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1 This Resource Guide was Compiled and Sponsored by the Domestic Violence Council of Palm Beach County. Special Thanks to Palm Beach County s Board of County Commissioners Karen T. Marcus, Chair; Tony Masilotti, Vice Chair; Jeff Koons; Warren H. Newell; Mary McCarty; Burt Aaronson; and Addie L. Greene Resource Guide Committee Members: Grace Diez-Arguelles, State Attorney s Office; Sandy Duncan, PBC Victim Services; Jeannie Hoban, Court Administration; and Cheryl Martone, Clerk s Office

2 The mission of the Domestic Violence Council is to reduce the impact of violence on families by coordinating a dedicated, community-based response through advocacy, education and information. This resource guide was created to assist in carrying out the Council s mission. It provides valuable information about Palm Beach County s government and community-based response to domestic violence. Professionals and volunteers working in criminal justice and social services can use this guide as a comprehensive resource to assist victims and their families who are suffering from domestic violence. This resource guide is by no means a listing of all specialized services. The Domestic Violence Council of Palm Beach County does not endorse each program listed in the guide, but presents resources as informational guides only. If additional information is needed, please contact Center for Information and Crisis Services by calling 211.

3 TABLE OF CONTENTS ABUSIVE PARTNER PROGRAM 1 ADOPT A FAMILY. 1 AID TO VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC ABUSE, INC. (AVDA) 1 ALANON/ALATEEN.. 2 ALCOHOLICS ANANYMOUS (AA). 2 ALL ABOUT WOMEN S HEALTH, INC.. 2 ALTERNATIVE RELAPSE TREATMENT SERVICES (ARTS).. 3 ANIMALS 101, INC. / VILLAGE ANIMAL CLINIC. 3 AREA AGENCY ON AGING. 3 ATLANTIC COAST COUNSELING, INC 4 BOCA RATON POLICE DEPARTMENT 4 BOYNTON BEACH POLICE DEPARTMENT 5 CAFÉ JOSHUA 5 CATHOLIC CHARITIES, DIOCESE OF PALM BEACH, INC.. 5 CENTER FOR FAMILY SERVICES, INC.. 6 CENTER FOR INFORMATION AND CRISIS SERVICES, INC.. 7 CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT (See Department of Revenue) 7 CHILDREN FIRST.. 8 CHILDREN S CASE MANAGEMENT ORGANIZATION, INC. 8 CHILDREN S HOME SOCIETY, SOUTH COASTAL DIVISION. 9 CHILDREN S PLACE AT HOMESAFE (THE). 10 CITY OF RIVIERA BEACH CIVIL DRUG COURT.. 10 CLERK CIRCUIT COURT (15 TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT) DOMESTIC VIOLENCE/REPEAT VIOLENCE 11 COALITION FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING OPTIONS, INC.. 11 CO-DEPENDENTS ANONYMOUS 12 COLUMBIA HOSPITAL / THE PAVILION TREATMENT CENTER.. 12 COMPASS, INC 12 COMPREHENSIVE AIDS PROGRAM OF PALM BEACH COUNTY (CAP).. 13 COMPREHENSIVE ALCOHOLISM REHABILITATION PROGRAMS, INC. (CARP).. 13 COMPREHENSIVE INTERVENTION AND RESEARCH CENTER. 15 COURT SERVICES, 15th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 15 CROSSROADS. 18 DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN & FAMILY SERVICES (DCF). 18 DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE 19 DESTINY BY CHOICE, INC.19 DOMESTIC ASSAULT REHABILITATION TREATMENT (DART) 20 DRUG ABUSE FOUNDATION.20 DRUG ABUSE TREATMENT ASSOCIATION (DATA) 21 FAIR OAKS PAVILLION 21 FAITH FARM MINISTRIES..21 i

