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Trans-Miami & National Alliance of Transgender Advocates & Leaders (NATAL)
www.transmiami.org   trans.miamicenter@gmail.com
Primary Healthcare, HIV/STD Testing, Support Groups, Legal Assistance, Housing, Employment Services, Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, Name & Gender Change,
Scholarships, Hair/Makeup/Photography

NAME CHANGE - Miami Dade County Courthouse
www.miami-dadeclerk.com/families_court.asp
CLICK on NAME CHANGE tab.  For $40 you may purchase their guide to application.

Lotus House
    www.lotushouse.org
Shelter for women, and has been an ally of the trans* community explicitly providing housing for people that identify as women regardless of their assigned sex.

Survivor’s Pathway Center, Inc
1801 Coral Way Suite 411, Miami, FL 33145              305.299.1957

City of Miami Beach Homeless Outreach
555 17 Street, Miami Beach, FL 33139            305.604.6443

Endocronologists who work with Transgender patients with hormones, etc...- both take insurance:                                                                             

Dr. Christopher Estes, MD
1611 North West 12th Avenue, Miami, FL 33136      (305) 243-3000
333 West 41st St. Suite 702, Miami Beach , FL 33140   Notes Transgender PCP, Code *7275 (Park on street or in garage across street on Sheridan)

Dr. Carlos M. Barrera, MD
7400 N Kendall Dr Suite 617, Miami, FL 33156          (305) 670-0576

Dr. Lauren Abern, University Of Miami OB/GYN         (305) 243-4530
1400 NW 12th Ave Ste 3, Miami, FL 33136




Trans Lifeline: This non-profit, dedicated to the well being of transgender people, runs a crisis hotline staffed by transgender people for transgender people
(of all ages).



Equality: Transgender equality advocates, led by Mara Keisling, who provide a powerful, transgender presence in Washington D.C. NCTE is the nation’s leading social
justice advocacy organization winning life-saving change for transgender people.

Human Rights Campaign: As the largest national LGBT civil rights organization, HRC envisions an America where LGBT people are ensured of their basic equal rights,
and can be open, honest and safe at home, at work and in the community.

The Task Force: The Task Force works to advance full freedom, justice and equality for LGBTQ people.

Straight for Equality: A national outreach and education project created by PFLAG National to empower straight allies who don’t necessarily have a family connection
to the LGBT community. Offering resources on how to be an ally to a trans person.

TransLatina Network: Translatina is a network with both a local and national focus, made up of Latina transgender women whose main aim is to promote the healthy
development of trans people through the delivery of a wide range of information, promotion, outreach in education and capacity-building, allowing the creation of a safe
and productive environment for transgender women.

Gender Proud: Gender Proud’s goal is to elevate transgender justice and equality by telling new and empowering stories about the trans experience. Our global work
focuses on empowering marginalized transgender communities around the world to advocate for their own legal rights.



Transgender Law Center: This group works to change law, policy, and attitudes so that all people can live safely, authentically, and free from discrimination regardless
of their gender identity or expression.

National Center for Lesbian Rights (NCLR) Transgender Law Project: The National Center for Lesbian Rights (NCLR) has been advancing the civil and human rights
of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people and their families through litigation, legislation, policy, and public education since it was founded in 1977.



World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH)
: An international multidisciplinary professional association which promotes evidence based care,
education, research, advocacy, public policy and respect in transgender health.

The Center for Transyouth Health and Development at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles: Promotes healthy futures for trans youth by providing services, research,
training and capacity building that is developmentally informed, affirmative, compassionate and holistic for gender non-conforming children and trans youth.

Ft. Myers Health Center: 8595 College Parkway, Suite 250, Ft. Myers, Fl. 33919   239-481-9999    
(Within a Planned Parenthood office- most offering HRT & informed content.)

Gainesville Health Center: 914 NW 13 Street, Gainesville, FL. 32601   352-377-0881         
(Within a Planned Parenthood office- most offering HRT & informed content.)

Dr. Michael Horseman: 4410 W Newberry Rd., Suite B, Gainesville, Fl. 32601   352.372.7800
(Scheduling 6month to a year out in most cases)

Immokalee Center: 419 N First St., Immokalee, Fl 32207   239-262-0301
(Within a Planned Parenthood office- most offering HRT & informed content.)

Jacksonville Health Center: 3850 Beach Blvd., Jacksonville, Fl 32207    904-399-2800
(Within a Planned Parenthood office- most offering HRT & informed content.)

Lakeland Health Center: 2250 E. Edgewood Dr., Lakeland, Fl 33803    863-665-5735
(Within a Planned Parenthood office- most offering HRT & informed content.)

Manatee Health Center: 1105 53 Ave., East Suite 201, Bradenton, Fl. 34203    941-567-3800
(Within a Planned Parenthood office- most offering HRT & informed content.)

Naples Center: 1425 Creech Rd., Naples, Fl34103     239-262-0301
(Within a Planned Parenthood office- most offering HRT & informed content.)

Orlando-Eastside Clinic: 11500 University Blvd, Suite B, Orlando, Fl 32817     321-235-5513
(Within a Planned Parenthood office- most offering HRT & informed content.)

Orlando Westside Clinic: 726 South Tampa Ave., Orlando, Fl 32805     407-246-1788
(Within a Planned Parenthood office- most offering HRT & informed content.)

Pinellas Health Center: 8950 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr St., N#102, St. Petersburg, Fl 33702     727-898-8199
(Within a Planned Parenthood office- most offering HRT & informed content.)

The Sally Bellamy Health Center: 2121 W Pensacola St., Suite B2, Tallahassee, Fl 32304     850-574-7455
(Within a Planned Parenthood office- most offering HRT & informed content.)

