Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has. ~ Margaret Mead

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Welcome to Florida Foster Care Review!

  • Facilitate

    Florida Foster Care Review facilitates comprehensive, individualized case review hearings for children and youth in foster care.
    At the same time, FFCR works to infuse the Citizen Review Panel (CRP) Program with best practices, quality training and intensive support. We plan to ignite the use of citizen-led panels across the state by providing critical expertise, technical assistance and infrastructure to other communities.

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  • Advocate

    Florida Foster Care Review advocates for policy and practice changes that make a real difference in children’s lives.
    Based on 25 years of experience and hard data accumulated through countless hearings, FFCR provides insights into the complex challenges facing children and youth in foster care and recommends changes to improve the child welfare system.

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  • Innovate

    Florida Foster Care Review develops and implements innovative approaches to addressing the greatest needs of the children we serve.
    At FFCR, we do more than just identify problems; we find solutions. We build on our past work to create an atmosphere of flexibility and fresh thinking that enables us to address the increasingly tough issues facing children and youth in care.

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  • Evaluate

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Foster Care Review, Inc.(FCR) is a GuideStar Exchange Bronze Participant
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Stop by Beyond Image Salon in tonight between 6-8 for a fundraiser to support Casa Valentina. Wine, appetizers, and raffles, oh my! ... See MoreSee Less

Casa Valentina Event

October 21, 2014, 6:00pm - October 21, 2014, 7:00pm

Beyond Image Salon

Join us to help our youths of Miami-Dade County to start a bright future!

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Affection is important to a child's health and development. Last year, UCLA published a study linking levels of affection from a parental figure to physical health. ow.ly/CX4GN

#GiveYouth laughter and love. #FFCRgives #GiveMiamiDay
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#GiveMiamiDay will take place 11.20.14. Gifts should be made at GiveMiamiDay.org during the 24 hour period @MiamiFoundation #FFCRGives ow.ly/CX5pH ... See MoreSee Less

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More than 50% of foster youth are unemployed once they leave care.

#GiveYouth the skills they need for independent living. #FFCRgives #GiveMiamiDay
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Did you know? In #Florida, a whopping 28% of 1,821 young adults (18 to 22 years old) who "aged-out" of the system reported experiencing #homelessness. The Permanency Roundtable Program we're coordinating together with @OurKidsInc can help! ... See MoreSee Less

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