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         Florida Family Programs:     more books (49)
  1. Competencies for professions serving at-risk and disabled infants, toddlers and their families by Anita Zervigon-Hakes, 1991
  2. Competencies, training and standards for eleven professions serving vulnerable infants and toddlers and their families by Anita Zervigon-Hakes, 1991
  3. An economic analysis of child care support to low-income mothers by Djehane A Hosni, 1979
  4. Evaluation of the Juvenile Alternative Services Project by Amanda Cannon, 1981
  5. Parent support groups: A model for integrating presentation format and diverse participant populations (Monograph) by Shirley Fox, 1985
  6. Medicare beneficiaries and HMOs: A case study of the Tampa-St. Petersburg market by Anna Aizer, 1998
  7. Curriculum: An introduction to community-referenced curricula (FMHI publication series) by Lynn Foster-Johnson, 1993

61. Arthritis Prevention & Education Program
florida Arthritis Partnership (FLAP) Meetings, membership information and FLAP ArthritisPrograms and Projects Health Communications, Lupus Seminars, Older
Arthritis Florida Arthritis Partnership (FLAP)
Meetings, membership information and FLAP Newsletter, which includes a comment survey.
An overview of the Arthritis Prevention and Education Program, including information on past activities and projects. Arthritis Programs and Projects
Health Communications, Lupus Seminars, Older Adult Health Promotion, May is Arthritis Month, Read for Health and Arthritis Self-Help Programs. What is Arthritis
Definition, articles, facts, statistics, etc.
Materials you can view, download or order online. Strategic Action Plans Reports
State of Arthritis in Florida Report and Healthy People 2010 Idea Bank
Send us your ideas. Links
Internet resources about arthritis. Contact Info

62. Office Of Family&Community Outreach
The Summer Food Service Program offers at no charge Office of family Community Outreach544 Turlington 325 West Gaines Street Tallahassee, florida 323990400
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63. Florida Family Transition Program (FTP) Evaluation (Printer-Friendly Format)
florida family Transition Program (FTP) Evaluation. General Information. Goal,To evaluate the components of florida s family Transition Program (FTP).
Florida Family Transition Program (FTP) Evaluation General Information View a brief abstract of this project. View a complete, printer-friendly profile of this project. Evaluator(s) MDRC
Investigator(s) Dan Bloom ( MDRC
Barbara Goldman ( MDRC
Sponsor(s) Florida Department of Children and Families (Formerly the Florida State Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services)
Funder(s) Ford Foundation
Florida Department of Children and Families (Formerly the Florida State Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services)

US Department of Health and Human Services

Subcontractor(s) Abt Associates, Inc.
Domain Income Security/TANF
Child/Family Status Completed (final report released) Duration Feb 1994 - Jun 2000 Type Research and/or Program Evaluation Goal To evaluate the components of Florida's Family Transition Program (FTP). Program/Policy Description FTP combines a time limit of 24 or 36 months with an array of enhanced services, parental responsibility requirements, and financial incentives designed to help recipients find and hold jobs. Participation in the program is mandatory for all non-exempt welfare recipients.

64. The Forum | Florida Family Transition Program (FTP) Evaluation
florida family Transition Program (FTP) EvaluationProgram Components, Policies, and Activities.
National Overview Welfare Program Components Children Special Populations ... Research Database Florida Family Transition Program (FTP) Evaluation: Program Components, Policies, and Activities Program Components, Policies, and Activities Evaluated Employment activities
  • Job skills training
  • Job readiness activities
  • Job search
  • Job placement
  • On the job training
  • Job development
  • Career transition centers
Educational activities
  • Adult Basic Education (ABE) courses
  • English as a Second Language (ESL)
  • GED courses
  • Post-secondary education
Financial incentives
  • Earnings disregards
  • Elimination of 100 hour rule
  • Increased asset limit
  • Lower benefit reduction rate
  • Financial Incentives - misc.
Financial disincentives/Sanctions
  • Reduced benefits for non-compliance
  • Strengthened JOBS sanctions
Program requirements
  • Parenting or social contract
  • School attendance
  • Immunizations for children
  • Broadened JOBS participation requirement
Social/Support services
  • Child care
  • Transitional child care
  • Transitional health benefits
  • Transportation
  • Case management
  • Multiple services in single location
  • Counseling
  • Enhanced social and health services
Time limits
  • Time Limits - misc.

