Get Involved

There are many ways to get involved with the UF Child Advocacy Center and the children and families we serve. Donations of financial and material goods are alwasy welcome. Additionally, volunteers are needed to assist in fundraising event and to advocate for victims.

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Our Services

Our case managers are with you every step of the way, from the first interview with the Child Protection Team, through the healing stages. They will be able to help you find the support and resources that your family needs on the journey to healing.

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UF Pediatric News

The Research Roundtable

Lindsay A. Thompson, M.D., a professor of pediatrics and the medical director of the Pediatric Research Hub, shares how she and her research team work to create a culture in…

Florida Department of Health’s guidance would, if followed, harm transgender youth

We write as a group of more than 300 Florida health care professionals who care for transgender and gender diverse youth. We have one common goal: to provide the best…

Florida doctor says gender-affirming care works in kids who need it, and can even save lives

WMFE’s Danielle Prieur spoke with the University of Florida’s Dr. Mike Haller who works with transgender and gender-nonconforming pediatric patients about the recommendations.

UF Health Pediatrics resident makes fresh produce affordable and accessible for patients with farmers market

Sheltered from the drizzle beneath a gray canopy, tables and crates piled high with farm-fresh produce drew a steady stream of curious, smiling faces outside the UF Health Pediatrics –…