Sarasota Health Center: 736-Central Ave., Sarasota, Fl 34236    941-953-4060
(Within a Planned Parenthood office- most offering HRT & informed content.)

SOUTH FLORIDA

Christopher Salgado, M.D.
: LGBTQ Center for Wellness, Gender and Sexual Health- University of Miami Hospital 1400 NW 2 Ave., Miami, Fl 33136     866-GENDRUM
(Accepts most insurances; OB/GYN - also offers pelvic exams for Trans men; offers HRT- Hormone Replacement Therapy - within his office; HIV care)




CareResource - Ft. Lauderdale: 871 West Oakland Park Blvd, Ft Lauderdale, Fl 33311    954-567-7141     www.careresource.org

CareResource - Miami: 3510 Biscayne Blvd, Miami Fl 33137    305-576-1234    www.careresource.org

CareResource - Little Havana: 1901 SW 1st Street, Miami Fl 33135    305-203-5230      www.careresource.org

CareResource - Miami Beach: 1680 Michigan Avenue,Suite 912 Miami Beach, Fl 33139    305-534-0503       www.careresource.org

Christopher Salgado, M.D.: LGBTQ Center for Wellness, Gender and Sexual Health- University of Miami Hospital 1400 NW 2 Ave., Miami, Fl 33136     866-GENDRUM
www.umiamihospital.com/lgbtq-servicesMiamiTransgender@med.miami.edu

Hope & Help Center of Central Florida: 707 Mendham Blvd, Suite 104, Orlando, Fl 32825    407-645-2577      www.hopeandhelp.org

Miracle of Love Centers: 741 W Colonial Drive, Orlando FL     407-843-1760     www.miracleofloveinc.org




Cora Schlosberg Arvon, PhD, LMFT, LCSW
2999 NE 191 St, Suite 703, Avenutra, Fl 33180     305-936-8000    corarv@aol.com

Aimee Beadslee: Rainbow Counseling
4554 Central Avenue, Suites E&F, St. Petersburge, Fl 33711    727-314-1864    www.rainbowcounselingtampabay.com

Ieshai Bailey, LMHC, CST: Bailey House of Wellness, LLC
1881 NE 26th Street, Suite 202A, Wilton Manors, Fl 33305    www.bhowyou.com

Angela Bulla: Solution Counseling Center
51 S Main Ave, Suite 304, Clearwater, Fl 33765    727-328-4672   www.angelabulla.com

Adele Kates & Associates, PA
1 NE 168 St, North Miami Beach, Fl 33162    305-651-6442

Felicia Lavine, LCSW, CST, LLC
23257 State Road 7, Suite 203C, Boca Raton, Fl 33428    954-657-3151

Dr Lawrence Levy, PsyD, PA
398 Camino Gardens Blvd, Suite 207, Boca Raton, Fl 33432    561-210-5125





Gender Spectrum: Gender Spectrum helps to create gender sensitive and inclusive environments for all children and teens.

PFLAG National: The nation’s largest family and ally organization, uniting people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer with families, friends, and
allies. PFLAG is committed to advancing equality and full societal affirmation of LGBTQ people through its threefold mission of support, education, and advocacy.

Lambda Legal Transgender Parents Program: Lambda Legal is the oldest and largest national legal organization whose mission is to achieve full recognition of the
civil rights of lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, transgender people and those with HIV through impact litigation, education and public policy work.

COLAGE: Kids of Trans Community: COLAGE unites people with LGBT and/or queer parents into a network of peers and supports them as they nurture and empower
each other to be skilled, self-confident, and just leaders in our collective communities.

Transforming Family: A Los Angeles-based family support group creating a safe place for children and parents to explore issues of gender identity.

Ackerman Institute for the Family, Gender & Family Project: Empowers youth, families and communities by providing gender affirmative services, training and
research. GFP promotes gender inclusivity as a form of social justice in all the systems involved in the life of the family.

Camp Aranu’tiq: Summer camp for transgender kids, teens, and families who might not fit in at other camps, or who want to be at camps with kids like them.

The Tyler Clementi Foundation: A foundation focused on creating a new story of inclusion, dignity and acceptance for other youth and their families as a way to honor
the memory of their son.

Schools In Transition: A Guide for supporting transgender students in K-12 schools.
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NY gender identity
& expression
srlp.org

PERU
Movimiento Homosexual
de Lima
mhol.org.pe
Employment Discrimination Reporting Form | Reportando Discriminacion en el Trabajo      https://www.eeoc.gov/employees/charge.cfm
... For anyone who has been the focus of bias based harassment or violence.
Lesbian/Gay/Transgender Glossary of Terms              ... and GLAAD Media Guide.
Florida Senators - Contact List                                                                                                                                                 www.flsenate.gov
Florida House of Representatives - Contact List                                                                                          www.myfloridahouse.com
US Government   Legislators, Agencies, etc.                                                                                                                                   www.usa.gov


