New Volunteer Training, Three Continuing Education Events, Library Update and New Community Supporter

New Events

We regularly host, sponsor and support a variety of events that provide community outreach, increase awareness of our program, help recruit new volunteers, raise funds and furnish training to our volunteer guardians ad litem. The following events were added to our calendar.

Continuing Education

Two new library items were added to our Continuing Education resource center.

  • Serving and Protecting Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
    A training video featuring Denise R. Barnes with the University of South Florida Center for Autism Related Disabilities and Shelton K. Gilyard Jr. with the Children's Board of Hillsborough County hosted by the Florida's Center for Child Welfare.
    filed under Disabilities, Mental Health, Video and Website

  • Vocational Rehabilitation Transition Youth Services: Preparing for the Future
    A training video featuring Carmen E. Dupoint with the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation and Kirk Hall with the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation hosted by the Florida's Center for Child Welfare at the University of South Florida.
    filed under Older Youth, Video and Website

New Community Supporter

The Second Judicial Circuit Guardian ad Litem Program and Child Advocates II (CAII) work together to build partnerships with individuals, businesses and organizations in the Big Bend Region.

Without the assistance provided by our CAII Partners CAII Partner and community supporters, ensuring children have a court-appointed volunteer guardian ad litem, legal assistance and financial resources would be extremely difficult.

The following organization was added to the Supporters page, filed under Civic Organizations.

Institute of Management Accountants
Florida State University Student Chapter

Logo: Institute of Management Accountants

We thank Institute of Management Accountants and all of our partners and supporters for their generous contributions to children in our community.

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