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Catwalk / Unit Services

The catwalk / unit service is comprised of volunteers that visit individual units/cells and hold small services within the cells such as faith-based counseling, or mentoring. Corrections and Rehabilitation Address: 2525 NW 62nd Street, Miami, FL 33147
Phone: 786-263-4929
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Faith-Based General Services / Faith-Based Studies

Faith-Based General Services / Faith-Based Studies are done on a set schedule provided to the facility supervisor and staff from the Miami-Dade Corrections and Rehabilitation County Chaplain. Faith-Based General Services consist of individual volunteers from many different Faith-Based Community Institutions who provide worship services for different faiths. Faith-Based studies provide the individual volunteer to teach and give the inmates a deeper understanding of the specific faith. Corrections and Rehabilitation
Address: 2525 NW 62nd Street
Miami, FL 33147
Phone: 786-263-4929
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Feed the Homeless

Miami-Dade County Corrections and Rehabilitation Department, Boot Camp Program Cadets feed the Homeless during dinner at the Camillus House in Miami Dade County. You must be willing to volunteer your service during specific meals at the Camillus House Homeless Shelter.

Camillus House
Address: 1603 NW 7 Avenue
Miami, FL
Phone: 305-374-1065
ext. 438

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Foster Grandparent Program

The Foster Grandparent Program provides meaningful part-time volunteer opportunities for low-income persons 55 and over to render supportive one-to-one services to children with special needs in day care centers, hospitals, Head Start centers, and in public schools.

Foster Grandparent Program
Address: 701 NW. 1st Court Miami, FL.  33136
Phone: 786-469-4830

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Habitat for Humanity

Miami Dade County Corrections and Rehabilitation Department, Boot Camp Program Cadets volunteer with Habitat for Humanity,Building homes for the disadvantage and Clean up Crew

Habitat for Humanity
Address: 7090 NW 22 Ave Miami, FL 33142
Phone: 305-634-3628

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Internship and Volunteer Opportunities

The Miami-Dade Juvenile Services Department serves as a valuable training ground for Social Work, Psychology, Public Administration, Public Policy, Statistics, and Education interns from local and out of town colleges and universities.  The Department also provides meaningful volunteering experiences for students, the elderly, and others interested in learning more about the juvenile justice system. JSD experienced staff includes Psychologists, Licensed Clinical Social Workers, and persons with Masters degrees in Business Administration, Public Administration and Social Work.

Juvenile Services Department
Address: 275 NW 2 Street Miami, FL 33128
Phone: 305-755-6202
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Homeless Trust Indoor Feeding Program

The Miami-Dade County Homeless Trust discourages street feeding of homeless persons and encourages organizations to participate in the Indoor Feeding program. Organizations can sign up to provide meals at indoor locations to individuals that are currently homeless. The organizations may also participate in programs at facilities that currently house homeless individuals and families.

Homeless Trust
Address: 111 NW 1st Street, 27th Floor, Suite 310. Miami, FL 33128
Phone: 305-375-1490

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Miami-Dade County Youth Commission

The Miami-Dade County Youth Commission was created by County Ordinance in 2011.  Its purpose is to provide young people with a vehicle to participate in the process of County government.  Motivated students from each Commission district represent and articulate the needs of youth in Miami-Dade and advise the Mayor and Board of County Commissioners on matters affecting the youth population.  Officials hear firsthand what concerned teens have to say, have the opportunity to educate them about the governmental process, and create a symbiotic relationship between youth and the County. Miami-Dade County Youth Commission
Address: 275 NW 2 Street Miami, FL 33128
Phone: 305-755-6202
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Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP)

RSVP provides opportunties for persons 55 years of age and older to use their talents, skills and experiences to meet critical community needs and provide a high quality experience that will enrich the lives of volunteers.

Community Action and Human Services
Address:
701 NW 1st Court Miami, FL.  33136
Phone: 786-469-4830

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Senior Companion Program

The Senior Companion Program provides part-time volunteer opportunties for low income persons, 55 and older to render suppotive services to frail, often homebound elderly, and/or respite care for their caregivers.

Community Action and Human Services
Address:
701 NW 1st Court Miami, FL.  33136
Phone: 786-469-4830

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Volunteer Chaplain Services

A Volunteer Chaplain is a person who donates his/her time counseling or providing faith based programs for inmates in MDCR custody. A faith based volunteer Chaplain provides ministerial support to MDCR Chaplains. They assist MDCR Chaplains with managing other faith based volunteers and helping with the coordination of faith based services for inmates and staff at each facility. Corrections and Rehabilitation Address: 2525 NW 62nd Street, Miami, FL 33147
Phone: 786-263-4929
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