Adoption Support provides vital care before, during, and after an adoption to ensure the success of the family. KID provides individual therapy for children, therapy for the entire family, and support groups for parents and children. For more information, please contact the Adoption Support Team at (954) 390-7654, x1254.

KID_Family ServicesCoordinated Family Services (CFS) is a collaborative program with the Broward Addiction Recovery Center (BARC) and The Glass House offering multiple services needed for successful family reunification with the support of a coordinator. Referrals for CFS can be made through ChildNet. Please contact (954) 414-6000 for additional information.

KID_Foster Brwd&PBKID Foster Care in Broward and Palm Beach Counties provides short- and long-term care to children that have entered the dependency system. As the largest foster care provider in Broward and Palm Beach counties, the KID Foster Care program serves children with love and support while case workers assist the birth family towards their goal of reunification or permanency.

KID Broward County Foster Care Q&A Nights

Held six times annually from 7-9pm at the KID Broward County Campus.

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For more information or to register for a Broward County Foster Care Q&A Night, please contact the KID Foster Care Team at (954) 390-7654, x1287.

KID Palm Beach County Foster Care Q&A Nights

Held the first Wednesday of every month from 6:30-8:30pm at the KID Palm Beach County Campus or at off-site locations upon request.

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For more information or to register for a Palm Beach County Foster Care Q&A Night, please contact the KID Foster Care Team at (561) 272-0204.

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KID FirstThe KID FIRST (Family Intervention Response & Support Team) Program is an in-home family preservation program focusing on assisting families in crisis. Serving more than 500 families annually for an average of 3-4 months, family support counselors meet with each family on a weekly basis to teach parenting skills and provide case management and crisis intervention.

KID FIRST Achievements:

  • 98% of families who participated in KID FIRST decreased their experienced levels of parenting stress
  • 97%of families who participated in KID FIRST improved family functioning.


KID_HomebuildersKID HOMEBUILDERS® is an internationally recognized evidence-based program designed to strengthen families in order to prevent out-of-home child placements. KID HOMEBUILDERS® families served by this in-home model have children in imminent danger of removal due to child abuse, neglect, family conflict, juvenile delinquency, or other factors. Due to its intensive nature, KID HOMEBUILDERS® serves a maximum of 90 families annually. All families must be referred by Broward Sheriff’s Office Child Protective Services.

KID Achievements:

  • 87% of families who participated in KID HOMEBUILDERS® improved family functioning upon program completion.
  • 89% of families who previously had verified abuse findings were functional up to 6 months post-KID HOMEBUILDERS® program completion.

KID_KinshipKinship Support Services are provided throughout Broward County to extended family members or friends who have taken on the care and custody of someone else’s child. Many of these family members and friends live in poverty and were given or took responsibility of the children with little notice, and have limited financial or support resources. Because many of them have no legal custodial rights, this limits their ability to access medical care, public benefits, social services, childcare, legal aid and other information essential to the well-being of the children. Often caregivers have had to give up their jobs to care for the children; others have had difficulty maintaining employment, because they needed to take time off to care for the children and deal with emergencies.

Children served by Kinship Support Services are from birth to 18, or up to age 22 if they have special needs. Many are siblings all in the care of one couple or one extended family member. The children have often been abused, neglected and/or abandoned or are in the situation due to issues affecting their parents’ abilities to cope, such as substance abuse or mental health issues. Many were born suffering from the effects of drugs and/or alcohol while their mother was pregnant, and most have been bounced around between several homes and/or may have been in and out of the foster care system.

KID staff works with the entire family group, not just the children, and individualizes services to meet the needs of them all. We focus heavily on what the caregivers tell us they really need – whether it be respite care, enabling the caregiver to take a break or Flex Funds to provide extras like activity fees, band uniforms, tutoring, field trips, etc. for their children.


KID_Healthy FamiliesKID Healthy Families is a community-based voluntary home visiting program with the goal of promoting positive parent/child interaction and healthy child development while reducing the occurrence of abuse. Modeled after the highly successful National Healthy Families Initiative, services are offered during pregnancy and to families with children up to 5 years old.


KID_Healthy StartKID Healthy Start provides expectant mothers and women with children up to age 3 with the resources, support, and education they need to ensure health and well-being. KID Healthy Start also provides counseling to at-risk clients with the goals of reducing infant mortality, disease, low birth weight, and pre-term birth while improving pregnancy and child development. Referrals can be made by calling (954) 390-7654, x1131.

KID_Safe VisitDuring difficult transition periods, the KID Safe Visitation program provides a safe and positive way for children to visit with their parents. The program offers court-ordered supervised visitation services for families with custody issues, families whose children have been removed from their home, families at risk for child abuse and neglect, and families in crisis. KID requires parents to complete an intake interview and monitors interactions.

Referrals for KID Safe Visitation can be made through ChildNet. Please contact (954) 414-6000 for additional information