Children in foster care may live with relatives or unrelated foster parents. They may also live in group homes, residential care facilities, emergency shelters, or independently in a supervised setting. 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 into the various ways Embrace Florida Kids seeks to provide a proper continuum of care.
The 1890 Society is named for the year our ministry was founded. This society serves to provide a firm foundation for kids and families in need. Donors in this dedicated group choose to name Embrace Florida Kids as a beneficiary of their will, trust, insurance, estate bequest, or legacy gift.