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Information

Services Provided

A True Jewel, Inc.

P.O. Box 6248
Lake Worth, FL 33466-6248
Ph: 561-702-1618
http://www.atruejewel.org

We serve parents of children/adults with disabilities by providing social events, training, and support to empower these special parents and enhance their lives.

Against All Odds -Muscular Degeneration Network

5333 N. Dixie Hwy.
Suite 101-A
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33334
Ph: 954-776-5223
Fax: 954-491-0027

 

American Foundation for Visual Rehabilitation

5333 North Dixie Hwy.
Suite 101-A
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33334
Ph: 954-776-5223
Fax: 954-491-0027

 

Ann Storck Center, Inc.

1790 SW 43rd Way
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33317
Ph: 954-584-8000
Fax: 954-321-8863
www.annstorck
center.org

The Ann Storck Center is a non-profit human service organization serving the needs of children and adults in South Florida who present severe and multiple developmental disabilities including Epilepsy, Cerebral Palsy, Autism, and Mental Retardation. The Ann Storck Center offers Residential, Preschool, and Adult Day Training services to adults and children. Life-enriching opportunities include the Fine Art Program, Arts in Motion Program, recreational services, and annual events and celebrations.

Munroe Remarkable Citizens

P. O. Box 428
Key West, FL 33041
Ph: 305-294-9526
Fax: 305-292-0078

 

The Arc of the Glades

4250 NW 16th St
Belle Glade, FL 33430
Ph: 561-996-9583
Fax: 561-996-8692

 

ARC of Broward

10250 NW 53rd St.
Sunrise, FL 33351
Ph: 954-746-9400
Fax: 954-746-2954
http://arcbroward.com

ARC Broward is a private, not-for-profit organization providing supports and assistance primarily to children and adults with mental retardation, autism, Down's syndrome, cerebral palsy, and other developmental disabilities. Their services cover the areas of Workforce Development, Habilitation Services, Childrens Services, Behavioral Health and Health Therapies.

Arc of Palm Beach County

1201 Australian Ave.
Riviera Beach, FL 33404
Ph: 561-842-3213
Fax: 561-863-4352
www.arcpbc.org

The Mission of The Arc of Palm Beach County is to improve the lives of children and adults with developmental disabilities, and their families, through services, education, and advocacy. To accomplish this mission, The Arc supports 12 distinct programs throughout Palm Beach County. Last year, more than 2,000 families were touched by the programs and services offered through The Arc of Palm Beach County. The Board's vision is that the Arc be the leader in providing innovative, effective, properly funded programs which allow children and adults with developmental disabilities to achieve the most enriching and independent lives possible within a supportive community. As a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, The Arc depends on gifts and grants to fund its work.

ARC South Florida, Inc.

5555 Biscayne Blvd.
Miami, FL 33137
Ph: 305-759-8500
Fax: 305-754-9223

 

Archways Behavioral Healthcare

919 NE 13th St.
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304
Ph: 954-763-2030
Fax: 954-763-9847
www.archways.org

Archways is a not-for-profit, privately- governed organization. It has provided a wide array of social services in Broward County (Greater Fort Lauderdale and Hollywood) since its incorporation in 1982. Adults with severe and persistent mental illness, or with co-occurring substance abuse and mental illness, are served in a clubhouse milieu with medication management, case management, psychosocial rehabilitation, individual therapy, supported housing, residential services at several levels, and supported employment services. Archways also provides substance abuse and violence prevention programs in collaboration with organizations around the county.

Autism Society of America - Palm Beach Chapter

901 NW 4th Avenue Boca Raton, Florida
Ph: 561-688-9010

 

Bayview Center

301 S. Bay Street
Eustis, FL 32726
(352) 357-8105
www.opismr.com/CustomerServices/
CenterFinder/BayviewCenterDetails.aspx

Our Mission-oriented Centers provide skilled nursing care, rehabilitative services, respite care, long-term care, and palliative care. Select centers offer specialized programming for dementia / Alzheimer’s care. Our services also include recreational activities, nutritional care and fine dining, and enhanced customer service programming tailored to the needs and preferences of our customers and their family members. For your comfort and convenience, customer rooms provide electric beds, free cable or satellite television access, telephone service, and housekeeping and laundry services.