65. Youth Family Services Home Page - Orange County Government
Funded by Orange County and the florida Department of Juvenile Justice Most programsare open to all Orange County residents family Counseling counseling for
Health and Family Services

Our Mission
Providing the safety net for children and families in Orange County Frequently Asked Questions
(Click on questions to reveal answers) Programs Family Services
Funded by Orange County to serve all eligible Orange County residents
  • Crisis Assistance Program provides one-time financial assistance to Orange County citizens who are experiencing a sudden, temporary financial emergency, but will be self-sufficient within one month. Assistance may include payment of rent, mortgage or utilities, as well as referrals to other needed services. (407-836-6500)
    Family Resource Program
    provides assistance to families enduring long-term hardships, usually as the result of health and disability issues. Services are focused on assisting families to become self-sufficient through a return to work or obtaining social security disability benefits. (407-836-7424)
    Home Visitors
    provides in-home education and support for families needing help in the areas of parenting and basic homemaking skills. (407-836-9340)

66. Community Outreach To Vulnerable Populations In Northeast Florida Family Medical
preceptors for the Physician Assistant’s Program at the University of florida andwere the Rural Farmworker Health Care Coalition joined family Medical
Reyna Shah
Community Health Scholars Final Report
Supervisors:  Toni Sell and Gil Walters
            There were three major goals of this project, all of which emphasized the importance of medical awareness and education within the vulnerable populations of rural Northeast Florida.  The counties that were targeted were Putnam, Alachua, Clay, and St. Johns.  The respective cities were Palatka, Crescent City, Hawthorne, Keystone Heights, and Hastings.             The first step in accomplishing goal one was to locate the senior centers in surrounding counties.  After contacting senior center coordinators in Palatka, Hawthorne, Hastings, Keystone Heights and Bunnell, a consensus was reached on the two most important yet poorly understood diseases.  These two diseases were Hypertension and Diabetes Mellitus.              These diseases seemed of particular interest to the senior centers of Northeast Florida because of their astounding prevalence and ensuing complications due to lack of disease management.  This type of educational outreach was presented in both clinical and seminar settings.             Several resources were used in an effort to disseminate comprehensive, concise yet useful information about Hypertension and Diabetes Mellitus. The focus of the seminars was pathology and preventive methods such as proper nutrition, regular monitoring, diet and medication management. When I addressed the two diseases at the senior centers, the first topic was basic anatomy of the heart and pancreas. 

67. Volunteer Florida Foundation
that serves as a catalyst in developing programs that encourage volunteerism,especially to strengthen efforts in literacy and for florida families.
About The Initiative Volunteer Opportunities Celebration of Reading Events Existing Program Locations ... Contacts in State Government Wednesday - June 9, 2004
About Us
Governor's Points of Light Award, Nominate! First Lady's Art Program
Volunteer Florida Foundation is a nonprofit organization that serves as a catalyst in developing programs that encourage volunteerism, especially to strengthen efforts in literacy and for Florida families. We do so by bringing groups together in partnership to leverage assets to their maximum effectiveness. Program partners include nonprofits, community organizations, national associations, faith-based groups, the private sector and state government. A direct support organization of Volunteer Florida, many initiatives under VFF management were created in partnership with Governor Jeb Bush. We are dedicated to furthering these goals in perpetuity.
Join us in strengthening Florida through family support and literacy.

