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Mental Health Care - Impower

This agency provides many services to children, adults and teens.
Intervention Services offers:

  • Adoption services
  • Foster care services
  • In-home, in-school and community based counseling
  • Mentoring
  • Psychiatric services
  • Services for the developmentally disabled
  • Substance abuse services
  • Tutoring

Miami Bridge Youth and Family Services, Inc. - Emergency Shelter Care

Miami Bridge Youth and Family Services, Inc. provides Emergency Shelter Care to youth in need.

Services include:

  • A safe haven for eligible kids, 24 hours a day, seven days a week
  • Formal on-site education program with certified Miami-Dade County Public Schools teachers
  • Structured daily living programs employing positive behavior modification techniques
  • Mental-health counseling
  • Life-skills groups to promote responsibility and independence
  • Substance-abuse prevention services
  • Family reunification services and case management
  • Activities such as arts and crafts and music to promote positive youth development
  • Health-care coordination services to ensure access to medical treatment

Please call or visit website for more information.

Nassau County Summer Camp - Florida Sheriffs Youth Ranches

FSYR offers a summer camp for youth ages 10-15. Kids can take part in many fun activities such as canoeing, archery and swimming. They have the chance to build teamwork and peer communication skills. They can also enjoy the tranquil outdoors. Campers will have the chance to interact with law enforcement personnel and volunteers and learn other social skills. Please see the website for more information.

Operation First Response - Wounded Warrior Financial Assistance Program

This agency helps those who have been wounded while in the military. They help with basic needs such as rent, utilities, groceries and vehicle payments. They can also help with travel expenses to and from medical facilities. OFR recognizes that it may take a veteran six months to a year to receive benefits. Their aim is to ease the financial burden to these military families on their path back to the civilian world.

OFR is always in need of donations and volunteers.

Please see the website for more information.

Patient Resources - National Organization of Rare Disorders

NORD is the primary source of support and information for patients affected by rare diseases. And their families. The resource center provides patients and caregivers with helpful materials. These include free webinars, fact sheets, infographics, and more. The materials will provide guidance on the journey with a rare disease. Please call or visit the website for more information.