PERC is committed to connecting students at Palm Beach State College to local resources that support students facing homelessness. We believe our students should be focused on academic success and excellence and not on whether they have a place to call home.
Continue to check this page as we update the resources.
Homeless and looking for a home?
The Lewis Center
The Senator Philip D. Lewis Center opened in July 2012 as Palm Beach County’s first homeless resource center. Having a partnership of homeless service providers in one location allows the Lewis Center to act as a central point of access for individuals and families seeking to end their homelessness. Here people get connected with supportive services and housing to restore them to self-sufficiency.
The Lewis Center Phone: 561-904-7900
Website: Palm Beach County Homeless Coalition
Community Resources Search Engine
PERC has partnered with Aunt Bertha to provide a search engine for free or reduced cost services like medical care, food, job training, and more. Enter your zip code to see services available in your area.
Visit the community resources website to local resources in your zip code.
Palm Beach State College Student Activities Center
Visit Student Activities center to learn about current housing resources for PBSC students.