68. Amelia Island Plantation - Florida Family Vacation Resort, Recreation Vacation P
Amelia Island Plantation s Recreation Department offers activities and programsto guests Perfect for your next family vacation to Amelia Island, florida!
Recreation Programs
The Recreation Department offers daily activities including games, contests, crafts, clinics, and lessons. Our staff specializes in fun for all ages, unforgettable experiences and lifelong memories. It is our goal to provide you with a fantastic variety of children's activities and family fun to enrich your total resort experience. From our award-winning kids' camp to poolside activities, we cater to guests of all ages. Kids
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69. Myflorida -Welfare Transition
Families/ Economic Services; florida Coalition for the Homeless; FamilyAssistance programs How and Where to Apply; Life Line Assistance
An equal opportunity employer/program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.
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Welfare Transition Program General Background Information
In October of 1996 two Acts (one Federal and one State) went into law that dramatically changed welfare and welfare work programs in the state of Florida. The October 1996 Federal Act: The Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act (PRWORA), Public Law 104-193 eliminated the open-ended federal entitlement program, Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC), and replaced it with the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) welfare program. The TANF program changed the nation’s welfare system from the receipt of cash assistance as an entitlement to one that requires work in exchange for time-limited assistance. The October 1996 State Act: The Work and Gain Economic Self-Sufficiency (WAGES) Act was developed to implement the requirements of TANF and to emphasize work, self-sufficiency, and personal responsibility as well as time-limited assistance. The WAGES program initially provided for child care, transportation, and other support services to enable welfare recipients to find and retain employment. The program was later expanded to provide up-front diversion services to potential applicants who might only need one-time or short-term assistance.

70. Family Vacation Bargains In Florida-- Family Vacations Deals
is in the style of an Old florida seaside resort. family fun includes pool witha 163foot water slide cats, other watersports; a three-hour program on sea
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    The Tradewinds Island Grand Resort has a "Swashbuckling by the Sea" package with pirate show, Dive In movie or Bonfire, 2-hour cruise on a pirate galleon with water-gun battles, treasure hunts, activities pass, beach cabana, more. Read about the Tradewinds Island Grand at TWKids Prices fo4 4-night packages start at $699/room (2 adults, 1 child) from May 1 to Dec. 24 2004.

71. Florida's E-Budget - Strengthening Florida's Families - Tobacco Prevention Progr
will use these funds to continue the highly successful SWAT and STRIKE programs; Clickhere to return to the Strengthening florida s Families Priority page.
Education Creating A Climate for Job Growth Florida Means Business Strengthening Florida's Familes ... Print Tobacco Prevention Program
Governor Jeb Bush and Lieutenant Governor Toni Jennings advocate funding the Tobacco Prevention program, one of the most successful public health programs in the history of the state. The Bush/Jennings administration is committed to fighting tobacco use in Florida, especially among children and teenagers.
. According to the Florida Tobacco Survey, between 1998 and 2003 tobacco use declined by 56.8 percent for middle school students and by 37.3 percent for high school students. The tobacco prevention program has attained numerous other successes over the life of the program. Other successes include:

  • reaching approximately 1.5 million primary and secondary students with tobacco education since the inception of the program
    building and maintaining a Students Working Against Tobacco (SWAT) membership of 70,000 youth statewide
    founding SWAT clubs in 203 middle schools, 206 high schools, and 85 community facilities across Florida
    providing a Tobacco Prevention Coordinator in each county to assist with SWAT and education activities
    successfully rallying for the passage of tobacco product placement ordinances in 46 cities and/or counties across Florida
    incorporating tobacco curriculum into the five Florida medical school programs
Unfortunately, due to lean economic times and the need to fund essential health services, funding for the program was significantly reduced to $1 million during Fiscal Year 2003-04. However, the Bush/Jennings administration proposes $16 million for the Tobacco Prevention program for Fiscal Year 2004-05.

I am so pleased to join Peggy Sapp and the florida family Partnershiptoday to kickoff this very important program,” Mrs. Bush said.

