Back To School Extravaganza 2018!

June 5, 2018
Education
Back To School Extravaganza 2018!

Back To School Extravaganza 2018Help all students and teachers get what they need to have a successful school year! Your $35 donation outfits a child in need with uniform, shoes, backpack and supplies.

For more information, call (954) 377-1000.

Donations can be made online with credit cards at
www.neighbors4neighbors.org/back-to-school.

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Choose the following designation on the Neighbors 4 Neighbors website: Back to School - Broward

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To Donate by Check:
Make check payable to the Community Foundation of Broward and write "CSC Broward Charity Fund" on the memo line.

Mail to: Children's Services Council of Broward County,
6600 W. Commercial Boulevard, Lauderhill, FL 33319.

Download the Flier HERE!

Visit HandsOn Broward for volunteer opportunities.

Back To School Extravaganza 2018 FlierDownload the Flier HERE!

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Intensive In-Home Services | Kids In Distress
954-390-7654
Intensive, in-home interventions provided for an average of 10 face-to-face hours per week using the best practice model HOMEBUILDERS® Program. The families referred to this program must be referred by BSO CPIS and must be families at high risk of having their children removed from their home. Prior to making the referral, the BSO CPIS Supervisor and Service Provider Specialist must be consulted. Referrals cannot be faxed.
Jewish Adoption & Foster Care Options (JAFCO)
954-749-7230
Intensive, in-home therapeutic program provided for up to 10 hours per week by highly-trained Multi-Systemic Therapy Master’s level clinicians to serve families with youth at risk of delinquency or youth with a history of delinquent behavior.
Juvenile Assessment Center Collaborative Project | Broward Sheriff’s Office
954-765-4469
As a part of the Juvenile Assessment Center (JAC) Collaborative Project, the Broward Sheriff’s Office provides coordination, oversight and direct services to allow the JAC to operate 24/7 as a multi-agency, collaborative central point of entry to the juvenile justice system. Youth referred for law violations in Broward County are delivered to the JAC by law enforcement are provided coordinated, centralized processing and timely comprehensive individual assessment.

Primary POC: Leann Hessler-Betz | leann_hessler-betz@sherrif.org
KID FIRST | Kids In Distress
954-390-7654
In-home program provided weekly to serve families at risk of abuse and neglect. Program comprised of three components: 1) Case Management, 2) Supportive Counseling and 3) Parent Education using the Strengthening Families curriculum.
Kidcare Outreach | Broward County Health Department
954-INSURES
The Children’s Services Council provides support for the Broward County Health Department to deliver personalized assistance to prospective KidCare enrollees and answer the many calls to 954-INSURES. KidCare outreach staff have forged partnerships with governmental and community-based organizations to promote the program and serves as the leading source of application distribution to Broward schools and child care facilities.

Primary POC: Rebecca Miele | rebecca.miele@flhealth.gov
KidVision/WPBT | WPBT Channel 2
305-424-4180
With WPBT’s KidVision VPK, teachers watch, learn, play and integrate the Florida Voluntary Prekindergarten (VPK) Education Standards through entertaining and educational virtual field trips that appeal to both adults and children. Teachers learn the standards and then add them as another dimension to their classroom curriculum. The program’s goal is that adults will be knowledgeable about what children need to be learning to prepare them for kindergarten and life.

Primary POC: Frances Hernandez | frances_hernandez@wpbt.org
Kinship Initiatives for Supportive Services | Harmony Development Center
954-766-4483

County-wide services with groups offered in Cooper City, for kinship families with children ages 0-18. 

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Primary POC:

Gloria Gonzalez | ggonzalez@harmonydc1.org   

The Faces of CSC

The greatest tool you can give a child is the ability to persuade and speak with confidence. Being that my YIG experience positively impacted my emotional literacy skills, I would like to pass these on to those who are less fortunate.
Thanks to the Children’s Services Council and the YMCA of Broward County, students have an opportunity to give a voice to issues that are important to them.
Thanks to the Children’s Services Council and the YMCA of Broward County, students have an opportunity to give a voice to issues that are important to them.