Holistic Ministries Provides transitional assistance for re-entry for veterans and Ex- offenders. Programs include but not limited: *Employment assistance *Applying for education *Applying for Housing assistance *Information and referral services *Counseling
13255 SW 137th Avenue, Miami, FL , 33186
Ex-Offender Reentry Programs Offender/Ex-Offender Issues Ex-Offenders Veteran Reintegration Counseling Veterans Veteran Employment Programs Specialized Information and Referral
Victim's Advocate provides support for victims and witnesses of crime and helps them understand their rights, gain access to resources and navigate the legal system. Victims of all types of crimes, who have suffered physical or emotional injury, can request services at any time. Assistance is provided with filing victim compensation claims, making shelter referrals, assisting with orders of protection, crisis intervention, filing for emergency financial assistance, and information and...
2801 Salzedo Street, Miami, FL , 33134
General Crime Victim Assistance Crime Victims Information and Referral In Person Crisis Intervention Crime Victim Compensation Municipal Police Individual Advocacy
The Spark of Light program is the only national program that serves Jewish people incarcerated in the United States to ensure that they stay connected to their families, communities and Jewish heritage. Spark of Light social programs and services provide for the religious, rehabilitation and humanitarian needs of individuals and their families from the moment of arrest, during the pre-sentencing stage and trial, and throughout their imprisonment. Spark of Light helps inmates amend...
9540 Collins Avenue, Surfside, FL , 33154
Prison Ministries Jewish Community
Trained volunteers and professional staff offer 24-hour confidential telephone crisis counseling for suicide prevention, substance abuse, parent/child difficulties, personal, emotional or financial difficulties. Provides information and referral to all Miami-Dade County community services and support groups.
735 NE 125th Street, North Miami, FL , 33161
Suicide Counseling Individual Advocacy Information and Referral Health Fairs Free School Supplies Zika Virus Control Disaster Related Goods Donations Management Book Fairs General Dentistry Disaster Claims Information Food Banks/Food Distribution Warehouses Volunteer Opportunities Easter Events Suicide Prevention Hotlines General Counseling Services General Physical Examinations Crisis Intervention Volunteer Opportunities Helpline Volunteer Opportunities Information and Referral Volunteer Opportunities Suicide Prevention Volunteer Opportunities
9to5 is one of the largest, most respected national membership organizations of working women in the U.S., dedicated to putting working womenGÇÖs issues on the public agenda. Most members are women, many who are working two jobs or more to make ends meet their families. Support, counseling and referral services provided for victims of workplace issues and workplace violations for everyone nationwide. ###MON###
207 E Buffalo Street, Milwaukee, WI , 53202
Employment Discrimination Assistance Women's Issues Women
The Federal Detention Center (FDC), is an administrative facility housing male and female inmates.
33 NE 4th Street, Miami, FL , 33132
Federal Correctional Facilities Offenders Inmates
Directs citizens to their appropriate Neighborhood Enhancement Team service center. NET centers have multi-lingual staff members who handle complaints regarding zoning, sanitation, graffiti, police and tenant/landlord concerns. Referrals are made to the correct city departments.
151 NW 27th Avenue, Miami, FL , 33125
Neighborhood Watch Programs Consumer Complaints Community Action/Social Advocacy Groups Administrative Entities Community Action Agencies
A court administrator in each of Florida's 20 judicial circuits is appointed by the chief judge, subject to the concurrence of a majority of the circuit and county court judges, to oversee the non-judicial administration of the court. The Administrative Office of the Courts employs non-judicial staff members who provide a myriad of support services to assist the judiciary in the daily operations of the court. This includes case management, courtroom assignments, trial calendar...
175 NW 1st Avenue, Miami, FL , 33128
State Trial Courts State Government Agencies/Departments Judges/Magistrates
Drug Court is a volunteer diversion and treatment program that identifies a defendant who has a substance abuse problem by redirecting them from the ordinary course of prosecution through intensive supervision by the presiding judge and rehabilitation through treatment specialists for a minimum of one year.
1351 NW 12th Street, Miami, FL , 33125
Criminal State Trial Courts Drug Offenders Drug Courts
CCDH provides both individual and systems advocacy. Family Support Coordinators provide individual advocacy and case management to people with developmental, physical and sensory disabilities, their families, and professionals seeking to assist them. The primary goal of individual advocacy is to help identify and access needed supports and services. Systems advocacy refers to efforts to influence public policy, legislation, and service delivery systems to be more responsive to the...