Center for Independent Living of Broward

4800 N. State Road 7, Building F, Suite 102
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33319
Ph: 954-722-6400
Fax: 954-735-1958
www.cilbroward.org

Our mission is to offer assistance to people with disabilities in fulfilling the goals of independence and self-sufficiency.

Center for Independent Living of Palm Beach County

2328 S. Congress Ave.
Suite 1F
West Palm Beach, FL 33406

 

Center for Independent Living of South Florida

6660 Biscayne Blvd.
First Floor
Miami, FL 33132
Ph: 305-751-8025
Fax: 305-751-8944
www.soflacil.org

The South Florida Center for Independent Living provides direct services to individuals with disabilities such as job placement, pre-employment skills, independent living skill training, transistion services, social/recreational activities, peer support, housing, internship placement for undergraduates and a loan closet.

Center for Independent Living of the Florida Keys

103400 Overseas Hwy.
Suite 243A
Key Largo, FL 33036
Ph: 305-453-3491
Fax: 305-453-3488

 

Center for Positive Connections

8315 NW 22nd Avenue
Miami, FL 33147
Ph: 786-985-2818
Fax: 786-623-0698
www.positive
connections.org

The Center for Positive Connections, Inc. was founded in 1995 in Miami, Florida by Sheri Kaplan. After being diagnosed HIV positive, she discovered that she was socially isolated. At that time, there were very few resources for people living with HIV, and even less for women. From her frustrations, she founded The Center for Positive Connections. Originally, services were limited to monthly social and support groups serving less than 30 regular clients. The Center for Positive Connections has since then served more than 2,500 people living with HIV/AIDS, and hosts an array of free services including support groups, individual counseling, social activities, a speaker’s bureau, community education forums, peer mentoring, alternative therapy programs, and HIV prevention and outreach.

Coalition for Independent Living Options, Inc.

6800 Forest Hill Blvd.
West Palm Beach, FL 33413
Ph: 561-966-4288
Fax: 561-641-6619
www.cilo.org

The CILO provides services to people with disabilities including Independent Skills Training, Information and Referral, Advocacy, Peer Support, Accommodations, Equipment Lending, Homeless Assistance, Community Inclusion and Disability Sensitivity Training.

Community Committee for Developmental Handicaps, Inc. (CCDH)

7990 SW 117 Avenue, Suite 135
Miami, Florida 33183
Ph: 305-596-1160
Fax: 305-596-6196
www.ccdh.org

With an original focus on individuals with developmental disabilities, today the organization also provides supports and services to individuals with physical, sensory and other disabilities. Our mission is simple: "In partnership with people with disabilities and their families, CCDH advocates, coordinates and provides supports and services."

Deaf Service Center of Palm Beach County, Inc.

3111 South Dixie Hwy.
# 237
West Palm Beach, FL 33405
Ph: 561-802-3353
Fax: 561-802-3356
www.deafservice
center.com

The Deaf and Hard of Hearing Wellness Center is dedicated to meeting the needs of deaf and hard-of-hearing children and adults. The services provide by the center include answering questions, providing assistive living equipment and aid those who need hearing assistance.

Division of Vocational Rehabilitation

Check the website for local offices in your county
www.rehabworks.org

The Florida Department of Educations Division of Vocational Rehabilitation is an employment program assisting individuals with disabilities, including Floridians with the most severe disabilities, to pursue meaningful careers commensurate with their abilities and capabilities. Their services include counseling, job coaching, medical services, therapy services, adaptive aids, vocational assessment and training, employment services, supported employment, transition services, referral source and mental health services.

