Member CSCs

Member Directory:

Physical Address: 4010 NW 25th Place Gainesville, FL 32606 | Mailing Address: 4010 NW 25th Place Gainesville, FL 32606
Phone: (352) 374-1830

Executive Director: Marsha Kiner

The Children's Trust of Alachua County provides children's services year-round throughout Alachua County so that children are healthy, educated, supported, and safe. The Children's Trust is a member of the Pritzker Children's Initiative.

Address: 6600 West Commercial Blvd, Lauderhill, FL 33319
Phone: (954) 377-1000

Executive Director: Cindy Arenberg Seltzer

The Children’s Services Council of Broward County receives funds from county property taxes. Established in 2000, it funds a variety of programs designed to help every child lead a healthy, safe and productive life. These programs are delivered by more than 100 provider agencies throughout the county. Its mission is to provide the leadership, advocacy and resources necessary to enhance children’s lives and empower them to become responsible, productive adults through collaborative planning and funding of a continuum of quality care.

Address: 1095 A. Philip Randolph Blvd, Jacksonville, FL 32206
Phone: (904) 630-3647

Executive Director: Dr. Saralyn Grass

Kids Hope Alliance (KHA) is a funding agent for the City of Jacksonville. KHA invests millions annually in children's and youth programs and services in Duval County, simultaneously managing their implementation and monitoring their outcomes. Through the funding of third- party Providers and strategic partnerships with local non-profit organizations, KHA is working to ensure thousands of at-hope children and youth have access to a continuum of critical services, including academics, enrichment, nutrition, and mental health.

Address: 1000 College Blvd Building 11 Suite 1100H Pensacola, FL 32504
Phone: (850) 475-4982

Executive Director: Lindsey Cannon

The purpose of the Escambia Children’s Trust is to invest in the well-being of children within Escambia County by maximizing resources and ensuring accountability through investment in and support to community provider programs through a competitive review process. We shall serve to collaborate and support necessary educational, preventive, developmental, treatment, intervention, and rehabilitative services for children within the County through funding and/or through cooperative agreements where not otherwise prohibited.

Address: 1002 East Palm Avenue, Tampa, FL 33605
Phone: (813) 229-2884

Executive Director: Rebecca Bacon

The Children’s Board invests in partnerships and quality programs to support the success of all children and families in Hillsborough County.

Address: 2002 Old St Augustine Rd Building A, Suite A-50, Tallahassee, FL 32301
Phone: (850) 764-2966

Chair: Dr. Zandra Mallory Glenn

Approved by a majority of the Leon County electorate in the November 2020 general election, CSC Leon has been established to provide children with early learning and reading skills, development, treatment, preventative and other children’s services. As an independent special district authorized by section 125.901, Florida Statutes, CSC Leon will provide funding for these children’s services throughout the County by annually levying ad valorem taxes, not exceeding the maximum millage rate of one-half (1/2) mill.

Address: 1112 Manatee Avenue West, Bradenton, FL 34205
Phone: (941) 749-3030

Executive Director: Kristi Hagen

In Manatee County, the funds generated by Children’s Services Dedicated Millage are invested in services and programs supporting the county’s abused, neglected, economically disadvantaged and at-risk children from birth through age 17, as authorized by County Ordinance 91-42. The Children’s Services Advisory Board makes recommendations for investment of the available funds based on the specific human gain it will bring to fruition and how many of our children are doing better as a result. These results-focused investments are tracked and measured in terms of improvement of child well-being indicators such as length of time in foster care, grade level reading, child development, and family management.

Address: 101 SE Central Parkway, Stuart, FL 34994
Phone: (772) 288-5758

Executive Director: David Heaton

The Children’s Services Council of Martin County has served residents since 1988. Its purpose is to plan, coordinate, fund and evaluate programs that serve children and families in Martin County, as well as address public policy issues relating to children. The mission of the Children’s Services Council of Martin County is to enhance the lives of the children of Martin County and to enable them to attain their full potential.

Address: 3150 SW 3rd Ave, Miami, FL 33129
Phone: (305) 571-5700

President and CEO: James Haj

Miami-Dade County voters in September 2002 approved an independent special district, a dedicated funding source for children entitled, The Children’s Trust. The Children’s Trust was later reauthorized by voters in August 2008. Its mission is to partner with the community to improve the lives of all children and families in Miami-Dade County by making strategic investments in their futures. The Children’s Trust of Miami-Dade is a recognized leader in collaborative planning, community advocacy and effective funding of quality services that improve the lives of children and their families.

Address: 2300 High Ridge Road, Boynton Beach, FL 33426
Phone: (561) 740-7000 or (800) 331-1462

Executive Director: Lisa Williams-Taylor, Ph.D.

Children’s Services Council of Palm Beach County is an independent special district established by Palm Beach County voters in 1986, and reauthorized in 2014. Today, Children’s Services Council provides leadership, funding, services and research on behalf of Palm Beach County's children so they grow up healthy, safe and strong. To accomplish this the Council plans, funds and evaluates prevention and early intervention programs and services, and promotes public policies, that benefit all Palm Beach County children and families.

Address: 546 NW University Blvd, Suite 201, Port St. Lucie, FL 34986
Phone: (772) 408-1100

Executive Director: Sean Boyle

  • Ensuring every baby is a healthy baby
  • Stopping child abuse
  • Keeping kids in school
  • Keeping kids off the streets, and
  • Keeping kids off drugs, alcohol, and other risky behaviors