Our Mission
To ensure the safety of children through a holistic approach designed to support the health and well-being of families.
Our Vision
Building a healthier community, one family at a time.

Our Programs

Please click on the Programs page to see more about the services and supports offered by Kids First of Florida.
and to
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Prevention in Florida
Invitation to Negotiate (ITN)
# 15-01 for the following Services:
 Reality Baby Service
Crowell Assessment
Parent Bonding Assessment
Parenting Classes at the Clay County Jail
Co-Parenting Sessions
Early Childhood Development Training
Due May 15, 2015

ITN #15-01

ITN Posting has been changed.
Results will be posted by 5:00 p.m. on
June 10 2015. 


About KFF

Kids First of Florida (KFF) is the community based care agency providing child welfare and foster care services to the residents of Clay County.

Formed as Clay & Baker Kids Net in 2003, KFF is one of twenty lead agencies in the state of Florida delivering services to children and families dealing with issues of abuse and neglect.

Please click on the About Us page to learn more.
1726 Kingsley Ave Suite 2
Orange Park, FL 32073
904-278-5654 fax

You Can Help Prevent Abuse & Neglect.
Research has shown that
parents and caregivers who have support - from family, friends, neighbors and their communities-are more able
and likely to provide safe, healthy homes for their children.  When parents feel alone or isolated and lack support they may be more
likely to make poor decisions that can lead to abuse or neglect.
How Can You Help?
  • Get to know your neighbors.
  • Help a family under stress - offer to babysit or help with chores, suggest resources in the community.
  • Reach out to children in your community - a smile or kind word can mean a lot.
  • Be an active community member - volunteer at your local school, community group or faith based organization.
  • Keep your neighborhood safe - Participate in Neighborhood Watch or National Night Out.
  • Learn how to recognize and report signs of child abuse and neglect. 

CALL 1-800-96- ABUSE or go to dcf.state.fl.us/programs/abuse

If you have any special needs such as requiring auxiliary aides or interpreter services please contact us at 904 278-5644.  Interpreter services are provided  at no cost.



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