Douglas Gardens Community Mental Health

1680 Meridian Ave
Ste. 501
Miami Beach 33139
Ph: 305-531-5341
Fax: 305-672-1981

Douglas Gardens Community Mental Health provides behavioral health care for adults and children, case management, substance abuse counseling, and housing assistance for people with mental illness.

Easter Seals of South Florida

Miami-Dade Facility
1475 N.W. 14th Ave.
Miami, FL 33125
Ph: 305-325-0470
Fax: 305-325-0578
www.miami.
easterseals.com

Easter Seals South Florida provides exceptional services so that people living with autism, Alzheimer’s and other disabilities can live, learn, work and play in our communities
Our Core Values
Integrity - first & foremost; doing the right thing for the right reason all day every day
Innovation - finding better ways to support the people we serve in a changing environment
Respect - regarding each other with dignity; appreciating diversity; valuing differences; treating each other fairly
Responsibility - being good stewards; owning it; being accountable; doing what it takes to do the right thing.

Epilepsy Foundation of Florida

Serving: Dade and Monroe counties
1200 NW 78th Avenue
Suite 400
Miami, FL 33126
Ph: 305-670-4949
Fax: 305-670-0904
www.Epilepsyfla.org

The Epilepsy Foundation of Florida, Inc., exists to advocate for and to provide education and assistance to all people with epilepsy and their families. Direct services of the Epilepsy Foundation of South Florida include Employment Assistance; Case Management; Information, Referral, and Support; Medical Services; Neuropsychological Services; Development and Fundraising; Prevention and Education; and Resource Materials.

Fellowship House

5711 South Dixie Hwy.
South Miami, FL 33143
Ph: 305-667-1036
Fax: 305-667-4938

 

Florida Outreach Center for the Blind

2315 S. Congress
Palm Springs, FL 33406
561-642-0005
www.flblindcenter.org

The Florida Outreach Center for the Blind is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit, full-service training facility for blind and visually impaired persons. Our classes provide instruction in Braille, Computers, Daily Living Skills, Cooking, and Personal and Home Management.

The South Florida Workforce

1111 12th
Ste. 308
Key West, FL 33045
Ph: 305-292-6762
Fax: 305-292-6891

 

Florida's Voice on Developmental Disabilities, Inc.

PO Box 24531
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33307
Ph: 954-975-5159
Fax: 954-972-4701
www.floridasvoice.org

Florida’s Voice on Developmental Disabilities (FVDD) is a statewide independent advocacy and networking non-profit organization comprised of families and friends of persons with developmental disabilities. Founded in 1995 in Fort Lauderdale, Broward County, Florida, FVDD was created to be a statewide voice for families and friends of persons with developmental disabilities throughout Florida.
Our mission is to share information and resources and to ensure that a full continuum of residential and service options is offered to individuals with any of the five developmental disabilities recognized within the state of Florida.

Good Hope Equestrian Training Center

22155 S.W. 147th Ave.
Miami, FL 33170
Ph: 305-258-2838
Fax: 305-258-2902
www.goodhope
equestriancenter.com

Good Hope Equestrian Training Center (GHETC) offers unique educational, vocational and recreational programs to individuals with special needs living in Miami-Dade, Monroe and Broward County residents.

Goodwill Industries of Broward

2104 W. Commercial Blvd.
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309
Ph: 954-486-1600
Fax: 954-497-3270

 

Goodwill Industries of South Florida, Inc.

2121 NW 21 St.
Miami, FL 33142
Ph: 305-326-4110
Fax: 305-324-7319

 

Guidance Clinic of the Middle Keys

3000 41st Street Ocean
Marathon FL 33050
Ph: 305-434-9000
Fax: 305-289-6158
www.gcmk.org

 

Gulfstream Goodwill Industries, Inc.

1715 Tiffany Dr. E
West Palm Beach, FL 33407
Ph: 561-848-7200
Fax: 561-848-0346
www.gulfstream
goodwill.com

Gulfstream Goodwill Industries, Inc serves individuals with disabilities and offers supported living services, transition programs, social security assistance and outreach, deaf services, a public charter school, job assessments and job placement and support.

