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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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Strengthening Families Program
Catholic Charities

Serving families with children ages 3-16, this 14-week community-based, culturally sensitive program helps parents develop stronger parenting skills and empowers them to be an effective advocate for their families. Specifically, the program provides guidance for parents to develop a better understanding of their children, new techniques to better nurture them and create stronger family bonds. Additional supportive services - including information and referrals needed to overcome any financial, emotional and educational needs they may have - are also available. Sessions offered year-round and are available to children with disabilities.

28520 SW 148th Ave.
Unincorp Miami-Dade, FL 33033
Miami Beach Parent-Child Program
City of Miami Beach

The Nurturing Parent Program engages the whole family in either group (for parents of children ages 5-11 or adolescents 12-18) or home-based settings (for parents of children aged birth to 5). The curriculum includes parent homework and family time activities that nurture empathy, strengthen attachment, foster effective communication, increase parental knowledge of child development and empower parents. The youngest children and their parents are given academic, familial and social guidance to prepare them for school, while older children share dinners with parents and hold separate group sessions to address topics like family dynamics, behavioral norms, anger management, effective communication and social responsibility before being reunited with parents to see what each has learned.

999 11th St.
Miami Beach, FL 33139
501 72nd St.
Miami Beach, FL 33141
New Dimensions in People Empowering People
Concerned African Women

Year-round parenting education, advocacy training and family strengthening services for parents/caregivers of children ages birth to 18 who are at high risk of school failure or juvenile violence. The program helps parents raise high-achieving children by increasing parental involvement with children's education, and increasing parents' social supports and community involvement. The program is available at five locations countywide, although most enrolled parents will be from Miami Gardens, Opa-locka and Overtown.

Phone: 3056213700


17700 NW 27th Ave.
Miami Gardens, FL 33056
1505 NW 167th St.
Miami Gardens, FL 33169
600 Ahmad St.
Opa-Locka, FL 33054
1050 NW 195th St.
Miami Gardens, FL 33169
1951 NW 7th Ave.
Miami, FL 33136
Blind Babies Program
Miami Lighthouse

Community-based early intervention education and services that promote early development for children ages birth to 5 who are blind or severely visually impaired (many with multiple developmental disabilities). The program helps families learn to develop and support age-appropriate cognitive skills, fine and gross motor skills, language skills, socialization, daily living and self-help skills for their children. Activities include assessments of each child, parent/caregiver training and support, and the development of an individualized intervention plan for participating families. The Blind Babies Program provides the activities, services, support, and resources to increase the level of parental involvement in their child's development while increasing developmental functioning of children with visual impairments.