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.

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More often than not, perpetrators of child abuse were abused themselves as children. 

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Law enforcement, social workers, medical professionals, school personnel, family members and community members refer alleged victims of abuse. 

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    Second Annual Chili For Children Cook-Off

    Come try some chili and “Help Stop the Hurt”!

     

    Saturday, March 28, 2015

    12 noon start and Tasting begins at 3:00 p.m.

    Ollie’s Neighborhood Grill

    6181 US 90 in Milton

    Sponsorship Available= $50-$500

    General Admission= $5 (includes 6 chili samples)

    Benefiting Santa Rosa Kids’ House

     Call Ed Carson at 850-393-1394 or email edcarson@carsonlovell.com

    Chili Sponsor Form

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    2014 Angel Tree

    Thank you for all who have adopted children for Angel Tree – they are all adopted!

    With the help of our community, we are giving gifts to over 250 children who would not otherwise have them.

    Email us at angeltree@srkidshouse.org or give us a call at 850-623-1112 for more information.

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    2014 Santa Fly-in

    Announcing the 2014 Santa Fly-in benefiting the Santa Rosa Kids’ House

    Saturday December 13, 2014

    10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

    Peter Prince Airport

    Milton, Florida

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Golf

2015 Golf Tournament

Friday May 29, 2015

Stonebrook Golf Club, Pace

Register now!

2015 Golf Flyer

To register online and pay by credit card, click Payment

Select “Other” amount and complete Donor information.

You will be sent a confirmation email once we receive payment.

Or mail to :

SRKH

5643 Stewart Street

Milton, FL 32570

PAYMENT

 

 

After Lowes

Lowe’s Heroes Project Gives SRKH a Makeover

On Saturday, October 11, 2014, Lowe’s gave back to the community at the Santa Rosa Kids’ House.  The front property was given a makeover including new landscaping, lights, rocking chairs, and a bird bath.  Lowe’s provided the materials and volunteers, as well as a group from Pensacola NAS.  Thank you Lowe’s for your support, and thank you Navy AO Association!