Help End Your Homelessness

Are you homeless now?
Or on the verge of being homeless? 
Help is standing by 24 x 7. 
Housing is a basic human right, that's why in 2012 Palm Beach County opened its first single-point of access location to connect homeless individuals and families to services, resources and housing.
The Senator Philip D. Lewis Center offers hope for a home, a job and a way to end your homelessness.
Accessing services at The Lewis Center – What you need to know:
You can get a referral to the Lewis Center on a 24-hour basis, 365 days a year. The Lewis Center has assembled a team of service providers, each offering a distinct service to meet the unique needs of each client.
To access services at the Lewis Center you must call (561) 904-7900. Please do not arrive at the Lewis Center without having received an appointment time.
Upon referral, a navigator at the Lewis Center will interview you, input your information and help you locate and access the services and providers that fit your needs.
Call 561-904-7900 to request a referral in to the Lewis Center.
Toll Free: (855) 539 - 4772
Address: 1000 45th Street, West Palm Beach, FL 33407
The Lewis Center
1000 45th Street
West Palm Beach
Need Help?
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Not homeless, but need help with food, bills and essentials?

Check out our Community Resources page. We have compiled a few of the providers into one place.


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The School District of Palm Beach County Reports
4,295 students are homeless.

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Current Needs

  • Non-perishable food items
  • Baby food
  • Adult men's & women's socks
  • Adult men's & women's underwear
  • Diapers all sizes
  • School supplies

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