4 FAMILY ALTERNATIVES/COUNSELING & TREATMENT (FACTS)...22 FAMILY HEALTH COUNSELING CENTER, INC. (FHCC).22 FAMILY SAFETY LEARNING CENTER (DCF).23 FARMWORKER COORDINATING COUNCIL..23 FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION (FBI)..23 FERN HOUSE.24 FLORIDA ABUSE HOTLINE.24 FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY POLICE DEPARTMENT 24 FLORIDA COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE (FCADV) 24 FLORIDA FAMILY CARE, INC.25 FLORIDA KID CARE..25 FLORIDA RESOURCE CENTER FOR WOMEN & CHILDREN, INC 25 FLORIDA SHERIFF S YOUTH RANCH TH STREET MENTAL HEALTH CENTER, INC. (Refer to Oakwood Center) 26 GIRLS & BOYS TOWN FAMILY CENTERED SERVICES..26 GRATITUDE HOUSE.26 HAITIAN CENTER FOR FAMILY SERVICES, INC..27 HANLEY HAZELDEN CENTER 27 THE HAVEN, INC 28 HEAD START PROGRAM, PALM BEACH COUNTY..28 HEALTH SOLUTION CENTER 28 HEALTHY MOTHERS/HEALTHY BABIES COALITION OF PB COUNTY, INC...29 HISPANIC HUMAN RESOURCES COUNCIL, INC..29 HOSPICE & HOMECARE BY THE SEA (WPB) 30 HUGS FOR KIDS 30 JEWISH FAMILY & CHILDREN S SERVICE OF PALM BEACH COUNTY, INC..30 JEWISH FAMILY SERVICE, RUTH RALES 31 LAKE WORTH COUNSELING CENTER, LLC 31 LATIN AMERICAN IMMIGRANT & REFUGEE ORG., INC. (LAIRO)..31 LEGAL AID SOCIETY OF PALM BEACH COUNTY, INC.32 LET S GROW TOGETHER, INC 33 MADD (MOTHER S AGAINST DRUNK DRIVING).33 MIGRANT ASSOCIATION OF SOUTH FLORIDA..33 MIRACLE S CLUB (THE) 33 MULTILINGUAL PSYCHOTHERAPY CENTERS, INC. 34 NATIONAL CENTER FOR MISSING AND EXPLOITED CHILDREN FLORIDA BRANCH ( THE ADAM WALSH RESOURCE CENTER ) 34 NEW OPTIONS OF ROYAL PALM BEACH..34 NOAH DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION.35 OAKWOOD CENTER OF THE PALM BEACHES, INC.. 35 OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL.35 PALM BEACH COUNTY ANIMAL CARE & CONTROL. 36 PALM BEACH COUNTY PARENTING EDUCATION CENTER 36 PALM BEACH COUNTY SHERIFF S OFFICE.36 PANDA (HSRC) (Belle Glade).38 ii

5 PARENT-CHILD CENTER, INC.38 PET SAFE, INC 39 PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF THE PBC AND TREASURE COAST, INC.. 39 PROTECTION ORDER SERVICE INFORMATION PALM BEACH SHERIFF S OFFICE...39 PUBLIC HEALTH UNIT, PALM BEACH COUNTY.40 SAFE HARBOR RUNAWAY SHELTER/PROJECT SAFE PLACE..40 SOUTH COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH CENTER.. INTENSIVE CRISIS INTERVENTION PROGRAM (ICIP) 41 STATE ATTORNEY S OFFICE. 41 TREASURE COAST HEALTH COUNCIL, INC VICKER S HOUSE COMMUNITY RESOURCE CENTER.42 VICTIM SERVICES, PALM BEACH COUNTY.43 VIOLENCE ALTERNATIVES OF ROYAL PALM BEACH..44 WAYSIDE HOUSE 44 YWCA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY, FLORIDA, INC.44 YOUTH AFFAIRS, PBC DIVISION OF HIGH RIDGE FAMILY CENTER 45 YOUTH SERVICE BUREAU 45 iii

