1000 Luke's Way 850-864-4242 • Email: Info@childrenincrisisfl.org

Children’s Neighborhood

We invite you to take a 3D tour of The Children’s Neighborhood.  Please click on the link below to view each area of our Neighborhood in 3D! (Double click on the dots, for each of the homes to view)

3D Tour of our Neighborhood

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Our mission is, “Providing Homes and Establishing Hope” for the abused, neglected and abandoned children of Northwest Florida, which we are able to do at The Children’s Neighborhood thanks to the generous support of our community. Children in Crisis has provided a home to over 700 children since we opened in 2008 while maintaining our goal to keep sibling groups together as much as possible. The Children’s Neighborhood provides an emergency shelter for young children and the family foster homes help with the severe shortage of foster homes in our community.

The Susanna Wesley Emergency Shelter is for children who are removed without notice from an unsafe environment.  The Emergency Shelter is staffed 24 hours a day with dedicated employees that provide a loving and safe environment for the children.  The Emergency Shelter has the capacity to serve up to 16 children, with ages ranging between 6-12 years old for the boys and 6-14 years old for the girls.

The Children’s Neighborhood also has four long-term family foster homes with a married couple that lives in each of the houses.(We are in the process of building and opening our fifth family foster home.) These full-time house parents provide a stable domestic environment for children who are in long-term foster care.  Each of our family foster homes can hold up to twelve children between 6-17 years old.

For children who have aged out of foster care and have nowhere to go, Children in Crisis built 8 studio-style apartments to prevent homelessness in this under-served population. Our young adults, aged 18-22, live in these fully furnished apartments under the supervision of our Transitional Living Coordinator who helps to strengthen their life skills and professional development. While living here, the young adults are required to maintain full-time employment, enroll in school full time, or volunteer with an organization.

The Children’s Neighborhood is also equipped with a beautiful playground, a pavilion, and a recreation center for the children where they enjoy age-appropriate books, receive individual tutoring, have access to computers and participate group projects.

If you would like to schedule a visit to our beautiful neighborhood, please call us at (850) 864-4242.