Help Me Grow — information, guidance and developmental assessment of children up to age 8
Special needs hotline
Teen hotline, including online chat from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Texting available 24 hours a day. Text your zip code to 898211.
Palm Beach County Intergroup — hotline, meetings and more
Services, information and intervention related to eating disorders
Counseling for children
Mentoring 4 Kids — a role-model program for children ages 6 to 14
Advocacy, information and support for families, caregivers and people with autism
Matches children and youth in Palm Beach and Martin counties with adult mentors
Support, services and information for at-risk children and their families in South Florida
Common Sense Parenting — parenting classes to improve family communication, discipline and relationships
Information on child development
Mental health services in Palm Beach Gardens for children and their families, specializing in children who've experienced trauma and play therapy
Individual and family counseling
Recovery program for assessment and treatment for alcohol and substance abuse
Positive Parenting Program (Triple P) offers free seminars and one-on-one guidance to help families improve the parent-child relationship
Raising Healthy and Happy LGBT & Gender Non-Conforming Children — information and support for parents of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and gender non-conforming youth
A national resource with local chapters for families of children with attention and hyperactivity issues
A collaboration of five local mental health agencies that assess and treat children's serious behavioral, emotional or mental health problems
CINS/FINS (Children in Need of Services/Families in Need of Services) — for families struggling with an unruly, truant or runaway preteen or teen
Healthy Beginnings, a network of local intervention and prevention services for pregnant women and families raising young children
Information to help families make smart tech-related decisions
Teen Outreach Program, a youth development program that builds self-esteem, confidence and goal-setting among middle and high school students in Palm Beach County
Youth Group for LGBTQ teens and friends ages 12-19, which meets Wednesdays and Fridays from 5 to 7 p.m.
A global hub to connect international autism communities with resources and services for children and their families. A 26-acre facility in Jupiter provides education for ages 3 to 21.
State agency overseeing juvenile delinquency prevention, intervention and services
Youth programs — violence prevention and support services for youth and those involved in the juvenile justice system
Offers resources, support, developmental screenings, referrals and care coordination to boost children's growth and development
Local, residential treatment program in West Palm Beach for troubled youth ages 11-16
Healthy Beginnings Entry Agency (0-5) - providing free child development screenings to Palm Beach County children to see if they're eligible for services funded by Children's Services Council
Provides crisis and other mental health services in Palm Beach County
A website dedicated to children's health, behavior and development, from The Nemours Center for Children's Health Media
An addiction treatment facility for women in West Palm Beach, specializing in pregnancy
Local information, services and support related to mental health, including workshops, a school-based mentoring program and a helpline
Care Coordination Program — assistance with navigating local mental health services and creating goals
Helpline for assistance with referrals and issues
MPower for Teens — educates teens on mental health issues, destigmatizes mental health care and initiates interest in potential careers in the mental health profession
College and Your Mental Health - a guide with important information about mental health during the college years.
Navigating a Mental Health Crisis - a resource guide to support those experiencing mental health crises, and their loved ones.
Reach for Teens — free programs and services for teens with behavioral health issues
Family-to-Family — free, 12-session course for caregivers of family members with severe mental illness
Local county public defenders who serve in the following divisions: appellate, mental health, county court, felony, investigations, intake, juvenile, major crimes and social services.
Non-residential centers for at-risk middle- and high school-aged girls across Florida, including West Palm Beach
Local information and support for parents and youth to live drug-, alcohol- and smoke-free
Youth Services — Local services and support for Palm Beach County children, including mental health, education, summer and other programs
Positive Parenting Program (Triple P) — free seminars and one-on-one guidance to help families improve their parent-child relationships
National resource for families struggling with a child's substance use
Bullying Awareness and Intervention
Anonymous online form to report bullying in Palm Beach County's School District.
Safe and Drug Free Schools Advisory Council
School Counseling - information about school counseling services, including a directory of every school's counselor(s)
Support groups for families coping with alcoholism
Develop, support, and manage a network of behavioral health services to promote the emotional and mental well being and drug-free living of children and adults in Indian River, Martin, Okeechobee, Palm Beach and St. Lucie counties
First Step to Success — in-home early intervention services for children up to age 5 with mild developmental delays
Child-abuse prevention and family crisis management services
Services and support for families facing serious illness or needing end-of-life care, including grief support
Milestone Tracker App - tracks children's milestones from age 2 months to 5 years old with easy-to-use illustrated checklists and tips to encourage child development.
SmartCouples — free programs for couples to strengthen relationships, including premarital classes
Support and services for children and young adults with special needs, such as autism, dyslexia, bipolar and ADHD, including a high school and a special needs hotline
Programs and services to empower youth, promote financial stability, provide housing and counseling, encourage community development and prevent crime
Children in Need of Services/Families in Need of Services — for families struggling with an unruly, truant or runaway preteen or teen
Wyman's Teen Outreach Program (TOP), a free development program to build self-esteem, confidence and goal-setting among middle and high school students
Mental health services in Delray Beach for women recovering from addiction and eating disorders