6 Category Index ADVOCACY / Direct Services Area Agency on Aging 3 AVDA 1 Boca Raton Police Department 4 Boynton Beach Police Department 5 Coalition for Independent Living 11 Destiny by Choice 19 State Attorney s Office Domestic Violence Elimination Program ( DOVE) 41 Farmworkers 23 Federal Bureau Investigations 23 Florida Atlantic University 24 Florida Resource Center 25 Mothers Against Drunk Drivers (MADD) 33 Palm Beach County Sheriff s Office 36 Victim Services 43 Y.W.C.A.44 ADDICTIONS Alanon/Alateen 2 Alcoholic Anonymous 2 City of Riviera Beach Drug Court 10 Co-dependents Anonymous 12 Comprehensive Alcoholism Rehabilitation Programs 13 Drug Abuse Foundation 20 Drug Abuse treatment Association (DATA) 21 Faith Farms Ministries 21 Fern House 24 Gratitude Guild 26 Hanley Hazelden Center 27 Miracle Club 33 Oakwood Center 35 Panda 38 South County Mental Health 41 Wayside House 44 ANIMAL ADVOCACY Animals 101, Inc.3 PetSafe 39 Palm Beach County Animal Care & Control 36 iv

7 BATTERER S INTERVENTION PROGRAM Abusive Partner Program 1 Atlantic Coast Counseling 4 Alternative Relapse Treatment Services (ARTS) 3 Domestic Assault Rehabilitation Treatment (DART) 20 Family Alternatives/Counseling & Treatment Svcs. (FACTS). 22 Family Health Counseling Center (FHCC) 22 Florida Family Care, Inc.25 Lake Worth Counseling 31 Let s Grow Together 33 New Options 34 Parent Child Center 38 Violence Alternatives of Royal Palm Beach 44 CHILDREN S SERVICES Children First 8 Children s Case Management 8 Children s Home Society 9 Children s Place at HomeSafe 10 Family Connection 17 Florida Sheriff s Youth Ranch 26 Girls & Boys Town Family Centered Svcs.26 Guardiam Ad Litem Program 17 Haven (The) 28 Head Start 28 National Center for Missing and Exploited Children 34 Noah Development Corporation 35 Safe Harbor Runaway Shelter/Project Safe Place 40 Youth Affairs, Palm Beach County Division of 45 Youth Service Bureau 45 COUNSELING SERVICES Catholic Charities 5 Center for Family Services 6 Children s Place at HomeSafe 10 Columbia Hospital/The Pavilion Treatment Center 12 Compass, Inc.12 Comprehensive Intervention & Research Ctr.15 Destiny by Choice 19 Fair Oaks Pavilion 21 Florida Resource Center 25 Girls & Boys Town Family Centered Svcs.,,,26 Home Safe/Safety Net 10 v

8 COUNSELING SERVICES, continued Hugs for Kids 30 Jewish Family & Children s Services 30 Jewish Family Services, Ruth Rales 31 Latin America Immigrant & Refugee Org. (LAIRO) 31 Multilingual Psychotherapy Centers, Inc.34 Oakwood Center of the Palm Beaches 35 Parent-Child Center, Inc.38 South County Mental Health Center 41 Victim Services, Palm Beach County 43 Youth Service Bureau 45 COURT SERVICES Clerk Circuit Court/Domestic-Repeat Violence 11 Custody Evaluations 15 Domestic Violence Intake Unit 16 Domestic Violence Clerk of Court 11 Domestic Violence Monitoring Program 16 Elder Justice 17 Family Connections 17 Guardian ad Litem 17 Juvenile Mediation 18 Pre-Trial Services 18 Self Help 17 HEALTH SERVICES All About Women s Health, Inc. 2 Migrant Assoc. of S. Fl, Caridad Health Services 33 Co-Dependants Anonymous 12 Comprehensive Aids Program of PBC (CAP) 13 CCMO 8 Florida Kid Care 25 Health Solution Center 28 Hospice & HomeCare by the Sea 30 Planned Parenthood 39 Public Health Unit 40 Treasure Coast Health Council, Inc. 42 LEGAL ISSUES Department of Revenue (Child Support Enforcement) 19 Domestic Violence Intake Unit 16 Legal Aid Society of Palm Beach County 32 Office of the Attorney General 35 vi

