Helping families get through periods of adversity
What does Community Partners do?
Home to Housing Partnership Inc. and ParentChild Center, Community Partners has been serving Palm Beach County for more than 30 years. The holistic approach to family and community development effectively blends housing, community and mental health services to fulfill the mission of changing the odds. They work with Palm Beach County residents to build skills to achieve self-sufficiency, stability and success. How does your agency benefit the community?
Community Partners collaborates with residents. We h o n o r their voices and work with them to enact tangible, long-lasting and positive change in their lives and the lives of their children. What i s your a ge ncy’s focus for the future?
Palm Beach County is in the midst of an affordable housing crisis and Communit y Partners’ objective is to address the challenges of affordable and sustainable housing in relation to our overarching mission of changing theodds for families facing adversit y. We want Palm Beach Count y residents to hear about the tireless efforts of our organization and to know that these services are available to all who may need them. How can the community help?
By joining us on our mission through monetary donations, donations of gentlyused goods or volunteer efforts.
OCEAN INLET PARK
6990 N. Ocean Blvd. 10.29 acres
Sunrise to sunset (inlet fishing 24 hours)
Intracoastal Waterway frontage (1,100 feet), lifeguard, fishing (saltwater), water skiing, jetty, marina, boat slips (rentals), children’s play area, ocean overlook, seating pavilions, snack bar, family picnic shelters, volleyball area, restrooms, outdoor showers
Jibby Ciric, director of education and innovation for Community Partners, assists a child at Stonybrook Apartments in Riviera Beach. The Section 8 neighborhood, home to many families, is one of the “pockets” where the nonprofit provides services.
Scott Hansel, the CEO of Community Partners