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


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.

Click Here To Call 211Or Visit The 211 PBC Website (http://www.211palmbeach.org/)


Toddler, preschool, afterschool, and summer camp programming.

Phone number: 561-276-0520
Website: achievementcentersfl.org



Youth and family therapy and case management

Phone Number: 561-612-6000
Website: boystown.org



Children and family therapeutic services and support.

Phone Number: 561-244-9499
Website: centerforchildcounseling.org



Youth and adult therapy and psychiatry. 

Phone Number: 561-533-6640
Website: chrysalishealth.com



Youth and family therapy and case management.

Phone Number: 561-841-3500
Website: cp-cto.org



Youth and family services.

Phone Number: 561-721-2887
Website: familiesfirstpbc.org



Family and Senior services.

Phone Number: 561-852-3333
Website: ralesjfs.org


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Senior services and Grandparents Raising Grandchildren.

Phone Number: 561-471-5111
Website: morselife.org



National Alliance on Mental Illness and support services.

Phone Number: 561-588-3477
Website: namipbc.org



Crisis hotline and mobile crisis team.               Adult therapy, psychiatry, and residential services. 

Phone Number: 561-495-0522
Website: southcountymentalhealth.org



Seniors and families services and community center

Phone Number: 561-395-8920
Website: volencenter.com


Partner Spotlight - Parks And Recreation

Meet our friends at Parks and Recreation! In addition to managing our beautiful parks, they also provide several ways to improve your behavioral health. Here are just a few ways that getting involved with Delray Beach Parks and Recreation can help your health:

  1. Get outside. This is a great stress reliever. Whether you choose the beach or a stroll through one of Delray's parks, reconnecting with nature helps us to relax. CLICK HERE for the list of parks.
  2. Volunteer. Help your fellow man (or woman). Generosity is a great way to feel positive about the world. If you follow them on Facebook, you will be the first to know about volunteer opportunities.
  3. Connect to your neighbors. Socializing and expanding your network provides emotional support. Get out there and meet Delray folks through Parks and Recreation. Here's a GREAT SITE to stay informed of ways to connect.