance labor and gig-based opportunities by creating a marketplace to connect freelancers with employers who have projects to offer. Freelance workers can search for projects based on categories like web and software development, data science and analytics, admin support, writing, sales/marketing, design/creative, customer service, legal, and accounting/consulting. Freelancers can also post profiles and be found by employers looking for their expertise.

ZipRecruiter

ZipRecruiter uses innovative technology to learn about your job preferences as you apply for jobs in their extensive inventory of openings. Users then receive notices of jobs that meet their preferences. The site presents industry-leading salary information about targeted jobs and showcases trending companies, cities, and job categories.

Specialty/Niche Job Sites

Niche job websites are an excellent resource for finding job openings that aren’t always listed on other sites. There are too many great niche job websites to list them all, but here are some favorites that are especially useful for job seekers.

Craigslist Jobs

Eh? Craigslist? Yep—the much vilified online classifieds site gets lots of love among the job search websites. Why? Employers tend to shudder at the spam on big job sites. That makes Craigslist a nice homespun option to post jobs. It’s kind of like the old time print classifieds.

US Jobs:

US.jobs is the job boards arm of the National Association of State Workforce Agencies (NASWA). It’s got an easy interface and very little spam. Great for government jobs. It also packs a Veterans Job Search for military-to-civilian job seekers.

RobertHalf:

RobertHalf is primarily a staffing agency. It also hosts one of the more popular job search engines. Their job finder website’s selection is thinner than other job websites. Some users also complain their scattershot approach may irritate potential employers.

SNAG (Formerly Snagajob):

Looking for hourly work? Snag might be your fav of all the top job sites. It specializes in non-salary positions. Their coolest feature? When they don’t find matching jobs, they provide surprisingly appropriate near-misses.

MONSTER:

Monster job search gets a lot of dislikes among top job sites users for its high spam rate. That said, there’s a lot of good job opportunities. It’s got a great job selection. Plus, it lets you block your resume from current employers.

Transportation:

PBC Palm Tran:

Public Transportation
3201 Electronics Way, WPB
PHONE: 561-841-4200
SITE: http://discover.pbcgov.org/palmtran/Pages/Contact-Us.aspx

Palm Tran CONNECTION:
Independence through mobility
50 S. Military Trail, Suite 101, WPB
PHONE: 561-649-9838 or 877-870-9849
SITE: http://discover.pbcgov.org/palmtran/Pages/Contact-Us.aspx

Boca Helping Hands – The Bus Pass Program is administered through Boca Helping Hands Resource Center. If you’re interested in receiving discounted bus passes, please feel free to come in on any Tuesday morning (9 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.) and ask to talk to the “Bus Pass guys.” A member of the three-person team (Steve Fishman, Mike Genick and Howard Cohen) will be available to distribute passes and answer any questions you may have.
1500 NW 1st Ct, Boca Raton
PHONE: 561-417-0913 x 203
SITE: https://www.bocahelpinghands.org/news/boca-helping-hands-bus-pass-program

Services For Disable Individuals:

Agency for Persons with Disabilities

The Agency for Persons with Disabilities (APD) became an agency separate from the Department of Children and Families, specifically tasked with serving the needs of Floridians with developmental disabilities. The agency serves more than 50,000 Floridians with the following disabilities:
• People severely impaired by autism
• Cerebral palsy
• Spina bifida
• Intellectual disabilities
• Down syndrome
• Prader-Willi syndrome
• Phelan-McDermid syndrome
• Children age 3-5 who are at a high risk of a developmental disability

APD Southeast Region Office
111 South Sapodilla Avenue
Suite 204, West Palm Beach, FL 33401
Phone: 1 (844) 766-7520
Fax: (561) 837-5598

Southeast Region Staff
Rita Castor – Southeast Region Director
Fort Lauderdale Field 10 Office
201 West Broward Blvd.
Suite 305, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33301
Phone: (954) 467-4218
Fax: (954) 467-4325
http://apd.myflorida.com/

DISABLED
Agency for Persons with Disabilities (561)837-5564
If the individual was diagnosed as developmentally disabled before the age of 18, they can apply for housing assistance and other services.
Coalition for Independent Living Options
(800) 683-7337 or (561) 966-4288
Services for disabled individuals (not a shelter). I Can Living and Learning Center’s

Coalition for Independent Living Options
(800) 683-7337 or (561) 966-4288
Services for disabled individuals (not a shelter).

