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Come and learn the latest news about our ministry and the impact your support is making on young lives. You’ll be able to tour the campus, attend special programming and performances featuring our youth, and enjoy a free picnic lunch.
Because of the trauma our children have been through, they lack fond memories of the love that usually surrounds Valentine’s Day. Won’t you help make it memorable for them?
If your career search includes the opportunity to help children and families in need through a loving and supportive environment, then check out our available positions.
You can apply today online or arrange to speak directly to our recruiter through a virtual meeting.
The Florida United Methodist Children's Home was established in 1908 to provide a home for orphans and other children that had nowhere else to live.
Today it serves as a diverse ministry with two campuses that include residential, therapeutic group, foster and emergency shelter care. The Home also provides independent living assistance and a community child care center.
In As Much Montessori has been empowering children since 1980 with exceptional curriculum and a caring staff.
The Madison Youth Ranch was opened in 2014 and offers children a rural, country setting in which they can roam, play, and heal. One of the outstanding programs at the Youth Ranch is the Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP) program with the assistance of Pinky and Sugar, our resident horses.
Julie is a resident at our Madison Youth Ranch who has greatly benefited from the Equine Assisted Therapy program. Listen as she talks about her successes, and the impact the Youth Ranch has had on her.
Denaijah was a resident in our Independent Living program while going to school and working full time. After graduating from UCF and Seminole State College, she’s a neonatal nurse. Watch as Denaijah gives an update on her success, and how the Children’s Home helped her.
Ren and her sister have lived apart from one another during multiple foster placements over the past thirteen years. The Children’s Home brought them together. Watch as they tell their story.