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Florida United Methodist Children's Home, Inc.

Rating: 3.5 stars   2 reviews 1,097


51 Children's Way PO Box 6299 Enterprise FL 32725 USA


"Where Children Come First" The purpose of The Florida United Methodist Children's Home is to create an atmosphere, which enables children and families with special needs to experience God's love and care as presented in the life and ministry of Jesus Christ. Combining Christian influence with a healing, caring, therapeutic community, the Home provides a continuum of highly specialized services designed to strengthen individual and family life.

Target demographics:

Abused, neglected, or abandoned children between the ages of 7-17 in our residential care, and 0-17 in foster care. We also have adoption services.

Direct beneficiaries per year:

Nearly 800 children in need

Geographic areas served:

The State of Florida


Residential Care Independent Living Foster Care Adoption Services

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Role: General Member of the Public
Rating: 2 stars  

1 person found this review helpful

Some attention needs to be focused on the situation with meals at this facility. In particular, menu planning and logistics are NOT coordinated in any useful sense -- menus are not being based on supplies on hand OR on meeting budget constraints. Meals have been served late, with major elements missing (no butter for bread or for making gravy, for example). Cucumber salad for 100 people involved the purchase of FOUR cucumbers; bananas purchased Friday for a fruit salad on Monday were left out all weekend in the heat, and were PAST ripe on Monday...

The person planning the menus is overloaded with other responsibilities, all of which are suffering, yet insists on micro-managing the entire process. From their Facebook page I understand that a long-term cook has just recently retired -- I have to wonder to what extent this ongoing issue was involved in that retirement.

I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...

seeing the benefits to children, families, and the local community.

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

suggest that there are major inefficiencies needing to be addressed in the meal planning operations.

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Role: General Member of the Public
Rating: 5 stars  

In early December I visited Florida United Methodist Children's Home with a group from Pine Castle United Methodist in Orlando. It was a great experience! The campus is much larger than I had imagined, it's a lovely setting with many trees, and the staff were friendly and seemed very caring. I was impressed that the children live in "cottages," each with a "mother and father" to give them guidance and love. (The cottages are usually a long house-like building that holds about 12 children.) They all live there together as a family and eat their meals together. Children also attend school, and have access to medical care and counseling. They have chapel services on campus, too. What a wonderful home for kids who have had a rough spot in life.

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Meeting house parents and administrative staff.

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

Enlarge it so they could help more children!

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