Community Resources2019-05-17T16:08:46-05:00

Community Resources

ADDICTIONS
Alcoholics Anonymous (Intergroup*)
209 South Federal Highway – Suite C15/C16
Delray Beach, FL 33483
24 Hour Hotline: (561) 276-4581

Al-Anon Family Groups

(561) 278-3481

Cocaine Anonymous
(954) 770-7272

Narcotics Anonymous
(561) 393-0303

* = A service center which provides general information for Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, literature and other resources that help carry the message to the suffering alcoholic.

For more information on the Addiction resources listed above please call (561) 533-7093 {Confidential Contact}.

COUNSELING
Catholic Charities Counseling is here to help! We offer counseling in English and Spanish for individuals, families and couples to treat depression, anxiety, marital problems, family conflicts, social and relationship problems. For more information or a day time appointment, please call Maria Isava, MSW, ISW at (561) 215-0208.

Divine Mercy Counseling and Healing Center at St. Vincent presents a Catholic/Christian approach to help with life’s hurts through solid counseling techniques, spiritual guidance and the healing power of prayer. To schedule an appointment, discuss any fees, or obtain more information, please call Rita McCarthy at (561) 699-5800.

FOOD
CROS Ministries Caring Kitchen located in Delray Beach, Florida. If you are homeless and/or hungry you may get food at the Caring Kitchen. Serving lunch (12-1 PM) at local churches Monday through Friday and Sunday (3-3:30 PM). Click here for the current schedule and locations. For more information, call (561) 278-0918.

Cason United Methodist Church provides a double bag lunch on Saturday between 9:00 to 10:00 AM. The church is located at 342 N Swinton Ave, Delray Beach, Florida (corner of Lake Ida Road & Swinton Avenue).

CROS Ministries Community Food Pantry is locally supported through The Delray Beach Food Pantry Neighborhood Resource Center, 141 SW 12th Ave., Delray Beach, FL 33444. Use the parking lot behind the NRC and walk along the north side of the building to use the main entrance. HOURS OF OPERATION Monday through Friday, 12 noon to 3 p.m.

PBC Food Bank Benefits program offers assistance to apply for SNAP (food stamps) at various locations. Click here for the current schedule, locations, and languages offered. Seniors can call 2-1-1 for help over the phone.

HOUSING & SUPPORT
Family Promise assists children and their families that have become homeless in our community.

MISCELLANEOUS
2-1-1 crisis intervention, information, assessment and referral services for help with food, housing, employment, health care, counseling and more. Dial 211 in Palm Beach County. Alternate telephone numbers: (866) 882-2991 and (561) 383-1111.

PREGNANCY
Birthline promotes the sanctity of life and offers pregnancy care services.
Boynton Beach Office
212 E. Boynton Beach Blvd.
Boynton Beach, FL 33435
24 Hour Hotline: (561) 278-0880