The Florida Network of Youth and Family Services, Inc. (the Florida Network) is a nonprofit statewide association representing 27 member agencies that serve homeless, runaway and troubled youth ages six and older and their families.
For more than 40 years, the Florida Network has provided prevention and early intervention services as a “Children’s and Families in Need of Services” agency, as defined by Florida Statute, in order to prevent juvenile delinquency and encourage good choices and healthy family relationships.
Our network of service providers offer a variety of options to suit the needs of youth and families seeking help with problems at home, school, or anywhere. Each CINS/FINS provider has unique programs to meet the needs of their local communities, but they all provide the fundamental components of the CINS/FINS Statute: emergency shelter services 24/7/365, individual and group counseling.
The Florida Network provides quality improvement, contract management, data collection and research, advocacy, public education, public policy development and training and technical assistance.