Habilitation Center for the Handicapped

22313 Boca Rio Rd.
Boca Raton, FL 33433
Ph: 561-483-4200
Fax: 561-483-1194

 

Hanley Center

Main Campus/Admissions Office:
5200 East Avenue, West Palm Beach, Florida 33407
Hanley Resource Center:
933 45th Street, West Palm Beach, Florida 33407
Toll free: 866-4HANLEY
Fax: 561-841-1100
www.hanleycenter.org/contact

Our mission is to give hope to individuals, families and communities affected by alcoholism and drug addiction through high quality treatment, family support and community prevention programs. Through collaboration, cooperation and teamwork we continuously discover and develop better methods to treat the many forms of addiction and prevent relapse. Our values keep us on the path of excellence and give us strength, which is evident in our patients as they strive to grow in their recovery. Recognition that addiction is a disease Respect and Dignity Compassion Commitment Dedication Continuous Quality Improvement The 12 Steps and 12 Traditions of Alcoholics Anonymous Growth through Innovation Scientific Knowledge Continuous Education Results Our treatment philosophy is based on the goals and spiritual principles of the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous. Hanley Center approaches addiction treatment holistically, addressing the physical, mental, emotional, social and spiritual well-being of alcoholics and addicts.

Henderson Mental Health Center, Inc.

Administration
Henderson Behavioral Health
4740 North State Rd 7, Suite 201
Lauderdale Lakes, FL 33319
Ph: 954-486-4005
Fax: 954-927-2393
www.hendersonmhc.org

The Henderson Mental Health Center, Inc. provides mental health care at several locations throughout Broward County. Services include supported employment, crisis intervention, community support, youth and family therapy, psychosocial rehabilitation and residential homes.

Horses and the Handicapped of South Florida, Inc.

3600 W. Sample Road
Tradewinds Park - North
Coconut Creek, FL 33073
Ph: 954-974-2007
Fax: 954-974-6119
www.handhmagic.org

Mission Statement
Horses and the Handicapped of South Florida is dedicated to providing therapeutic riding and equine activities for the handicapped, so that they may improve physically, mentally and emotionally.

Jeff Industries

115 East Coast Ave.
Hypoluxo, FL 33462
Ph: 561-582-0650
Fax: 561-582-0692

 

Jewish Association for Residential Care

21160 95th Ave South
Boca Raton, FL 33428
Ph: 561-558-2550
Fax: 561-487-7840
www.jarcfl.org

The Jewish Association for Residential Care (JARC), located in Boca Raton, Florida provides group homes, apartments and vocational training for adults with developmental disabilities and strives to assist each individual to become all he or she is capable of being.

The Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County

9901 Donna Klein Blvd.
Boca Raton, FL 33428
Ph: 561-852-3100
Fax: 561-852-3150

 

Jewish Community Services of South Florida, Inc.

735 NE 125th St.
North Miami, FL 33161
Ph: 305-576-6550
Fax: 305-899-9964
www.jcsfl.org

JCS is social service agency serving more than 33,000 clients annually. The four focus areas of JCS include Behavioral Health Services, Kosher Food Service, Rehabilitation and Employment Services and Senior Adult Services, including Senior Kosher Meals on Wheels - offering the community a vast array of services and programs.

Jewish Family Services

21300 Coleman Blvd.
Boca Raton, FL 33428

 

League for the Hard of Hearing

2900 West Cypress Creek Road Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33309
Ph: 954-601-1930
TTY: 954-601-1938 Fax: 954-601-1399 www.lhh.org

The League for the Hard of Hearing serves infants, adults and children who are deaf and hard of hearing. Their services include rehabilitation and communication therapy.

Lighthouse for the Blind of the Palm Beaches, Inc.

1710 Tiffany Drive East
West Palm Beach, FL 33407
Ph: 561-586-5600
Fax: 561-586-5604

 

Lighthouse of Broward County, Inc.