LGBT/HIV Immigration Issues - Nationally
IMMIGRATION EQUALITY
www.lgirtf.org
LEGAL Assistance | Asistencia Legal ... Gay & Lesbian Lawyers Network                                                                                      www.galln.org
Online forum & blog - Affirming
sexual health education for
gay and bisexual men
lifelube.org
Mujer y Salud en Uruguay
www.mysu.org.uy
www.familiasporladiversidad.org
California's community
service & advocacy organization
bienestar.org
Gay & Lesbian Alliance
Against Defamation
glaad.org
Asociacion Hombres y Mujeres
Nuevos de Panama
www.ahmnpanama.org
Asociacion de Madres y Paders y Familiares
de personas Gay y Lesbianas - España
www.ampgil.org
Asociacion Brasileña
de Familias LGBT
www.inovaglttb.blogspot.com
Radio
Pro Derecho Humanos
Venezuela
www.fundacionreflejosdevenezuela.com
Texas People of
Color   allgo.org
LATIN AMERICA & INTERNATIONAL
Puerto Rico Para Tod@s
prparatodos.org
Gay, Lesbian & Straight
Education Network
glsen.org
Equality Advocates Pennsylvania
equalitypa.org
National AIDS Trust - UK
www.nat.org.uk
Derchos LGBT - Costa Rica
www.cipacdh.org
People for the Ethical
Treatment of Animals
peta.org
KNOW YOUR LATINO/HISPANIC HISTORY | CONOZCA SU HISTORIA LATINA/HISPANA
KNOW YOUR GAY HISTORY | CONOZCA SU HISTORIA GAY
KNOW YOUR LEGISLATORS | CONOZCA SUS LEGISLADORES
AMBIENTE - LATINO/HISPANIC LGBTQ E-MAGAZINE | REVISTA LATINA LGBTQ CYBERNETICA
EMPLOYMENT & VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES | OPORTUNIDADES DE EMPLEO Y VOLUNTARIO
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR VOTERS | RECOMENDACIONES PARA VOTANTES
DOMESTIC PARTNER REGISTRY | REGISTRO PARA PAREJAS DOMESTICAS
VOTER REGISTRATION | REGISTRO DE VOTANTE
LGBT RIGHTS BY STATE |  DERECHOS POR ESTADO
indianaequality.org
A government supported
program that provides a
free cell phone and airtime
for income-eligible customers.
safelinkwireless.com
www.gayecuador.com
Gay Colombia
www.gay.com.co
England Civil Rights Movement
www.civilrightsmovement.co.uk
CIVIL
RIGHTS
MOVEMENT
Philadelphia
Public Health
Management Corp
phmc.org
COGAM
Colectivo de lesbianas,
gays, transexuales y
bisexuales de Madrid
orgullo.cogam.es
Comunidad Homosexual
Argentina
www.cha.org.ar
FREE NATIONAL TELEPHONE INFORMATION FOR IMMIGRANTS AND THEIR ATTORNEYS
415-392-6257 (toll-free 1-800-528-6257) OR email info@nclrights.org


Love Exiles Foundation supports GLBT couples who have chosen or are considering exile in order to be together and works for
human rights for same-sex couples and families. There are Love Exiles groups in Germany, the Netherlands, Spain, the United
Kingdom, Canada and Australia.

American Bar Association (ABA)
Commission on Immigration:
Locate contact information for free or low-cost legal services for immigrants and refugees in your area.


U.S. Department of Justice
List of free legal services providers
The listed organizations and attorneys provide free legal services and/or referrals for such services to indigent individuals in
immigration removal proceedings, pursuant to 8 CFR §1003.61. Some of these organizations may also charge a nominal fee for legal
services to certain low income individuals.


U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
Here you find information on visas, residency, citizenship, the Diversity Visa Lottery and more.


CARECEN (Central American Resource Center)- Los Angeles area


NCLR's publications on immigration in English and Spanish:
Immigration Project Brochure | Folleto del Proyecto de Inmigración

Human Rights Watch
Human Rights Watch is dedicated to protecting the human rights of people around the world. We stand with victims and activists to
prevent discrimination, to uphold political freedom, to protect people from inhumane conduct in wartime, and to bring offenders to
justice.

Lambda Legal
Lambda Legal is a national organization committed to achieving full recognition of the civil rights of lesbians, gay men, bisexuals,
transgender people and those with HIV through impact litigation, education and public policy work.

HIV and Immigration - The Basics
VIH e Immigracion - Lo Basico

Sexual Orientation and Immigration - The Basics
Orientación Sexual e Inmigración - Lo Básico

PFLAG MEETINGS IN SOUTH FLORIDA
PFLAG KENDALL
MEETS 2ND SATURDAY OF THE MONTH FROM 12 NOON-2PM
AT THE UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST CONGREGATION OF MIAMI 7701 SW 76 AVE MIAMI, FL 33143

PFLAG HOMESTEAD MEETS 4TH SATURDAY OF THE MONTH FROM 12NOON-2PM
AT ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH 145 NE 10 STREET HOMESTEAD, FL 33030

MEETINGS BEGIN PROMPTLY AT NOON WITH SHARED SNACKS AND INTRODUCTIONS,
FOLLOWED BY PARENTS AND GLBTQ YOUTH FORMING SEPARATE GROUPS TO DISCUSS ISSUES PERTINENT TO EACH GROUP

PFLAG FACILITATORS
MARGARET (305-989-1623)
SANDY (786-897-7690)
FELGTB
Federacion Estatal de Lesbianas,
Gays, Transexuales y Bisexuales
www.felgtb.org
ILGA – the Int'l Lesbian, Gay,
Bisexual, Trans and Intersex
Association
www.ilga.org
Gay Brazil
www.gay-provence.org
GaYbor District
Gay Guide to Tampa's
Premiere Historic District
gaybor.com

Equality for lesbian,
gay, bisexual, trans and
intersex people in Europe
www.ilga-europe.org
Gay & Lesbian
Medical Assoc.
glma.org
Lesbian & Gay Centers
www.arcigay.it/local
LGBTTTI Youth | Jovenes
Guanajuato, Mexico
www.colectivoseres.org
LGBTQ Equality
equalitygiving.org
The Source of Knowledge
on Gender and Orientation
yesinstitute.org
ADDITIONAL RESOURCES
AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST
Recursos adicionales
disponibles
Contactenos aqui
HISPANIC COALITION - Assistance with IMMIGRATION PAPERS &  PROCESSING
5659 W Flagler Street, Coral Gables, FL 33134      305-262-0060 -  Rosa Kasse

