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Group homes are residential care homes that assist many type of people. This includes those with drug and alcohol problems that need residential assistance. Group homes also assist other abused or neglected youths, developmentally disabled, those with chronic mental issues, youths with criminal histories, etc.

We have listed all of the group homes that we have located in Lake Worth, Florida. Hopefully they can assist you in your search for help. If you know of any programs in Lake Worth please contribute by Adding a New Listing Here.

Signature Healthcare Of Palm Beach

4405 Lakewood Road
Lake Worth, FL - 33461
5619691400

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Crossings, The

4445 Pine Forest Drive
Lake Worth, FL - 33463
5619655954

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Avante At Lake Worth, Inc.

2501 North A Street
Lake Worth, FL - 33460
5615859301

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Oasis Health And Rehabilitation Center

1201 12th Avenue South
Lake Worth, FL - 33460
5615867404

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Village On High Ridge, The

1800 South Drive
Lake Worth, FL - 33461
5615884333

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Terraces Of Lake Worth Rehabilitation And Health C

1711 6th Avenue South
Lake Worth, FL - 33460
5615860808

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Medicana Nursing And Rehab Center

1710 Lake Worth Road
Lake Worth, FL - 33460
5615825331

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Children's Place At Home Safe, Inc.

2840 6th Avenue South
Lake Worth, FL - 33461

The Children's Place at Home Safe provides shelter, therapy and residential placement for abused, abandoned, neglected children, and those impacted by family violence.

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Palm Beach Habilitation Center, Inc.

4522 S Congress Ave
Lake Worth, FL - 33461

To create opportunities for adults with disabilities so that they may achieve their maximum level of independence.

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Adopt-A-Family of the Palm Beaches, Inc.

1712 Second Ave North
Lake Worth, FL - 334603210

In 1983 three local women active in community affairs founded Adopt-A-Family. They were concerned about families that had suffered financial reversal from illness, death, divorce or other extenuating circumstances and were no longer self-sufficient. They worked to find organizations and individuals who would assist a family for a one year period of time while the family worked to regain self-suf

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