During the month of May, we take a moment to recognize all the foster parents, families, volunteers, judges, advocates, community stakeholders, child welfare professionals and others who work to make permanent, caring families a reality for children and youth in foster care.
Monthly Update - May 2016
Protecting a teen's health,
now and  in the future
Not only do Florida Foster Care Review's citizen review panels function as a critical safety net for children in foster care, but they also evaluate whether short- and long-term health needs of abused and neglected children are being effectively addressed. Nowhere is this more evident than in the lives of the hundreds of older youth who are reviewed each year...
In the Spotlight: Mike Samway,
Permanency Roundtable Volunteer
As a volunteer-based non-profit for more than 25 years, Florida Foster Care Review strategically recruits and specially trains community members to serve on our citizen review panels. With the inception of the Permanency Roundtable (PRT) Program, our newest venture to help children and youth in foster care, the essential role of volunteers in pursuing our mission has expanded.

FFCR staff advance their understanding at the 2016 Disabilities Training Conference
Representatives from Florida Foster Care Review recently attended the 2016 Disabilities Training Conference: A Voice Heard - More than 10,000 Strong, hosted by the Florida Guardian ad Litem (GAL) Program...
Foster Youth Weekly, FFCR's Online Newspaper
Like being in the know? FFCR curates  Foster Youth Weekly an online paper focusing on r esources useful to and supportive of youth in foster care and young adults recently in care. Check it out for employment information and more.  To receive it in your inbox, be sure to   subscribe !