C.O.D.I. Centro de Orientacion al Immigrante
45 NW 27th Avenue, Miami, FL 33125      786-394-6746  - Carlos Pereira

American Friends Service Committee | 1.800.765-8875

Catholic Charities Legal Services / Archidiocese of Miami
7101 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, FL 31338    (305) 373-1073

Church World Service
1924 NW 84th Ave., Building 10, Beacon Centre, Miami, FL 33126     (305) 774-6770,
(305) 774-6586

Cuban American National Council, Inc.
1223 SW 4th Street, Miami, FL 33135, (305) 642-3484

Florida Immigrant Advocacy Center / 3000 Biscayne Blvd. Suite 400 Miami, FL 33137
(305) 573-1106

Florida Legal Services, Inc.
3000 Biscayne Boulevard, Suite 450 Miami, FL 33137 Teléfono: (305) 573-0092

10364 W Flagler St, Miami, FL, 33174  (305) 228-1208

Jewish Family Service of Greater Miami, Inc.
18999 Biscayne Boulevard, Suite 200, Aventura, FL 33180

League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC)
946 SW 82nd Avenue, Miami, FL 33144   (305) 554-8566

Legal Aid Society of the Dade County Bar
123 NW First Avenue, Miami, FL 33128  (305) 579-5733

Legal Services of Greater Miami (Main Office)
3000 Biscayne Blvd Suite 500 Miami, FL 33137    (305) 576-0080

Lutheran Services Florida
4343 West Flagler Street, Suite 200 Miami, FL 33134   (305) 567-2511

Unidad Hondureña
1421 SW 8 St, Miami FL 33135   (786) 306-9659
Central American
Resource Center - LA
carecen-la.org
Parents & Friends
of Lesbians And Gays
pflag.org
UK Gay Guide & Forum
www.queeruk.net
Miami Beach Police |24 Hour Hotline | 305-604-2110
City of Miami Police | 305-579-6111
Miami Shores Police | 305-759-2468
Miami-Dade Police | 305-4-POLICE
Hialeah Police | 305-883-5800
Wilton Manors Police | 954-390-2150
Key West Police 305-809-1111
SANCTUARY HOUSE
A SAFE PLACE in S.Fla.
FOR GAY MEN IN RECOVERY
.
1-866-4 U TREVOR
For LGBT & Questioning Youth
Free & Confidential 24/7
trevorproject.org
Thinking of ADOPTING in Florida?
Get the facts...
ACCOUNTING,TAX & FINANCIAL ADVICE                                          NMP Professional Services - Niriam M Perez 305-221-8176
2500 SW 107 Ave, Suite #8, Miami, Fla.33165
SIMA Financial Group - Providing Life, Health, Dental, Disability, Medicare, Long Term Care, International Insurance, Investments
& Accounting Services -
eddie@simafinancials.com - (305)219-2140
Intimate Partner Abuse
954-764-5150 ext. 104
National Coalition for LGBT Health                              www./lgbthealth.webolutionary.com/content/national-lgbt-health-awareness-week
Gay and Lesbian Medical Association (GLMA)                                                                                                                                  www.glma.org
Lambda Legal (Health Issues)                                                                                             www.lambdalegal.org/issues/health-care-fairness
www.lifeinsurancematters.org/critical-illness-life-insurance
www.lifeinsurancebyjeff.com/guaranteed-issue-term-life-insurance
LEGAL & GOV'T.
the-courtney-project.org
acelebrationofwomen.org
SOMEONE CARES
Atlanta
Oklahoma's LGB Advocacy
& Education Organization
cimarronalliance.org
Requirements for same-sex marriage in each state and country where it is allowed.                   
www.immigrationequality.org/issues/couples-and-families/where-can-we-marry
WHERE CAN WE MARRY?
IMMIGRATION & FAMILY LAW
Laura F. Kelley, Esq.                                                              
                                                                                                  www.LFKimmigration.com
8180 NW 36th Street, Suite 220, Doral, FL 33166
Laura@LFKimmigration.com 305-363-2844
Immigration Law including family immigration and removal defense. Consultations by appointment


Luis Font Law Group | full service international law firm                                                                                                      www.fontlawgolbal.com


Elizabet F Schwartz- SoBeLaw | counselor at law and family mediator                                                                                   www.sobelaw.com
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ONLINE COLLEGE RESOURCES
for LGBTQ STUDENTS

- Programs and policies to look for
when searching for a LGBTQ-friendly school

- Information about various LGBTQ student
organizations that have a presence
at most colleges and universities

- A  list of online resources for LGBTQ students
Transgender American
Veterans Association
tavausa.org
CUBA LGBT
www.cubaguiagay.blogspot.com.es
New York City LGBT
www.bmcc.cuny.edu
Resource for LGBTQ Youth
matthewsplace.com
LOCAL & NATIONAL RESOURCES | RECURSOS LOCALES Y NACIONALES
YOUTH & FAMILY ISSUES | JOVENES Y FAMILIAS
TRANSGENDER RESOURCESS | RECURSOS PARA TRANSGENEROS
GSUICIDE PREVENTION | Prevencion de Suicidios
ORGANIZATIONS | Organizaciones
LEGAL HELP | Ayuda Legal
PRIMARY HEALTHCARE | Medico Primario
YOUTH & FAMILIES | Jovenes y Familias
TALKIN' T   A Monthly Open Discussion and
Evening of Comradery for the Entire Transgender
Community, sponsored by
Care Resource

EVERY 3rd MONDAY of the MONTH, 6:30- 8pm
at FUSION - 2304 NE 7th Avenue • Wilton Manors, FL
33305 • 954-892-9367

EVERY 3rd WEDNESDAY of the MONTH, 6:30 - 8pm
at Care Resource MIAMI Office - 3510 Biscayne Blvd.,
Miami, FL 33137
SunServe - 954.764.5150       www.sunserve.org
2312 WILTON DRIVE, WILTON MANORS, FL 33305

SAFE “T” TRANSGENDER/GENDER
NON-CONFORMING GROUP
- Every Wednesday from 630pm to 8pm @ SunServe North
- Drop-in support group for those who do not conform to
gender stereotypes
- Limited to Transgender, Transsexual, and Gender-queer
persons only.