9 LEGAL ISSUES, continued Protection Order Svc. Info. P.B. Sheriff s Office 39 State Attorney s Office 41 SAFE HOUSE/SHELTER Aid to Victims of Domestic Abuse (AVDA) 1 Safe Harbor Runaway Shelter/Project Safe Place 40 YWCA of Palm Beach County 44 SOCIAL SERVICES Adopt A Family 1 Café Joshua 5 Catholic Charities, Diocese of Palm Beach 5 Children & Family Services, Department of 18 Crossroads 18 Farmworker Coordinating Council 23 Haitian Center for Family Services, Inc. 27 Healthy Mothers/Healthy Babies 29 Hispanic Human Resources Council 29 Jewish Family & Children s Service of PBC 30 Jewish Family Service, Ruth Rales 31 Latin American Immigrant & Refugee Org. 31 Vickers House 42 TRAINING Family Safety Learning Center (DCF) 23 Palm Beach County Parenting Education Center 36 vii

10 ABUSIVE PARTNER PROGRAM 399 Camino Gardens Blvd., Ste. 307or 200 Knuth Rd., Ste. 214B Boca Raton, FL Boynton Beach FL (561) (561) FAX Contact Person: Marion Stamm, LCSW, MSW, MS Batterers Intervention Programs for both men and women. Individual and group counseling. Stress and anger management classes. Drug/Alcohol evaluations for treatment. English only. ADOPT A FAMILY (561) Assist families in immediate temporary crisis due to job loss, illness, poor housing, etc. May assist with rent, utilities, childcare, food, clothing. AID TO VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC ABUSE, INC. (AVDA) * P.O. Box 667 Delray Beach, FL (561) Administrative Office (561) hour Hotline (561) FAX Information and referral services for anyone in a situation of domestic violence. Emergency shelter for any victims and/or their children who are in danger of, or are in, a battering relationship. Legal Advocacy is also available including assistance with injunctions for protection, safety planning and police report follow-up. Assist victims with relocation assistance and referrals for appropriate legal services. *EMERGENCY SHELTER Contact Person: Debbie King Safe and confidential environment for battered victims and their children with stays up to 8 weeks. Case management, safety planning, violence awareness education and group counseling provided. 1

11 *COUNSELING AND ADVOCACY CENTER Contact Person: Cheri Zettle Individual and group counseling, educational and creative support groups are available in English, Spanish and Creole. Children ages 4-15 are offered play therapy facilitated by a skilled therapist with experience in providing services to child victims. *PAVE (PREVENTION AGAINST VIOLENCE EARLY) Contact Person: Cheri Zettle Educational program offered to children pre-k to 5 th Grade. Program topics include the identification and expressing of feelings, self-esteem, establishing healthy relationships and problem solving. *TAVE (TEENS AGAINST VIOLENCE EARLY) Contact Person: Cheri Zettle Middle and high school students are provided a tailored curriculum on dating and peer violence, healthy relationships, conflict resolution and safety planning. Includes role-playing and video presentations. ALANON/ALATEEN (800) (561) North/Central (561) South For people whose lives have been affected by a drinking problem in a friend or family member. ALCOHOLICS ANANYMOUS (AA) (800) (561) North/Central (561) South For those concerned about their own drinking. ALL ABOUT WOMEN S HEALTH, INC. 721 U.S. Highway 1, Suite 109 North Palm Beach, FL (561) Contact Person: Maryalice Nelson, ARNP (continued next page) 2

