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Camelot Community Care 50th Anniversary Day in the City of Tampa

On March 7, 2024, the city of Tampa, Florida, celebrated Camelot Community Care 50th Anniversary Day! Mayor Jane Castor issued a proclamation, honoring Camelot Community Care's 50 years of dedicated service to child welfare.

NWF Health Network Celebrates Record-setting Adoptions!

On August 4, 2023, NWF Health Network recognized Oaks Juvenile Development Inc., FamiliesFirst Network, and Camelot Community Care for the collective, outstanding work and dedication to the children and families served in 16 north Florida counties.

Celebrating 50 Years of Camelot!

Camelot Community Care Receives Special Donation from The Tampa Bay Lightning Community Hero Program

Camelot Community Care Named Non-Profit of the Year

Camelot Community Care has been recognized as a leading Non-Profit by The Tampa Bay Business and Wealth Magazine.

What's Good In Tampa Bay with Ann Kelly at WDUV 105.5 The Dove

At Camelot Community Care, we're Bringing Families Together For A Bright Future, and that's What's Good In Tampa Bay with Ann Kelly at WDUV 105.5 The Dove. Take a listen to Camelot’s own Mike DiBrizzi, CEO share about the great work Camelot does in Tampa Bay and updates on our upcoming September 29th Golf Classic.

Board Meeting Announcement

The Camelot Community Care Board of Directors will be meeting on August 4, 2022 at 9:00AM.  The purpose of the meeting will be to elect the initial Board of Directors for the Children’s Network of Hillsborough, LLC, the lead agency for community based care in Hillsborough County.  This meeting is open to the public and will be held virtually.  Members of the public wishing to attend the meeting may contact Michael DiBrizzi at for information on how to attend.

Camelot Community Care Opens New Program in Central Florida

Camelot Community Care will soon expand to a new service area, providing child welfare case management, adoption and family support services in Orange and Seminole Counties. In announcing these new locations, Camelot continues to grow its reach and positively impact families throughout Florida.

Connecting Open Arms And Homes To Children In Need

“The Crisis in Foster Care” read the Washington Post headline. The article, dated January 10, 2020, talked about “an acute shortage of foster parents.” A simple online search yields numerous links to similar articles in recent years, decrying the shortage of foster families – both nationally and locally.

Camelot Community Care Camelot highlighted in Bank of Tampa’s Annual Report

Camelot Community Care is proud to have The Bank of Tampa as a partner to support us in our everyday banking needs. Highlighted as being the banking institution that provides Community-Focused Banking, they enjoy being a part of a thriving community and it is something they take very seriously. T


Camelot Community Care, hopes that you and your families are safe and healthy and continue to navigate these uncertain times with ease. In the past several weeks, we have learned new terms, like, "social distancing" and "safer at home" and have felt the impact of the COVID-19/coronavirus

Camelot Foster Home Recruitment looks to impact Okeechobee County Children

OKEECHOBEE — On any given day in Okeechobee County, over 130 children are in out-of-home care, and according to Tricia Curl, foster care recruitment and licensing supervisor for Camelot Community Care, Okeechobee County has only four foster homes in which to place them. 

Singing For Their Sake bands artists together for Tampa Bay's homeless youth

Look up from the phone long enough, and you’ll see homeless people with signs in hand, asking for charity. Debate about whether sparing that dollar or a little of your loose change does anything to help or harm Tampa Bay’s homeless population is everywhere. 

How my son graduating high school taught me important business lessons.

Today, my son Ronderik finished high school. While this may not seem business related (or appropriate for the LinkedIn platform) let me share with you why I absolutely think it applies.