More than a dozen former foster children legally joined their new families at a joyful National Adoption Day ceremony hosted by Community Partnership for Children (CPC). The excited families, eager children, and visiting dignitaries gathered at the Hard Rock Hotel in Daytona Beach the morning of Friday, November 17. A total of 15 youth became legal ....Read More
CPC is seeking qualified providers with expertise in providing innovative independent living services to children ages 13 to 23 years in out of home care that increases self-sufficiency as they become independent.
Community Partnership for Children RFP CPC-FY-24-ILS INDEPENDENT LIVING SERVICES (ILS) Closing Date/Time: January 10, 2024, 3:00 PM CPC is seeking qualified providers with expertise in providing innovative independent living services to children ages 13 to 23 years in out of home care that increases self-sufficiency as they become independent. Please direct all questions ....Read More
Tuesday, November 14 | 5-6:30 Volusia County Library (Auditorium) 105 Jackie Robinson Parkway, Daytona Beach Have you ever thought about becoming a foster parent? Come to one of our information sessions to learn about: Myths and Facts about Fostering How to get startedRead More
Community Partnership for Children is hosting a foster care class starting on April 13, 2023. The class will be held every Thursday from 6:00 to 8:00pm for 7 consecutive weeks. If you are interested in joining or would like more information on becoming a foster parent, please contact Lori Bainbridge at 386-631-4793 or email Lori.Bainbridge@cbcvf.org.Read More
Do you need assistance paying rent during the COVID-19 crisis? Rental assistance application events are coming up soon!
Emergency Rental Assistance Volusia Emergency Rental Assistance Volusia (Espanol)Read More
Research shows that reunification and permanency are expedited and more successful when positive co-parenting occurs during the case. The Comfort Calls Initiative is being implemented to create a culture in our system of care where all involved in the child(ren)’s lives support the building of relationships between caregivers, birth parents, and child welfare professionals in ....Read More