Many of the members of FACCCA operate a residential care facility for children. These facilities provide 24-hour care for their children on a 7-day a week basis. Typically, the residential care homes are for children who are displaced and in need because of decisions of other people in their lives, not because of their decisions or fault. Unlike the restoration homes in FACCCA, the residential care homes are structured much like an ordinary family house. Check out the list below of the FACCCA members who operate a residential care facility.
Residential Care Members
Central Florida Children's Home
Boys and Girls, ages 5-17
Cares for children whose parents cannot provide for them due to certain circumstances in the child’s life and/or difficulties in the parents’ lives.
Edgewood Children's Ranch
Boys and Girls, ages 7-17
Helps children with ADD, ADHD, ODD, OCD diagnosis, abuse, some drug use either with the child or in the family, behavioral/disruptive issues either at home, school or both.
Hope Children's Home
Boys and Girls, ages 0-18
Cares for children whose parents are in need of help and are unable to care for their children due to circumstances that may or may not be outside of their control.
Mount Dora Children's Home
Boys and Girls, ages 6-18
Provides residential services for children in a loving, nurturing environment for children in need of a stable home and family that provides opportunities for each child to learn, grow, and thrive as individuals.
Rodeheaver Boys Ranch
Boys, ages 7-14
Provides a wholesome home environment with social, educational, spiritual, and vocational training for at-risk boys who, because of parental death, desertion, divorce and/or disability, have no home of their own.