650 North Andrews Ave.
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33311
Ph: 954-463-4217
Fax: 954-764-3825
www.lhob.org

The Lighthouse of Broward County, Inc. was created to provide social support and recreational activities for blind people to a full service educational and rehabilitation agency.

Lincoln-Marti Schools Main Office

2700 Southwest 8 Street
Miami, Florida 33135
Ph: 305-642-1000
Fax: 305-649-2767
www.lincolnmarti.com

The Lincoln-Martí family gives its students the opportunity to work, study, and participate in activities that facilitate their adjustment to a new culture and prepare them to become self-sufficient within it. The goal at Lincoln-Martí is to provide the environment where students have the opportunity to develop the whole person with the abilities to face the challenges of adulthood. Through a sound educational program; moral, urban and civic education ; the development of a commitment to justice and moral values; an appreciation for one’s cultural heritage; an understanding of the rights and responsibilities guaranteed by this great nation and the promise of freedoms enjoyed; a recognition and commitment to continue to grow intellectually with a spirit of success, we hope to prepare model citizens and the leaders of tomorrow.

Lock Towns Community Mental Health Center, Inc.

20201 NW 37th Ave.
Miami, FL 33056
Ph: 305-628-8981
Fax: 305-628-7421

 

Log Cabin Enterprises, Inc.

8128 Collins Ave.
Miami Beach, FL 33141

 

MACtown, Inc.

151 NE 62nd Street
Miami, FL 33138
Ph: 305-758-4485
Fax: 305-756-9990
www.mactown.org

MACtown provides services to individuals who are developmentally disabled. Their direct services include Residential Services, Health Services, Therapies, Nutrition Services, Behavior Analysis, Recreation Services and Case Management.

Marianne Center Services

15701 NW 37 Ave
Opaloka, FL 33054
Ph: 305-625-8354
Fax: 305-625-0744

 

Mental Health Association of Southeast Florida

7145 West Oakland Park Blvd.
Lauderhill, FL 33313
Ph: 954-746-2055
Fax: 954-746-6373
www.mhabroward.org

Medical Health Association is a private, non-profit association. They sponsor prevention programs, provide community education, advocate for improved services and create opportunities for empowerment of persons with mental illness.

Mental Health Association of Palm Beach County

909 Fern St.
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
Ph: 561-832-3755
Fax: 561-832-3990

The Mental Health Association of Palm Beach County is a nonprofit organization who is dedicated to promoting mental health, preventing mental disorders and achieveing victory over mental illnesses. Their program Wellness Recovery Action Planning Program (WRAP) teaches participants Hope, Personal Responsibility, Education, Self-Advocacy, Support, Getting Good Health Care and Medication Management.

Miami Dade City Disability Services and Independent Living

1335 NW 14th St.
Miami, FL 33125
Ph: 305-547-5444
Fax: 305-547-7355

 

Miami Dade College – Model for Enhanced Employment Development (MEED)

300 NE 2nd Ave.
#1181
Miami, FL 33132
Ph: 305-237-3688
Fax: 305-237-3192 www.mdc.edu/meed

The MEED Program is a college-wide program in employment assistance for MDC students with disabilities. Service includes resume development and guiding students through the employment process. For students who have already completed an Introduction to Computers course, MEED features an Academy that provides training in digital technology, an internship experience, and a professional development program. Mission. The mission of the MEED Program is to provide a fully accessible and comprehensive program of education and training, career preparation, internship and job placement assistance that results in a career in advanced and technical fields in both private and public community entities. At the same time, MEED promotes awareness and provides informational resources that improve employability for all individuals with disabilities.

