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Americans for Immigrant Justice
Provide free legal immigration and advocacy services to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking. Free legal representation in immigration matters; Emergency legal advocacy; Community education; Information and Referral; Professional training.
Aventura Police Department
Center for Independent Living of South Florida
We offer independent living skills training; educational services; job placement; job readiness skills; peer support; information technology training; housing assistance; sign language instruction; information and referral; self and systems advocacy; one-on-one micro enterprise development; access to computers for banking, registering for services, paying bills, and using the internet; and disability rights education for any person of any age with a disability.
Center of Information and Orientation, Inc.
The 24 hour hotline provides crisis intervention, as well as information and referral for anyone concerned about child abuse.
Children's Home Society
Provides telecounseling and tele-psychiatry and support services for at-risk families when abuse and neglect has been alleged and/or confirmed. Fee based on sliding scale and multiple insurances (No fee for Medicaid recipients only).
Children's Home Society
Provides telecounseling and tele-psychiatry and support services for at-risk families when abuse and neglect has been alleged and/or confirmed. NOTE: No fee for medicaid recipients only. Sliding scale and multiple insurances accepted. Mon.- Fri. 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. for office staff; counseling sessions will be scheduled at client’s convenience.
Children's Home Society, SE Division
Provides services to children who have been abused, abandoned and neglected and their families. Offer emergency shelter, foster care, long term residential care for children, as well as adoptive services and assistance for families affected by AIDS. Also provide visitation services for dependency, domestic violence and family law cases.
Coordinated Victim Assistance Center (CVAC)
Provides assistance to innocent victims of crime in Miami-Dade. The primary goal is to return victims to their pre trauma level of function. The Coordinated Victims Assistance Center, CVAC, is a walk-in center for all victims of crime, including domestic violence, sexual violence, dating violence, stalking and human trafficking victims and their dependents.
Coral Gables Police Department
Department of Children and Families
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Florida Atlantic University
Advocates available to assist with university processes.
Florida Commission on Offender Review
Florida Council Against Sexual Violence
Florida Department of Corrections
The Florida Department of Corrections Victim Services Office assists victims of crimes committed by inmates in the department's custody or under our supervision, and notifies victims prior to an inmate's release. Our office also provides referral services to victims with specific needs, such as counseling, support groups, crimes compensation, and crisis intervention. We further serve as the statewide office for Victim Information and Notification Everyday (VINE) Services.
Florida Department of Law Enforcement
State Sex Offender Registry
Florida International University
24-hour crisis support, advocacy, information referrals; Supportive crisis counseling to individuals who have been recently victimized; Assistance with exploration of options and accessing community and university resources; Accompaniment to court, meetings, hearings and depositions involving the criminal justice system or FIU student conduct process; Facilitation of academic accommodations, if need.
Florida Rural Legal Services
This program also provides civil legal services to address the special legal needs of agricultural workers throughout the state of Florida.
Guardian Ad Litem, 11th Judicial Circuit
Provides representation through the criminal justice system for child victims between the ages of 0 to 18, who have been abused, neglected or abandoned.
Hialeah Police Department
Homestead Police Department
Jewish Community Service of Greater Miami
Provides information and referral, case management, home visits and installation of security devices to all victims of crime who are disabled or over 60 throughout the county.
Jewish Community Services of South Florida
Kristi House, Inc.
The Child Advocacy Center of Miami Dade County coordinates with the State Attorney’s Office and other Multi-disciplinary Team Members providing services during and after investigations of abuse to decrease the trauma for children and families. Case Coordination, Youth and Family Advocacy, Therapy, Referrals, Professional Training, and Community Education are services offered.
Legal Aid Society
Provides legal services, without fee, to victims of domestic violence who have obtained a temporary Injunction for Protection. Project provides representation for victims in court at the Permanent Injunction hearing.
Miami-Dade County Community Action and Human Services Department
Miami-Dade County Public Schools
Provides support to students who have been affected by trauma.
Miami-Dade Police Department
Miami Beach Police Department