FREE training in Youth Mental Health First Aid to anyone who interacts with youth, ages 12-18 or to parents of adolescents.
Hope for Miami's Project Bridge is currently offering an 8-hour course designed to help participants recognize early warning signs of mental health problems and addictions as well as how to refer young people to the assistance they need.
How We Serve Families and Children
Our next generation is at risk. Too many families, youth, and children in South Florida are facing a future of poverty, neighborhood violence, broken families, and the absence of positive role models to turn to for wisdom and guidance.
How We Serve Organizations
At Hope for Miami, our goal is to build flourishing South Florida communities but we know that we can't do it alone. That's why we're committed to resourcing, networking, equipping and empowering organizations and ministries to better serve our neighbors.
Find the Volunteers You Need....NOW
Hope for Miami wants to help you recruit, manage and retain your own volunteers for the important work you do in our city. Contact us about free and helpful tools and advice so you can begin today!
Help Us Restore Hope to Miami
Hope for Miami is dedicated to "reweaving" South Florida communities into places of flourishing and wholeness. But we can't do it without your support. Your donations and in-kind assistance can enable us to serve many more children, youth, and families throughout Miami-Dade.