Miami Lighthouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired

601 SW 8th Ave.
Miami, FL 33130
Ph: 305-856-2288
Fax: 305-285-6967
www.miamilighthouse.org

The Miami Lighthouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired provides individuals who are blind or visually impaired and their families with an environment, programs, and resources that empower them to lead full independent lives. Their direct services and programs include Computer and Technology Training, Daily Independent Living Skills, Case Management and Social Services, Orientation/ Mobility Skills, Employment Skills, Low Vison Services, Youth Summer Employment Experience, Youth Summer Keys to Independent Living and Life Enrichment Classes.

Monroe Association for ReMARCable Citizens

P.O. Box 428
Key West, FL 33041
Ph: 305-294-9526
Fax: 305-292-0078
www.marchouse.org

TMonroe Association for ReMARCable Citizens, Inc. serves individuals with developmental disabilities. Their services include Residential Long Term Care & Training, Supported Living, Adult Day Training, Supported Employment, Community Inclusion, Transportation, Medical and Therapeutic Supervision Services and Respite.

National Multiple Sclerosis Society

3201 W. Commercial Blvd
Suite 127
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33309
Ph: 954-731-4224
Fax: 954-731-4046
www.nationalmssociety.org
/FLS/home/

The Society and its network of chapters nationwide promote research, educate, advocate on critical issues, and organize a wide range of programsincluding support for the newly diagnosed and those living with MS over time.

National Wheelchair Sports Fund

251 S. County Rd.
Palm Beach, FL 33480
Ph: 561-655-4930
Fax: 561-655-4930
www.nwsf.org

The National Wheelchair Sports Fund (NWSF) raises funds to finance wheelchair athletes and wheelchair athletic programs.

New Hope Drop In Center, Inc.

1251 NW 36th St.
Miami, FL 33142
Ph: 305-635-2297
Fax: 305-635-0592

 

Palm Beach Habilitation Center, Inc.

4522 South Congress Ave.
Lake Worth, FL 33461
Ph: 561-965-8500
Fax: 561-433-2073
www.pbhab.org

The Palm Beach Habilitation Center provides a wide variety of services to adults who are developmentally, physically and/or emotionally disabled. Current programs include on-campus employment and training, supported emloyment, work evaluation, competitive job placement, computer and food service training, case management services, support services including mobility training, community based residential options, retirement services, recreation and community inclusion opportunities.

Paralyzed Veterans of America - Florida Chapter

3799 North Andrews Avenue
Oakland Park, FL 33309
Ph: 954-565-8885
www.pvaf.org

PVAF is a non profit organization focused on improving the lives of veterans with a spinal cord injury or dysfunction (SCI/D) and other persons with disabilities to achieve maximum health, productivity and self esteem in their daily lives.

Pathways to Independence Inc.

8645 N. Military Trail
Suite 401
Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
Ph: 561-626-6611
Fax: 561-626-1615
www.pathtoind.org

Pathways to Independence is a non- profit organization whose mission is to assist adults with severe physical developmental disabilities, live the most independent lives possible. By maximizing their sense of dignity and self worth the participants, select life goals that help them gain access to new experiences and additional choices. Pathways presently provides Adult Day Training, Occupational, Physical, and Speech Therapy.

PSA Healthcare

2753 Vista Parkway
Unit J12 (2nd floor)
West Palm Beach, FL 33411
Ph: 561-684-5613
Fax: 561-684-5593
Email: rgurien@psahealthcare.com
www.psahealthcare.com

PSA Healthcare provides home health hourly nursing in the homes of patients. We have a Pediatric division and an Adult division.

PSA Healthcare

1700 NW 64th Street #450
West Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33309
Ph: 954-567-9112
Fax: 954-567-9328
Email: rgurien@psahealthcare.com
www.psahealthcare.com

PSA Healthcare provides home health hourly nursing in the homes of patients. We have a Pediatric division and an Adult division.

Samuel's House

1614 Trusdell Ct.
Key West, FL 33040
Ph: 305-296-0240
Fax: 305-296-3921

 

Seacamp Association, Inc.

1300 Big Pine Ave.
Big Pine Key, FL 33043
Ph: 305-872-2331
Fax: 305-872-2555
www.seacamp.org

Seacamp is a non-profit, marine science education facility located on Big Pine Key in the tropical Florida Keys adjacent to Looe Key and Florida's fragile coral reefs.

