Florida's State and Local Prevention and Permanency Plans


Florida Child Abuse Prevention and Permanency Plan:

July 2010 through June 2015

The central focus of the Florida Child Abuse Prevention and Permanency Plan: July 2010 – June 2015 is to build resilience in all of Florida’s families and communities in order to equip them to better care for and nurture their children. In accordance with the State law (§39.001, Florida Statutes), this five-year prevention and permanency plan provides for the prevention of child abuse, abandonment and neglect; promotion of adoption; and for the support of adoptive families.

Florida Child Abuse Prevention and Permanency Plan:

January 2009 through June 2010

In accordance with state law (§39.001, Florida Statutes), the 18-month Florida Child Abuse Prevention and Permanency Plan: January 2009 – June 2010 provided plans of action for the prevention of child abuse, abandonment and neglect; promotion of adoption; and for the support of adoptive families. This plan reflected Florida’s commitment to engage state agencies and local communities in a collaborative effort to prevent child abuse, abandonment and neglect; promote adoption; and support our adoptive families.


Materials submitted by the Executive Office of the Governor, Office of Adoption and Child Protection. 850-921-2015