I Can Living and Learning Center’s
Employment Program provides an opportunity for individuals with disabilities to secure suitable employment. The Employment Specialists help participants learn how to do the following: identify an employment goal, properly complete an employment application, prepare a resume, prepare for an interview, utilize appropriate job search methods and, most importantly, help maintain employment. We provide follow-up services and also provide post employment services to those with significant disabilities. Our approach is to negotiate career/vocational options for vocationally disadvantaged persons. We achieve this by creating a partnership between local employers and I Can Living and Learning Center Vocational Coaches. Partnerships are formed by utilizing methods in the fields of vocational rehabilitation, counseling,
marketing and sales. The Employment Specialist is dedicated to meeting the needs of our participants who are looking for meaningful jobs in community settings and the employers who look for trained, reliable, and capable employees.

Disability discrimination occurs when an employer treats a qualified individual with a disability who is an
employee or applicant unfavorably because he/she has a disability.

2263 NW 2nd Ave #207
Boca Raton, FL., 33431
PHONE: 561-715-4379
EMAIL: debbie@icanfl.org
SITE: https://www.icanfl.org/
Social Security Administration
(866) 783-7339
Disability Benefits Assistance

Rental Assistance Services:

RE-ENTRY
True Fast Outreach Ministries
(561) 594-5689

Helps individuals. Agency has connections with landlords in Riviera Beach willing to help people with minimal incomes and can help people with a room to stay.
(No hotel vouchers/no rent assistance.)

Housing Partnership
Local support and services for families to gain housing and financial empowerment
http://www.cp-cto.org/housing-partnership
561-841-3500

A Quality Sober Living Home

Quality sober living is all about creating habits that stick with you for a lifetime. These habits are centered around long-term sobriety and healthy living. The recovery process is a journey. From detox to treatment, there are many steps in between.

Our sober living program is one of the last few steps of the recovery journey. We provide comfortable housing along with different levels of accountability to set you up for long-term success. There are many benefits to a quality sober living program.

Sober living allows you the opportunity to have a “trial run” before setting off on your own. Not only will your confidence be restored, but you’ll also be more in tune with your cravings/urges. Overall, this is a wonderful opportunity to cement your treatment and ensure a sober lifestyle.

PHONE: (855) 425-4846

All Calls are 100% Free & Confidential

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO


 

NEW PATH HALFWAY HOUSE

At New Path , we’re dedicated to ensuring you and your loved ones can rest easy knowing that we’re here to help.

We Offer a secure and safe environment with onsite Management and we have the experience that you’re looking for. We’re always willing to work with you. We’re simply here to help you.

Lantana FL 33462
Telephone: 561-255-0011
Email: NewPaths05@Aol.com

LL & R’s Stepping Stones
4037 Lake Worth Road
Lake Worth, FL 33461
561-670-2670
https://www.llcsteppingstones.com


 

Children & Family Programs:

Vita Nova

Vita Nova is a safe bridge to independence for former foster care, LGBTQ and other homeless youth through supportive housing, education, employment and life skills training. As the voice of homeless young adults, Vita Nova is working to eliminate homelessness for youth ages 18 to 25 years old in Palm Beach County.

2724 N. Australian Ave.
West Palm Beach, FL 33407

561.689.0035

Site: https://www.vitanovainc.org/

 Milagro Center

 Milagro Center was founded in 1997 by several local visionary leaders motivated by the desire for community service centered on providing arts experiences to the economically-challenged neighborhood children.  Milagro, which means “miracle” in Spanish, motivates children and youth to “reach for the stars” while being confronted by the many adverse influences they face in the community. Milagro Center’s uniquely integrated programs have grown over the decades to focus on empowering these at-risk youth and their families to succeed, both in school and in life, having a resounding positive influence on our local Delray Beach community.

