We believe that individuals with disabilities should have the option to live as independently as possible, gain control of their lives, and become part of their communities. Palm Beach Habilitation Center’s residential options include three group homes and supported living services that allow people with disabilities to live at their greatest level of independence.


The Supported Living Program provides individuals with disabilities training and support to live independently in the community. Program participants share apartments or homes with roommates of their choice. Supported Living Coaches assist individuals in developing daily living skills to promote greater independence. Eligible participants are men and women, 18 years of age or older, who have the desire to learn to live in their own community. Supported Living coaches are available on-call for support 24/7. Training includes but is not limited to:

  • Money management
  • Shopping
  • Menu preparation
  • Cleaning Skills
  • Safety
  • Use of Public transportation

Please contact Vicky Sapone at vsapone@pbhab.com or at 561-956-8500, extension 218 to learn more about the program.


The Palm Beach Habilitation Center owns and operates three group homes in Palm Beach County where individuals can receive residential skills training to maintain and improve their independence. The program provides a structured and supervised home-like environment that ensures each person’s basic needs are met. Proper nutrition and exercise are emphasized to assure that each person is living at their optimal level of health.  Community integration is encouraged and residents are provided with a choice of social activities to enrich their lives.


Amy’s House opened in 2012 and is home to six adult women. The Key West-style home features individual bedrooms with private baths, great room, formal dining room, screened porch, enclosed garage, and a large yard and garden area.


The Babbette Wolff Residence provides men and women participants with a home environment and skills training in order to maintain and improve their level of independence.


JB’s Ranch is the Center’s  first group home providing 12  male residents with a home environment and skills training.