TRANS MEN SUPPORT GROUP

- 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month from 600 pm to
730 pm @SunServe North
- For persons who are transitioning FTM or considering it
- For trans-men who want a safe and comfortable place to
share concerns
NEED HELP?
NESECITA AYUDA?

info@unitycoalition.org
ATTORNEYS & LEGAL SERVICES | ABOGADOS Y SERVICIOS
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION | K-12 Discount Fare EASY Card
The specially-coded EASY Card allows registered students attending public or private schools in
Miami-Dade County to receive a discounted fare for half off every ride on Metrobus and Metrorail.
The $2 cost of the EASY Card is waived for approved students who apply for this special discounted
fare program.
www.miamidade.gov/transit/fares-k12.asp
If you are transgender and cannot
legally change your name because of
a felony conviction, we want to hear
from you:
aclufl.org/transrightssurvey
HIV HEALTHCARE | Salud VIH
MENTAL HEALTH | Ayuda mental
Unity Coalition|Coalicion Unida (UC|CU) offers our  
Community Resources & related information for your
convenience and as a reference ONLY.  
WE believe in our Resource Center and its participants'
honesty and professionalism, but do not endorse, take
responsibility or are liable in any way for your choice to
do business with any of them.

UC|CU does not promote, benefit or favor any business,
group or individual and/or services offered, and take no
responsibility - legal or otherwise - by your voluntary
choice to contact, do work with or seek the services of
any resource available through UC|CU.
SOUTH FLORIDA PRIDE COLLECTIVE
COMMUNITY RESOURCES | RECURSOS COMUNITARIOS
MIAMIBEACH
HURRICANE
PREPAREDNESS
PREPARANDOSE
PARA UN HURACAN
Rated & listed in good standing
with DUN & BRADSTREET
www.dnb.com
D-U-N-S # 078399525
911
Miami Beach Police | Emergency -
CALL   911
LGBT Issues | HATE CRIMES
24hours a day, 365 days
305-604-2110
REPORTE CRIMENES DE ODIO
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CERTIFIED by the Florida
Board of Clinical Social
Work, Marriage and Family
Therapy and Mental Health
Counseling.
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LEADERSHIP | LIDERAZGO
ADVANCING EQUALITY & FAIRNESS FOR THE LATINX|HISPANIC & INDIGENOUS LGBTQ COMMUNITY
THROUGH EDUCATION, LEADERSHIP & AWARENESS, SINCE 2002

AVANZANDO IGUALDAD PARA LA COMUNIDAD LATINX|HISPANA E INDIGENA LGBTQ
MEDIANTE LA EDUCACIÓN, LIDERAZGO Y CONCIENCIA, DESDE EL 2002
IMMIGRATION INFORMATION
INFORMACION DE
INMIGRACIÓN

CONTACT ELECTED OFFICIALS
CONTACTANDO LIDERES POLITICOS

LGBT AFFIRMING FAITH CENTERS
CENTROS ESPIRITUALES


EMPLOYMENT | EMPLEOS
EDUCATION | EDUCACIÓN
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ARTLab@PRIDELINES
A year round Gallery for
Artists of the Trans
Experience

A Day of Workshops, Tools
& Inspiration for being
NICER.
MAY 16, 2020 | N. Miami
JANUARY 23-24, 2021

TRANSGENDER NEWS
OCT 1 - OCT. 15, 2020
HISPANIC & INDIGENOUS
LGBT PRIDE FESTIVAL
.
COMMUNITY RESOURCES
RECURSOS COMUNITARIOS
IMMIGRATION |  INMIGRACIÓN
HEALTH SERVICES | SU SALUD
EMPLOYMENT | EMPLEOS






CAŌBA | INSPIRING SPEAKERS,
TOPICS & SAFE SPACE FOR SAME
GENDER LOVING MEN OF COLOR

WORKSHOPS | TALLERES  
STATE of HATE & BULLYING

PRIDE U 2020 | ENGAGING &
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OF PRIDE, ACTIVISM & LEADERS


PULSE MASSACRE 2016
MICRO GIVING Fund
Community Building, (Re)Start Up
Support & Hope |  Scholarships &
Mentoring
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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is closely
monitoring an outbreak of respiratory illness caused by a novel
coronavirus (COVIS-19) first identified in Wuhan, Hubei Province,
China.

The CDC has recently published the following tips:
-        Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and
water are not available, use alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
-        Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
-        Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
-        Stay home when you are sick.
-        Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
-        Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.
-        
Additional info  Coronavirus COVID-19 Hotline | Open 24/7 |
1-866-779-6121
World Health Organization (WHO) www.who.int
Centers for Disease Control www.cdc.gov

Los Centros para el Control y la Prevención de Enfermedades
(CDC) están monitoreando de cerca un brote de enfermedad
respiratoria causada por un nuevocoronavirus (COVIS-19)
identificado por primera vez en Wuhan, provincia de Hubei, China.

