Florence Crittenton Home Reunion Registry

In 1882, Charles Crittenton, a wealthy New Yorker, lost his 4 year old daughter Florence to scarlet fever.  This tragedy moved him toward philanthropic work and he started the Florence Night Mission in New York, a safe haven for “lost and fallen” women. 

From there the Florence Crittenton Mission was formed and Charles Crittenton traveled across the country in a railroad car donating $500 to each town willing to start a Home for young women and children in need.  More than seventy Homes in total were opened.

This website is dedicated to helping those that have a connection with the Florence Crittenton Homes across the U.S.

Please check the State Info regarding current laws and pending legislation for access to adoption records. This info will be updated as new legislation is passed.

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