New Season

New Season is a leading provider of care for Opioid Use Disorder (OUD), with treatment facilities across the state. In addition to providing customized therapeutic programs and Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) programs to patients, they also work to support the education and understanding of opioid addiction as a disease that can be addressed with treatment services. Their mission is to triumph over opioid addiction by integrating treatment, counseling, and compassionate care that saves lives.

Alice's Kids

Alice's Kids serves children in need. They accept requests made by teachers, counselors, clergy, and other professionals that work with kids. They help with new clothes, glasses, senior dues or any other item that costs up to $125. They do not help with food, household goods, healthcare, transportation or legal fees.

The request form for teacher/professional can be found here.

You can find more information at the website.

Domestic Violence & Human Trafficking (Lucha) Program-Americans for Immigrant Justice

Lucha is for those dealing with domestic violence and human trafficking. There is free legal help for immigrants. You can get healthcare and mental health counseling. They can help with housing, school, and jobs. They help with banking, taxes, and earning a driver's license. See the website to learn more.

Call 305.573.1106 ext. 1400 or email for help.


Polaris is a nonprofit organization. The group turns knowledge into strategies. They do this to disrupt and prevent human trafficking. They serve victims and survivors through a hotline.

Domestic Violence Advocacy - Florida Legal Services

This group runs the Florida Domestic Violence Hotline. It is staffed by attorneys. They offer advice on various legal issues. The services are for survivors of domestic or dating violence. As well as survivors of stalking or human trafficking. Translation and interpretation services are available free of charge. Please call or visit the website for more information.

Domestic Violence Legal Helpline: 1.850.385.0611
Statewide Domestic Violence Hotline: 1.800.500.1119 Option 3