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First Lady Columba Bush and Informed Families/The Florida Family Partnership Kick-off "Too Smart to Start" Campaign
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MIAMI - First Lady Columba Bush, along with Informed Families/The Florida Family Partnership, kicked off the “ Too Smart to Start Campaign today in Miami at South Miami Elementary and South Miami Middle schools. “

73. :: FSU Faculty Member Named Florida Family Physician Of The Year For Wor
told the FAFP of how Smith helped her family and her the Program in Medical Sciences,a former feeder program for the University of florida College of
AUDIO FSU Headlines: Radio
March 25, 2004 Hometown doctor with FSU ties named Florida family physician of the year
Dr. C. David Smith
Dr. Smith with FSU College of
Medicine student Amanda Sumner
Dr. Smith
(Photos: Howard Robinson) FSU faculty member named Florida Family Physician of the Year for work as rural MD BY NANCY KINNALLY The Florida Academy of Family Physicians has selected Florida State University College of Medicine faculty member Dr. C. David Smith as Florida's 2004 Family Physician of the Year. Although he practices in a Panhandle town of fewer than 600 residents, Smith's impact is immeasurable to the people of Jay, Fla., and the surrounding area, where he has been the backbone of the health care system for 23 years. "As the recipient of the Academy's most prestigious award, we are proud to recognize Dr. Smith's ability to combine clinical excellence and compassion in a way that makes him an exceptional role model for patients, co-workers and a generation of aspiring family doctors," said Fleur Sack, M.D., president of the Florida Academy of Family Physicians. While he was once the only physician practicing in Jay, today the local medical community is thriving as a direct result of Smith's influence. Not only has he succeeded in recruiting at least a half dozen physicians to the area, but in his teaching role with the FSU College of Medicine's Regional Medical School Campus - Pensacola, he also is working to influence medical students to pursue careers in family medicine in rural areas.

74. College Of Education At The University Of Central Florida
The Department of Child family Community Sciences It also includes graduate levelprograms in Counselor and receipt of a florida Teaching Certification.
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Child, Family and Community Sciences
Department Chair: Dr. Wilfred Wienke Students completing a Bachelor of Science degree in Early Childhood Education are qualified to teach Pre-Kindergarten through grade 3 upon graduation and receipt of a Florida Teaching Certification. A Bachelor of Science degree in Exceptional Education is available for individuals interested in teaching exceptional students in grades K-12. The Exceptional Education Program includes specialties in Specific Learning Disabled Mentally Handicapped and Emotionally Handicapped. Master’s level programs are available in Counselor Education, with emphasis on school counseling or mental health counseling. The Counselor Education program operates a Community Counseling Clinic on the main campus. Advanced graduate students under the supervision of university faculty members staff the clinic. A Certification and Master’s Degree program is available in Early Childhood Education, focusing on preparation of professional personnel with advanced competence. The Master’s Degree and certification program in Exceptional Education prepare professionals to teach in the area of Varying Exceptionalities Certification. The Master’s program in Exercise Physiology is a science based program which prepares professionals for applied settings in the field or in preparation for advances degree work. The Specialist Program in School Psychology is an intensive two year course of studies which prepares graduates for roles as School Psychologists. Extensive work in field settings is an integral requirement of the course of studies.

75. RULE 12.750
program post the disclosure in a prominent place in the selfhelp program. to clarifythat nonlawyer personnel are not required to use florida family Law Form
RULE 12.750 FAMILY SELF-HELP PROGRAMS (a) Establishment of Programs. A chief judge, by administrative order, may establish a self-help program to facilitate access to family courts. The purpose of a self-help program is to assist self-represented litigants, within the bounds of this rule, to achieve fair and efficient resolution of their family law case. The purpose of a self-help program is not to provide legal advice to self-represented litigants. This rule applies only to programs established and operating under the auspices of the court pursuant to this rule. (b) Definitions. (1) "Family law case" means any case in the circuit that is assigned to the family law division. (2) "Self-represented litigant" means any individual who seeks information to file, pursue, or respond to a family law case without the assistance of a lawyer authorized to practice before the court. (3) "Self-help personnel" means lawyer and nonlawyer personnel in a self-help program. (4) "Self-help program" means a program established and operating under the authority of this rule. (5) "Approved form" means (A) Supreme Court approved forms or (B) forms that have been approved in writing by the chief judge of a circuit and that are not inconsistent with the Supreme Court approved forms, copies of which are to be sent to the Chief Justice, the chair of the Family Law Rules Committee of The Florida Bar, the chair of the Family Law Section of The Florida Bar, and the chair of the Family Court Steering Committee. Forms approved by a chief judge may be used unless specifically rejected by the Supreme Court.