Milagro Center carries out its mission by providing afterschool, summer camp, out-of-school time, and ARTreach programs to underserved and academically-at risk children, youth, and teens in grades K-12 living in south Palm Beach County, Florida. Its STARS (grades K-5), Junior Teen Leadership (grades 6-8) and Teen Leadership (grades 6-12) programs center around four inter-related diverse and socially inclusive program components:

  • Academic instruction, tutoring, and reading intervention;
  • Cultural Arts enrichment (including art, musical instrument instruction, dance, digital technology, dramatic arts, voice);
  • The United Nations-endorsed Living Values Education curriculum;
  • Mentoring

561-279-2970

info@milagrocenter.org

https://www.milagrocenter.org/

Take Stock in Children, Inc. 

Take Stock in Children, Inc. is a nonprofit organization, transforming Florida one student at a time. Working in every county throughout Florida, Take Stock in Children Palm Beach is 1 of 46 affiliate offices. Our mission is to break the cycle of poverty for low-income, academically qualified students by providing opportunities for a post-secondary education. Through an innovative multi-year model we provide wraparound services to students, with no drop-off of services after high school completion. Students are matched with a caring volunteer mentor, equipped with academically focused intervention, awarded a college scholarship, and provided with post-secondary retention services.

1896 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd., Suite 103

West Palm Beach, FL 33409

P : (561) 683-1704

F : (561) 478-5863

https://takestockpalmbeach.org/

 PATH TO COLLEGE 

 PATH TO COLLEGE WAS FOUNDED IN 2017…  

We are a network of professionals and active community members committed to making our communities better through the advancement of higher education. OUR MISSION To enrich the academic growth and increase the competitiveness of low-income, high-achieving students in their admission to college. We take driven students and expand their potential to help them build leadership, become more competitive, and get better scholarships on their path to college.

HERE’S HOW:

  1. Professional Career Coach Mentor
  2. Scholarship Search & Eligibility Assistance
  3. Expert SAT prep (+250 point average)
  4. In-person & Virtual College Campus Tours
  5. Expert Application Guidance
  6. Hands-on Leadership Development Workshops
  7. Rigorous Academic Enrichment
  8. A Positive and Determined Peer Group
  9. A Community that has Your Back
  10. You Are Ready to Reach Your Goals!

P: 5619077679

HELLO@PATHTOCOLLEGE.ORG

https://www.pathtocollege.org/

The Coalition for Independent Living Options, Inc.  

The Coalition for Independent Living Options, Inc. (CILO) is a private non-profit, client-directed civil rights organization for children and adults with all types of disabilities. Incorporated in 1990, CILO primarily serves Palm Beach,  Martin, St. Lucie and Okeechobee counties. CILO staff believe all people should have options and be able to choose how they want to live. CILO works with you to develop goals and independent living skills and to break down attitudes and physical barriers in the community, so you can attain your dreams. We promote the Americans With Disabilities Act’s core goals of equality of opportunity, full participation, independent  living, and economic self-sufficiency. We support the civil rights of people with disabilities in housing, travel, education, employment, and access to community and public services. The majority of CILO’s staff and board of  have disabilities and share experiences in overcoming barriers and developing the skills to speak up and represent yourself.

4400 N. Congress Ave Ste 203
West Palm Beach, FL 33407
Phone: (561) 966-4288 
Fax: (561) 966-0441
TTY: (561) 641-6538
VP: (561) 290-1025
https://www.cilo.org/

Catholic Charities Diocese of Palm Beach

A comprehensive nonprofit family service organization with offices in Martin, Palm Beach, Indian River and St. Lucie counties.
http://www.catholiccharitiesdpb.org | Phone: 561-775-9560

4KIDS

4KIDS is propelled by the vision of a home for every child. Whether that is a child removed from their home for the first time, siblings who need to stay together, a young mom in a unplanned pregnancy who needs a refuge, or a young adult who needs a place to belong, 4KIDS is there with hope and homes.

FAMILIES
352 NW 4th Street
Boca Raton, FL., 33432
PHONE: 561-869-5750
SITE: https://www.4kids.us/

Adopt-A-Family of the Palm Beaches, Inc.

