Here at Children's Home Network, we couldn't be prouder of the children and families who have successful lives because of the work we've done. Whether it's through our Residential Treatment, Kinship Support, or Foster Care team, all the lives we touch have the potential to be transformed.


Johnnie's Story

Johnnie was diagnosed with Autism when he was two years old. Under the blanket of Autism, he suffers from an array of conditions, including: sensory integration, disorder, severe eating diversion, overall developmental delays, moderate dyspraxia, and social and behavioral impairment. After participating in our Family Support Team program, Johnnie has now developed a relationship with everyone in his household and even made friends at school.

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Linda's Kinship

Linda and her husband were asked to take in their two-month-old granddaughter, Samantha. Little did they know it would take four years to finalize her adoption. Linda was excited when she found information in the local paper that a Kinship Support Program was coming to Pasco County. She was thrilled to meet people who were “in the same boat,” as she was. She found it was informative and learned about many other resources available in the area. The group has helped Linda get through the process step by step and continues to help guide Linda as Samantha grows.

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Jaden's Healing

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Jaden, commonly known as “J,” was a troubled youth, having suffered trauma due to abuse and neglect at home. His behaviors were out of control, and he was known for punching anyone who questioned him. He was regularly getting D’s and F’s and causing stress for his teachers. “ Jaden came to Kid's Village about four years ago and has received therapy counseling from the staff at Children's Home Network to help him heal from the hurts of his past.  He now attends Davidsen Middle with straight A’s and very rarely B’s.

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Sara's New Beginning

Sara was placed in foster care at a young age due to the abuse and neglect of her parents, as many of our boys and girls have experienced. She ran away from foster homes several times and was recruited into the world of minor sex trafficking by someone she trusted and thought cared for her. After becoming pregnant at 16 and being threatened with the possibility of her baby being sold on the black market, Sara decided it was time for a new beginning.

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