Sponsored Programs for Calendar Year 2019
Sponsored Programs are non-profit community agencies that have a funding agreement with the Health Care District of Palm Beach County to provide health or health-related services to the uninsured, underinsured or vulnerable county residents. These services help fulfill our mission to be the health care safety net for Palm Beach County. This annual grant process to agencies with compatible missions is one of the many ways we work to provide health services to keep our community healthy.
Specialty Health Care Services - Psychiatry, cardiology, dermatology, endocrinology, ENT, gastrointestinal, nephrology, neurology, nutrition, ophthalmology, podiatry, pulmonology, rheumatology, urology, internal medicine, chronic diseases and obesity screening, nutrition counseling, chronic disease counseling, health education, and monitoring for overweight and obese Palm Beach County residents.
Contact Information: (561) 737-6336
Behavioral Health with direct services like individual, family and group therapy including crisis stabilization for adult and pediatric residents of Palm Beach County. CFCC Institute for Clinical Training provides education and workshops focusing on community education to promote early identification of mental and behavioral health needs for children. The trainings are for parents, caregivers, professionals and the community to effectively buffer the effects of toxic stress in children related to Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs).
Contact Information: (561) 244-9499
Mental Health and/or Substance Abuse Counseling on an outpatient basis for individuals, family and children who reside in Palm Beach County.
Contact Information: (561) 616-1222
Mental Health Counseling - Provide therapies for those who suffer from various forms of trauma, abuse, depression, suicidal tendencies and post traumatic stress disorder. Also provide educational trainings to the community to increase awareness and identify mental and behavioral conditions.
Contact Information: (561) 444-3914
Durable Medical Equipment (DME) services to PBC residents.
Contact Information: (561) 640-2995
Vision, Mental Health Services and Chronic Disease Management Clinic - Vision services include a full range of optometry services like routine eye exams, eye disease checks, prescription services and eyeglasses. Mental Health services offered twice weekly including mental health screenings, assistance finding follow-up services and consultations with a volunteer psychiatrist. Chronic Disease Management Clinic is open three days a week providing support, education and care for hypertension, diabetes and other chronic diseases.
Contact Information: (561) 840-8681
Diabetes Prevention and Management by using risk assessment screenings, care coordination assessments, referrals and linkages, general education, targeted education and outreach, diabetes prevention program, diabetes self-management program and training.
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Behavioral Health Services for adults and children to include individual, group and family therapy. In addition, Targeted Outreach for Pregnant Women (TOPWA) is an innovative outreach program for pregnant women at risk of HIV, HIV positive and/or pregnant substance abusing women who are in need of prenatal care, medical care and support.
Contact Information: (561) 721-2887
Circle of Moms program provides support to the maternal mental health needs of pregnant and postpartum women. CenteringPregnancy program is an evidence-based model of patient- centered prenatal care in a group setting.
Contact Information: WPB: (561) 623-2800 | Greenacres: (561) 665-4500 | 1-888-414-4642
Partial Hospital Program is a program designed to prevent inpatient psychiatric hospitalizations. Co-occurring residential treatment program treats adults with a mental health and substance abuse diagnosis.
Contact Information: (561) 383-8000
Legal Services for Medical Assistance -Services address the vital need to improve health and well-being of low-income and other vulnerable populations by resolving unmet legal needs and removing legal barriers that impede access to care.
Contact Information: (561) 655-8944 | 1-800-403-9353
CARE Team provides health support and coordination services to homeless individuals and families. The CARE Team is a group of professionals such as a psychiatric nurse practitioner, medical assistant, case manager, job coach, and other key client support who collaborate the care of The Lord's Place most vulnerable.
Contact Information: (561) 494-0125
Behavioral Health - Behavioral health screenings, helpline assistance and referrals, peer place mentoring, Certified Recovery Peer Specialist services provide support and screenings, supportive counseling, and navigation services for pediatric and adult individuals with signs of mental illness and/or substance use disorders.
Contact Information: (561) 832-3755
Adult and Pediatric medical services - primary care, Diabetes Education and Support Groups, care coordination, behavioral health and limited specialty services, as well as referrals for urgent dental care. Patients receive access to lab, imaging and screening mammograms through Jupiter Medical Center.
Contact Information: (561) 203-7511
Peer Mentoring -Work with individuals living with mental illness who have no support. The peer support specialist (mentor) will connect individuals with community resources that assist with social connectedness and support network. Peer to Peer education course will be taught by Peer Support Specialists to individuals living with mental illness. The curriculum will include personal goal setting, coping and problem solving skills and utilize community services that support stabilization and recovery. Family to Family course teaches family members and caregivers about mental health conditions, treatment options, medications, problem solving, coping strategies and coping skills.
Contact Information: (561) 588-3477
Project Access - provides care coordination services for specialty medical care and specialty dental care. The Project Access team screens, navigates and enrolls for services through the ACA Marketplace, Medicaid, Health Care District of Palm Beach County, and Project Access Direct Care. Voluntary health providers will provide care through office visits, laboratory testing, diagnostic imaging, hospital care, and specialty dental care for patients enrolled in the Project Access Direct Care.
Contact Information: (561) 433-3940
Food services- Stage “Food Farmacy Pop-Up Eat Well Centers” that deliver high-quality nutrition and education intervention services such as food, nutrition therapy, cooking classes, one-on-one nutritional counseling and group classes tailored specifically to prediabetes and diabetes medical needs to improve health outcomes for patients.
Contact Information: (561) 400-2712
Navigation - Community Resource Educators (Navigators) will assist residents with applying for benefits (medical, food stamps, etc.). Cooking Matters Nutrition Education will teach residents how to eat healthy for less and to prepare healthy meals on a limited budget. Medical Interpreter Training is a training for bilingual individuals interested in medical or community interpreting targeting providers in the Glades area and Coastal PB County.
Contact Information: (561) 996-3310