Pasco Kids First has been serving victims of child abuse and neglect and families since 1990. Thank you to the following Pasco Kids First 30th Anniversary Sponsors! Champion Sponsor Child Advocate Sponsor Partner Sponsors Morton Plant North Bay Hospital Rotary Club of Trinity Supporter Sponsor AdventHealth North Pinellas AdventHealth Wesley Chapel […]
Serving Our Community for over 30 Years
At Pasco Kids First, we believe our community is strengthened when our kids are supported and nurtured by the family with whom they live. Parents and others raising children need to have the tools needed to successfully guide the lives of those kids so that they can live happy, productive lives. We also strongly believe that children have an absolute right to grow up in a safe environment that meets at a minimum their basic needs for adequate food, safe shelter and positive adult support.
Our goal is to offer services that help to keep kids safe, help them to overcome the traumatic effects of abuse and neglect they may have suffered and to offer parents concrete supports, education and coaching to help them raise their children successfully.
Pasco Kids First Inc. is a private; non-profit organization. We promote the awareness of child abuse and provide leadership to deliver the needed services to help children. We are a community based team of caring professionals devoted to improving the well-being of children. Our team is actively engaged in the prevention, assessment and treatment of child abuse and neglect.
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We are fully invested in and committed to our mission to keep kids safe, strengthen families through empowerment and enhance our community by preventing child abuse and healing children from trauma, and this has been evident since the establishment of our organization 30 years ago.
We invite you to explore our website and learn more about all that we have to offer. We are sure you will see why we love what we do. Feel free to contact us at (727) 845-8080 or via email at email@example.com with any questions or if you need additional information.
Recent News Articles:
Pasco Kids First’s October featured #PKFMISSIONMOMENT Program is the Oral Health Navigation program. Smile for life! Can be as easy as 1, 2 & 3. Floss 1 time a day. Brush 2 times a day to prevent cavities. Visit your dentist to prevent these 3 diseases; diabetes, health disease and oral cancer When families neglect dental […]
After becoming empty nesters Stephanie Howard and her husband, Clayton decided to leave Austin, Texas and relocated to Tampa Bay. Stephanie is an experienced and reliable and committed Realtor ®. Stephanie is passionate about giving back to her community. She spent most of her time in Austin being involved with The Center for Child Protection. She joined […]
Pasco Kids First serves more than 1,600 children each year through prevention, assessment and treatment services addressing child abuse and neglect. Most of these children are school age and many do not have the resources to purchase the needed school supplies and clothes for the new year. This year was even more difficult with most […]
The medical examination of children for suspected abuse and neglect is a key component of a Children’s Advocacy Center. This includes obtaining a medical history and conducting a physical examination to assess allegations of abuse or neglect. Photo documentation also occurs. The exam results in a written report provided to Child Protection and Law Enforcement […]
Healthy Families Florida (HFF) moved to a “one-step” eligibility process for engaging and enrolling families in HFF services. What does “one-step” eligibility mean? Beginning on July 1st, families referred to HFF by the following sources are eligible for services: Families with a positive prenatal or infant risk screen, including those families referred through Connect (CI&R) […]
Welcome to September. Like everything else in 2020, it’s not a normal September—it’s strangely quiet without the usual bustle and flow of school buses in the mornings and raucous dismissals in the afternoons. Nevertheless, children are back in school, in one form or another, and that gives us reason for hope. When the pandemic shuttered […]