In Boynton Beach
In Boynton Beach
Behavioral Health Services — crisis assessment, prevention, education and support team
Kids & Teens — activities, story times, summer reading program, homework help, driving tests, college and career help, and more.
Youth Empowerment Centers — locations in Riviera Beach, Lake Worth Beach and Belle Glade that provide activities and services, including afterschool educational and recreational programs, to at-risk youth ages 11 to 19 to prevent crime and encourage healthy development
Birthing Center — maternity services, including classes and events, in West Palm Beach
Radon gas test kits – a free way to determine if radon levels are safe in your home and to get information. Radon is linked to lung cancer deaths, and one in five homes in Florida has elevated radon levels.
Community Health Center — medical and mental health services and health screenings based in West Palm Beach. The Community Outreach Team travels throughout Palm Beach County to provide services where people work and live.
This federally funded national resource is for fathers, practitioners, programs/Federal grantees, states, and the public at-large who are serving or interested in supporting strong fathers and families. The website, Fatherhood.gov, offers information, programs and activities for families.
This city park with 16.75 acres features lighted courts for racquetball and tennis/pickleball, playground, multipurpose field, exercise area, jogging path, little free library and picnic areas with grills.
This 79-acre Palm Beach County locale, next to Boca Raton Spanish River Library, features a 12-foot-wide trail for walkers and bicyclists with a view of Blue Lake. An 8-acre wetland restoration project is home to osprey, black-necked stilt, ibis and pondhawk dragonfly.
State-sponsored health and dental insurance for children through age 18
Education, information and swim lesson vouchers for eligible families
Advocacy, information and support for families, caregivers and people with autism
First Step to Success — in-home early intervention services for children up to age 5 with mild developmental delays
WIC Works Resource System — advice and information for pregnant women on health and wellness
SafeMap — a free app to find locations for car seat installation, helmet fitting, low-cost swimming lessons and more. Download at https://apps.apple.com/us/app/safemap/id1089219847?ls=1 for iOS or at https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=safemap.cscpbc.org for Android.
A nonprofit organization, based in West Palm Beach, that fulfills residents' unmet needs for health care, dental care and social services at centers throughout Palm Beach County
Teen Parent Program — support for pregnant students and teen parents to enable them to graduate, such as referrals to health, social and child care services
This city complex features scuba diving, eco tours, quick access to great off-shore fishing and slips for up to 140 vessels — plus parking and water taxi for Peanut Island. The Marina Event Center is home to Rafiki Tiki & Grill restaurant and a café, as well as meeting and banquet rooms for up to 300 people. The village is also home to Bicentennial Park, featuring a splash park with 42 water jets, shade sails, concession stand, half-acre beach with kayaks, paddleboards and personal watercraft for rent.
This Freemason Masonic lodge hosts community events, like an Easter party with food, games and a magician. Check out its calendar of events for possible family outings.
Nutrition services, including assessment, counseling and classes
Children in Need of Services/Families in Need of Services — program for families struggling with an unruly, truant or runaway preteen or teen, providing counseling, residential shelter and referrals
This city park offers a concert band shell, exercise stations, boat ramp and trailer parking, horseshoe pits and fishing pier.
National, 24-hour mental health hotline.
Mental health services in Palm Beach Gardens for families, specializing in play therapy for children who've experienced trauma
This tranquil half-acre oasis, with bronze statuary and water features, was Florida's first all-native botanical garden. The Preservation Foundation of Palm Beach opened it to protect and showcase Florida’s indigenous plants and wildlife. Many of the native trees, shrubs, grasses and wildflowers are endangered. A historic tile wall dates to the 1920s. Interdisciplinary educational programs for grades K-12 are offered during the school year.
Find a Doctor — search by specialty or doctor's name to locate a local doctor (Note: This is not a complete list)
Angel Food SNAC (Serving Nutrition to Area Children) — eligible children in Pahokee receive a weekly bag of food for weekend meals
State agency overseeing juvenile delinquency prevention, intervention and services in Palm Beach County
Child-sized replicas offer an interactive glimpse of early Florida pioneer life through touch and play for a historical-based sensory learning experience.
Crisis intervention and suicide prevention services for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) youth younger than 25, including 24-hour hotline, online chat and text assistance
Free and reduced-priced meals — information about year-round food service, including an application for these meals
Drug and alcohol addiction recovery program with numerous South Florida locations
Programs and services for youth to promote health and wellness at locations west of Boca Raton and Boynton Beach
A licensed, nonprofit private adoption agency in South Florida that provides professional adoption services to birth mothers, adoptive parents and children
Home Education — information and resources for families interested in homeschooling
A nonprofit organization providing health-care services, including dental and mental health, for all economic levels in Boca Raton and Boynton Beach. Patients without insurance are billed on a sliding scale.
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
Free civil legal assistance to seniors, people with disabilities and low-income people for issues involving housing, public benefits, consumer, education, migrants and more.
This city park features a playground, lighted pickleball/tennis courts, multipurpose field, basketball courts, picnic pavilions and grills.
This museum traces the African-American history and heritage of Palm Beach County and offers the Youth Cultural Empowerment Program, Ride & Remember Trolley Tours, special events, the Spady Living Heritage Festival and community forums.
Services and support for those struggling with addiction, such as group meetings and a life management training program, based in Delray Beach
A website developed by the Juvenile Welfare Board of Pinellas County providing helpful information to prevent sleep-related infant deaths
Support, guidance and information for new and longtime homeschoolers, sharing resources, creating connections, enhancing relationships and breaking down barriers
A variety of local support and services, including programs to fight hunger, decrease homelessness, help children graduate and assist children with special needs and support mentoring
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.
Police Department — strives to make a difference through early positive interaction and helpful resources such as Youth Court, Multi-Agency Gang Task Force, Bus Camera Program, Student Crime Stoppers and a tip line at 800-458-8477
This town park offers a playground, large open area, basketball court, skateboard park and dog park.