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Howell Branch Court
Winter Park, Florida

Howell Branch Court is an Intermediate Care Facility for the Developmentally Disabled located in Winter Park, Florida. We are very proud to have 64 residents ranging from the ages of 18-75 years, calling Howell Branch Court their home.

No matter what the age or disability, our staff and Management Team strive for the highest standards of living in all aspects of a resident’s life. Residents, along with their families and friends, join in with other Team members, to develop annual plans for improving and reaching personal goals in all aspects of their lives including medical, nutritional, physical, social and developmental.

Through the bonds residents and families develop with compassionate and dedicated staff, combined with the motivation, encouragement and confidence given to residents, vast achievements can be made in everyday experiences.

In addition, there are limitless opportunities for social interaction. Howell Branch Court is a family, one that embraces residents and staff alike. There are staff working at Howell Branch Court who have been here since first opening our doors in 1982. They have been here to share in the celebrations of birthdays, holidays and the numerous parties and events planned throughout the year. Residents will make friends in the community during outings to such places as the Neon Club, movies, restaurants, theme parks, Camp Challenge, weekend vacations, concerts, sporting events and the list just goes on and on.

If you would like any further information about Howell Branch Court and the services and opportunities that we provide, please contact the Administrator at (407) 671-1115. We look forward to hearing from you.

Howell Branch Court
3664 Howell Branch Court
Winter Park, FL 32792

If you have a loved one with a disability and are interested in one of these CFC centers, please call the Placement Coordinator at the Agency for Persons with Disabilities and tell them you are interested in a program operated by Central Florida Communities.


The CFC Mission:

To strive each day for excellence... by supporting and encouraging each individual to achieve the highest level of independence in an environment that promotes independence, choice, dignity, happiness and opportunities to participate in decisions affecting every aspect of their lives.

Our Goals:

every aspect of their lives.

Praesidium Accredited