12 FOR-PROFIT AGENCY Private gynecology office offering a full range of comprehensive gynecology, STD screening and counseling, pregnancy testing and counseling, HIV screening and counseling, hormone replacement therapy, birth control methods and counseling, Depo-Provera, oral contraceptives, diaphragms, nutrition education. ALTERNATIVE RELAPSE TREATMENT SERVICES (ARTS) 2994 Jog Road Lake Worth, FL (561) (561) FAX Contact Person: Terry Troboaugh, Program Direction ARTS is fully certified and licensed by the State of Florida in the following areas: Court approved Batterers Intervention Program, English and Spanish groups available. Drug and Alcohol Outpatient Program, Anger Management Program, Children of Divorce Program. ANIMALS 101, INC. / VILLAGE ANIMAL CLINIC 9044 Alternate Route A1A North Palm Beach, FL (561) (561) FAX 8:30am - 5:00pm Monday through Friday Contact Person: Michelle Rivera Will place animals at risk into foster homes. AREA AGENCY ON AGING -- SENIOR ADVOCACY FOR ELDER VICTIMS OF CRIME 1764 North Congress Ave., Suite 201 West Palm Beach, FL (561) (561) FAX 8 a.m. 5 p.m. Monday through Friday (continued next page) 3

13 affairs.org Contact Person: Mary Jones The program s mission is to empower senior victims of crime so they may recover from their victimization, regain their dignity and sense of security, and remain in the least restrictive setting (home) for as long as possible. The program assists victims (age 60+) of violent crime, domestic/family violence, property crime, elder abuse, exploitation and economic crime. All services are free and include crisis counseling and intervention, home visits, information and referral, criminal justice advocacy/support, personal advocacy, and assistance in filing a claim for Victim Compensation for property loss and medical/mental health expenses. The program also provides informative and educational presentations on elder abuse, neglect and exploitation, crime prevention, identity theft and senior sensitivity training. ATLANTIC COAST COUNSELING, INC Okeechobee Blvd., Suite 225 West Palm Beach, FL (561) (561) FAX Services offered include Battered Intervention Program, Drug & Alcohol Investment, Men s and Women s Groups, Same Sex Groups, English Groups, Anger Management, Mental Status Exams and Re-offender Groups. Hours: Call for dates/times of classes. Fees: Standard fees apply, sliding scale with documentation, with cash, money orders and check (upon approval) accepted as payment. BOCA RATON POLICE DEPARTMENT Domestic Violence Specialist/Victim Advocate 100 NW Boca Raton Boulevard Boca Raton, FL (561) or (561) (561) FAX Contact Person: Nikki Woller (continued next page) 4

14 The Victim Advocate Unit provides crisis intervention, supportive assistance, advocacy and counseling, and social service referrals. The Victim Advocate Unit provides crisis response as deemed necessary by the Boca Police Department and is on call 24 hours a day/ seven days a week. The Victim Advocate Unit assists all victims of crimes and provides social service assistance/referrals to the community. BOYNTON BEACH POLICE DEPARTMENT 100 E. Boynton Beach Boulevard Boynton Beach, FL (561) (561) FAX Hours: 8:00am-5:00pm (561) (cell) On call after hours Contact Person: Muriel Waldmann Providing assistance to victims and witnesses of violence within the City of Boynton Beach, Florida. CAFÉ JOSHUA 414 Seventh Street West Palm Beach, FL (561) Contact Person: Joseph F. Gamarano, Jr. Works with other agencies in providing support services for those homeless men, women and children who are desirous of ending their homelessness, but, who lack the resources. Provides a variety of services including a noonday meal. CATHOLIC CHARITIES, DIOCESE OF PALM BEACH, INC. P.O. Box 8246, West Palm Beach, FL th Street West Palm Beach, FL (561) (561) :30am 4:30pm Evening hours by Appointment Contact Person: Socorro Ramirez, MSW (continued next page) 5

