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NAMI Family Support Specialist

When you are looking for support finding  resources or to develop a crisis contingency plan,  you can call NAMI PBC’s Certified Recovery Peer Specialist (Family Support), Sue Gordon. Sue is available during regular business hours to help you identify specific resources in your area within Palm Beach County.

Direct line: (561) 323-2767


211 Palm Beach/Treasure Coast
P.O. Box 3588,
Lantana, FL  33465
Phone:  2 1 1
Suicide Prevention: 1-800-273-8255
211 Palm Beach/Treasure Coast assists people in need by providing information on available health and human service programs, referral, crisis intervention and community education 24 hrs.a day, 7 days a week.

Adopt-A-Family of the Palm Beaches, Inc.
1712 Second Ave., No.,
Lake Worth, FL 33460
Adopt-A-Family is a not-for-profit, charitable organization established in 1983 dedicated to restoring families in crisis to stability and self-sufficiency by providing access to all-encompassing services to families and their children.

Center for Family Services of Palm Beach County
4101 Parker Avenue,
West Palm Beach, FL 33405
561-616-1222   Fax: 561-616-1230
Through CFS’s array of services and collaborations with other human service agencies, the Center seeks to facilitate positive change in families and consequently to communities to provide stable households for growth, health and prosperity.  The benefits of services provided by CFS provide a mechanism for disadvantaged family units, parents, teenagers and children to lift themselves out of a cycle of psychological and economic poverty.  CFS strives to preserve and strengthen individual and family life through professional, affordable counseling, early childhood education and homelessness prevention.

Crisis Intervention Team
Call:  9 1 1
CIT is a community partnership between law enforcement agencies, the local mental health and substance abuse treatment systems, mental health advocacy groups, and consumers of mental health services and their families. CIT is more than just training. It establishes teams of trained officers within each law enforcement agency to respond effectively to people with mental illnesses, including those with co-occurring substance use disorders that are in crisis. Over 700 law enforcement officers are now received this training in Palm Beach County. One should dial 911 and ask for a CIT Officer to respond to the call, possibly diverting the person to a treatment facility rather than to jail.

Department of Children and Families
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Program Office
111 South Sapodilla Avenue, Suite 103
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
561-650-6860 or 561-650-6859
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Program Office is an administrative office within the Department of Children and Families (DCF) that contracts for and monitors state funded substance abuse and mental health services throughout Palm Beach County.  Funding is allocated to contract providers to serve the following populations:  Severe and Persistent Mentally Ill; Adults and Children with Substance Abuse Issues; Serious Emotionally Disturbed Children; Adults and Children in need of Crisis Intervention, and individuals involved in the forensic system who are incompetent to proceed due to mental illness.  In addition, the SAMH program office is collaborating with community groups and organizations to develop a co-occurring capable system of care in Palm Beach County.

Jeff Industries, Inc.
115 East Coast Ave
Hypoluxo, FL 33462
(561) 547-9258 Hours- 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
Entry Level Employment offers introduction to work skills development, interpersonal skills and paid vocational training (trades and general assembly) in a least restrictive, psycho-sensitive, normalized, low pressure environment.

Mental Health Association of Palm Beach County
909 Fern Street
West Palm Beach Florida, 33401
MHA works to improve understanding about issues related to mental health through advocacy, education, research, and outreach.  MHA programs include: Listen to Children Mentors, Beacon Centers, and Peer Place Drop-In Center.

Mobile Crisis
Provides emergency intervention, de-escalation, screening and assessment for individuals in emotional distress. Services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If you or someone you care about is in crisis.

Multilingual Psychotherapy Centers, Inc.
1639 Forum Place, Ste. 7
West Palm Beach, FL 33409
561-712-8821 or 561-712-8070
Multilingual Psychotherapy Centers is a comprehensive mental health center that has been serving residents of Palm Beach County for over 10 years.  Our staff speaks more than 10 languages, including Spanish, French, Creole, German, Russian, Italian, Portuguese, Chinese, Cantonese, Polish and Hindi.  We offer medical/psychiatric services, psychological testing, individual/family/group therapy in office and therapy in home and schools, support services and case management services.

Parent-Child Center, Inc.
2001 W. Blue Heron Blvd.
Riviera Beach, FL  33404
Children’s Community Mental Health Center serving Palm Beach County and offering an array of services to children.



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