Support for families facing homelessness
https://adoptafamilypbc.org
(561) 253-1361

Families First of Palm Beach County

Kin Support Project — for relatives raising children of extended family
PHONE: 561-721-2802
SITE: http://www.familiesfirstpbc.org/portal/kin-support-project

Family Services Palm Beach County

Center for Family Services of Palm Beach County, Inc. Counseling for parents and young children. Prenatal plus program. Safe kids. Mental Health. Recovery. Life Enrichment Employee Assistance Program. Positive Parenting Program.
4101 Parker Ave, West Palm Beach 33405
PHONE: (561) 616-1222

Achievement Centers for Children & Families

Child care, afterschool and family strengthening programs in Delray Beach
PHONE: 561-276-0520
SITE: http://www.achievementcentersfl.org/

Children’s Home Society for South Florida

(561) 868-4300
Emergency shelter for runaway youth under 18, pregnant or parenting women 13–21. CHS is located at 3333 Forest Hill Boulevard, West Palm Beach.
www.chsfl.org

Families First

(561) 721-2802
Pregnant women & families with children 5 years of age and under.

Family Promise

What we Do
Family Promise is part of a national organization with over 180 affiliates that provides temporary shelter, transportation, meals and comprehensive case management for families who are experiencing homelessness.

How we Do it
We partner with local, faith congregations to provide shelter. Each host congregation offers our guests a place to sleep for one whole week, three to four times per year. The hosts also supply breakfast, lunch and dinner meals.

Volunteers
Volunteers are the heart of the program. They prepare meals, tutor both children and parents, transport guests to job interviews and work, help out at the Day Center, assist guests in finding jobs and housing, and share specialized skills, such as resume writing, financial planning and parenting. Family Promise of North/Central Palm Beach County (561) 318-8864
Located at 1003 Allendale Road, West Palm Beach. http://www.familypromisencpbc.org/about.cfm

Family Promise of South Palm Beach County: (561) 265-3370
Located at 840 George Bush Boulevard, Delray Beach. http://www.familypromisencpbc.org/about.cfm

Feeding South Florida

Summer BreakSpot — locations where children can receive a free meal during the summer
PHONE: 561-331-5441
SITE: http://feedingsouthflorida.org/our-programs/summer-food-service-program

Florida Department of Children and Families

ACCESS Florida (Automated Community Connection to Economic Self Sufficiency) — application for food assistance, Medicaid and other government benefits
PHONE: 866-762-2237
SITE: http://www.myflfamilies.com/service-programs/access-florida-food-medical-assistance-cash

Florida KidCare/Healthy Kids

State-sponsored health and dental insurance for children through age 18
PHONE: 888-540-5437
SITE: http://www.floridakidcare.org

Ruth & Norman Rales Jewish Family Services

Center for Families & Children — support services for struggling families, including career assistance, domestic abuse education, financial assistance and special needs outreach
PHONE: 561-852-3333
SITE: http://ralesjfs.org/services/center_for_families_children

YMCA of South Palm Beach County

Programs and services for youth to promote health and wellness in Boca Raton and Boynton Beach
Learn more about the Y’s impact in our community!
Questions? Please contact:
DeVos-Blum Family Y in Boynton Beach: 561-738-9622

Peter Blum Family Y in Boca Raton: 561-395-9622
PHONE: 800-798-4531 in Boca Raton; 800-903-1814 in Boynton Beach
SITE: http://www.ymcaspbc.org/

Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies of Broward County
Broward County
(954) 765-0550
Web: http://hmhbbroward.org/

Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies of Palm Beach County
Palm Beach County
(561) 804-9987
Web: https://www.hmhbpbc.org/

Opportunity Early Childhood Education and Family Center
West Palm Beach
(561) 712-9221
Web: https://www.opportunitypbc.org/

The Open Door Mentoring for Teen Mothers
Palm Beach Gardens
(561) 329-2191
Web: https://www.breakingfamilycycles.org

Utility Assistance Services:

FPL Care to Share
Purpose: To provide services to individuals/families in crisis who need assistance with their electric bill through external funding sources. This service includes the administration of FPL
Care To Share Program. These funds are generated by voluntary contributions from FPL customers in conjunction with corporate FPL contributions.
Eligibility: Specific eligibility requirements include the following:
• Resides in the FPL service area within Palm Beach County
• Service need and exhausted all other available sources for payment
• Must have a delinquent FPL bill, final notice or disconnection notice for the FPL account
• Financial need at or below 150% of the Federal poverty level
• Must NOT have received a benefit under the FPL Care To Share Program within the last 12 months.

