Get The Help You Need

If you or a loved one are in need of information or resources, the 211 Helpline is a confidential, community helpline and crisis hotline that provides immediate guidance and referrals to local programs and services. You can also view a list of United Way of Palm Beach County’s nonprofit partners that we fund to help connect people with resources like food, housing support, financial stability, and more.

Our funded programs help people obtain medical insurance and comprehensive healthcare services.

Our funded programs enhance the quality of life for children with special needs and their families.

Our funded programs help households increase income, build savings, and grow assets. 

Our funded programs help individuals and families keep a roof over their heads. 

Our funded programs help households have increased access to nutritious food.

Our funded programs connect youth with caring adults who provide emotional and social support that positively impacts the trajectory of their lives. 

Our funded programs support youth with educational resources and skills so they graduate from high school, obtain post-secondary credentials, and succeed in life.

An initiative that supports navigation services for military veterans and their families, including employment services, housing support, and other resources.

Alpert Jewish Family & Children’s Service serves the community by providing social services to strengthen individuals and families and participating in identifying, addressing, and assisting in the coordination of aid for
community needs.

Alzheimer’s Community Care provides dementia specific education and information, referrals to community-based services, linkage to respite and support groups, transportation services, and family guidance with care plans.

View the Food Finder Map

Find hot meals, grocery items, and other food resources near you.