ASA College: Miami Campus
3909 N.E. 163rd Street, North Miami Beach
Tel: 844-319-4432

Office Hours:
Monday – Friday: 9am – 9pm
Saturday: 10am – 2pm

Social and Legal Services


Overtown Transit Village North
701 NW 1st Court,
10th Floor
Miami, FL 33136


  • The Advocate Program: The Advocate Program’s Reentry Services provides ex-offenders preemptive support to restructure their lives and achieve success within pro-social parameters. The Program motivates ex-offenders to identify the dangers of antisocial thoughts and associations to learn that crime can no longer be considered an acceptable lifestyle choice; rather a destructive pattern of behavior. Providing ex-offenders with evidence based reentry services has been shown nationwide to be a cost-effective and valuable option for communities victimized by crime. These services help to reduce the likelihood of offender recidivism, improve public safety, and maximize the potential of offenders using an evidence-based system, including risk and need assessments and other tested tools to design a tailored recovery process for a successful and pro-social reintegration into the community.

Central/Intake Center
1399 NW 17th Ave., 2nd Floor
Miami, FL 33125
Phone: 305-704-0200
Fax: 305-649-8419

  • OIC of South Florida: OIC of South Florida (OIC-SFL) is a beacon of hope through its ability to serve as a community-based workforce, job development, and training organization. OIC-SFL focuses on the unemployed, underem­ployed, unskilled, and those with barriers to self-sufficiency due to past indiscretions in their background through our various Workforce Development Division programs. OIC-SFL also seeks to proactively address the vicious cycles of poverty via our Youth & Family Division programs. By partnering with local schools and government agencies, OIC-SFL can successfully provide career awareness and readiness programming annually to over 7,000 students in middle school and high school.

5120 NW 24th Avenue, Miami, FL 33142
Phone: 305-638-4880


  • HIV Law Project: (Please refer to: HIV/AIDS Services)Legal Services of Greater Miami: Each year we handle a variety of civil legal matters benefiting more than 20,000 individuals and families. We recover almost $2.6 million for clients in disability, unemployment, child support, and government benefits. We are able to so effectively serve our community due to the strength and diversity of our staff, Board, Campaign Committee, and Legal Services Foundation Board.

4343 West Flagler Street, Suite 100
Miami, FL 33134
Florida Online Intake
Telephone: 1-305-576-0080 (Miami-Dade)

Office of the Public Defender in Miami-Dade

Bennett H. Brummer Building
1320 NW 14th Street
Miami, FL 33125
Telephone: 1-305-545-1600

The Children’s Courthouse
155 NW 3rd Street, Suite 7000
Miami, FL 33128
Telephone: 1-305-545-1600

Jackson Medical Towers
1500 NW 12th Avenue, 9th Floor
Miami, FL 33136
Telephone: 1-305-545-1600


Directory of LGBT Services and Resources: List of resources available to the LGBT community.

  • Aqua Foundation: The Aqua Foundation for Women’s primary mission is to promote the equality, strength, health and visibility of South Florida lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered (LBT) women. Monies raised during the Fund’s signature event, Aqua Girl® Week, as well as through individual and group donations go directly to educate, empower and foster the women’s communities.
    • Telephone: 305.576.2782
  • The Pride Center at Equality Park: The Pride Center at Equality Park (formerly the Gay & Lesbian Community Center of South Florida) serves the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender community. They provide information, education, advocacy, support, human services, cultural experiences, and social opportunities. The Center works to foster personal development and quality for life for the entire community.
    • Telephone: 954-463-9005


  • Miami-Dade Advocates for Victims (Safespace North and South): The purpose of the Advocates for Victims Program is to provide the survivors of domestic violence a safe living environment with supportive services and access to other community resources. The Program’s mission is to promote and encourage residents to become self-confident, self-reliant, and self-sufficient as they take steps in their journey towards independent living. Survivors will be provided linkages to an array of services that will empower them to make healthy choices about their physical, social, emotional and economic well-being in an environment free from emotional and physical abuse.

Phone: (305) 285-5904
Fax: (305) 250-9161

  • Safe Horizon: victim assistance organization that provides support, prevents violence, and promotes justice for victims of crime and abuse, their families and communities. For more information and if you need help please contact:
    Domestic Violence Hotline: (800) 621-HOPE (4673)
    Crime Victims Hotline: (866) 689-HELP (4357)
    Rape & Sexual Assault Hotline: (212) 227-3000
  • Nancy J. Cotterman Center: Broward County’s only Certified Rape Crisis and Accredited Children’s Advocacy Center

400 NE 4th Street, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
Tel: 954 357 5775
24 Hour Sexual Assault Helpline- 954-761-RAPE

  • Roxcy Bolton Rape Treatment Center

Jackson Memorial Hospital
1611 NW 12 Ave Ambulatory Care Center- East, 1st floor, room 116A
Miami, FL 33136
305-585-7273 – 24/7 Crisis & Sexual Assault Helpline
For hearing or speech impaired, please contact us through Florida Relay at 1-800-955-8771, TTY.