Where to Apply – If you’re seeking assistance, you can:
• Contact FPL Customer Service for the assistance agency nearest you
• Reach out to your local information and referral service, including calling 2-1-1
• Apply at the following Human Services Offices:

(Service area: North side of Forest Hill Boulevard to the Martin County line)
Address: 1440 Martin Luther King Blvd., Riviera Beach, Fl. 33404
Phone: 561-845-4644

(The South side of Forest Hill Blvd. to the Broward County Line)
225 South Congress Avenue, Delray Beach, Fl. 33444
Phone: 561-274-3130

(20 mile bend west covering Belle Glade, Pahokee, South Bay)
Address: 38754 State Road 80, Belle Glade, FL. 33430-5616
Phone: 561-996-1630

Clothing Resources

First United Methodist Church

Distribution of donated clothes provided during the Saturday’s Homeless Outreach program.

9:00am to 11:00am

The Gathering Place

625 NE Mizner Blvd. Boca Raton, FL., 33432

 

Boca Raton Salvation Army Corps

300 SW 2nd Avenue | 561.391.1344

 

St Lauren Chapel

1700 Blount Rd, Pompano Beach

PHONE: (954) 972-2958
EMAIL: exedir@stlaurencechapel.org
SITE: http://www.stlaurencechapel.org/new-overnight-program/

 

St. Ann Place – Outreach Center

2107 North Dixie Highway, West Palm Beach,  FL 33407

PHONE: (561)805-7708
SITE: www.stannplace.org

The Outreach Center of Historical St. Ann Church, serving homeless women and men. They assist you with clothes, a shower, ID & Birth Certificate.

 

Dress for Success Palm Beaches

Serving the women of Palm Beach, Martin, St. Lucie, Hendry, and Northern Broward counties. We have implemented two job-readiness programs for our clients and have established Y.E.S! Palm Beaches, our very own networking group for young professional women in Palm Beach County. Once you’ve scheduled an interview, obtain a referral to visit your local Dress for Success boutique. Our volunteers will work with you to help you choose an interview outfit and will also provide guidance and support for the upcoming interview.

2459 S. Congress Avenue, Suite 204, Palm Springs, Florida 33406

Monday – Friday 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

PHONE: (561) 249-3898
EMAIL: palmbeaches@dressforsuccess.org
SITE: https://palmbeaches.dressforsuccess.org/

Domestic Violence:

DOMESTIC ABUSE

Aid to Victims of Domestic Abuse
AVDA provides a Community of Hope through our state-certified domestic violence center that offers a comprehensive array of services for all victims of domestic violence including; a 24-hour crisis hotline, emergency, and transitional housing, advocacy, counseling, and support to help them live violence-free and self-sufficient lives. We also work throughout the community to educate and engage people of all ages in our commitment to preventing violence.

Our confidential services are offered to victims of domestic abuse and individuals at risk of abuse regardless of age, gender, race, national origin, religion, sexual orientation or socio-economic status.

PHONE: (561)265-3797 or (800)355-8547

SITE: https://www.avdaonline.org

Association of Abused Women & Children Shelter

7110 S Dixie

West Palm Beach, FL 33405

PHONE: (561)586-1888

Harmony House

Their mission is to assist victims of domestic violence by incorporating emergency shelter and support services without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, military status, pregnancy, disability, and/or handicap. Our mission will be implemented, but not limited to, empowerment, education, support services, advocacy and community awareness. Harmony House is fully dedicated to eliminating domestic violence and promoting self-sufficiency while providing a safe and nurturing environment through mutual trust, confidence, and respect.

Phone: (561) 640-0050
Fax: (561) 640-9155
Website: http://www.ywcapbc.org
Mailing Address:
1016 North Dixie Highway
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
Contact: Mary Cauthen Contact Title: Director of Domestic Violence Program

CityHouse program

This program helps divert children from being placed in the child welfare system while the mothers seek to re-establish themselves so that once again they may care for their own children. Effective care was provided to the children apart from their mothers, while a desire to do more for their mothers was ignited.

