Helping Kids Feel Safe
Serving child abuse and neglect victims of Dixie, Gilchrist, Levy, Bradford, and Union counties.
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.
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.
UF Pediatric News
$1.67M NIH Grant Brings Scene Health’s Medication Support to Florida Pediatric Heart Transplant Centers
Principal investigators Dr. Dipankar Gupta, M.D., pediatric transplant physician at the University of Florida’s Congenital Heart Center, and Dr. Michael Killian, Ph.D., MSW, a College of Social Work faculty member…
UF College of Medicine rises in graduate school rankings
The University of Florida College of Medicine rose in the national research rankings while also remaining Florida’s top-ranked medical school, according to new graduate medical school rankings released today by U.S. News &…
Dr. Michele Lossius Receives Clinical Excellence Award
The clinical excellence award recognizes a faculty member who epitomizes excellence in patient care, is a leader in the advancement of clinical innovations, and who has had deep impact on…
Dr. Shelley Collins Recieves 2023 UF Hippocratic Award
The M.D. class of 2023 selected Shelley Collins, M.D., the associate dean for student affairs and a professor of pediatrics, as the winner of the 2023 Hippocratic Award, annually bestowed…