Providers

How can we help you help others?
CSC Broward funds close to a hundred programs that serve children and families within our community. We're passionate about your cause and work to protect and bring the child-serving community together.
Training and Education
The Broward Training Collaborative is powered by the CSC and offers quality and affordable training workshops for professionals serving children and families in Broward County. Each session is led by instructors that are highly qualified and experienced in their field to provide an optimal learning environment. CEUs are also offered for many of the completed courses. 

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How CSC Funds
Funding from CSC is typically offered through our competitive procurement process. A County-wide assessment determines community needs in children’s services. Based on these needs and public hearings, the Council establishes annual goals and a budget for the upcoming fiscal year. The goals and budget determine the need for procurement(s) to identify providers able to meet the local service needs.

Emergency Funding Requests

The intent of a the Emergency Procurement Exemption is to provide a Safety Net for CSC-funded agencies, where possible, when crisis situations arise that clearly jeopardize services to clients served in currently-funded CSC programs. 

Requests for Funds to Maximize Revenue / Leveraged Funds

The intent of the Procurement Exemption to maximize Federal, State, and Private Revenue opportunities is to ensure the ability to bring new resources to Broward County that benefit the children and families in our community.

Sponsorships

The Children’s Services Council supports a wide range of charitable groups. Sponsorship is one of the support tools available to CSC. Sponsorships dollars are limited and denial of any request shall in no way be construed as a reflection on the project submitted or the agency involved.

Get Involved
Get Involved

Broward County's Strategic Plan uses the Collective Impact Approach in that it recognizes the need for community collaboration in order to achieve greater results.  There are many ways you can contribute to the plan's success, including joining a committee. Explore your options and get involved today!

Attend an Event

The CSC regularly hosts and sponsors free training classes and informative community events. See what we're up to! 

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Learn More About CSC Broward

Our organization provides leadership, advocacy and resources to enhance the lives of the children of Broward County and empower them to become responsible, productive adults.

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Find A Program That Fits Your Needs

HYT (Healthy Youth Transitions) | Camelot Community Care
954-958-0988

Program serves youth ages 15 to 22 with significant behavioral and emotional difficulties who require extensive support and individualized services in order to transition successfully to adulthood and independence. Through the use of a team approach, program staff advocate and coach youth in independent living skills.

Primary POC: Bobby Crume | bcrume@camelotcommunitycare.org

HYT (Healthy Youth Transitions) | FLITE Center
954-530-4686

The FLITE Center is a collaboratively funded agency that provides coordination, resources and direct services to the Transitional Independent Living (TIL) population in Broward County. It serves as a One-Stop Resource Center that offers TIL youth access to housing, education, and employment services. Additional supports for TIL youth include caring adults, a safe “hang out” spot and access to a computer lab.

Primary POC: Christine Frederick | christine@flitecenter.org

HYT (Healthy Youth Transitions) | Gulf Coast Jewish Family & Community Services
954-630-4181

Program serves youth ages 15 to 22 with behavioral health issues and/or special needs to achieve independent living skills and reach their fullest potential. Youth are encouraged to explore their interests and futures in areas such as employment and career, education, housing, personal effectiveness/well-being, and community-life functioning.

Primary POC: Tania Hamilton | thamilton@gcjfcs.org

HYT (Healthy Youth Transitions) | H.OM.E.S., Inc.
954-563-5454

H.O.M.E.S., Inc., is a collaboratively funded agency that provides subsidized housing slots to youth transitioning out of foster care and/or other non-traditional living arrangements. H.O.M.E.S., Inc. provides employment eligibility assessment, employability skills training, and job placement services to the Independent Living population.

Primary POC: Rashani Boynton | rboynton@homesfl.org

HYT (Healthy Youth Transitions) | HANDY
954-982-2450

Program serves youth ages 15 to 22 to assist with their transition into adulthood providing life skills training and life coach support services with an emphasis on educational, vocational, and transitional living success, and social/recreational outlets.

Primary POC: Nordege Laforest | nlaforest@handyinc.org

HYT (Healthy Youth Transitions) | Henderson Behavioral Health
954-677-3113

Program serves youth ages 15 to 22 who have a mental health diagnosis and are aging out of the foster care system with a safety net during their time of transition into adulthood. The program is designed to meet each youth’s individual needs and to support them in their transition to adulthood with the highest potential for success.

Primary POC: Cristina Castellanos | ccastellanos@hendersonbh.org

HYT (Healthy Youth Transitions) | Memorial healthcare System Community Youth Services
954-276-0869

Program assists youth ages 15 to 22 in drafting a FUTURES PLAN, which includes vocational, educational, social, psychological, behavioral, spiritual, and personal goals. Transitioning youth are educated and given career path training, youth leadership skills, and assistance in getting affordable housing and other
independent living skills.

Primary POC: Cammie Cacace | ccacace@mhs.net

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.
"This program has touched me and made a difference in my life."
"I will be the first to say, Youth in Government should be a part of every teenager's life, because I know without it I wouldn't be the person I am."
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