Seagull Industries for the Disabled, Inc.

3879 Byron Drive
West Palm Beach, Florida 33404
Ph: 561-842-5814
Fax: 561-881-3554
www.seagull.org

Seagull Industries for the Disabled has serves mentally retarded and developmentally challenged individuals in Palm Beach County, Florida. They offer a variety of educational, social, vocational and residential programs to their clients.

Shake-A-Leg Miami

2620 South Bayshore Dr.
Miami, FL 33133
Ph: 305-858-5550
Fax: 305-858-6262
www.shakealegmiami.org

Shake-A-Leg Miami strives to bring hope, confidence, social integration, independence and fun back into the lives of people with disabilities and their families. They provide affordable and effective services and programs that will enhance the participant's independence, employment potential, and quality of life.

South Florida Mini-gators Chapter Of Little People of America

www.southfloridaminigators.org/

 

SOS Children's Village of Florida

3681 NW 59th Place
Coconut Creek, FL 33073
Ph: 954-420-5030
Fax: 954-420-5034
www.sosflorida.com

SOS Childrens Village of Florida provides a home, family and support services to abused, abandoned or severely neglected foster children who have no imminent plan for adoption or reunification with their birth families.

Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County

3799 North Andrews Avenue
Oakland Park, FL 33309
Ph: 954-565-8885
www.jewishboca.org

 

211 Broward, Inc.

Administrative Offices
250 NE 33rd Street Oakland Park, FL 33334
Ph: 954-537-0211
Fax: 954-390-0499
www.211-broward.org

211 Broward is a 24/7/365 Helpline providing information and referrals and crisis intervention. Special Needs Counselors are available to navigate callers through the complex system of care and services for individuals with disabilties as well as legal, medical, and recreational referrals. Dial 2-1-1 on any phone.

Spinal Cord Living-Assistance Development, Inc. (SCLAD)

240 E. First Ave.
Suite 122
Hialeah, FL 33010
Ph: 305-887-8838
Fax: 305-884-7606
www.sclad.org

SCLAD offers direct and referral vocational, employment, housing and related support services to individuals with disabilities.

Stand Among Friends

777 Glades Rd., Bldg. NU-84
#120
Boca Raton, FL 33431
Ph: 561-297-4400
www.standamongfriends.org

Employment services, supported employment services, disability sensitivity training, pre-employment services.

Stein Gerontological Institute

5200 NE 2nd Ave.
Miami, FL 33137
Ph: 305-762-1465
Fax: 305-762-1445

The Stein Gerontological Institutes mission is to improve the quality of life and increasing independence for the aging and disabled.

Sunrise Community, Inc.

9040 Sunset Drive
Miami, FL 33173
Ph: 305-596-9040
Fax: 305-598-8240
www.sunrisegroup.org

Our Values
• Sunrise is committed to ensuring that individualized supports and services are designed and provided to build on people’s strengths, interests and needs.
• As a recognized leader in its field of endeavor, Sunrise also assists people with disabilities in becoming full participants in community life by means of advocacy and community education directed toward communities of acceptance.
• Sunrise provides the highest quality of assistance in the most cost-effective manner to people with disabilities.
Our Vision
• Sunrise recognizes that all people want and have a right to a full and productive life, which includes a home, family, work and participation in community groups and activities.
• Sunrise further recognizes that all people desire experiences that are nurturing, fulfilling and dignified, and that they also have the capacity for growth and development through which these recognized wants and desires can be realized.
Our Mission
• To provide people with disabilities the assistance and support necessary to enable them to live valued lives in the community.

Sunrise Community of Southwest Florida

P.O. Box 185
Clewiston, FL 33440
Ph: 863-902-1133
Fax: 863-902-1153

 

Sunrise Community, Inc.

9040 Sunset Dr.
Miami, FL 33173

 

Sunrise Opportunities, Inc.

