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The largest funder of after-school, youth enrichment and summer camp programs in Miami-Dade County, The Children’s Trust also offers a wide range of resources for pregnancy and parenting, health insurance access, quality early learning, health and nutrition, services for children with special needs and youth employment. Find what you’re looking for today with our online program directory.

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Insurance Enrollment
Community Health of South Florida, Inc.

Health insurance assistance program implemented by Community Health of South Florida; helps children and families residing in South Miami-Dade County to enroll in qualified health insurance programs and other public benefits.


13805 SW 312th St.
Homestead, FL 33030
10300 SW 216th St.
Unincorp Miami-Dade, FL 33190
Gang Alternative Insurance Enrollment Program
Gang Alternative, Inc.

Health insurance assistance program implemented by Gang Alternative; helps children and families residing in North Miami-Dade County to enroll in qualified health insurance programs and other public benefits.

Fax: (786) 391-2379


6620 N. Miami Ave.
Miami, FL 33150
100 NW 83rd St.
Unincorp Miami-Dade, FL 33128
9201 NW 8th Ave
Hialeah, FL 33150
311 NE 78th St.
Miami, FL 33138
900 NE 132nd St.
North Miami, FL 33161
CCDH, Inc.'s All Children Together (ACT) Resource Network
CCDH, Inc. d/b/a The Advocacy Network on Disabilities

The ACT Resource Network helps to increase the participation of children with disabilities and their families in all aspects of community life, with a focus on increasing the capacity of children's programs to provide quality, inclusive services to children with disabilities. Activities include training; participation in community education and awareness events to promote system-wide improvements through advocacy, policy development and public education; and the development and distribution of e-updates and maintenance of a website focusing on available resources and other related information.

Fax: 305-596-6196


Triple P - Positive Parenting Program

The Arc of South Florida provides group parenting program services for at-risk families with children birth to 12 years of age who are experiencing early signs of problem behaviors and/or more likely to experience social, behavioral or health problems based on social, educational, economic or environmental factors. The program primarily serves children with disabilities and offers fitness, social skills, family engagement, academic support activities and a unique entrepreneurship program; also offers enrichment activities focusing on visual, performance and music arts. The parent group sessions are delivered in English and Spanish with child care and supper services provided during sessions to participating families.


777 W. Palm Dr.
Florida City, FL 33034