Orange County Government, Florida

Crisis Intervention

A better life for you and your family

Orange County Family Counseling Program

Provides services for families struggling with adolescent children and teenagers, especially those who are truant, runaway and ungovernable. This population of children is defined as Children and Families in Need of Services (CINS/FINS). The Family Counseling Programs accepts referrals from families, schools, the courts, law enforcement, and other agencies. Please contact us at (407) 254-9370 for more information.

Family Preservation and Stabilization Wraparound Orange

Program is a voluntary, in-home family intervention service for families whose children are at risk of removal due to abuse or neglect. Services are only accessible through referrals by The Department of Children and Family Services and Community Based Care of Central Florida. To obtain more information about referrals call (321) 441-2370. http://www.cbccfl.org/

Great Oaks Village

Is a residential foster group home for children ages 6 to 18+ who have been removed from their homes by the State of Florida due to abuse, neglect or abandonment. Children are placed here by the Department of Children and Family Services and Community Based Care of Central Florida. To obtain more information about referrals call (321) 441-2370. http://www.cbccfl.org/

Oaks Community Intervention Program

Provides services to Orange County youth between the ages of 10 and 18 that have shown to be at a moderate – high risk of continued involvement with the Department of Juvenile Justice. Must live in Orange County and have current or pending probation supervision services with the Department of Juvenile Justice. For more information contact the Department of Juvenile Justice. http://www.ninthcircuit.org/about/courthouses/tskjjc/

Youth Shelter

Provides temporary housing for youth experiencing a variety of problems. Open 24 hours, 7 days a week, youth at the shelter may be homeless, runaways, lockouts or may be seeking a cooling off period during a family crisis. The Youth Shelter accepts referrals from families, schools, the court system, DJJ, DCF, law enforcement and other agencies. We can be contacted at (407) 836-7626, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for additional information.

 

 

Contact Us

For additional information, you may contact us at: (407) 836-7600