Great Charity Challenge Results!

FinalGCClogo2015outlinenoFidelityOur riding team placed 12th in the Great Charity Challenge!

We are so grateful to the Great Charity Challenge for supporting our mission. Through this event, we will receive $35,000 to support counseling for young children impacted by trauma, violence, and abuse.

A special thank you to all of the sponsors and supporters, especially the Bellissimo Family, Anne Caroline Valtin, Two Swans Farm, and Deerfield Farm.  A warm thank you to our staff and volunteers, who came out to cheer on our team in the rain!

 Click here for this year's Great Charity Challenge results. For more information about the event, visit the Great Charity Challenge website.

Effective Counseling for Children and Families

Our Mission

We strive to strengthen and empower children and families through prevention, early intervention, and treatment services that support their social-emotional wellness and growth.

The Center for Child Counseling is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that provides prevention, early intervention, and quality mental health services for children and families in Palm Beach County. Our services focus on promoting social-emotional health and wellness, allowing children and caregivers reach their full potential. To achieve our mission, we also provide an array of educational, supervision, and training opportunities for students and professionals, focusing on promoting effective strategies for working with children and their caregivers. 


3rd Annual Black Ties and French Fries

This fun event for the whole family includes a special themed kids' area with activities and chance drawings, cocktail hour, a silent auction, dinner, dancing, a signature cocktail by Tito's Vodka, and much more!

Proceeds from the night will provide therapeutic support for babies and young children impacted by abuse, violence, or trauma.

CLICK HERE to Purchase Your Tickets Today!

Honorary Chairs: Jon Fernans and Ruth Hartman

Committee: Jinette Acevedoc, Jennny Baker-Finch, Jillian Edelstein, Beth Eyestone, Brianne Ford, Kyndal Hayes, Kendra Haywood, Jessica Lopez Johnson, Ana Jorge, Laurie Lynch, Emily McBay, Kate Merwin, Lotte Murphy Shupp, Lindsay Noga, Jennifer Porter, Michelle Rafferty, Abbie Rosemeyer, Elizabeth Searles, Nida Simsek, Esther Sutton, Marybeth Underwood, Michelle Valentino-Cupini, and Moneka White.


Our Generous Sponsors

  • Children's Behavioral Health Collaborative

Our Impact in the Community

Last year, over 550 at-risk children living in high-risk neighborhoods, received prevention and early intervention services through the Center for Child Counseling to ensure that they have the best start in life.

Who is an at-risk child? Young children living in environments characterized by ongoing exposure to violence, abuse, and neglect...these children are at enormous risk for the development of persistent concerns that lead to negative physical and emotional health outcomes later in life. 1 in 4 young children in Palm Beach County live in poverty, a significant risk factor for exposure to an array of adverse experiences that negatively impacts brain development. Early intervention is the key to healthy outcomes.

Our Mission and Vision

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Building Strong and Resilient Families

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Promoting Healthy Parent-Child Relationships

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Promoting Clinical Excellence and Practice

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