FAMILY DEFENSE PROGRAM by AMERICANS FOR IMMIGRANT JUSTICE, INC.

The Family Defense Program regularly meets with immigrants, including DREAMers and TPS recipients facing deportation, to update them about changes in immigration laws and practices, to answer their questions, and to conduct individual screenings to determine immigrantsGÇÖ eligibility for legal status. ###MON###

3000 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, FL , 33137

Individual Advocacy Unaccompanied Minors Legal Counseling Comprehensive Immigration/Naturalization Services

IMMIGRANT CHILDREN'S LEGAL AND SERVICE PARTNERSHIP (ICLASP) by AMERICANS FOR IMMIGRANT JUSTICE, INC.

Immigrant Children's Legal and Service Partnership (ICLASP) is a human services, legal, and policy advocacy network dedicated to safeguarding the best interests, welfare, and rights of unaccompanied immigrant children in South Florida. ICLASP provides these vulnerable children with legal assistance for immigration and state court matters, mental health counseling, positive youth development, life skills workshops, and care coordination. ###MON###

3000 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, FL , 33137

Comprehensive Immigration/Naturalization Services Unaccompanied Minors Life Skills Education Children's Rights Groups Individual Advocacy Legal Counseling Legal Representation

PROJECT UPSTART by MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS

Project UP-START is a department under Title I Administration in the Miami-Dade County Public Schools (M-DCPS) whose primary purpose is to assist students who are living in unstable housing. UP-START staff also works with M-DCPS school staff members in the identification, enrollment, and attendance of students in homeless situations. Upon enrollment, UP-START students will automatically receive free lunch. UP-START students can request transportation services if they live over two...

1450 NE 2nd Avenue, Miami, FL , 33132

Homeless School Transition Programs Homeless Youth Unaccompanied Minors General Education Advocacy Homeless Families Parent/Family Involvement in Education

THE LOTUS HOUSE by THE SUNDARI FOUNDATION, INC.

Lotus House is situated in Lotus Village, a new state of the art facility providing trauma-informed, wrap around support services for women, youth and children experiencing homelessness. Program includes access to medical and mental health care, counseling, education, job readiness training, and a host of enrichment activities as alternative pathways to healing. Lotus House welcomes youth and women of all ages, women with children, LBTQ women, and has a maternity wing to accommodate...

217 NW 15th Street, Miami, FL , 33136

Runaway/Youth Shelters Homeless Youth Girls Single Women Mothers Adolescents Unaccompanied Minors Volunteer Opportunities Transitional Housing/Shelter Homeless Women

UNACCOMPANIED MINORS PROGRAM by CATHOLIC CHARITIES OF THE ARCHIDIOCESE OF MIAMI, INC.

Shelter care and child welfare services for unaccompanied, undocumented immigrant children 0-17 years old, who have been determined by the Office of Refugee Resettlement not to have lawful immigration status in the U.S. Minors placed at UMP remain in the custody of the Office of Refugee Resettlement. Residents live, learn, and play, on a campus that can accommodate up to 60 children. Daily structured routine includes: * On-site K-12 General Education * Counseling * Recreation * Field...

P.O. Box 971580, Miami, FL , 33157

Immigrant/Refugee Shelters Children Adolescents Unaccompanied Minors Volunteer Opportunities

UNACCOMPANIED REFUGEE MINORS PROGRAM by CATHOLIC CHARITIES OF THE ARCHIDIOCESE OF MIAMI, INC.

Program assists immigrant youth with refugee status who enter the United States without a parent/guardian. These children may be refugees, asylees, entrants, or victims of human trafficking. Children born in other countries, who have received special GÇ£unaccompanied refugee minorGÇ¥ classification from the US government, are placed in licensed foster homes. They attend local schools and are provided with a full array of services. Younger children are placed in the care of foster...

7300 N Kendall Drive, Miami, FL , 33156

Immigrant/Refugee Shelters Victims of Human Trafficking Primary School Age Children Infants Preschool Age Children Preadolescent Children Young Adults Toddlers Newborns Adolescents Unaccompanied Minors Immigrants Volunteer Opportunities Foster Parent/Family Recruitment Human Trafficking Hotlines

Data last updated September 6th 2019