The after school and full day programming, include summer winter, and spring break camps for youth from various areas including South Dade, Brownsville, Opa Locka, Carol City, Overtown, Allapattah, Hialeah, and Miami Gardens. Program activities include arts & crafts, nutrition, reading, sports, social skills, field trips, and cultural arts. The program is designed to build nutritional, health and academic skills.
2225 NW 103rd Street, Miami, FL , 33147
Extended Child Care Primary School Age Children Elementary School Students Preadolescent Children Youth Enrichment Programs
The Mobile Health Unit offers limited dental services to the uninsured and under resourced. Dental services include cleanings, fillings, and extractions.
8900 SW 168 Street, Miami, FL , 33157
Mobile Dental Care Adults Older Adults People Without Health Insurance Low Income Young Adults
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
Wellness Center: Provides blood testing, HIV testing and STD testing, walk-in clinic.
1613 Alton Road, Miami Beach, FL , 33139
AIDS/HIV Clinics AIDS HIV Infections
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 Elderly Services Program provides social services to senior citizens. The goals of the program are to assist elders in maintaining their independence in their community; to improve their nutritional status; to enhance the quality of their lives; to provide them with support and security and to provide their caregivers with assistance and relief so that they can continue to provide care.
7144 Byron Avenue, Miami Beach, FL , 33141
Senior Advocacy Groups Frail Elderly Case/Care Management
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
Serves at risk youth in the Overtown/Allapattah area. Teens receive tutoring and enrichment activities which include self esteem awareness, conflict resolution, anger management, basic life skills, peer bonding and self improvement activities.
531 W 29th Street, Hialeah, FL , 33012
Extended Child Care Children and Youth With Disabilities/Health Conditions Middle School Students At Risk Youth Adolescents
Serves at risk youth in the Overtown/Allapattah area. Teens receive tutoring literacy enrichment activities which include self esteem awareness, conflict resolution, anger management, basic life skills, also play games and go on field trips.
800 NE 12th Avenue, Homestead, FL , 33030
Extended Child Care Children and Youth With Disabilities/Health Conditions Middle School Students Primary School Age Children At Risk Youth Elementary School Students Preadolescent Children Adolescents
The YWCA of Greater Miami-Dade, Inc. provides an after school and full day programming, including summer winter, and spring break camps for youth from various areas including South Dade, Brownsville, Opa Locka, Carol City, Overtown, Allapattah, Hialeah, and Miami Gardens. Program activities include arts & crafts, nutrition, reading, sports, social skills, field trips, and cultural arts. The program is designed to build nutritional, health and academic skills.
351 NW 5th Street, Miami, FL , 33128
Extended Child Care Primary School Age Children Children and Youth With Disabilities/Health Conditions Middle School Students Preadolescent Children Elementary School Students Adolescents
To improve the quality of life and well-being of all patients, assist them in maintaining as high level of physical and psychological functioning as possible, and a healthier, happier and more fulfilling lives at an age. Services Include: Therapy for Depression and Anxiety, Couples Counseling, Family Counseling, Parenting Training and Support, Grief Counseling, Work and Career Issues, Gay/Lesbian, Transgender, Stress Management, Addiction & Recover, Gender Identity, Sexual Orientation...
5201 Blue Lagoon Drive, Miami, FL , 33126
Conjoint Counseling Adults Older Adults Young Adults Adolescents Family Counseling Parenting Skills Classes Bereavement Counseling Career Counseling Sexual Orientation Counseling Stress Management Gender Identity Counseling Conflict Resolution Training
Provides short-term intensive psychiatric services to stabilize patients who are considered a danger to themselves or others (Baker Act). Also offers screening, referral and emergency treatment for adults who are experiencing a mental health crisis. Will direct clients to the most appropriate and least restrictive treatment setting. This is also a Baker Act receiving facility.
10300 SW 216th Street, Miami, FL , 33190
Suicide Counseling Adults Older Adults Adult Psychiatric Inpatient Units Individual Counseling Involuntary Psychiatric Intervention Community Mental Health Agencies
Alzheimer's Support Network operates a 24-hour Helpline to assist individuals and families with problem solving, with making informed referrals to area services. We advocate on behalf of families. When decisions need to made concerning hospital stays or in other crisis situation we can be of service. In addition, if you simply need our advice after/before office hours, we are here to help. ###COL###
660 Tamiami Trail North, Naples, FL , 34102
Information and Referral Alzheimer's Disease Families/Friends of People With Alzheimer's Disease Caregivers Talklines/Warmlines
Our Helpline staff is available 24/7 and provides information on all aspects of Alzheimer's disease and other dementias, and caregiver issues. Individually compiled complimentary information, brochures, and pamphlets are sent to helpline callers. ###COL###
9220 Bonita Beach Road, Bonita Springs, FL , 34135
Medical Information Lines Alzheimer's Disease
4-H is a positive youth development organization that enables youth to emerge as leaders through hands-on learning, research-based 4-H youth programs and adult mentorship. Youth are able to build self-esteem, connect with and give back to their community, develop leadership skills, make friends, share interests and gain valuable knowledge that will help guide them through life and make the best better.
401 E 65th Street, Hialeah, FL , 33013
Volunteer Opportunities Scouting Programs Primary School Age Children Preadolescent Children Adolescents Youth Community Service Programs
A dropout prevention intervention program for minority young boys GÇ£at-riskGÇ¥ of dropping out of school and/or choosing a life of crime. Provides one-on-one mentoring, life skills training, educational support, and other services to encourage at-risk youth to succeed. At-risk youth are matched with successful adult volunteers who meet with them regularly to provide advice and guidance, while educating them on social issues. The mission of the 5000 Role Models of Excellence...
1450 NE 2nd Avenue, Miami, FL , 33132
At Risk Youth Employment Programs At Risk Youth Boys Men Peer Role Model Programs Dropout Prevention Minority Students Life Skills Education
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 Better Chance Youth Music Program is an inclusion model program that provides music instrument, software, and live performance instruction for blind and visually impaired youth along side their sighted peers. Activities include rock and pop band rehearsals, song writing classes, visits by local and international artists, weekly field trips, and culminates in a showcase performance at a local concert venue. Transportation is available for youth residing in Miami-Dade County. Summer...
601 SW 8th Avenue, Miami, FL , 33130
Music Instruction Primary School Age Children Preschool Age Children Blindness Partial Sightedness Preadolescent Children Young Adults Adolescents Summer Camps Children and Youth With Disabilities/Health Conditions
Act4Me's mission is to provide funding to children with neurological disabilities and genetic disorders for speech, occupational, and physical therapy as well as grants for special needs' equipment such as, wheelchairs, standers, walkers, and speaking equipment.
104 Crandon Boulevard, Key Biscayne, FL , 33149
Funding Children and Youth With Disabilities/Health Conditions Preschool Age Children Families/Friends of People With Disabilities Neurological Impairments Speech Therapy Preadolescent Children Primary School Age Children Disability/Rehabilitation Related Occupational Therapy Physical Therapy Manual Wheelchairs Walking Aids
Childcare Center providing: * Before and After school: Provides home work help, light tutoring and snacks * Tutoring * Food Program: Breakfast, Lunch, Snack included * Licensed and Insured * Summer Camp: Provides field trips, arts and crafts, science experiments, movies, and pool time Text line is available for parents to communicate with teacher to check in the child. Summer Camp: Dates: June 19th - August 14th Registration is currently open Miami Dade Transit accessible: Earlington...
4111 NW 22nd Avenue, Miami, FL , 33142
Extended Child Care Primary School Age Children Preadolescent Children Homework Help Programs Subject Tutoring Summer Camps