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Advocate Program West Dade Office - Miami, FL    Phone: 305-704-0200 x178

Advocate Program West Dade Office

1150 NW 72nd Avenue
Miami, FL. 33126
305-704-0200 x178

The Advocate Program has been in business for over 40 years. It has collaborated with the community to develop Victim Response, Inc. (VRI) Miami-Dade county's first privately-run domestic violence and sexual assault women's shelter. As a result of an initiative funded by The Children's Trust, the Advocate Program also established its Child and Family division, which oversees and manages the Bridging Families & Communities system of care. The division and program serve as the catalyst for the organization of interagency teams and private/public partnerships, and for coordinating a seamless system of care to better service children exposed to domestic violence. Bridging Families & Communities provides a home-based assessment of family needs, mental health consultation and care coordination. The program works with families to address system barriers and develop a family-centered plan for services.

Type of Care offered at Advocate Program West Dade Office in Miami, Florida:

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Services

Service Settings offered by Advocate Program West Dade Office in Miami:

Outpatient Programs Regular Outpatient Treatment

Types of Treatment Approaches provided by Advocate Program West Dade Office in Miami, FL.:

Cognitive/behavior Therapy Telemedicine Therapy Anger management Brief intervention approach Motivational interviewing Outreach to persons in the community Relapse prevention Substance abuse counseling approach Trauma-related counseling

Payment Types accepted by Advocate Program West Dade Office in Miami, Florida:

Cash or Self-Payment Sliding Fee Scale (Fee Is Based On Income and Other Factors)

Special Programs Offered:

Persons With Co-Occurring Mental And Substance Abuse Disorders Clients Referred From The Court/Judicial System (Other Than Dui/Dwi) Adult Women Adult Men Persons Who Have Experienced Trauma Domestic Violence Aftercare/continuing care Treatment for non-substance abuse addiction disorder Breath analyzer or blood alcohol testing Case management Comprehensive mental health assessment Council on Accreditation Comprehensive substance abuse assessment Drug or alcohol urine screening Discharge Planning Domestic violence services - family or partner Employment counseling or training Family counseling offered Federal, or any government funding for substance abuse programs Group counseling offered Housing services Individual counseling offered Mental health services Accepts clients on opioid medication Substance abuse education Screening for mental health disorders Screening for substance abuse State substance abuse agency Screening for tobacco use

Age Groups Accepted:

Young Adults Adults

Gender Accepted:

Female Male

Language Services:


Smoking Policy:

Smoking Allowed In Designated Area

Facility Operation:

Private non-profit organization

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