15 Licensed clinical social workers and licensed marriage and family therapists provide counseling to anyone in need. Deal with problems such as depression, loneliness, grief and loss, anxiety, stressful relationships and other difficulties. Free in-home professional counseling for single or married women who are pregnant or have children, dealing with issues of isolation, anxiety and depression. Encourages decision-making skills, communication skills, assertiveness and problem solving. Immigration Legal Services provides services to foreign-born individuals in need of immigration assistance. The program s focus is primarily on family reunification. Citizenship Grant Services: the Citizenship program goal is to provide citizenship services to eligible refugees, asylum seekers, Cuban/Haitian entrants. CENTER FOR FAMILY SERVICES, INC. * 471 Spencer Drive (Administrative Office) West Palm Beach, FL (561) E. Linton Blvd, Suite G5 (Branch Office) Delray Beach, FL (561) W. Forest Hill Blvd., Suite 219 (Branch Office) Wellington, FL (561) Contact Person: Janice Brockington (561) The mission of the Center is to preserve and strengthen individual and family life through counseling and other services. Professional counseling provided to children, adults, couples, families and groups to empower clients to deal with situational or life problems. *SAFE KIDS PROGRAM Contact Person: Keri Oliver (561) Specializing in the treatment of sexual abuse and domestic violence. The mission of the SAFE Kids Program is to promote the emotional well being of individuals, families and children regardless of their ability to pay. Groups, school visits, and 6

16 home visits available for children and adult victims of domestic violence. CENTER FOR INFORMATION AND CRISIS SERVICES, INC. * P.O. Box 3588 Lantana, FL Telephone: 211 Contact Person: Terry Lee Kaly Provides telephone counseling to help people through personal problems, emotional stress and such emergencies as attempted suicide and drug overdoses. Provides information about the various human services available in the area to anyone with a need for that information. Provides linkage for people in need to appropriate agencies/services to eliminate or alleviate that need, and helps the client through the maze of resources. *TEEN HOTLINE Provides telephone counseling, crisis intervention and suicide prevention to adolescents. Serves as a special information and referral source for adolescent issues. Monday, Wednesday & Friday evenings, 4 10:00pm, teens are available on the Teen Hotline to talk to callers. *ELDER SERVICES Elder HelpLine enables Palm Beach County residents over 60 years of age to have at their disposal a ready and comprehensive source for community information on services which relate to their special needs; i.e. in-home assistance, recreational opportunities, support groups, etc. Also provides Elder Crisis Outreach (short term crisis intervention through home visits), and Sunshine Telephone Reassurance (calls over 600 residents who are either homebound or over 60 years of age to make sure that they are well, and to reassure them that they are not alone. CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT (See Department of Revenue) 7

17 CHILDREN FIRST PBCC Campuses: Main Campus: 4200 S. Congress Avenue (561) Boca Raton Campus : (561) PB Gardens Campus : (561) Required by court as a one-time 4-hour session to help divorcing parents focus on the effect the divorce has on the children. Through video-tape presentations followed by discussion, parents will be offered the opportunity to talk about their concerns for their children. The program, led by a child and family expert, will help parents minimize the negative effects of divorce on the child or children. Call closest campus for times and dates of classes offered. CHILDREN S CASE MANAGEMENT ORGANIZATION, INC. * 1720 East Tiffany Drive, Suite 101 West Palm Beach, FL (561) (561) FAX (800) Contact Person: Roxanna Childs Case management services for pregnant or post-partum women and their families. *BRIGHT BEGINNINGS HOME VISITATION PROGRAM Provides independent Family-Centered Service Coordination to those children who are at risk due to certain prenatal or postnatal criteria. Provides service coordination to women who are pregnant and have intense needs. Assists families to have healthy babies. *FAMILIES BUILDING SOLUTIONS Family empowerment via home, school visits and ongoing support groups for families. *BEACON SCHOOL Services include family-centered case management focusing on maintaining a safe and healthy environment in which children can succeed and strengthening parent-child relationships. 8

