State-sponsored health and dental insurance for children through age 18
State-sponsored health and dental insurance for children through age 18
In West Palm Beach
Cox Science Center and Aquarium and other community partners provide offerings such as home school classes, day camps, FAU NeuroExplorers, Lego robotics engineering and GEMS Club (Girls Excelling in Math and Science).
Take a peaceful stroll around the city's waterfront oasis, which sports a decorative fountain, docks, picnic tables and walking/biking paths.
Kravis Center in West Palm Beach features an array of performances throughout the season. The center also sponsors arts education programs for young people to expand their exposure to the performing arts.
Local residential and outpatient services in West Palm Beach and Fort Pierce for youth with problems related to substance abuse and/or juvenile delinquency
Non-governmental, nonprofit organization offering local safety programs, services and education materials to reduce health hazards and prevent injury for both personal and economic loss, including information for teen drivers and child safety
Palm Beach County locations
An app, involving the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office and Palm Beach County School District, for students, parents, faculty and staff that that provides two-way communication to report threats and suspicious activity, as well as receive alerts, bulletins and news about security concerns
National information to improve infants' health by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality
School health services — responsible for medical oversight, consultation and education for school health program staff
This city park encourages mental challenge and community connection through the game of chess. All ages and levels are welcome from sunrise to sunset. Game sets are available on a limited basis, so you may want to bring your own. Plus, a timer!
Teen hotline, including online chat from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily. Or, texting available 24 hours a day by texting your ZIP code to 898211.
This village complex features an ocean-themed playground, two batting cages, four softball fields, a concession stand and three rental pavilions with picnic tables.
Tools and support for blind and visually impaired Floridians with offerings such as the Blind Babies Program, the Children's Program and the Palm Beach County Talking Book Library in West Palm Beach
Services, information and intervention related to eating disorders
Education, information and swim lesson vouchers for eligible families
Explore Adoption – urges families to consider creating or expanding their families by adopting a child who is older, has special needs, or is a part of a sibling group. Learn more about children available for adoption in their home state and community.
This free hands-on science center in Sugar Sand Park caters to children ages 5 to 12 with interactive exhibits, programs and camps that bring the physical sciences to life through its permanent collection and traveling exhibits.
Healthy Beginnings Entry Agency — provides free child development and social-emotional/behavioral screenings to Palm Beach County children through age 5 to determine if they're eligible for services funded by Children's Services Council
This nonprofit center provides early education, family assistance, advocacy and other services to the Guatemalan Mayan community.
Find a Doctor — search by specialty or doctor's name to locate a local doctor (Note: This is not a complete list)
Located a half mile south of the Boynton Inlet, this is one of the few remaining publicly owned commercial marinas in Florida. It offers scuba diving and fishing charters, cruises, boat and personal watercraft rentals, Tiki Taxi, parasailing, drift fishing and waterfront dining. The complex features transient dockage and dockmaster building with last-minute provisions.
This nonprofit organization aims to ensure the social and academic success of underserved children and youth through cultural arts, academic support, mentoring and community art garden. The Blueprint Gallery provides ARTreach programs to children and adults.
Healthy Start Healthy Beginnings, a network of local intervention and prevention services for pregnant women and families raising young children
A non-profit school located in West Palm Beach's Northwood District for students grades Kindergarten through 3rd.
Local child safety information and assistance, including car seat installation, helmet fitting, poisoning prevention, TV tip-over prevention and more
Foster care services
Resources, science-based tools, activities and a mobile app, called Vroom by Text, from the Bezos Family Foundation to help parents develop their child's mind during everyday interactions
A network of minority health-care professionals providing health education programs, youth mentoring programs, speakers, health fairs and screenings in Palm Beach County, focusing on helping the underserved
Palm Beach County operates these 120 acres, featuring the Seabreeze Amphitheater, tennis and pickleball courts, bocce courts, 20-station exercise course, saltwater fishing, picnic pavilions, playground, volleyball sand court and softball field. It's also home to Lazy Loggerhead cafe and Jupiter Civic Center.
Based in West Palm Beach
Countywide programs to promote literacy for children and adults
Support and services, based in Lake Worth Beach, for Palm Beach County's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community
This home to more than 20 endangered big cats, including cheetah, jaguar and leopard, offers a variety of tours for rare up close-and-personal encounters.
This venue, operated by Palm Beach County in Carlin Park, features theatrical performances, concerts, community fundraisers and movies for up to 2,000 people. It's also home to the Palm Beach Shakespeare Festival.
This county beach locale offers a playground, fishing, two sand volleyball courts, picnic shelters and pavilions.
Mental health services in Palm Beach Gardens for families, specializing in play therapy for children who've experienced trauma
This 12.6-acre beach park features lifeguards, picnic areas with grills and a playground.
Despite the historical name, this a gambling-free renovated space and family friendly. The 1920s architecture houses oceanfront dining, shopping and a ballroom for special events. An oceanfront park offers restrooms and picnic facilities, which complement the William O. Lockhart Municipal Pier. Beach chairs, lounges and cabanas are available to rent.
17 locations offering entertainment, education and exploration through cultural events, computer classes, free online tutoring, musical performances and more
This historical campus in the heart of downtown is home to the Cornell Art Museum, Crest Theatre, Pavilion amphitheater, Creative Arts School and event space in the Fieldhouse.
Support, guidance and programs based in Boca Raton to help children in foster care succeed academically
The village's sporting center features canoeing and kayaking, kitchen and banquet amenities, golf training center with 18-hole course and driving range, interactive splash fountain, two sand volleyball courts, two playscapes, picnic pavilions and grills, fishing docks, paved walking/jogging/bike trails and 19-acre lake.
Information, including local resources, regarding poisoning of people, pets and wildlife