Los CDC a publicado recientemente los siguientes consejos:
-        Lávese las manos con frecuencia con agua y jabón durante al menos 20
segundos. Si no hay agua y jabón disponibles, use desinfectante para manos a base
de alcohol.
-        Evite tocarse los ojos, la nariz y la boca con las manos sin lavar.
-        Evitar el contacto cercano con personas que están enfermas.
-        Quédese en casa cuando esté enfermo.
-        Cubra su tos o estornudos con un pañuelo de papel, luego tírelo a la basura.
-        Limpiar y desinfectar objetos y superficies que se tocan con frecuencia.

Información adicional:
Organización Mundial de la Salud (WHO)
www.who.int
Centros para el Control de Enfermedades www.cdc.gov
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Emergency Business Damage Assessment Survey
Governor Ron DeSantis announced the activation of the Business Damage Assessment Survey to assess the impact of COVID-19 on Florida’s local business operations. The survey, managed by the Florida
Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO), will evaluate businesses affected by COVID-19 and the impacts the virus has had on the local economy so actions to implement appropriate relief programs can
begin.

The Business Damage Assessment Survey can be taken online
here . Results from this survey will be shared with state agencies and local partners. Completing this survey could help unlock State and Federal
funding. For inquiries or assistance with the survey, businesses can contact Emergency Support Function 18 at  
ESF18@em.myflorida.com

U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) Guidance
The SBA will work directly with state Governors to provide targeted, low-interest loans to small businesses and non-profits that have been severely impacted by the Coronavirus (COVID-19). The SBA’s Economic
Injury Disaster Loan program provides small businesses with working capital loans of up to $2 million that can provide vital economic support to small businesses to help overcome the temporary loss of
revenue they are experiencing. Find more information on the SBA’s Economic Injury Disaster Loans  here.

State of Florida Emergency Bridge Loan Program
The State of Florida Emergency Bridge Loan Program has been activated. The application period begins today, March 17 and will run through May 8, 2020. The program will provide short-term, interest-free loans
to small businesses that experienced economic injury from COVID-19. Qualified applicants must be a for-profit, privately held small business that maintains a place of business in the state of Florida, must be
established prior to March 9, 2020 and must employ 2 to 100 employees.

This loan program will provide up to $50,000 per eligible small business. Loans of up to $100,000 may be made in special cases as warranted by the need of the eligible small business. Complete details on
this program and how to apply are available
here .

Resilience in a Box
To give businesses a better chance at survival post-disaster, the U.S. Chamber Foundation offers a free toolkit called Resilience in a Box, in partnership with The UPS Foundation. This collection of resources
educates business leaders on disaster preparedness and helps put them on a path to resilience. Read more on the  
Good360 blog .

Mom and Pop Small Business Grants
For more information on small business grant opportunities available through County Commissioner Eileen Higgins or Commissioner Sally Heyman's offices,  click here.

BUSINESS PREPAREDNESS TOOLS
WEBINAR: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Business Information & Resources
Scheduled: Thursday, March 19, 2020 from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m.

The Florida SBDC at FIU, in association with Pino Global Entrepreneurship Center, are hosting a webinar to provide key information and resources that small business owners need to know to weather the
COVID-19 pandemic. This includes Federal/State resources, best practices to continue operations and generate revenue, and information to protect customers, employees and yourself from the virus. For more
information,  
click here.

WEBINAR: SBA South Florida Economic Injury Disaster Loan
Scheduled: Wednesday, March 18, 2020, 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. and then again, from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m.

The South Florida District of the U.S. Small Business Administration and the Florida Small Business Development will host two webinars to help small businesses navigate the economic recovery process from
the effects of COVID-19. Both webinars will cover how to apply, where to get help applying for the SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loan, and answer questions. For more information,  
click here.

Business Pandemic Planning Checklist
To assist with the potential financial impact on your business, please visit the following link for information to help maintain the continuity of your operations:   Business Pandemic Planning Checklist .

Short Time Compensation Program (Florida Department of Economic Opportunity)
The Short Time Compensation Program is a voluntary employer program designed to help employers maintain their staff by reducing the weekly working hours during temporary slowdowns instead of
temporarily laying off employees. If an employer establishes a Short Time Compensation Plan and an employee meets the qualifications to file a re-employment assistance claim in the state of Florida, the
employee will receive a partial re-employment check to supplement their reduced paycheck.

EMPLOYEES & EMPLOYERS: For more information on the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity Short Time Compensation Program please click  here .

EMPLOYERS: To apply for the Short Time Compensation Program (required for employees to submit a re-employment claim), please click  here .

It is important to keep your business and employees safe and to prevent the spread of COVID-19. We encourage you to monitor the  
CITY OF MIAMI BEACH PAGE  on coronavirus for the latest information, as the
situation is rapidly changing
Free Meal for Kids and Teens
www.summerbreakspot.freshfromflorida.com
Free food pantries in Miami Dade County
Food banks and free emergency pantries in Miami can provide some free groceries as well as
general food items for individuals and families who are in need. Services are provided on an as
needed basis, and may be limited as funding allows. Find locations and information on the
leading food pantries and distribution centers in Miami Dade.

In addition to providing food, groceries, or perishables items, many of the centers in Miami can
offer other forms of assistance. For example, receive counseling, possible access to clothing
closets or thrift stores, and much more. Or they offer free Thanksgiving turkeys, Christmas meals,
and holiday gifts. All of this will be in addition to the direct food aid that can be distributed.

In addition, if a Miami food bank can’t meet your particular need, they can often refer an individual
to various government assistance programs, both offered by Florida and the federal government.
Case managers can often provide information on and help people apply for state of Florida public
assistance programs. For example, get help in applying for food stamps or other support in Miami.