18 *FAMILY SELF-SUFFICIENCY PROGRAM Case management services are family-centered to assist families in becoming self-sufficient (off welfare programs and off housing assistance). Families must sign a contract of agreement between FSS and DBHA and may remain on the program up to five years. *KIN SUPPORT PROJECT Services include family-centered case management to targeted at-risk children and their families in order to promote stability, empowerment, resiliency and optimism as a pathway to family self-sufficiency. CHILDREN S HOME SOCIETY, SOUTH COASTAL DIVISION * 3333 Forest Hill Blvd. (main office) West Palm Beach, FL (561) (800) * NORTHWOOD FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER 2045 Broward Avenue West Palm Beach, FL (561) ext. 24 English ext. 23 Spanish (561) FAX Hours M-Th 8:30a-8:00p Fri 8:30a-5:00p Sat 9:00a-5:00p Contact Person: Betty Siladke (for English) Nubia Villa (for Spanish) Northwood Family Resource Center. Parenting classes for mandated parents in English and Spanish - $80.00 for an 8 week class. Anger management - $90.00 for an 8 week class in English and Spanish. Parent Support Groups in English once a week, no charge. Children s Anger Management workshops call for dates and ages, in English and Spanish, no charge. Esol and Literacy classes Mon Thurs 11:30a to 1:30p, no charge, with child care provided. Children s After School Soccer teams, (and, basketball, in season) Mon Thurs 2:00p 6:00p, no charge. Practice/games also, on Saturdays. NOTE: Sponsors needed to purchase uniforms, etc. * BELLE GLADE FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER (561) (continued next page) 9

19 * BOYNTON BEACH/SOUTH COUNTY CENTER (561) CHILDREN S PLACE AT HOMESAFE (THE) * 3409 Ponce DeLeon Avenue West Palm Beach, FL (561) North/Central Contact Person: Howard Olshansky * SAFETY NET DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROGRAM 2840 Sixth Ave. South, Lake Worth, FL FAX Contact Person: Brian McCarey, MSW; Gerda Muyen, LCSW A comprehensive response to family violence. Crisis Intervention for victims and their children; assist victims with developing linkage with community resources and shelters; individual therapy for victims and their children; support groups for adults and children; support and assistance in dealing with the criminal justice system. CITY OF RIVIERA BEACH CIVIL DRUG COURT * 200 West 12 th Street Riviera Beach, FL (561) Hours: M-F 8:30a 8:30p (561) FAX Hours: Sat. (Civil Hearings) Contact Person: Felicia Scott 10:00a 12:00p Provides an avenue whereby specific persons may petition a court of law and request that an addicted individual be ordered into a substance abuse treatment program. Provides direct civil hearings for residents of Riviera Beach such as Involuntary Evaluation and/or Involuntary Treatment. Provides a meaningful alternative to criminal imprisonment for individuals capable of rehabilitation as a useful citizen. * CITY OF RIVIERA BEACH CIVIL DRUG COURT RESTART PROGRAM Assists clients of the Riviera Beach Civi l Drug Court enhance social and economic status after completing residential treatment. Clients are offered community linkage to various 10

20 social, educational and therapeutic services to assist clients with employment training, housing assistance, parenting education and other services for total rehabilitation. CLERK CIRCUIT COURT DOMESTIC/REPEAT VIOLENCE DEPT. 200 W. Atlantic Ave., Delray Bch., FL South (561) PGA Blvd., N. Palm Bch., FL North (561) State Road 80, Belle Glade, FL West (561) N. Dixie Highway, W. P. Bch., FL Central (561) Contact Person: Jean-Adel Williams (Central office) Assist petitioners with the filing of Injunctions for Protection Against Domestic/Repeat/Dating Violence. Provide simplified petition forms for the injunctions, modifications, extensions and/or enforcement. There is no fee for this service. COALITION FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING OPTIONS, INC Forest Hill Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL (561) Hours: M F / 8:00a 5:00p (561) FAX Contact Person: Jamie Sembower Provide assistance to people with disabilities who are victims of crime. Provide advocacy and information and referral services. Provide court accompaniment and assistance in completing necessary forms to obtain crime victim compensation claims, benefits, relocation funds, restraining order and any other type of assistance for which the individual is eligible. 11

