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Hurricane Irma

As we continue our recovery and cleanup efforts, please visit the Emergency website for the latest information on openings and closings in Miami-Dade County.

Help us end HIV/AIDS in Getting 2 Zero

The Getting 2 Zero is a movement to reduce new HIV/AIDS infections, increase access to care, reduce stigma, and to promote health equality in the community.

> Know the Facts.
> Get Tested.
> Get Treated.

DMV to Go

The Office of Community Advocacy brings DMV to Go to the Stephen P. Clark Center. This service has been suspended until further notice.


Visit their website to find out what documents you will need to bring.

FedAssist - U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services

Staff will be available to answer questions and general information to the public on a walk-in basis. In addition, resource materials to help you study for the citizenship test.


Every third Tuesday of the month at the Stephen P. Clark Center, lobby.

The Office of Community Advocacy (OCAd) is charged with making Miami-Dade County "One Community" that embraces our diverse enriched and unique population.

Art Miami-Dade

The Office of Community Advocacy presents "Art Miami-Dade" for the purpose of showcasing the rich and diverse culture of Miami-Dade County. We aspire to promote local Artists during a time when a sophisticated international crowd of galleries, artists, and collectors converge upon Miami-Dade County.

The possibilities of opportunities are endless for Artists interested in looking to build their rapport and expand in the Art industry. This exhibit will serve as a meeting point for participating artist to network, promote, and sell their Art. Be apart and join the team as we support you in opening a gateaway to limitless exposure while promoting Art through the "Art Miami-Dade" Exhibit.

Deadline application is November 15, 2017.

Report on Miami-Dade Police Department's Immigration and Immigrant Communities Procedures

MDPD reviewed its practices and procedures and recently implemented a new policy to guide and direct officers with regard to immigration and immigrant communities. Since implementing the policy, the Department received additional input from organizations and concerned individuals around the County, and consquently drafted revisions to MDPD's Departmental Manual Chapter 21 - Part 4 - Undocumented Persons. The revisions to the policy preserve the separation of duties between MDPD officers and federal immigration officers, and confirm that MDPD officers are not performing federal immigration duties.

Hurricane Irma Disaster Relief and Resources Guides

The guide provides information with insurance companies along with State and Federal Government Resources.

Patterns and Trends of Substance Abuse Reports

The following two reports illustrate drug-by-drug review of trends, progress, and challenges associated to substance abuse in Florida and the second report covers Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach Counties.  

Children's Movement of Florida

The Children's Movement of Florida is a citizen-led, non-partisan movement to educate political, business and civic leaders and all parents of the state about the urgent to substantially improve the way we care for our children.

1st Annual Report The Status of Women in Miami-Dade County

The Status of Women in Miami-Dade County report analyzes the critical disparities among men and women in Miami-Dade County and provides an overview of changes that occurred since 2000 in a range of indicators across the areas of Economic Opportunity, Education, Safety and Health.

Facts About Human Trafficking

Mr. Francesco Duberli, founder and Chief Executive of Survivor’s Pathway, specializes on developing awareness about the challenges, needs, and barriers faced by the immigrant Latino community and the LGBTQI communities living in the United States and more specifically, Miami-Dade County. Special emphasis has been given to the analysis and development of cultural and gender oriented interventions to prevent different types of violence experienced by these communities such as intimate partner violence, domestic violence, sexual abuse, human trafficking, and other violent crimes. In this interview, Mr. Duberli goes into an in depth description of the cause and effects of human trafficking.

Miami-Dade County Coordinated Response Team

Coordinated Response Team (MDC-CRT) is a network of agencies, community centers and faith-based organizations that can provide individuals who have experienced crime, violence or a traumatic event with a range of legal, medical, mental health and other support services to help them get back on their feet.

Intern Corner

The Community Advocacy Internship Program offers students the opportunity to experience working in local government.

Advocacy Review Newsletter

Weekly Office of Community Advocacy newsletter.

Feb. 1, 2017
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