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Palm Beach County, Fla. – Jervonte “Tae” Edmonds knows about helping others. His role as Founder and CEO of Suits for Seniors, Inc. is the nation’s fastest growing youth preparedness and exposure program. His newest venture takes him into the literary world as author of Adventures of the
Our team is hard at work preparing for our first annual Community Partners Housing Fair to be held Saturday, March 9 between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. at the Riviera Beach Marina Village located at 200 East 13th Street. This educational event will include plenty of free food, entertainment and
The Riviera Beach Homebuyers' Club is a six-month experience designed for residents who are ready to begin the pathway to homeownership. This free program is sponsored by the Riviera Beach Community Development Corporation (RBCDC) and newly managed by Community Partners. We’re very pleased
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Jaime Joshi Company: Community Partners Email: [email protected] Phone: 561.841.3500 Community Partners Receives National Accreditation Community Partners has achieved national accreditation through the New York-based
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Jaime Joshi Company: Community Partners Email: [email protected] Phone: 561.841.3500 Vice President of Housing Services, Lynda Charles, contest winner Chelsea Gianna Louis and her mother Milca Ambroise Louis (WEST PALM BEACH,
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Jaime Joshi Company: Community Partners Email: [email protected] Phone: 561.841.3500 Community Partners CEO one of 56 professionals selected for esteemed program
Angela stared at herself in the mirror, water dripping from her face. Her mind flashed back to the yelling and how angry her boyfriend had been. Again. She couldn’t do this anymore. She wouldn’t do this anymore. She had to leave. For herself, yes. But more for her children – three
The opioid crisis has reached epidemic levels all over the nation and the effects we are seeing in Palm Beach County are harrowing. As authorities crack down on heroin, people are turning to synthetics to satiate their addiction and it’s coming at a high cost. Heroin is ten times more
Celene has been bucking the odds her whole life. Born in Riviera Beach in the late 1960s with a litany of health issues, Celene was told that she wouldn’t live long. Fifty years later, Celene’s cheerful grin is the first thing customers see when they enter their neighborhood McDonalds
The future belongs to those who prepare for it today - Malcolm X. The future belongs to our children and the teens in the Teen Outreach Program in Pahokee are getting engaged in their community to ensure that their concerns are heard and their vision of a brighter tomorrow is clearly