The Faine House's five essential steps:

Housing and transportation
 Health and wellness
Personal finance

A House of HOPE


Our Potential Impact

Increasing the graduation rate of teens formerly in foster care to the national average could save $1 billion in public funds over their lifetimes.

Reducing the pregnancy rate to the national average could save $115 million in public funds annually.

Reducing the criminal behavior of teens formerly in foster care to the rate of the general population could save $4 billion in public funds over their lifetimes.

Reducing the amount of hopelessness by breaking the cycles of issues can impact a life and change the world.

Source: Cutler Consulting / Jim Casey Youth Initiative Cost Avoidance report

The Faine House c/o The Children’s Home Society of Florida
5616 Clarcona Ocoee Road
Orlando, FL 32810
Phone: (407) 252-5561 | (407) 655-8381 (cell)


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