Strengthening families through counseling, education and homeless intervention.

Founded in 1961 to provide affordable, quality counseling services for residents of Palm Beach County, The Center for Family Services embraces the philosophy that families should be the center of the community and in the center of every family should be a healthy connection. We are a family of caring professionals driven by the core values of commitment, quality, teamwork, pride and stewardship. 

Center for Family Services 16th Annual Old Bags Luncheon

The Center for Family Services’ Sixteenth Annual Old Bags Luncheon™, one of the most popular luncheons of the season, took place on Thursday, February 27, 2014, at The Breakers. Linda Adelson, Lorrain Hall and Soula Rifkin served as chairwomen. Honorary chairs were Joan Klann and Kitty Silverstein and Advisory chair, Judi Richards. This electrifying event featured a magnificent silent auction of over 300 designer handbags, jewelry, a raffle and a luncheon with comedian Darrell Hammond.

Darrell entertained the crowd at The Center for Family Services’ Old Bags Luncheon™ with his impersonations and shared his personal story with the audience.

Proceeds from the Old Bags Luncheon™ benefitted The Center for Family Services’ programs provided to children who suffer from domestic violence, sexual abuse or homelessness.