Palm Tran offers a half fare on single-trip cash fare and reduced price on all QUIK Passes for those who qualify. Customers must qualify to purchase the discounted TD Bus Pass. Proof of household income, legal status and photo ID must be submitted to Palm Tran CONNECTION in West Palm Beach. For more information see: http://discover.pbcgov.org/palmtran/BusService/Fares.aspx
You can reach MyClinic with Palm Tran Bus 10 (en route from/to Gardens Mall, Palm Beach Gardens – Walmart, Jupiter/ West Indiantown) at Stop “Jupiter Town Hall” (Southbound Route) or Military Trail w. W. Indiantown (Northbound Route). For more information about bus routes, visit: http://discover.pbcgov.org/palmtran/Pages/Bus-Service.aspx
Section 8 Housing Forms are available at Jupiter Homes, 331 Toney Penna Drive, Jupiter, FL. 33458. Phone: 561- 743-5121. Rent is based on income level. One and two bedrooms are available. Contact them directly for more information.
Town of Jupiter has a program where a person can obtain up to $5000 for a down payment for the purchase of a home in Jupiter, after filling out forms and qualifying through the Community Development Block Grant program and the Housing Leadership Council. Contact: 561-653-4107 for more information.
Please refer to Department of Children and Families (DCF), Anna Estebanez, at 6415 W. Indiantown Road, Jupiter, FL 33458. Please call for appointment: 561-694-5475. Website: https://www.myflorida.com/accessflorida/
Look up local community partner agencies that help DCF provide access to public assistance services here:
El Sol Resource Center (106 Military Trail, Jupiter, FL. 33458) provides space to CROS Ministries to distribute food on Tuesday and Friday afternoons from 2 -4 pm.
A person may go once a month to request food bags.
St. Peter’s Church has food pantry in the morning on Saturdays every other week. Contact St. Peter’s Church for exact dates: (561) 575-0837. For more information about food pantries in Jupiter: http://www.foodpantries.org/ci/fl-jupiter.com
The Lords Place is the initial check-in point from 6-9 am in the morning. Then the person will be transported to the Lewis Center once interviewed.
This is a 90-day shelter where the person will be evaluated, receive 3 meals a day, shared room, medical assistance, job placement assistance, and other services.
Jupiter Police will evaluate and provide transportation. No person with an open outstanding warrant will be allowed in the center.
You can contact the Lewis Center at 561-904-7900 for more information.
El Sol Jupiter Neighborhood Resource Center (106 Military Trail, Jupiter, FL. 33458) offers classes to Spanish speaking resident during the evening, including English conversation, Computer Classes, and Spanish Literacy.
Contact them at (561) 745-9860 for schedule or see the Fall 2019 schedule here: https://friendsofelsol.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/Fall-2019-Schedule-Spanish.English.pdf
El Sol ofrece clases de inglés, español (alfabetización y secundaria,) computación y formación profesional.