Central Florida's Orange County Office Celebrates its First Birthday Print Content Email Content Wednesday, May 4, 2016 Page Image Page Content April 30, 2016 marked the one-year anniversary of Central Florida’s grand opening of its Orange County office. In its first year alone, the office has served more than 500 children and families in the Orlando community, including: 288 parents through 28 Common Sense Parenting classes, 167 youth through In-Home Family Services 48 new families in its Behavioral Health Clinic “For years we have served children and families from Orange County, but until last year we could never truly say we are part of their community,” said Greg Zbylut, Central Florida Executive Director. “This new office location will continue to provide preventative services to strengthen families and minimize abuse and neglect. We are proud to say we have a foothold in West Orlando.”In recognition of the work Boys Town does within Central Florida, the City of Orlando and Orange County have proclaimed April 30, 2015 as Boys Town Central Florida Day. Congratulations to the Central Florida staff on an outstanding first year in the Orange County office!