Address:729 NW 1st St Bay 1Fort Lauderdale, FL 33311Map & Directions
Services: CVM will provide phone numbers and voicemail service to these partnering agaencies for a nominal fee. The agencies will then distribute phone numbers to their client who are seeking health and human services, housing, jobs, and safety from domestic violence or who have goals that can be easily achieved with this communication tool. Clients selected by client managers and forwarded to CVM manager to enter CVM national database.
Hours: General business time 8:00am-5:00pm M-F
Eligibility: Program for all Low income or homeless individuals. Call for eligibilities.,
Documents To Bring: Call for all intake details by telephone.
Address:1 NW 33rd TerraceFort Lauderdale, FL 33311Map & Directions
Services: To be a seamless system of care in Broward County, to reduce the pain and suffering of individuals and families in poverty by providing necessary food, ancillary services and referrals. Their community kitchen serves 200-400 homeless individuals daily. Their emergency food pantry serves boxed meals to 50-100 families daily.Program:Food PurchaseBudget: $211,100Category: Human ServicesPopulation Served: Poor/Economically Disadvantaged, Indigent, General
Address:1600 S Andrews AveFort Lauderdale, FL 33316Map & Directions
Services: Provide emergency financial assistance for children fighting cancer to ensure access to basic human necessities. Additionally, the Foundation advocates for and raises awareness of childhood cancer. The Financial Assistance Program provides emergency help for families in crisis enduring pediatric cancer.
Address:2056 N Dixie HwyFort Lauderdale, FL 33305Map & Directions
Services: *Food pantry, thrift shop, clothing, nutritional consulting, and household goods for HIV infected persons
*Fitness center and gym
*Eligibility: picture ID, proof of Broward County residence, referral from a Ryan White Case Manager and letter from primary care doctor stating that individual seeking Poverello services is HIV positive and in primary care
Hours: 9am-3pm, M-F; 9am-12pm, Sat, Food bank hours; Thrift shop,7am-8pm, M-Sa; Noon-5pm, Su
Address:336 NW 5th StMiami, FL 33128Map & Directions
Services: Camillus Health Concern's services include adult primary care, pediatric services, women's preventive health services, HIV/AIDS/STD/TB prevention, screening and treatment, mental health services, oral health services and case management Integration with other Camillus House programs-CHC's sister organization, such as the Camillus Life Center (intensive outpatient substance abuse treatment); Camillus Housing Services; Camillus Emergency Services, ensures that patients have access to a comprehensive continuum of care services.
Hours: 8:30am-4:30pm, M, T, Th, F; 12pm-8pm, W.
Eligibility: Priority to homeless but anyone can receive services.
Address:1603 NW 7th AveMiami, FL 33136Map & Directions
Services: Provides lodging for 70 men over 18 years old. Meals are served from 6:30pm-7:30pm Monday through Friday and from 10am-2pm on Saturdays. Showers and clothing exchange is available for men on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 9am-11:45am, and for women on Wednesday from 1pm-3pm. Offers mail services for those with no address, free phone use, blankets and coats on cold nights, bathroom facilities, cold drinking water and comprehensive referral services.
Hours: 9:00am-5:00pm, M-F.
Eligibility: Homeless men, women and children.
Address:601 NW 1st Ct #10Miami, FL 33136Map & Directions
Services: The Children's Needs Fund fulfills Voices For Children's mission of providing financial assistance to abused and neglected children in the foster care system. Direct financial assistance for those currently in the foster care system usually covers immediate necessities such as food, clothing, and medical and/or psychological care. Voices supplements the State's limited allotment to these children for food, clothing, and medical and/or psychological care well as provides for other essentials such as rent and utility assistance so that children and their families have the basic necessities for survival.
Hours: 8:30am-5:00pm, M-F.
Eligibility: All Must be involved in dependency court proceedings in the 11th Judicial Circuit Guardian Ad Litem Program.
Documents To Bring: CAll for all intakes
Address:2624 NW 21st TerraceMiami, FL 33142Map & Directions
Services: Provides new clothing, shoes, etc. free of charge to abused, neglected and homeless children in shelters and foster care Neat Stuff requests a referral from social worker in order for child to come to the store to receive several new clothing items two times yearly Also provides Halloween costumes and special requests (Prom or Christmas) when available.
For referrals that do not specify that the children are abused or in foster care, (only low-income), guardians will be asked for a $20 donation fee per child.
Whether or not the children are in foster care, abused or just low-income, they receive a week
Hours: 10am-5pm, M-F; 10am-2pm, Sa.
Eligibility: Serves abused, neglected and homeless children in shelters and foster care from birth to the age of 18.
Documents To Bring: Need referral from DCF, social worker or other child advocacy organization.
Address:PO Box 522222Miami, FL 33152Map & Directions
Services: To provide an effective and comprehensive support service to trafficked persons while building the capacity of the South Florida community to better understand and respond to the needs of trafficked persons FFP provides case management, legal assistance, clinical intervention, safe and appropriate housing, ESL & Literacy Classes, clothing, employment services, transportation & bus passes, pocket money, and safety planning and life skills Note: This program may be able to serve victims of human trafficking.
Hours: 8:00am-5:00pm, Mon-Fri
Eligibility: Any person nationwide or international person who have issues with human trafficking issues.
Address:2601 NW 65th StMiami, FL 33147Map & Directions
Services: Certified non-profit organization which Provide fresh groceries and nutritious produce commodities to low income residents in the community who are in need, as well as referrals for clothing assistance for individuals and families in crisis, to move from a place of instability to a place of self-sufficiency.
Hours: Program Hours 12:00pm-2:00pm, Every third Saturday of each month
Eligibility: Chruch program helps Elderly, low-income recipients, and individuals of government assistance and stability. All Must be at least 18 years or older.
Documents To Bring: Call for appointment.