We offer programs, activities and resources for children, teens, and adults living in a western area of Lake Worth in Palm Beach County. Our staff provides innovative services ranging from early literacy for young children to college preparations for teens to parenting workshops for new parents. Read more.


Lake Worth West Community Center promotes family unity and community safety through all of our services. We provide services for entire families, as well as referrals to health and human service agencies.


We have many programs for babies, preschoolers and their families through BRIDGES and ParentChild+ which is funded by Children’s Services Council of Palm Beach County. Our goals are to increase healthy births, prepare children for the start of school, and have children be at grade level by the time they reach third grade. Read more.


Our services for young people are designed to give them confidence to continue their education, break the cycle of poverty, and stay clear of distractions. We provide homework assistance, after-school programs, special events, and other activities, including our popular college prep club. Read more.


There are many services for adults, including a range of classes, clubs and other activities to become great parents, neighbors and contributors to their community. We provide family educational workshops such as ESOL Classes, Yoga, Zumba, Healthy Cooking Classes, Financial Literacy, and much more. Read more.


Since the beginning, the residents have worked with publicly elected and appointed officials to push for infrastructure improvements and neighborhood beautification, increase educational opportunities, and continue to resew the fabric of the community.  With help from Palm Beach County government, Lake Worth West became the first target revitalization are in what is now known as CCRT (Countywide Community Revitalization Team) that was established by the Board of Commissioners within the Palm Beach County Planning and Zoning Department.


Our Bridges at Lake Worth West Ambassadors have successfully planned, organized and executed their first community event to celebrate the Hispanic Heritage. The event was very informative, entertained and well attended.
We’ve Moved!
February 5, 2023 | No Comments
Lake Worth West Resident Planning group has successfully moved their Headquarter offices to a more specious and well situated location at 2411 10th Ave. North, Lake Worth, FL 33461
Lake Worth West Resident Planning Group, Inc., is happy to announce great changes in its leadership with Saidy Garzon as the new CEO and Kathy Wall as the new president of the board.


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Lake Worth West Resident Planning Group is accredited – What does that mean?

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