Children in foster care may live with relatives, unrelated foster parents or in group homes, residential care facilities, emergency shelters, and supervised independent living. These children and youth are best supported through a continuum of care that provides ongoing services from entry to exit. The following resources provide insight on the various ways Embrace Florida Kids seeks to provide a proper continuum of care.
The 1890 Society is named for the year the United Methodist Children’s Home was founded and it serves to stand behind those kids and families in need. Included in the 1890 Society are donors that contribute $10,000 or more either through annual gifts of $1,000 or more by choosing Embrace Alabama Kids as a beneficiary of their will, trust, insurance, estate bequest or legacy gift.