The Miami Bridge Shelter is a home for at-risk youth between the ages of 10-17. Miami Bridge works to rescue youth from lives of victimization and crime and provides them with structure in a stable and nurturing environment. While residing at the shelter, youth are enrolled in on site schools, receive individual and group therapy and participate in targeted, engaging programming.
The Chapman Partnership houses homeless families with children, who are actively seeking employment, for up to 90 days. Children (of all ages) in the facility attend public school during their stay and participate in after-school activities in the Chapman Partnership resource center.
This program welcomes teens and adults to find a moment of peace and reorient themselves while learning practical de-stressing techniques. Volunteers can help the residences, engage in the class, and spend time with the children of the families taking the class.
CALL (305) 417-8553 TO LEARN MORE ABOUT VOLUNTEERING WITH THE LITTLE LIGHTHOUSE FOUNDATION