Behavioral Health Services — crisis assessment, prevention, education and support team
Behavioral Health Services — crisis assessment, prevention, education and support team
Services in Palm Springs, offered by Faith Hope Love Charity, for male veterans struggling with mental or physical health issues, addiction, homelessness or other issues
A state-of-the-art outdoor amphitheater and concert green at Centennial Park in Town Square that accommodates up to 1,000 people for a variety of events, such as concerts, festivals, fundraisers and family movies.
This locale offers BBQ grills, a beach, non-motorized vessel access, nature preserve (mitigation area), pavilions, picnic tables, playground and recreation building. The wreckage of Lofthus — a marine sanctuary for a variety of tropical fish, stingrays, anemones and spiny lobsters — is a local dive spot. The two-story clubhouse features classrooms, catering kitchens, rental space and wraparound balcony.
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
Nutrition services, including assessment, counseling and classes
Support, guidance and programs based in Boca Raton to help children in foster care succeed academically
This city complex features classrooms, game room, multipurpose rooms, catering kitchen, playground, open play field, pavilion and outdoor basketball courts.
Community Action — distributes non-perishable food to low-income families on a regular basis
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).
Individual and family counseling
A nonprofit organization, based in Delray Beach, that helps low-income families build their own homes together
ACCESS Florida (Automated Community Connection to Economic Self Sufficiency) — application for food assistance, Medicaid and other government benefits
Local information, events and support for parents and youth to live free of drugs, alcohol and tobacco
Programs and services for youth to promote health and wellness in Palm Springs
Support and services, based in Lake Worth Beach, for Palm Beach County's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community
This city park, along the Intracoastal Waterway, offers hiking, bird-watching, benches, interpretive signs and a pavilion on its 6.5 acres.
This central hub offers youth soccer, flag football and baseball programs, plus drop-in activities like basketball, tennis, sand volleyball and miniature golf. Other amenities include a multipurpose field, picnic pavilion, picnic tables and grills, splash pad and playground. Out-of-school programs, Teen Center and Teen Camp are also offered.
Services, support and medical services, based in Delray Beach, for those coping with addiction
Safe Sleep — information on how babies should sleep properly to prevent infant death
Health services for women and teens with centers throughout South Florida, including family planning and live chat service to address questions about pregnancy, birth control, emergency contraception, STDs and abortion
Afterschool, summer and out-of-school programs for local children
Dedicated to the protection and conservation of Florida’s wildlife and natural resources, the Sanctuary educates as well as rescues and rehabilitates wildlife. Located at 2500 Jupiter Park Drive, Jupiter.
A local nonprofit focused on eliminating addiction through prevention, advocacy and recovery support.
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.
This 14,500-square-foot nonprofit organization, located in a historic train depot, offers tours and a viewing area to watch artists in action! The gift shop and gallery feature rotating exhibitions. Classes are offered for adults and children, such as glass blowing and fusing. Directions: Benzaiten Center advises not use GPS. Instead, follow these directions: Exit Interstate 95 at Sixth Avenue South and go east. Take a left at South F Street (at the Kwik Stop store). Take a right on Third Avenue South to the parking lot and enter in rear of the building.
This 8.2-acre city park is home to an outside amphitheater, fitness paths, basketball and racquetball courts and playgrounds.
This city park features a recreation center with programs, lighted tennis and racquetball courts, baseball field, indoor and outdoor basketball courts, lighted pitching and batting cages, gym, auditorium, kitchen, Little League field, out-of-school camps, pickleball court, playground and pool.
This venue offers art exhibitions in three galleries and events such as Family Saturdays. It supports local artists and promotes cultural events throughout the county, featuring a great list of upcoming events on its website.
Art museum that offers an array experiences in West Palm Beach, including programs for teens and families
This 23-square-mile wetlands ecosystem, which serves as a regional water supply, is home to tree islands, forested hammocks and a variety of native wildlife. A nature center offers hands-on environmental educational programs for all ages. Other features are a boardwalk, miles of hiking and biking trails, guided canoe and hiking experiences, merit badge programs for Scouts and free field trips for local schools.
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.
School Counseling — fosters academic achievement, college and career readiness, and social/emotional development
This 750-seat venue, located at the Palm Beach State College campus in Palm Beach Gardens, is a cultural hub for northern Palm Beach County. It presents community programs and family entertainment through its popular Arts in Gardens, Rockin' Radio in the Gardens and the Goldner Family Fun Series.
National advocacy to protect the civil rights of the LGBTQ community (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer)
This facility features two gyms with open hours, playground, skate park, multi-purpose classrooms, game room, two lighted hockey rinks outside, 2.5-mile lighted asphalt trail with exercise stations, practice field, three lighted adult softball fields, three lighted multi-purpose fields, four lighted football fields, nine lighted soccer fields, two batting cages and lighted baseball field.
Based in West Palm Beach, support, services and information for at-risk children and their families in South Florida
South County Mental Health Center is a non-profit located in Delray Beach that provides counseling, behavior management, case management, mobile crisis and other services to families and their children in Palm Beach County.
A program of the National Safe Place Network that provides immediate help and support to teens in crisis who need safety and shelter. The community initiative designates schools, fire stations, libraries and other youth-friendly organizations as Safe Place havens that display the yellow-and-black sign.
Offers support, free developmental and behavioral screenings, referrals to resources and care coordination to boost children's growth and development
This 3,200-square-foot outdoor facility accommodating up to 1,500 people, next to Scott’s Place Playground, features a state-of-the-art sound and lighting system for events such as concerts, plays, school functions and movie nights.
C.L. Brumback Primary Care Clinics — medical, mental and dental services at more than a dozen locations through the county, regardless of your ability to pay or whether you have health coverage, including for the homeless and migrant populations
A 35-minute documentary that provides information and guidance for parents who've learned their child is lesbian, gay or bisexual
Loxahatchee River Historical Society oversees the 1860 lighthouse and grounds, as well as the museum located in a 1940 World War II Naval housing building. Guided tours, exhibits, all-age programming, outreach presentations and school field trips highlight 5,000 years of regional history.
Mental health services in Delray Beach for women recovering from drug and alcohol addiction
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.
This state-of- the-art venue with a colonnade and concert green is operated by Boca Raton and accommodates 4,200 people. It's a social, cultural and educational center for south Palm Beach County residents and draws audiences from throughout South Florida. Programming includes a variety of community events, city events and commercial concerts.