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The Spirit of Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is more than a feast, football and watching the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. It is a uniquely American holiday celebrating the generosity and the bounty of the human spirit. Community Partners’ Targeted Case Management department were on a mission to ensure that their clients

The Plant Whisperer

Flora and fauna have long captivated humanity. Artists paint them – Monet’s Water Lilies, Georgia O’Keeffe’s Poppies, Van Gogh’s Sunflowers – and people give bouquets as gifts. Blooms represent love on Valentine’s Day and serve as a balm to ease the pain in times of sickness or grief.

Symbolic Meaning

A wedding ring is worn and rarely removed. Encircling the finger and glinting in the sunlight, it is an unbroken and eternal symbol of love and devotion. Baby shoes are bronzed and kept as a reminder of the boundless promise and spirit of adventure that accompanies a child’s first steps.

Dreams really do come true!

English or Esperanto, Danish or Dutch, Spanish or Swahili – the word ‘family’ has the same roots. At Community Partners, we believe in family. We believe they are the building blocks to a strong community and we firmly believe in empowering their financial development. We also believe in

A Prosperity Center Valentine's Day Love Story

Love is a many splendored thing. It lifts us up where we belong, it’s the tender trap and it will keep us together. But more than that, love makes a house a home. The last place Daniel expected to find love was in a halfway house. Recovering from a grueling addiction, he met Lisa who was also

Ground broken for Evernia Place, a new senior development near CityPlace

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla., Oct. 17, 2013 — Mayor Jeri Muoio, city officials, developers, builders and architects were joined by nonprofit leaders for the groundbreaking of Evernia Place in downtown West Palm Beach on Thursday morning.   The new senior affordable residential development is the

PCC Staff Member Published in Journal of 0-3 National Center for Infants, Toddlers & Families

Rebecca Matte, Triple P/Child Development Director for Parent-Child Center wrote an article called Early Childhood Intervention in a Child Care Setting Using Pay & Family Therapy and it was just published in the Journal of 0-3 National Center for Infants, Toddlers & Families, July 2013, v.33, #6.

CPG Supervisors –Trained to Train

During January, CPG supervisors became trainers of Client-Directed Outcome-Informed (CDOI) clinical work and the Partners for Change Outcome Management System (PCOMS)—which is now included in the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA) National Registry of

Workshop Ponders Ways to Help Children Succeed

Last September I was asked to be a part of a community dialogue at the Bridges at Pahokee.  Bridges, a program of the Children’s Services Council of Palm Beach County, are gathering places that connect local families to community resources so more children are born healthy, remain free

A Note from our CEO

Where has the summer gone? It seems to have flown by, as we enter the familiar South Florida period of “back to school” and “storm-watching.” CPG staff have been busy taking care of their own families and those we serve during this time, making preparations and getting things