Gainesville, Fla – Partnership for Strong Families (PSF), the lead child welfare agency for Florida Judicial Circuits 3 and 8, announced today the completion of their “Back to School Drive,” preparing youth who have experienced abuse or neglect for the first day of school with the supplies they need for academic success. The agency also completed their first ever “Home for School” initiative, during which 21 children were reunified with their families of origin and pre-adoptive placements were secured for four children in time for the start of school.
Orlando, Fla – The Florida Coalition for Children Foundation’s (FCCF) annual awards were presented last Wednesday to child welfare professionals, advocates and legislators during a lunch reception hosted in Orlando.
Gainesville, Fla – Partnership for Strong Families (PSF), the lead child welfare agency for 13 North Central Florida counties, will host a banquet to honor local foster parents at the Santa Fe River Ranch in Alachua on May 19 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
GAINESVILLE, FLA – Partnership for Strong Families (PSF), the lead community-based care agency for Florida Judicial Circuits 3 and 8, announced today the launch of a multi-tiered campaign to increase the safety and well-being of children in the community.
GAINESVILLE, FLA – On Saturday, April 4, the Alachua County Child Abuse Prevention Task Force will host “Storybook Swamp” at the Northwood Family YMCA as a component of Child Abuse Prevention Month, which is celebrated nationally each April.
CHIEFLAND, FLA – Citizens, elected officials and community leaders of Levy, Gilchrist and Dixie counties will gather tomorrow, March 19, for a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony to mark the opening of the Tri-County Community Resource Center (TCCRC)
GAINESVILLE, FLA – Partnership for Strong Families (PSF), the agency responsible for foster care and related services in 13 North Central Florida Counties, met their state goal of licensing 30 new homes this week, more than four months ahead of schedule.
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