Green Isle Children's Ranch

13702 Green Isle Terrace, Clermont, FL 34711

FACCCA (inactive)


residential program for children in crisis situations such as being homeless, abused or neglected, some with mild to moderate behavioral problems.


Most of the religious group homes reviewed by the Tampa Bay Times are nonprofit organizations and must file financial information each year with the IRS. The Times collected these public records, which reveal income and expenses and other basic information about each organization. In some cases, the forms could not be found.

Gross receipts $648,025
($650,082 in prior year)
Expenses $560,690
Net revenue $87,335
Net asssets $1,089,908
Employees 35
Volunteers 95

In 2002 and 2004, state investigators verified four cases of physical injury related to excessive corporal punishment or restraint. In four other cases, the state found some evidence to support allegations that children did not get enough food or were medically neglected.



  • asphyxiation
  • beatings
  • bizarre punishment
  • bruises/welts
  • burns
  • cuts/punctures/bites
  • environmental hazards
  • excessive corporal punishment
  • failure to protect
  • inadequate food
  • inadequate supervision
  • inappropriate/excessive restraints
  • medical neglect
  • mental injury
  • physical injury (unspecified)
  • sexual molestation

The school closed around 2010, not long after reports of abuse and neglect came to light.

According to this group home's tax form for 2008:




Group home profile last updated: Dec. 7, 2012, 1:49 p.m.

  • 490 First Avenue South
  • St. Petersburg, FL 33701
  • 727-893-8111