COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP FOR CHILDREN INC
135 EXECUTIVE CIR 2ND FLOOR, DAYTONA BEACH, FL 321148167 www.communitypartnershipforchildren.org

Total Revenue
$39,319,370
Total Expenses
$39,063,994
Net Assets
$942,275

Organizations Filed Purposes: THE MISSION OF COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP FOR CHILDREN IS TO DESIGN, IMPLEMENT, AND MANAGE A QUALITY CHILD PROTECTION SYSTEM FOR THE CITIZENS OF VOLUSIA, FLAGLER AND PUTNAM COUNTIES.

COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP FOR CHILDREN IS COMMITTED TO ENSURING A FULL SPECTRUM OF NETWORKED PROGRAMS ARE AVAILABLE TO CHILDREN AND FAMILIES TO ENABLE THEM TO RECEIVE INDIVIDUALIZED SERVICES FOR THEIR UNIQUE SITUATION. TO ACCOMPLISH THIS, WE WORK WITH PUBLIC AND PRIVATE AGENCIES, THE COURTS, POLICYMAKERS, AND COMMUNITY MEMBERS TO DEVELOP AND MAINTAIN RESOURCES THAT WILL SUPPORT CHILDREN AND FAMILIES. THROUGH THE EFFORTS AND INVOLVEMENT OF THE COMMUNITY, WE ARE ABLE TO KEEP CHILDREN SAFE AND BUILD STRONG FAMILIES. SOME OF THE VARIOUS SERVICES THAT CPFC PROVIDES INCLUDE: CASE MANAGEMENT, ADOPTION, OUT OF HOME CARE, INDEPENDENT LIVING, DIVERSION, AND FAMILY COACHING.

THE GOAL OF CASE MANAGEMENT IS TO PROVIDE SERVICES FOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES IN ORDER TO REACH PERMANENCY SAFELY AND ENSURE THE CHILD'S WELL-BEING NEEDS ARE BEING MET.CASE MANAGERS ENSURE THE SAFETY OF CHILDREN BY VISITING THEM IN THEIR HOMES EVERY THIRTY DAYS AND DEVELOPING A SAFETY PLAN FOR PROTECTION OF THE CHILD. CASE MANAGERS WORK WITH PARENTS TO DEVELOP A CASE PLAN THAT OUTLINES THE TASKS AND BEHAVIOR CHANGES NEEDED IN ORDER TO REUNIFY CHILDREN OR REACH PERMANENCY THROUGH GUARDIANSHIP OR ADOPTION.AVERAGE CASELOAD PER CASE MANAGER IS 20 CHILDREN.

ADOPTION PROGRAM - THE GOAL OF THE ADOPTION PROGRAM IS TO ESTABLISH PERMANENCY FOR CHILDREN, WHOSE PARENTS' RIGHTS HAVE BEEN TERMINATED, PERMANENTLY COMMITTING THE CHILDREN TO THE DEPARTMENT. TO MEET THIS GOAL, POTENTIAL ADOPTIVE FAMILIES ARE RECRUITED TO BECOME FOREVER FAMILIES.ADOPTION SERVICES PROVIDED ARE:ADOPTION SPECIALISTS FACILITATE THE ADOPTION PROCESS ONCE A CHILD AND FAMILY ARE MATCHED. HOMEFINDERS HOST MATCHING EVENTS AND ACTIVELY SEARCH FOR FAMILIES WHEN A HOME IS NOT YET IDENTIFIED. RECRUITMENT AND TRAINING OF ADAPTIVE PARENTS.NUMBER OF ADOPTIONS FINALIZED: 256

OUT OF HOME CARE - CHILDREN WHO ARE REMOVED FROM THEIR PARENTS DUE TO SEVERE ABUSE, NEGLECT OR ABANDONMENT MUST BE PLACED IN AN OUT-OF-HOME PLACEMENT. THE PLACEMENT COULD BE WITH A RELATIVE OR A NON-RELATIVE IF ONE IS AVAILABLE. IF THERE ARE NO SUITABLE PLACEMENTS WITH RELATIVES/NON-RELATIVES, THEN A LICENSED FOSTER CARE PLACEMENT IS FOUND. THE FOSTER CARE PROGRAM PROVIDES TEMPORARY, OUT-OF-HOME PLACEMENT FOR CHILDREN WHO HAVE BEEN ABUSED/NEGLECTED OR ABANDONED, AND THERE IS NO RELATIVE/NON-RELATIVE IDENTIFIED OR APPROVED FOR PLACEMENT.COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP FOR CHILDREN SUB CONTRACTS WITH CHILD PLACING AGENCIES (CPAS) FOR THE RECRUITMENT, LICENSING, MANAGEMENT AND RETENTION OF THE AGENCY'S FOSTER HOMES.ADDITIONAL SUB CONTRACTS PROVIDE RESIDENTIAL GROUP CARE FOR CHILDREN, TEEN GIRL AND TEEN BOYS, A SIBILING FOSTER PROGRAM AND AN EMERGENCY SHELTER.NUMBER OF CLIENTS SERVED - APPROXIMATLEY 1,236

Executives Listed on Filing

Total Salary includes financial earnings, benefits, and all related organization earnings listed on tax filing

NameTitleHours Per WeekTotal Salary
Mark JonesCEO55$150,000
Karin FlositzCOO55$111,250
Reginald WilliamsDIRECTOR1$0
Pamela MastersDIRECTOR1$0
Robin KingDIRECTOR1$0
Myra Middleton-ValentineDIRECTOR1$0
Jim WeiteFINANCE CHAIR1$0
Holsey MoormanDIRECTOR1$0
Bill GriffinBOARD CHAIR1$0

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