About the Collins Center
Named after Gov. LeRoy Collins (served 1955-61), the nonprofit Collins Center for Public Policy was established in 1988 to seek out creative, nonpartisan solutions to Florida’s toughest issues. Our work exemplifies Governor Collins’ desire for objective analysis and his vision for a better Florida. Click here to learn more.
During more than two decades of service, the Collins Center has found itself at the center of the state’s most pressing issues. After devastating hurricanes, we helped resolve disputes between homeowners and insurance companies. When flaws in the state’s election process were exposed in 2000, we managed a task force that brought sweeping reforms. We designed and implemented a mediation process in response to the mortgage crisis. Click here to view highlights of the Collins Center’s accomplishments.
Notice of Dissolution
On January 31, 2013, the Collins Center Board of Trustees authorized the dissolution of the Collins Center for Public Policy. For more information or to file Notice of Claim contact:
Collins Center for Public Policy
P. O. Box 8850
Coral Springs, FL 33075
For information on the Oregon Foreclosure Avoidance Mediation Program, click here.
RV Lemon-Law Mediation: The Collins Center no longer administers the Florida RV Mediation/Arbitration Program (RV Lemon Law Program). Please contact the Office of the Attorney General at 800-321-5366 or direct at 850-414-3500 for further information.
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act: Summary information is available on the Federal Stimulus program in Florida.