76. Florida FHA Mortgage Lenders
include Section 203(b) A single family program that has down payment requirementsas low as 3%, allowing you to finance up to 97% of the value of the home.
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77. Celebration Of Reading
Since its inception, the florida Celebration has raised more than $3 million forfamily literacy programs statewide and organizers hope to continue this success
Maryland Celebration of Reading Update The Second Annual Maryland Celebration of Reading will be held on March 18th, 2005 at the beautiful new Strathmore in North Bethesda, Maryland. An exciting line-up of authors will be announced. For tickets and information, please contact Sarah Hamilton at 202.486.5810. Maryland Celebration of Reading! The very first Maryland Celebration of Reading held on January 23, 2004 was a tremendous success raising over $900,000 for family literacy programs in Maryland. An enthralled audience listened to readings by best selling authors James Bradley, Marc Brown, Barbara Bush and President George HW Bush, Mary Higgins Clark, Carol Higgins Clark, and Hugh Sidey. Hosted by Doro Bush Koch, the evening opened with a mock reality TV pilot entitled The Bush Bunch, which poked fun at the host's famous first family. To bring the night's purpose to the forefront, Idelca Jimenez Garcia spoke about how her experiences at the Adelphi Langley Park Family Support Center, a Maryland family literacy program funded by the Barbara Bush Foundation, helped her to become a successful business woman and single mother. We all look forward to next years Maryland Celebration!

78. Article News Florida Safety Educator Recognized
florida Fire Rescue Educator Shirley Copeland was recognized with the 2004 SafetyEducation Hero Award after a florida family credited her program for saving

79. Healthy Families Florida News Articles
Families, precious results programs that prevent problems before they erupt areworth their weight in gold. On that basis, Healthy Families florida has been
Below are links to news articles from Healthy Families Florida and articles from other sources which may be of interest. Healthy Families Florida does not control nor guarantee the accuracy, relevance, timeliness, or completeness of the information from any outside sources.
Article: Dollars and sense child abuse prevention
As printed in The Reporter on May 2, 2003. Article: Investing in children pays off
Article written by Dian McKinney, program manager of Healthy Families Manatee Article: Healthy Families helps parents
Editorial written by Christi Walters and published in The Vero Beach Press Journal Article: Funding for Healthy Families will aid Manatee County's children
Written by Dian McKinney, program manager, Healthy Families Manatee as printed in the Sarasota Herald-Tribune. Article: People Magazine: How to Build a Better Mom
A successful program prevents child abuse by teaching the art of being a mother. Article: Legislature needs to step up with dollars for children
Letter written by Sherry Read, Program Manager, Healthy Families Monroe and Joe Barker, Executive Director, Wesley House Family Services, Key West as published in the Florida Keys - Keynoter Article: Healthy Families is growing; so must state funding

80. ILPI Program Areas: The Florida Department Of Children And Families
project is a twophased effort related to a comprehensive training and certificationprogram of the florida Department of Children and family Services (DCFS
The Florida Department of Children and Families
Program Areas
Key Staff Expertise

Technology Transfer Lab

WSU Partners
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Training Effectiveness Research Project
This research project is a two-phased effort related to a comprehensive training and certification program of the Florida Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) working in conjunction with the Professional Development Center. It is a project that seeks to establish an empirical basis for understanding those conditions that create successful, cost-effective training programs for Florida child protection counselors. The first phase of this research will determine the extent to which the job training impacts individual employee performance, and the second phase will determine the impact that this training enterprise has on the performance of the organization as a whole. As such, the research will address both transfer of training and organizational improvement. The project includes an analysis of both existing, as well as newly collected, data.
An Overview of the Research
Background of the Study
In 1996 The Florida Department of Children and Family Services began a new approach to training and certifying all state child protection counselors. This two-part program involves:

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