Food for Life Network
Location - 3801 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, Florida 33137
Phone number - 305-576-1234 x 216
Partners with regional food pantries in southern Florida as well as national non-profits. Get
information for federal government assistance too.

Miami Rescue Mission Inc
2159 NW 1 Ave, Miami, FL 33127
305-572-2068
Can provide shelter, housing, clothes, and of course, food and meals. The Miami-Dade County
Florida non-profit is one of the leading and most effective charities and food pantries in the region.

First Assembly of God - Food Pantry
824 West Palm Drive, Homestead, Florida 33034
(305) 248-0794

St. Joseph Church - Food Pantry
8670 Byron Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33141
(305) 866-6567
One of a number of churches that can offer food, counseling, and aid to people regardless of
background.

Food Pantry and Clothing Referrals
2601 N W 65th Street, Miami, FL 33147
Can refer local families to programs, charities, and non-profits in Miami. In addition to groceries
and items like baby formula, the location may have gently used clothing and vouchers.

Salvation Army - Community Pantry
1907 NW 38th Street, Miami, Florida 33142
(305) 637-6700
Resources include a food pantry, Christmas and Thanksgiving meals, and maybe even home
delivered meals for the homebound and senior citizens. On occasion Dade County families may
also receive financial assistance for basic needs such as rent or cooling bills.

Pass It on Ministries - Emergency Food Program
14617 NW 7th Avenue, Miami, FL 33168
(305) 681-1594

Saint Patrick's Church
Location of pantry from this church is 3716 Garden Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 33140
(305) 531-1124
Meals, shelter, and more is offered for the very low income, homeless, and children. Other goods
may include blankets and personal hygiene items.

Jewish Community Services Kosher Food Bank
Bay R, 15455 W Dixie Hwy, North Miami Beach, FL 33162
(305) 947-8093
The charity - non-profit helps the struggling in Jewish community or any other low income family
that needs kosher food. Or get home meals delivered, information on medical care, and other
support.

St. Joseph Church
8670 Byron Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33141
(305) 866-6567
First Baptist Church of Coral Park
8755 SW 16 St., Miami, FL 33165
305-812-1880
Boxes of food may be offered as donations allow. Call the church for information on their services
as well as hours of distribution.

Christ Fellowship (Downtown)
500 NE 1 Ave, Miami, FL 33132
(305) 379-4781

Dade County Society of Saint Vincent
the assistance programs include a soup kitchen as well as free food pantry. Or stop by at the thrift
store. Whether it is groceries, free infant formula, meat, dairy, or other nutritional support, help is
offered including to seniors. More on St. Vincent de Paul in Dade County.

Community Partnership for Homeless
1550 N Miami Ave, Miami, Florida 33136
305-329-3000
Meals, housing, shelter, and other aid offered.

Volunteers of America of Florida
1492 W Flagler St., Miami, Florida 33135
305-644-0335
A number of food and financial assistance programs may be provided. Also learn about
government aid and food stamps too. This national non-profit also focuses on housing and
employment issues for those who need a job or are homeless.

First Interdenom Haitian Church
Food bank | 5832 NE 2 Ave, Miami, FL 33137
786-662-9582
The center partners with many organizations to help the less fortunate meet their nutritional
needs. Bags of food and other items may be offered.

Spreading Gods Love
Food pantry | 6021 NW 6 Court, Miami, FL 33127
305-756-1733

St. Mattehews F W Baptist
Pantry | 6700 NW 2 Ave, Miami, Florida 33150
305-751-4251

Citrus Health Kiva Center
1339 SE 9 Ave, Hialeah, FL 33010
305-884-1382
This Dade County assistance center offers a variety of assistance programs to those in poverty
and who may be struggling.

Glory Temple Ministry Inc. Food Pantry
7950 NW 22 Ave, Miami, FL 33147
Call the ministry: 954-326-7946
Volunteers and staff from this organization offer referrals, guidance, and other forms of support.
Fresh perishable food, frozen items, and more may be offered for children, pregnant mothers and
low income families.

Miami Spanish SDA Church
862 SW 4 St., Miami, FL 33130
305-545-0300 for intake
May have culturally specific food for immigrants and people of all nationalities.

Ministerios el Buen Pastor
10125 NW 19 St., Miami, FL 33172
305-513-3940. Call for groceries, meals, perishable items and referrals to
charities in Miami-Dade County Florida.
Community Health Centers

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NICER.
MAY 16, 2020 | N. Miami
On March 17, 2020, Florida governor Ron DeSantis suspended all nightclubs and bars for 30 days, and
restaurant and gyms are closed indefinitely across South Florida, due to concerns over coronavirus.

Our LGBTQ Hospitality Industry - Bartenders, Food & Hotel Service, Musicians, Performers, Illusionists... so
many in our community work rely on TIPS and if lucky, a basic salary to get by.
The CoronaVirus pandemic is a serious issue and must be dealt with, but our community needs to eat, pay
bills, rent, healthcare and simply survive during this most difficultof times for all.

IF YOU ENJOY GOING TO YOUR LOCAL BAR, RESTAURANT, DRAG SHOW, BRUNCH...
THEN PLEASE HELP THE PEOPLE THAT SERVE YOU, ENTERTAIN YOU and WAIT ON
YOU, NOW MORE THAN EVER. Offer your VIRTUAL TIPS HERE!

100% OF FUNDS COLLECTED GO DIRECTLY TO THOSE IN NEED.

Funds will be awarded on a needs-based and funding availability application process, through our
MicroGiving Fund.

