IN YOUR COMMUNITY
Florida Justice Center
Florida Justice Center is a nonprofit legal aid and behavioral health organization that is at the forefront of an emerging model of holistic legal services. By combining quality legal representation with social and mental health services, the Florida Justice Center is able to treat the whole person and address the issues that brought about their involvement in the justice system.
For individuals recently released from the criminal justice system, the environment they return to can influence their ability to seek and maintain employment. Many returning citizens face multiple barriers, including substance abuse, unstable work history prior to being incarcerated, lack of housing and lack of training or education.
OIC of South Florida (OIC-SFL) is a beacon of hope through its ability to serve as a community-based workforce, job development, and training organization. OIC-SFL focuses on the unemployed, underemployed, unskilled, and those with barriers to self-sufficiency due to past indiscretions in their background through our various Workforce Development Division programs.
Riverside House is a private, non-profit organization that has been successfully operating as a coed community residential reentry facility for over 42 years.
Salvation Army Miami
The Salvation Army is continuing to care for people who are most vulnerable in our community. Due to the recent COVID-19 pandemic food and financial assistance are by appointment only. For more information please call a Community Center near you.
Transition, Inc. is a not for profit re-entry organization located in the heart of Overtown. Our mission for the last 48 years has been to lift individuals out of the cycle of crime and poverty.