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  1. CS/HB 77--Supervised visitation programs.(Children & Family Law): An article from: Florida Bar News by Gale Reference Team, 2007-07-01
  2. Engaging families with technology: South Florida's FamilyTech program increases parental involvement, student success.: An article from: T H E Journal (Technological Horizons In Education) by Ann G. Bessell, Jane M. Sinagub, et all 2003-12-01
  3. FTP: The Family Transition Program : implementation and early impacts of Florida's initial time-limited welfare program by Dan Bloom, 1997
  4. DAP for Infants & Toddlers (Child Caregiver Training Program) by Florida Department of Children & Families, 1997
  5. An indexed bibliography of the spiny lobsters, family Palinuridae (Report - State University System of Florida, Sea Grant Program ; no. 8) by Paul Kanciruk, 1976
  6. Foreign doctors train as nurses in Florida program. (More than 500 Applicants and Growing).: An article from: Family Practice News by Sally Peters, 2002-07-15
  7. Hemingway Days Festival: Hey West Florida Official Program by Hemingway Family, 1993
  8. The Family Transition Program: An Early Implementation Report on Florida's Time-Limited Welfare Initiative by Dan Bloom, 1995-11
  9. A benchmarking study of family, civil and citizen dispute mediation programs in Florida by Joseph P Folger, 2001
  10. The baseline plan for the University of Florida-Alachua General Hospital family practice residency program by Dennis Robert Howard, 1973
  11. The alternative family program, HRS District VI evaluation: Final report by David C Speer, 1994
  12. Progress of selected Florida and Georgia families in the Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (ERS) by J. Gerald Feaster, 1976
  13. Family Continuity Programs, Inc. prevention services program year 1 evaluation by Mary Ann Kershaw, 1996
  14. Developing a program of family ministry in the Anastasia Baptist Church, St. Augustine, Florida by Curtis Harvey Tutterrow, 1976

101. Florida Department Of Children & Families
Archived July 01, 2003 The Ounce of Prevention The florida Department of Childrenand Families, Substance Abuse Program Office contracted with The Ounce of
directory contact us newsletters first time user Programs Abuse Hotline
Foster Care
Adult Services
Mental Health

Health Agencies
Elder Affairs


Health Care

Veterans' Affairs

Substance Abuse Home FL Youth Initative Prevention Programs
FL Youth Substance Abuse Survey
... Links Past Articles Archived December 20, 2003 Red Ribbon Week, October 23-31 Details... FCAT Practice Materials Using Prevention Concepts Accelerating Progress Through Leadership Statewide Prevention Conference Set for November 18 - 20 A lot has been accomplished in substance abuse prevention in Florida since 1999. We have much to celebrate. Youth drug use rates are down across all drug categories. Most of this progress can be attributed to the coordinated effort of key state agencies and statewide organizations, emphasis on implementing evidence-based prevention strategies, and the expansion of local anti-drug coalitions. Come and join our celebration of progress to date and preparation for taking Florida's prevention effort to the next level. Each percentage point drop in drug use rates from now on will require us to be more focused and intent than ever before. It will start with leadership at all levels. So, this year the conference will feature presenters who are leaders and topics to enhance our leadership skills. The conference will be held at the Caribe Royale Resort in Orlando and will feature national leaders like Henry Lazano of the President's Advisory Commissoin on Drug-Free Communities and Beverly Watts Davis, the director of the Center for Substance Abuse Prevention. Visit

102. Florida Prepaid College Board - Keep College Affordable
kids. For the florida Prepaid College Program to survive, every floridafamily must be heard on this important issue. For information

Chairman's Message
Prepaid Plan Investment Plan Compare the Plans ... Contact Your Legislators Florida Prepaid College Board
March 2003 STANLEY G. TATE
CHAIRMAN, FLORIDA PREPAID COLLEGE BOARD A significant number of news stories have appeared throughout Florida regarding the increases in tuition advocated by the universities and the Florida Board of Education. It is important that every Florida family understands how giving our universities unlimited control over tuition will impact our children now and in the future. The Legislature now sets how much tuition and fees universities and community colleges may charge. Allowing the universities to set different tuition levels between colleges and allowing different tuition levels for different programs within colleges, without any limits, will make it almost impossible to establish future prices for Florida Prepaid tuition contracts. Granting unlimited authority to universities to raise tuition to meet the national average would also significantly increase the financial risk to the State.