7990 SW 117th Avenue, Miami, FL , 33183
Information and Referral Developmental Disabilities Case/Care Management Legislative Advocacy Issue Advocacy
Advocacy and case management services for child victims of crime. Services provided for children in Collier County Schools, the Collier County court system and children receiving Children's Advocacy Center's therapy services. ###COL###
1036 6th Avenue North, Naples, FL , 34102
Child Advocacy Centers Child Abuse Issues Case/Care Management
Our mission is to provide services that meet the educational, emotional, physical, and mental health needs of youth and their families. Programs Offer: *Affirming Youth-Seeds (Social Emotional and Development for Success) - Program that allows students to develop the skills to manage their emotional development by targeting higher academic achievement and fewer behavioral problems. *LetGÇÖs Talk It Out Conflict Resolution Program - Geared towards the adolescent population to help...
150 NW 79TH Street, Miami, FL , 33150
Youth Enrichment Programs Adolescents Bereaved Child Support Groups Art Therapy Behavior Modification Dropout Prevention Anger Management Youth Violence Prevention
AGED, Inc. is a nonprofit Pooled Special Needs Trust company that helps seniors and the disabled qualify for government benefits when they are over the financial records. We can help reduce medication costs to $0-$10/medicine, help with hospital and doctors copay's, help with facility costs and more.
1607 Cherrywood Lane, Longwood, FL , 32750
Life Care Planning Newborns Adults Preschool Age Children Older Adults Infants Disabilities Issues Frail Elderly Preadolescent Children Adolescents Toddlers Young Adults Primary School Age Children
Aging with Dignity produces a publication called Five Wishes which deals with living wills and health care surrogates. Five Wishes comes in 26 languages and in Braille. ###MON###
3050 Highland Oaks Terrace, Tallahassee, FL , 32301
Advance Medical Directives
This District provides law enforcement services to the Airport area.
4200 NW 21st Street, Miami, FL , 33122
Coordinates access to all City of Miami services. Staff is multi-lingual and handles complaints regarding zoning, sanitation, police and tenant/landlord concerns. Referrals are made to the correct city departments. Serves the areas of Melrose, Santa Clara, Comstock, Curtis Park, Civic Center and Allapattah.
1901 NW 24th Avenue, Miami, FL , 33125
Neighborhood Watch Programs Consumer Complaints Community Action/Social Advocacy Groups Landlord/Tenant Assistance
Issues new or duplicate Social Security cards and enrolls persons over 65 in Medicare and processes applications for benefits. Most transactions may be handled by telephone or mail.
1251 NW 36th Street, Miami, FL , 33142
Social Security Numbers Social Security Fraud Reporting SSI Social Security Burial Benefits Social Security Disability Insurance Social Security Retirement Benefits Social Security Survivors Insurance
The ALS Association Florida Chapter was co-founded by patient Ann Smith in-áAugust of 1987-áas the Tampa Bay Chapter to serve the needs of those living with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (also known as Lou Gehrig's disease) and their caregivers.-áIn 2001, the-áTampa Bay Chapter-áexpanded its services to all areas in the state of Florida and became known as the Florida Chapter. The ALS Association is the only national not-for-profit health organization dedicated solely to-áthe...
3242 Parkside Center Circle, Tampa, FL , 33619
Issue Advocacy Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Disease/Disability Information Case/Care Management
Mediation is a way to settle disputes and law suits instead of going through a trial. It allows you to control decisions affecting your family, finances, business, divorce, custody problems and other aspects of life. A trained neutral professional helps you and the other party negotiate a compromise. That compromise will be written into a contract signed by both parties. The Goal of mediation is to assist people in conflict find a "win - win" solution to problems without a costly...
3315 Tamiami Trail East, Naples, FL , 34112
The Alternatives to Incarceration (A.T.I.) project provides services to adult offenders. ATI receives referrals from the police department, the State's Attorney's Office, the DC Department of Corrections, the Pre-Trial Diversion Office and directly from the courts. Clients are released to the agency which then monitors their compliance and oversees their community service hours.
3300 NW 27th Avenue, Miami, FL , 33142
Adult Diversion Adults Older Adults Offenders