Camp Mariposa is a program designed to help meet the needs of children (9-12 years old) facing the difficult challenges associates with an addicted or co-dependent family member.
JFCS, in partnership with The Florida Center, provides a 24/7 Children’s Crisis Team serving children and their families in Sarasota County.
Emma’s Dream Team offers counseling services to students at Emma E. Booker Elementary School who are engaged in destructive, or potentially destructive, behavior.
JFCS provides counseling and social services for children and adolescents.
JFCS Summer Programs involve middle school youth, ages 11-14.
School Based Programs / Safe Alternative to Out-of-School Suspension Program (SATOSS) provides services to at-risk youth at Booker, Heron Creek and McIntosh Middle Schools and Booker High School in Sarasota County and Lincoln Middle School in Palmetto.
To reduce or prevent future involvement of youth, ages 11-17 years old with the juvenile justice system.
Project Pride is a prevention program aimed at reducing substance use among at-risk youth in Sarasota County.