Nutrition services, including assessment, counseling and classes
Nutrition services, including assessment, counseling and classes
This 12.6-acre beach park features lifeguards, picnic areas with grills and a playground.
Based in Boca Raton, local support for youth caring for an ill, injured or disabled family member
This 10,000-square-foot band shell with a view of the Intracoastal Waterway offers lawn seating for concerts and special events, including the 4th on Flagler and Irish Fest. On quiet days, stroll the pleasant walking path and enjoy public art.
Local child safety information and assistance, including car seat installation, helmet fitting, poisoning prevention, TV tip-over prevention and more
Afterschool, summer and out-of-school programs for local children
Lighthouse for the Blind of the Palm Beaches — provides education and rehabilitation for people with visual impairments and support to their caregivers, based in West Palm Beach
This city recreation center offers a gym, computer lab, game room, picnic shelters, playground, outdoor basketball, racquetball, tennis, pickleball, ball fields and nature preserve.
The Palm Beach County Clerk & Controller's YouTube page includes how-to videos to file an injunction for protection against domestic violence (restraining order).
America’s first drive-through wildlife preserve and home to more than 1,000 animals. Address is 2003 Lion Country Road, Loxahatchee.
Child care, afterschool and family strengthening programs in Delray Beach
This city park features baseball and soccer fields, racquetball court, nature trail and playground.
Services and supports for neurological and developmental disabilities, including in-home respite care, afterschool programs, summer camps, adult day training and group homes
A nonprofit organization, based in Delray Beach, that helps low-income families build their own homes together
State-sponsored health and dental insurance for children through age 18
This museum offers exhibitions, outdoor sculpture garden and programs in Mizner Park, such as musical performances, demonstrations, lectures and films, including some appropriate for the whole family — as well as youth and teen art classes at its Art School on West Palmetto Park Road.
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 village park on a lake offers a fishing pier, playground, sand volleyball court, picnic pavilions and tables with grills.
Reporting center for issues related to the prevention of and recovery from child victimization, offering a 24-hour hotline to report a missing child and a CyberTipline to report child sexual exploitation
Bullying awareness, prevention and resources
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
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.
Community Voice — grassroots program with volunteers who share health information to reduce black infant mortality rates
Support for families facing homelessness, including afterschool care for elementary schoolchildren
Education, information and swim lesson vouchers for eligible families
Besides the splash park for kids, other amenities include a playground, basketball court, fitness trail, recreation center, tennis courts and sports field.
Services and support for those struggling with addiction, such as group meetings and a life management training program, based in Delray Beach
Programs and services for local families in need, including social services, holiday assistance, youth programming, summer camp, athletics, transitional housing for men
A website developed by the Juvenile Welfare Board of Pinellas County providing helpful information to prevent sleep-related infant deaths
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.
A comprehensive nonprofit family service organization with offices in Palm Beach, Martin, Indian River, Okeechobee and St. Lucie counties
This initiative of the nonprofit Soil & Soul grows food, cultivates mindfulness, engages in community wellness and educates youth. It teaches regenerative agriculture practices, offers low-cost and free workshops and classes to low-income families, and provides volunteer opportunities for youth. The garden is open to the public during volunteer hours and available for private groups and sessions.
A crime-reporting hotline that accepts tips and information from anonymous callers
Nurse-Family Partnership, a program for first-time mothers at risk for poor birth outcomes
Early Head Start/Head Start — provides education to children up to age 5 whose families earn at or below federal poverty guidelines, or who meet other criteria. Also offers family services, disability assistance, and health and nutritional services.
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
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.
Community service/volunteer — information about community service requirements for students, as well as opportunities to volunteer
Local child-care information, resource and referral, including help paying for care for eligible families
Art museum that offers an array experiences in West Palm Beach, including programs for teens and families
This nonprofit organization offers exhibitions, classes for all ages, diverse special events, community outreach programs, workshops and summer camp.
The first full week of May every year, this national week encourages families and communities to unplug and engage with each other. The website by Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood supports local ideas and events to encourage playing outside and family activities without screens to improve mental and physical health.
This National Historic Landmark was Henry Flagler's Gilded Age estate, known as Whitehall, completed in 1902. Flagler's railroads and luxury hotels established tourism and agriculture as the foundation of Florida's economy. The museum offers self-guided tours, changing exhibitions and special programs.
This nonprofit eco-conscious school — pre-K through elementary — provides a nature-based education focused on environmental responsibility, equity and justice, in an outdoor setting.
This city complex features classrooms, game room, multipurpose rooms, catering kitchen, playground, open play field, pavilion and outdoor basketball courts.