We all need support sometimes. It’s ok to ask for help.
How The People Of Delray Beach Define Behavioral Health:
Our social, emotional and mental health and wellness
-Prentice Mobley, Parks and Recreation Staff and HDB Ambassador
It affects how we think, feel and act
-Jesula Jeannot, Atlantic High School Student
It helps us determine how we relate to others, cope with stress and make decisions
-Chief Jeffrey Goldman, Delray Beach Chief of Police
It is important at every stage of our lives
-Yvonne Odom, Retired Teacher
WHERE TO CALL:
2-1-1 is a free 24/7 community helpline and crisis hotline that provides suicide prevention, crisis intervention, information, assessment, and referral to community services for people of all ages.
WHERE TO GO:
Toddler, preschool, afterschool, and summer camp programming.
Children and family therapeutic services and support.
Youth and adult therapy and psychiatry.
Youth and family therapy and case management.
Youth and family services.
Family and Senior services.
Senior services and Grandparents Raising Grandchildren.
National Alliance on Mental Illness and support services.
Crisis hotline and mobile crisis team. Adult therapy, psychiatry, and residential services.
Seniors and families services and community center
WHERE TO LEARN MORE:
Partner Spotlight - Racial Equity Institute
Racial Equity Institute (REI) are an alliance of trainers, organizers, and institutional leaders who have devoted themselves to the work of creating racially equitable organizations and systems. REI helps individuals and organizations develop tools to challenge patterns of power and grow equity. HDB is committed to regularly hosting two-day REI workshops for residents and professionals in Delray Beach. By hosting these workshops, HDB is providing arenas for tough conversations, and ensuring partners are held to high equitable standards, HDB is working to improve mental and physical health outcome for all residents of Delray Beach.