​Over time, it became clear that if more emphasis could be placed on the family unit rather than just the children, these single mothers in need would have better opportunities to develop healthy lifestyles enabling them to provide sustainable, loving and proper care to their children. We established CityHouse in 2014 to provide long-term, transformational assistance to mothers and their children. In order to be considered for the CityHouse program, applicants must meet the following criteria:

  1. Applicants must be a current resident of Palm Beach County
  2. Applicants must be at least 21 years old
  3. Applicants must have no more than 2 children and children must be under the age of 8
  4. Applicants cannot be currently pregnant
  5. Applicants with a history of substance abuse must have at least a year of sobriety and actively working a recovery program

​If you meet the above criteria please continue with the application for the CityHouse program. Thank you.

https://www.cityhousedelray.com/

 

 

 

 

South County Mental Health Response

FOR THE INFORMATION BROCHURE CLICK HERE

BUSINESS CARD CLICK HERE

Hospitality Helping Hands

Hospitality Helping Hands is a 501(c)3 nonprofit formed to help feed the hospitality workers, their families, local charities, and others in need due to the Coronavirus shutdown.  Our mission is simple and directly impacts the local community. Employ hospitality professionals, open doors, feed the people. Now we ask you to join us in this mission. Let’s do this.

https://www.hospitalityhelpinghands.org/

PHONE: 561-291-8962

Eat Better Live Better

Improving nutrition for children and fighting childhood obesity and other diet related health conditions

https://eblb.org

 
 301 W Atlantic Ave Suite O-6, Delray Beach, FL 33444

Wheels From The Heart

A significant challenge faced by single-mothers-in-need and their children is transportation. Wheels From The Heart addresses this by finding reliable vehicles for hard working single moms and helping them drive to a better life.

https://wheelsfromtheheart.org/

PHONE: 561-445-7444

City House

Providing hope and renewal to homeless single mothers and their children in Palm Beach County, Florida.

https://www.cityhousedelray.com/contactus

Assurance Wireless

Assurance Wireless is a federal Lifeline Assistance program. Lifeline is a government assistance program. The Assurance Wireless offer provides eligible low-income customers free monthly data, unlimited texting, and free monthly minutes. Plus a free phone.

Qualifications: Enrollment is available to individuals who qualify based on federal or state-specific eligibility criteria. You may qualify if you are on certain public assistance programs, like Medicaid or Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). You can also qualify based on your household income. If you are unemployed, you can use your Unemployment Benefit Letter as proof of eligibility until 12/31/21. https://www.assurancewireless.com/

T-Mobile

T-Mobile: Florida, Kentucky, Minnesota, Mississippi, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Washington

Lifeline applicants may apply for Lifeline directly through the National Verifier or submit the Lifeline National Verifier Application Form to the Lifeline Support Center. If you have any questions regarding your eligibility, please contact the Lifeline Support Center.

Once you have completed the application process and have received eligibility notification from the National Verifier, please print and submit the T‑Mobile Lifeline Enrollment Form to receive service from T-Mobile. https://www.t-mobile.com/offers/lifeline-program

SAFELINK WIRELESS®

SAFELINK WIRELESS® is a program provided by TracFone Wireless, Inc. serving eligible households. To participate in the SAFELINK WIRELESS® service, certain eligibility requirements must be met, which are set by each State where the service is provided. These requirements are based on a person’s participation in state, Federal support programs, or by meeting the Income Poverty Guidelines as defined by the U.S. Government. SAFELINK WIRELESS® service is limited to one person per household. https://www.safelinkwireless.com/Enrollment/Safelink/en/Web/www/default/index.html#!/newHome

Access Wireless 

Access Wireless serves the community by providing mobile phone service to income-eligible residents as part of the government-funded Lifeline Assistance program. Lifeline is intended to help individuals experiencing financial hardship stay connected to family members, schools and child care providers, as well as be reachable to potential employers and have a means of communicating in case of an emergency. Access Wireless provides qualifying customers with a free monthly allotment of minutes, text messages and data. https://www.accesswireless.com/

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