Our Public Private Partnerships
The government alone cannot meet the needs of Florida’s abused, abandoned, and neglected children. Throughout the State there are non-profit organizations that support the local Guardian ad Litem Programs and help address other needs of children, providing financial assistance to child victims for a variety of their needs, such as medical, dental and mental-health services, medication, food, clothing, furniture, school supplies, tutoring, day care, after-school care, eyeglasses, summer camp and more. These public/private partnerships provide a vital support to the Guardian ad Litem Program, enabling it to represent more children, while leveraging state support with donations from the private sector.
Each circuit program is supported by a local non-profit organization. The time and money contributed by these local organizations are essential to successfully meeting the needs of its children and volunteers. To learn more about the local non-profits visit The Local Programs Page of the Florida Guardian ad Litem Program website.