11300 SW 80th Terrace
Miami, FL 33173
Ph: 305-596-9040
Fax: 305-273-3071

Sunrise Opportunies, Inc. is a nonprofit organization specializing in addressing the needs of those persons with mental retardation, developmental and other disabilities. It offers an array of individually customized residential support services, therapeutic supports and assistance, and day services that range from Adult Day Training programs to supported community employment.

Susan B. Anthony Recovery Center

1633 Poinciana Dr.
Pembroke Pines, FL 33025
Ph: 954-733-6068
Fax: 954-733-0766

The Susan B. Anthony Recovery Center is for women who are recovering from substance abuse. As part of the centers mission to enhance the lives of women who are recovering from substance abuse, the Center teaches women vocational skills, gives them on-the-job training experiences and helps women to attain their GED.

The Learning Experience School

5651 S W 82 Ave. Rd.
Miami, FL 33143
Ph: 305-279-9811
Fax: 305-279-0593

 

Trumen Worden Training Center

2331 North Dixie Hwy.
Pompano Beach, FL 33063
Ph: 954-784-5113
Fax: 850-575-5740

 

United Cerebral Palsy of South Florida (UCP)

UCP of South Florida 2700 W. 81st Street
Hialeah, FL 33016
Ph: 305-325-9018

 

United Cerebral Palsy Association of Miami

1411 NW 14th Ave.
Miami, FL 33125
Ph: 305-325-1080
Fax: 305-325-1044

 

United Cerebral Palsy of Palm Beach & Mid Coast Counties

3595 2nd Ave., North
Lake Worth, FL 33461
Ph: 561-357-7779
Fax: 561-357-7796
www.ucpsouth
florida.org

United Cerebral Palsy of South Florida serves more than 1,200 infants, children and adults with developmental disabilities at over 60 locations in Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach Counties. They have a scope of programs that include Early Intervention and Early Childhood Daycare, Educational Program, Homebound Program, Supported Employment, Vocational Training Program, Intermediate Care Facilities, Residential Homes, Supported Living, After School Care and In-Home Respite Care.

Victory Living Programs

1001 W. Cypress Creek Rd.
Suite 400
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309
Ph: (954) 616-1074
Fax: (954) 616-1084
www.victoryliving.org

Victory Living Programs is a non-profit agency which serves developmentally disabled and brain/spinal cord injured adults. The agency provides supervised residential living, supervised independent living in the community with supports, and employment services.

Vocational and Adult Community Education

600 SE 3rd Ave.
11th Floor
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33301

 

Work Opportunities Unlimited

2393 South Congress Ave.
Suite 200
West Palm Beach, FL 33406
Ph: (561) 253-2722 or (877)-819-9516
Fax: (866) 209-9760
www.workopportunities.net/
Locations/Florida/WestPalmBeach.aspx

 

YMCA of South Palm Breach County

6631 Palmetto Circle South
Boca Raton, FL 33433
Ph: 800-798-4531
Fax: 561-392-6021
bhunt@ymcaspbc.org
www.ymcaspbc.org

The Chase Donoff Special Needs Program located at the YMCA of Boca Raton, offers School Age childcare during after school hours and camp during the summer school break. The program is open to children with developmental disabilities, ages 5 to 18. It is inclusion-based and provides appropriate staff-to-child ratios as well as counselor shadows to accommodate children who are high and low functioning. Children who are higher-functioning enjoy 75% of the day integrating with typically developing children. They participate in playground time, homework, snacks, arts and crafts, recreational and sports games and field trips.

This information has been compiled by The Able Trust as a public resource about organizations providing services to Florida citizens with disabilities. The Able Trust does not investigate or endorse any agencies listed above and does not seek to exclude any agency not currently listed. If you are seeking additional information about disability services in Florida, contact the the Clearinghouse on Disability Information at 1-877-232-4968 Toll-free Voice and TTY or www.abilityforum.org.

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