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Mission Statement

Protecting Children. Supporting Families. Engaging Communities.


Kids Central, Inc. is the nonprofit organization serving Citrus, Hernando, Lake, Marion and Sumter Counties in Florida. The agency manages a comprehensive community-based system of care for abused, neglected and abandoned children and their families. Kids Central is committed to promoting the welfare of expectant mothers, babies, children and young adults through prevention services, in-home care, foster care, and adoption.

Together with involvement from the communities we serve, Kids Central is Building Better Lives and strengthening families in our part of the Sunshine State.


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Would you recommend Kids Central, Inc.?

by Barbara M. from Wildwood, FL (Administrator for this Organization) (October 20, 2014)
Kids Central has many engaged and compassionate people working together to make a difference in the community. They work so very hard to educate the community to stop instances of child abuse and neglect. Kids Central looks to protect children and keep families intact by providing services in the least restrictive setting. Removing a child from their home and placing them with strangers is very traumatic and has a lasting impact on the child. Kids Central understands that human services is often difficult to deliver and they work hard to provide families support in temporary situations that, if left unaddressed, could lead to abuse and neglect.