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ORGANIZATION: Santa Rosa Kids' House

  • 24 people are interested
Santa Rosa Kids' House
Giving children and families... The COURAGE to come forward and face the inconceivable... The STRENGTH to know that a brighter day is to come...& The HOPE to regain trust in others...

Help us make the children feel safe. Become a volunteer family greeter for the Santa Rosa Kids' House! As a family greeter you will be responsible for directing visitors and answering phone calls to the appropriate team member in the House. If a visitor comes in for an interview or exam, alert the victim advocate. Other daily responsibilities will include: checking daily notes and checking in with the Facility Coordinator, Victim Advocate, and other team members within the Kids' House to see if interviews or therapy sessions are scheduled during your shift; making sure snacks are available and ensuring the waiting area is orderly and clean; checkup on and clean the kitchen as necessary. A family greeter is to be in the reception area at all times. We can't wait to have you as a part of our organization and helping to keep the children in our community safe!

1 Shift

  • morning / 08:45 AM to 11:45 AM
    Monday morning shift needed

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About Santa Rosa Kids' House



Mission Statement

As one of over 900 Child Advocacy Centers in the United States, the Santa Rosa Kids’ House
mission is to deliver a well-coordinated and multi-disciplined response to child abuse in an environment
that puts the needs of children first. It is our vision to create a community where all children are nurtured to learn and grow in the context of safe and stable families that are equipped with the tools to prevent abuse and neglect.


The Santa Rosa Kids’ House provides preventative, intervention and therapeutic services to children who have been sexually abused or neglected. Our facility uses the multidisciplinary team approach to reduce trauma to the child. Our services are divided into three main facets:

More often than not, perpetrators of child abuse were abused themselves as children. In order to stop the cycle of abuse Santa Rosa Kids’ House staff members participate in community outreach to increase public awareness about healthy relationships, child abuse and the recovery process. In addition, the Florida Attorney General’s Cyber Crimes Unit provides education to Santa Rosa County schools on safe Internet surfing to students and parents.

Law enforcement, social workers, medical professionals, school personnel, family members and community members refer alleged victims of abuse. In a warm, homelike environment, a professional who specializes in working with abuse victims of all ages interviews a child which can be viewed on electronic monitoring equipment by representatives of the local law enforcement, the Department of Children and Families, and the State Attorney’s Office. The child is then given a medical exam designed to detect the physical symptoms of abuse. Although the Florida Attorney General’s Office, Cyber Crimes Unit works primarily on the investigation and enforcement of crimes related to child pornography over the Internet, these investigations frequently result in the identification of child victims of sexual abuse, who have their own needs.

Beyond its effective approach to child abuse cases, the Santa Rosa Kids’ House offers on site specialized sexual abuse therapy to help child victims and their families recover from their abuse. A highly trained Lutheran Services Counselor provides individual therapy, child group therapy, and non-offending parents’ group therapy. These services ensure that victims are able to process their abuse experience and learn strategies to keep themselves safe in the future, while helping their non-offending caregivers support their recovery and provide safe environments within which they can transcend their abuse.


Advocacy & Human Rights
Children & Youth
Crisis Support
Advocacy & Human Rights, Children & Youth, Crisis Support


We'll work with your schedule.
This opportunity has 1 shift


Santa Rosa Kids' House5643 Stewart StreetMilton, FL 32570



  • Crisis Intervention
  • Youth Services




  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 21
  • Abuse Registry Check, Background check, Fingerprints

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