103. SeniorBridge Family - Elder Care Home Services
We will then tailor a care program with a variety of services speciallydesigned to accommodate the needs of the entire family.
Providing ElderCare at Home
Family Situations

The SeniorBridge ElderCare Model

Vision Statement
Mission Statement

Providing ElderCare at Home
SeniorBridge Family assists older adults at home, whether home is a facility, an apartment, or the house they've lived in for twenty years.
Our services begin with a full understanding of both the older person and their family. We can conduct an immediate in-depth evaluation of the older person's emotional, social, spiritual and medical needs.
We will then tailor a care program with a variety of services specially designed to accommodate the needs of the entire family.
SeniorBridge has grown from caring for the aging parent and relatives of families to becoming their trusted, expert advisor on how to best manage their long-term care needs.
With a SeniorBridge care advisor, you develop a one-on-one relationship with a consultant who offers the expert advice you need and the attention you deserve.

104. About Healthy Families Florida
Ensure families are satisfied with program services. Healthy Families florida, sponsoredby the Ounce of Prevention Fund and the State of florida, Department of
We Help Parents Be the Best They Can Be
Healthy Families Florida is a community-based, voluntary home visiting program designed to promote positive parent/child interaction and healthy childhood growth and development, thereby preventing child abuse and neglect. The program is modeled after the highly successful national Healthy Families America Initiative, which is based on over two decades of research and experience with successful home visitor programs.
We Only Enter Where There's a Welcome Mat
Healthy Families offers families of newborns living in targeted areas and who are experiencing stressful life situations, home visiting services that are delivered by trained family support workers. The family support worker is invited into the homes of families to offer support, promote positive parent-child relationships, promote healthy child development, enhance family functioning through the development of a trusting relationship, enhance problem-solving skills and provide linkages to health and family support services families may need. Services may begin prenatally or at the birth of the baby and are offered to families for up to five years. The intensity of service is based on the family's needs.
An Old-fashioned Notion: Neighbors Helping Neighbors
Healthy Families Florida builds on and coordinates with existing home visiting and family support services that are available (such as Florida's Healthy Start Initiative, Head Start, Florida First Start and Parents as Teachers) and is based on well-researched critical elements that represent best practice in home visitation.

105. 2003 Orlando Sentinel Family Fund Grant Recipients
for children, $30,000. Christian Service Center for Central FloridaFamily Emergency Assistance program, $45,000. Coalition for the
2003 Orlando Sentinel Family Fund Grant Recipients
Toys and clothing for children and teens will be provided by the following agencies during the 2003 holiday season: Agricultural and Labor Program Osceola County Council on Aging The Salvation Army-Orange County The Salvation Army- Seminole County South Lake County Community Foundation Grants for other programs serving children, families and the elderly: Anthony House
General operating support BETA Center
Expansion of childcare program Catholic Charities
Family Emergency Assistance program and Semoran Food
Emergency temporary shelter for children
Christian Service Center for Central Florida
Family Emergency Assistance program Coalition for the Homeless
Housing programs for women and children Community Coordinated Care for Children
School Readiness program Community Service Center of South Orange County Back to School program Council on Aging of Volusia County In-home services and Meals on Wheels for seniors Pediatric Therapy program Educational Foundation of Lake County

106. TPOT Table Of Contents Page
and programs. Our highly qualified clinical team and support staff utilize stateof-the-arttreatment modalities that provide our clients and their families

Turning Point of Tampa, Inc. is a chemical dependency and eating disorders treatment facility, offering our clients individualized levels of care and programs. Our highly qualified clinical team and support staff utilize state-of-the-art treatment modalities that provide our clients and their families the tools they need to find and maintain recovery. Continually striving to provide the highest level of care possible to every client, the foundation of Turning Point's programs is chronic relapse prevention techniques that are essential to successful recovery.
Turning Point of Tampa, Inc - Your Recovery Starts Here

107. Delta Dental Selected For Florida Healthy Kids Program
and restorative care, as well as major restorative treatment from a network of participatingFlorida dentists. Most families enrolled in the program pay $15 a
Who we are and what we do
Dental plans to meet your needs
Delta news and industry headlines
News Delta Dental selected for Florida Healthy Kids Program
December 12, 2000
Maitland-based company one of three dental plans chosen to introduce new comprehensive dental benefit for Florida's kids Maitland, Fla. - Delta Dental Insurance Company, a member of one of the nation's largest single dental benefits systems, announced today its selection to help launch a new dental program for up to 160,000 of Florida's children. The Florida Healthy Kids Corporation awarded Delta Dental a multi-year contract to add dental to existing medical and vision benefits under the Florida Healthy Kids program. Florida Healthy Kids was created in 1990 by the Florida Legislature to provide healthcare to the uninsured children of working families. Delta Dental, with a regional office in Maitland as well as a field office in Miami, was one of three dental plans selected for the new dental portion of Florida Healthy Kids following a competitive bidding process.

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