Making a Difference in the Lives of People With Disabilities since 1959



Welcome to the Palm Beach Habilitation Center! For more than half a century Palm Beach Habilitation Center has been providing services to adults with developmental, emotional and physical disabilities so that they could achieve their greatest level of independence. Over 700 men and women receive job training, employment opportunities, residential services, recreational experiences and retirement services. Read More…

The Center’s main campus is located on 13 acres in Lake Worth, Florida. More than 280 additional work sites are located in community businesses throughout Palm Beach County and 28 sites provide a myriad of residential services.

We invite you to visit each of our programs and services on this website.

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Palm Beach Habilitation Center places 16th and wins $25,000!

The Palm Beach Habilitation Center is thrilled to be one of 34 charities selected that  participated in the 2017 Great Charity Challenge presented by Fidelity Investments® (GCC)!

The Great Charity Challenge paired  34 the randomly selected local charities with equestrian teams and sponsors who competed on behalf of the charities for a share of a $1.5 million purse!  We are very pleased to report that our team, EnVisian Products placed 16th and we will be awarded $25,000.  Special thanks to the riders – Jimmy Torano, Danielle Torano and Sam Walker… they won Team Spirit Award.  Additional $2,000 to the Center!

Please visit the Great Charity Challenge page to see all of the winners.  Special thanks to our sponsors Frontier Golf and EnVisian Products and Equestrian Sports Productions for supporting Palm Beach Habilitation and the community.   For more information on the Great Charity Challenge (GCC) please visit County logo.jpg of PB UW small.jpg _logo.jpg District of PB County.jpg Rehab.jpg

Palm Beach Habilitation Center does not discriminate in the provision of programs or services.  If you require Americans with Disabilities Act accommodations, please notify the Center at least seven (7) days prior to your visit. Most of the photography on this website was taken by Dayna Morgan, of Daynamphotography, Director of Vocational Training.