Child Advocacy 2013 Annual Reports

On June 12, 2007, the bill creating the Office of Adoption and Child Protection, within the Executive Office of the Governor was signed into law. The duties and responsibilities of the Office of Adoption and Child Protection are enshrined in Section 39.001, Florida Statutes (§39.001, FS). The Office was created for the purpose of establishing, implementing, and monitoring a cross-agency comprehensive statewide approach for the promotion of adoption, support of adoptive families and prevention of child abuse, abandonment and neglect.

An annual report is due to the Governor, Senate President, and Speaker of the House no later than December 31st of each year.

Governor’s Office of Adoption and Child Protection 2013 Annual Report

Supporting Documents

Annual Report Submissions from the Local Planning Teams

Annual Report Submissions from the Statewide Objective Leads
Child Abuse Prevention

Promotion of Adoption

Support of Adoptive Families

2013 Annual Report for the Florida Children and Youth Cabinet
An annual report is due to the Governor, Senate President, and Speaker of the House no later than January 31st of each year.

Florida Children and Youth Cabinet 2013 Annual Report

2013 Annual Report for the Florida Faith-Based and Community-Based Advisory Council
An annual report is due to the Governor, Senate President, and Speaker of the House no later than January 31st of each year.

Florida Faith-Based and Community-Based 2013 Annual Report

 

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