National organizations of Child Advocacy Centers
Acronym decipherer to help parents make sure their children are not communicating with someone they are not supposed too.
Florida Network or Child Advocacy Centers
Florida Network of victim, witness services
This would be if people want to get a FL ID card for their child. The website is incorrect however. They will issue FL ID Cards for individuals as young as 5. They need a certified copy of their birth certificate and their social security card. These are extremely helpful for law enforcement if the child is abducted or goes missing because generally speaking the pictures are of good quality on the DL/ID website we use. Secondly, the parents can attach their emergency information to the card so when we pull it up we know who to call.
Shand’s Safe Kids Coalition
Florida’s government website for children
The child advocacy center here in Gainesville where they interview all our physical and sexual abuse victims and provide counseling for children and referrals to other organizations that can help the families.
FBI’s kid page
Partnership for Strong Families
Children’s Home Society
Department of Children and Families
Child Protection Team. They interview some of our children but do all the physical exams for us.
FDLE Missing Children’s Information Clearinghouse
Department of Juvenile Justice
Early Learning Coalition
Child Abuse Prevention Project
Child Abuse Prevention Taskforce
Alachua County Library District child’s page
A child is missing
Florida Head Start
When your child is missing parental survival guide from U.S. Department of Justice - Office of Justice Programs - Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention