Helpful Community Agency Websites

  • American Association of Caregiving Youth: Support to youth who are taking care of ill or physically challenged family member. (561-391-7401)
  • ASPIRA of Florida Inc.: Hispanic leadership program, dropout and violence prevention components. (561-533-9790)
  • Best Foot Forward, Inc.: One-on-one intervention and support for students in foster care. (561-470-8300)
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Palm Beach: Mentor/Mentee program. (561-337-3057)
  • Center for Family Services of PBC, Inc.: Prevention, child and family counseling, crisis management, and parenting education. (561-616-1222)
  • Children's Home Society: Counseling, case management, truancy, ungovernable petitions, and respite care. (561-868-4330)
  • The Chrysalis Center: Outpatient therapy. (954-587-1008)
  • Families First of PBC: Individual, child and family counseling; case management; and crisis management. Specialty: Behavioral interventions, trauma, family therapy and adjustment issues. (561-721-2887)
  • Legacy Behavioral Health Center, Inc.: Targeted case management and comprehensive behavioral health services. (561-616-8412)
  • Mental Health Association of Palm Beach County: Individual in-school weekly mentoring, care coordination and referrals, mental health first aid training, free screening for depression and anxiety. Helpline 561-801-HELP (4357) for parents, youth, teachers, school counselors. (561-832-3756)
  • Multicultural Community Mental Health Center: Psychiatric, psychological care, and case management (individual and family counseling in English, Spanish, and Creole). (561-653-6292)
  • Multilingual Psychotherapy Center: Individual counseling, case management, individual crisis management and psychiatric medication management. Specialty: ADHD, trauma, grief, child abuse, anger management, bipolar depression. Services in English, Spanish, Creole, French and Portuguese. (561-712-8070)
  • PBSO Youth Intervention: Case management/ truancy intervention services - contacting parents of truant youth; brief bio-psychosocial assessments to determine needs; case management including frequent visits to home and school, linkage to community agencies. (561-688-4161)