Categories
BLOG

florida five

Are You a Winner?

All Draw game prizes must be claimed at a Florida Lottery retailer or Florida Lottery office on or before the 180th day after the winning drawing.

Watch the Drawings

View the drawings for Florida Lotto, Powerball, Jackpot Triple Play, Fantasy 5, Pick 5, Pick 4, Pick 3, and Pick 2 on the Florida Lottery’s official YouTube page.

Commitment to Education

More than $38 Billion and Counting!

The Florida Lottery has transferred more than $1 billion a year for 18 consecutive years to support education in our state; more than $38 billion in total since start-up. Learn more about the Lottery’s commitment to education.

Fantasy 5 ®

Monday, January 11, 2021

13 – 17 – 24 – 25 – 35

Prize Level Winners Prize Amount
5-of-5 1 $193,639.33
4-of-5 266 $117.00
3-of-5 8,370 $10.00
2-of-5 82,851 Free Ticket

Please note that every effort has been made to ensure that the enclosed information is accurate; however, in the event of an error, the winning numbers and prize amounts in the official records of the Florida Lottery shall be controlling.

EZmatch™

Date Number of Winners Prize Amount
01/11/2021 16,145 $50,382.00

Please note that every effort has been made to ensure that the enclosed information is accurate; however, in the event of an error, the winning numbers and prize amounts in the official records of the Florida Lottery shall be controlling.

© 2021 Florida Lottery, All Rights Reserved.
Must be 18 or older to play.
Play responsibly.

Are You a Winner? All Draw game prizes must be claimed at a Florida Lottery retailer or Florida Lottery office on or before the 180th day after the winning drawing. Watch the Drawings View

Florida’s Five-Year Prevention and Permanency Plan

The central focus of Florida Child Abuse Prevention and Permanency Plan: July 2010 – June 2015 is to build resilience in all of Florida’s families and communities in order to equip them to better care for and nurture their children. In accordance with the State law (§39.001, Florida Statutes), this five-year prevention and permanency plan provides for the prevention of child abuse, abandonment and neglect; promotion of adoption; and for the support of adoptive families. The vision, mission, overarching goal and desired results of the plan are:

Vision: Florida’s highest priority is that children are raised in healthy, safe, stable, and nurturing families.

Mission: To serve as a blueprint that will be implemented to provide for the care, safety, and protection of all of Florida’s children in an environment that fosters healthy social, emotional, intellectual, and physical development.

Overarching Goal: All families and communities ensure that children are safe and nurtured and live in stable environments that promote well-being.

Desired Population-Level Results of Plan Implementation

1. Child Maltreatment Prevention – By June 30, 2015, the verified findings of child abuse rate will be reduced from the State Fiscal Year 2008 – 2009 statewide rate of 10.94 per 1,000 children.

2. Promotion of Adoption – By June 30, 2015, the percent of children adopted within 12 months of becoming legally free for adoption will increase from the State Fiscal Year 2008 – 2009 rate of 66.4 percent.

3. Promotion of Adoption – By June 30, 2015, the percent of children legally free for adoption who have been waiting for adoption since the date of termination of parental rights (TPR) for more than 12 months will be reduced from the State Fiscal Year 2008 – 2009 rate of 53.19 percent.

4. Support of Adoptive Families – By June 30, 2015, the annual number of adopted children who are returned to foster care (regardless of when the adoption was finalized) will be reduced from the State Fiscal Year 2008 – 2009 number of 98.

In June 2010, the Office of Adoption and Child Protection completed and launched a five-year plan for the prevention of child abuse, abandonment and neglect, the promotion of adoption, and the support of adoptive families, in conjunction with almost 200 individuals statewide. This plan incorporated plans developed by the local planning teams, incorporating the work of over 600 people statewide for the twenty local plans.

Executive Summary of the statewide five-year plan.
View the five sections of the statewide five-year plan below:

Child Abuse Prevention and Permanency Circuit Plans 2010-2015 from the Local Planning Teams

In accordance with Chapter 39 F.S., the Office of Adoption and Child Protection charged each Circuit with creating a Local Planning Team responsible for adoption promotion and prevention of abuse, abandonment and neglect. Each Local Planning Team developed a Circuit local plan of action that was used by the statewide Child Abuse Prevention and Permanency Advisory Council in developing the state’s plan of action for Child Abuse Prevention and Permanency.

The Local Planning Teams addressed:

  • Defining the magnitude of child abuse problems,
  • Identifying strategies for ensuring that children are not abused,
  • Developing a comprehensive approach for providing post adoptive support,
  • Prioritizing local needs, and
  • Making recommendations for change in your area as well as making recommendations for change at the state and federal levels.

Below are copies of the circuit plans for child abuse prevention and permanency. These plans were submitted to the Office of Adoption and Child Protection in May 2010, and to the Governor and the Legislature in June 2010. All documents below are provided in PDF format for online viewing and downloading. These comprise Appendix I of the Prevention and Permanency Plan.

Florida’s Five-Year Prevention and Permanency Plan: Current meetings and work of the Local Planning Teams.

Florida’s Five-Year Prevention and Permanency Plan The central focus of Florida Child Abuse Prevention and Permanency Plan: July 2010 – June 2015 is to build resilience in all of Florida’s ]]>