Who We Are
What We Do
Residential Group Care
Enhanced Behavioral Health Overlay Services
Specialized Therapeutic Group Care
Education & Resources
Resources for Getting Help
Resources for Friends and Family
Signs of Abuse
Palm Beach County Statistics
Classic Rock and Roll Party 2018
Rock on at our Classic Rock & Roll Party on January 13th at Hard Rock Live
Our Residential Programs
Our residential group homes provide treatment services in home-like settings.
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HomeSafe at Pond Place
Our Independent Living Housing Program provides safe, affordable housing for those who have “aged out” of foster care.
With your help, we’re able to provide year-round recreational activities that allow our kids to experience a typical childhood.
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We’ve been dedicated to our mission since 1979. Since then, our organization has grown to serving more than 16,000 infants, children, young adults, and families each year.
WHAT WE DO
We provide comprehensive programs preventing new cases of violence, protecting victims of child abuse and domestic violence, and preparing children, young adults and families for safer, more productive lives.
WHO WE ARE
HomeSafe is a nationally accredited non-profit organization protecting Palm Beach County’s and South Florida’s most vulnerable residents – victims of child abuse and domestic violence.
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Despite a few setbacks, David has found success through the Residential Group Care program at HomeSafe and has high hopes for the future.
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Wanting to turn his life around, Josue’s hard work gained him acceptance into HomeSafe’s independent living program, Pond Place.
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After leaving her abusive husband, Linda enrolled in the SafetyNet program and quickly became a model of empowerment and strength within the group.
Read Linda's Story