The Community Social Advocacy Program works to secure the rights of immigrants in South Florida through advocacy and political action for a positive legal environment.
1200 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, FL , 33181
Individual Advocacy Immigration Issues Immigrants
Eligible newly arriving refugees are given the opportunity to receive a health assessment as part of the resettlement process within the first 90 days of entrance in the United States. This health assessment is different and more complete than the one received before entering the country. The health assessment will help ensure that you are free of health problems, which could affect your family and your new community in Florida.
1350 NW 14 ST, Miami, FL , 33125
Human Trafficking Hotlines Victims of Human Trafficking Community Clinics Immigration Issues Refugees/Entrants/Asylees
This program provides counseling services that assist our participants develop employability skills. Provides help to participants in obtaining and retaining a job. The goal is to help the participants become self-sufficient. Programs for Adults: The program provides employment services to assist the refugees in developing skills to attain self-sufficiency. participants need to be in the United States less than 5 years with a parole or asylum. Cubans, Haitian, and Venezuelan.
300 East 1st Avenue, Hialeah, FL , 33010
Immigrant/Refugee Employment Programs Adults Immigration Issues
The Legal Assistance for Victims Project works with immigrants of any gender who are victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, or violent crime. Federal law provides specific protections for victims of violence through the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) and the Trafficking Victims Protection Act (TVPA). The VAWA self petition and "U" visa for victims of crime are two of these protections. VAWA is when a woman (or man) who is married to an abusive US citizen or lawful permanent...
10300 SW 72nd Street, Miami, FL , 33173
Domestic/Family Violence Legal Services Immigration Issues Immigrants