Assisting, supporting, and advocating for the deaf.
Ages 2 years - 6th grade.
Ages infants through VPK. Special Needs program for ages 3 - 5 years old.
Zan Beaver, DMD; J. Wayne Leonard, DMD
Dedicated to improving the health and welfare of all children by raising funds and awareness for pediatric programs.
A collection of programs for eligible children with special needs. Each one of our programs and services are family-centered and designed to help children with a variety of conditions and needs.
Provides food, clothing, shelter, emergency services and residential recovery programs to homeless men, women and women with children.
Helps at-risk individuals return to dignity and productivity by gaining new perspectives on life.
Communities In Schools of Jacksonville is the leading dropout prevention organization helping kids successfully learn, stay in school, and prepare for life.
The Down Syndrome Association of Jacksonville (DSAJ) is a non-profit organization committed to helping people with Down syndrome achieve their full potential and to helping create a community that is educated, supportive, and inclusive of individuals with Down syndrome.
Family Support Services of North Florida is the lead agency for foster care, adoption and family preservation in Duval and Nassau counties. FSS provides services and programs to help prevent child abuse and neglect, to promote a healthy family environment and to care for our community’s children in
Ages infant through Pre-K.
Ages infant through school age. 24 hour facility.
Hope Club is an opportunity for high school students to receive community service hours required for most college applications. Hope at Hand is also registered with the President’s Volunteer Service Awards which recognizes volunteers of all ages.
A nonprofit organization that provides art and poetry therapy to underserved children and adults in need.
Offering a wide variety of therapeutic, educational, and consultation services, specially designed to meet the needs of your child.
Enrique Silva, MD; J.C. Quintana, MD; Rosa Laos, MD, FAAP; Andrew Sinder, MD; Ricardo Urdaneta, MD; Kenneth S. Cohen, MD, FAAP
The MaliVai Washington Kids Foundation reaches many children in Jacksonville through an after-school program known as Tennis and Tutoring.
A peer-to-peer mentoring program designed to support mompreneurs in addressing the obstacles they face in raising a family while growing a business.
Native Sons and Daughters is Jacksonville’s premier parent-child organization for North American Indian cultural groups.