21 CO-DEPENDENTS ANONYMOUS (800) or (561) Northern P. B. County (561) Southern P. B. County hours call for list of meetings A fellowship of men and women whose common purpose is to develop healthy and fulfilling relationships. A twelve step program to individual growth and self-esteem. COLUMBIA HOSPITAL / THE PAVILION TREATMENT CENTER TH Street West Palm Beach, FL (561) (561) Emergency Ext Contact Person: David Dashev Treatment of psychiatric patients in a safe, therapeutic atmosphere. The Pavilion has an 88-bed facility and is a private Baker Act Receiving facility. Services offered are adult and adolescent inpatient programs, including intensive psychiatric care. This, combined with the medical/surgical hospital, permits patients with both medical and emotional problems to be treated at one location without being transferred. Dual-diagnosed patients are treated if the psychiatric diagnosis is primary. Detoxification services are available, and a substance abuse counselor is on staff. COMPASS, INC.* 1700 North Dixie Highway West Palm Beach, FL (561) Administration (561) FAX Contact Person: Sheila Bewsee Provides supportive, educational, social and referral services to the gay, lesbian and bisexual community of Palm Beach County. *HIV/AIDS SERVICES PROGRAM Provides Case Management Services for adult and teens who are living with HIV/AIDS. 12

22 *SAFE COMPANY An ongoing program that seeks to empower the gay, lesbian and bisexual community to unite and fight HIV/AIDS by providing outreach and educational services. *H.O.P.E. TEEN PROGRAM Provides individual, family and group therapy for teens who are gay, lesbian, bisexual or questioning their sexuality. COMPREHENSIVE AIDS PROGRAM OF PALM BEACH COUNTY (CAP)* Central Office North Office 2508 Metrocenter Blvd. 92 East 30 th Street, Suite A1 West Palm Beach, FL Riviera Beach, FL (561) (561) Contact Person: Kai Johnson Contact Person: Martha Allen South County Office West County Office 2222 W. Atlantic Ave. 25 S.E. Avenue E Delray Beach, FL Belle Glade, FL (561) (561) Contact Person: Meg Kelly Contact Person: Luz Benitez-Delgado Provides pediatric and adult case management and psychological services, to people with AIDS and AIDS related concerns. Provides education and risk reduction activities to thwart the spread of HIV. Supplies food and personal hygiene products to those in need. A variety of support groups are offered. CAP sponsors client assistance and community awareness programs where volunteers are active in leadership roles. If interested, your help is needed. *CAP-HIV+ SUPPORT GROUP Support groups for those in need who are HIV infected. COMPREHENSIVE ALCOHOLISM REHABILITATION PROGRAMS, INC. (CARP) 5400 East Avenue West Palm Beach, FL (561) Central (561) Lake Worth (561) Glades (continued next page) 13

23 Contact Person: Robert Bozzone, MS,CAP, MAC Provides direct treatment services for persons suffering from the diseases of chemical dependency and co-dependency. *ADOLESCENT RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT 5400 East Avenue West Palm Beach, FL (561) Residential substance abuse treatment for adolescence in a therapeutic environment where behavior change can take place using traditional therapeutic concepts combined with peer pressure. *ADOLESCENT ADDICTIONS RECEIVING FACILITY 3400 Belvedere Road West Palm Beach, FL (561) A non-hospital, secured medical facility staffed by a multidisciplinary team of professionals provides detoxification services for adolescents who are chemically dependent and suffering from symptoms of withdrawal. *OUTPATIENT SERVICES Locations: 6415 Lake Worth Road, Suite 101 Greenacres, FL (561) East Avenue 149 S.E. Avenue D West Palm Beach, FL Belle Glade, FL (561) (561) Provides services on an outpatient basis that include comprehensive, non-emergency admission evaluation; chemical dependency and co-dependency treatment and aftercare. Additionally, the program provides advocacy for those clients involved with the Criminal Justice system, intervention evaluation, treatment and referral for adolescents, and prevention and educational services to the community regarding chemical dependency and related issues. Among the programs offered are Basic and Advanced Issues Alcoholism/Chemical Dependency, Basic and Advanced Co- Dependency Issues, Women s Special Issues, and Court Services Program. Average length of treatment is three months for Basic Programs and six months for the Aftercare Programs. 14

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