Pat Reeves Village

Pat Reeves Village is a member of a collaborative of service providers representing a continuum of care for the homeless and homeless at-risk in Palm Beach County. Pat Reeves Village is currently the only emergency shelter for homeless families with dependent children and is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Families in the shelter are part of a structured, supportive program that includes crisis counseling provided by The Center. Residents with other needs are linked with collaborative agencies, after-school tutoring by Palm Beach County School District teachers is provided to children at the shelter, and families receive budgeting and employment counseling. Pat Reeves Village provides temporary emergency shelter for homeless families. For people at imminent risk of homelessness, this program provides assistance with rent, mortgage and utilities. We also provide relocation assistance (Traveler’s Aid) for individuals who are stranded to return to their out-of-town families. Referrals, food, clothing and personal hygiene items are provided to the homeless and at-risk served by both programs.

In 2009-10, Pat Reeves Village provided:

  • Over 15,000 adults and children with basic services including shelter, food and clothing
  • Over 20,000 nights of shelter assistance
  • Over 15,000 referrals to link individuals and families to community resources
  • More than 10,000 meals
  • More than 3,000 transportation passes


For more information on Pat Reeves Village,
email Daniel Ramos, Vice President of Homeless Programs & Community Engagement
or call 561-514-0564.