Helpful Links

Community Voices Miami: Community Voices Miami is helping to strengthen our community's support services by improving access to healthcare for the uninsured and undeserved population. 

www.communityvoicesmiami.org

 

Financial Resources Center: United Way of Miami-Dade focuses on helping individuals and families become financially stable and achieve long-term economic independence during tough economic times.  This site offers tools and strategies that help individuals and families increase their income, build savings, and gain and sustain assets.

www.unitedwaymiami.org/whatwedo/financial-stability

 

Hurricane Resource Center: Helpful information on how to get ready for hurricane season.

www.unitedwaymiami.org/whatwedo/hurricane-resource-center

 

FamilyWize:  Discounts for prescriptions.

http://www.unitedwaymiami.org/whatwedo/health/familywize

 

Miami-Dade County Office of Emergency Management:  Your link to important information before, during and after a storm or other county emergency.

www.miamidade.gov/fire/emergency-management.asp

 

South Florida Workforce: Career Centers which offer comprehensive career information, extensive employment search, training opportunities, and other employment-related support services - free of charge.

Call 1.877.872.JOBS or visit www.careersourcesfl.com

 

Switchboard of Miami: Switchboard of United Way of Miami-Dade impact partner agency operates the HELPline, a free 24-hour telephone hotline staffed by trained phone counselors who speak English, Spanish and Creole.  If you or someone you know line in Miami-Dade and need help with a personal economic, health or emotional crisis, or if you want to know what kinds of services are available, please call (305) 358-HELP right away.  The TTD/TTY phone number is (305) 644-9449.

www.switchboardmiami.org

 

Teach More Love More: A partnership between the Early Childhood Initiative Foundation and United Way of Miami-Dade to ensure that all children in our community are healthy, ready and eager to learn by the time they reach first grade.

www.teachmorelovemore.org