CAMPAÑA VIRTUAL DE PROPINAS PARA TRABAJADORES LGBT EN INDUSTRIAS DE HOSPITALIDAD en el
SUR de la FLORIDA en MOMENTOS DE CRISIS DE SALUD Y PARO DE EMPLEO.
Some Grocery Stores Install Power Generators
Publix and Winn Dixie have installed backup generators to serve their customers in the event of a power outage. Below is a
list of grocery store locations that have generators for this purpose.

Stores with generators to conserve food & ready to sell after a storm
Tiendas con generadores para conservar comidas y poder vender despues de una tormenta


MIAMI-DADE COUNTY

Publix

1045 Dade Blvd, Miami Beach 33139
6876 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach 33141
850 N Miami Beach Blvd, North Miami Beach 33162
311 SW 7 Street, Miami 33130
134 SW 13 Street, Miami 33131
2551 S Le Jeune Road, Coral Gables 33134
1500 Douglas Road, Coral Gables 33134
3801 W Flagler Street, Coral Gables 33134

Publix
8341 Flagler Street, Miami 33144
2270 SW 27 Avenue, Miami 33145
1401 Monza Avenue, Coral Gables 33146
7805 SW 40 Street (Bird Road), Miami 33155
8680 SW 24 Street, Miami 33155
18485 S Dixie Highway, Miami 33157
12850 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, 33161


9420 SW 56 Street, Miami 33165
11495 SW 40 Street (Bird Road), Miami 33165
1525 SW 107 Avenue, Miami 33174
13890 SW 56 Street, Miami 33175
14601 S Dixie Highway, Miami 33176
9041 SW 107 Avenue, Miami 33176
13735 SW 152 Street, Miami 33177
8250 Mills Drive, Miami 33183
13850 SW 8 Street, Miami 33184
14630 SW 26 Street, Miami 33185
13001 SW 112 Street, Miami 33186
20425 Old Cutler Road, Miami 33189
15750 SW 72 Street, Miami 33193
10201 Hammocks Blvd, Miami 33196
630 W 49 Street, Hialeah 33012
15000 Miami Lakes Drive, Hialeah 33014
8601 NW 186 Street, Miami Gardens 33015

MONROE COUNTY

Publix

101499 Overseas Highway, Key Largo 33037
331 N Roosevelt Blvd, Key West 33040
5407 Overseas Highway, Marathon 33050
PALM BEACH COUNTY

Publix

828 Southern Blvd, West Palm Beach 33405
11566 US 1 Highway, North Palm Beach Gardens 33408
2895 North Military Trail, West Palm Beach 33409
9900 Alternate A1A, Palm Beach Gardens 33410
1180 Royal Palm Beach Blvd, Royal Palm Beach 33411
7070 Fairway Drive, Palm Beach Gardens 33418
22973 State Road 7 South, Boca Raton 33428
21230 St Andrews Blvd, Boca Raton 33433
7060 Palmetto Park Road, Boca Raton 33433
501 SE 18 Avenue, Boynton Beach 33435
3775 Woolbright Road, Boynton Beach 33436
4966 Lechalet Blvd, Boynton Beach 33436
4771 W Delray Road, Delray Beach 33445
13860 South Jog Road, West Delray Beach 33446
7375 W Atlantic Avenue, Delray Beach 33446
1700 S Congress Avenue, Village of Palm Springs
33461
7745 Lake Worth Road, Lake Worth 33463
6330 Lantana Road, Lantana 33463
9855 Lake Worth Road, Lake Worth 33467
265 Sunset Avenue, Palm Beach 33480
1538 S Federal Highway, Delray Beach 33483

Winn Dixie

3700 Broadway, Riviera Beach 33404
7915 S Dixie Highway, West Palm Beach 33405
1135 Royal Palm Beach Blvd, Royal Palm Beach 33411


291 W Camino Real, Boca Raton 33432
1620 S Federal Highway, Boynton Beach 33435

BROWARD COUNTY

Publix

1400 E Hallandale Beach Blvd, Hallandale 33009

1735 E Young Circle, Hollywood 33020
5211 Sheridan Street, Hollywood 33021
3251 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood 33021
6890 Miramar Parkway, Miramar 33023
6901 Taft Street, W Hollywood 33024
9951 Miramar Parkway, Miramar 33025
11000 Pembroke Road, Miramar 33025
14375 Miramar Parkway, Miramar 33027
15729 Pines Blvd, Pembroke Pines 33027
18409 Miramar Parkway, Miramar 33029
18341 Pines Blvd, Pembroke Pines 33029

2511 Atlantic Blvd East, Pompano Beach 33062
4801 Coconut Creek Parkway, Coconut Creek 33063
10301 Royal Palm Blvd, Coral Springs 33065
8160 Wiles Road, Coral Springs 33067

Publix

1297 S State Road 7, North Lauderdale 33068
1305 University Drive, Coral Springs 33071
1400 Coral Ridge Drive, Coral Springs 33071
5600 W Sample Road, Margate 33073


5959 Coral Ridge Drive, Coral Springs 33076
10701 Wiles Road, Coral Springs 33076

601 South Andrews Blvd, Fort Lauderdale 33301
1415 E Sunrise Blvd, Fort Lauderdale 33304
3400 N Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale 33306
6151 N Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale 33308
4703 North Ocean Drive, Sea Ranch Lakes 33308
100 W Oakland Park Blvd, Wilton Manors 33311
3500 SW Davie Blvd, Fort Lauderdale 33312
6525 Nova Drive, Davie 33314
5997 Stirling Road, Davie 33314
1940 Cordova Road, Fort Lauderdale 33316
6921 West Broward Blvd, Plantation 33317
4121 W Commercial Blvd, Tamarac 33319
8245 NW 88th Avenue, Tamarac 33321
5881 University Drive, Tamarac 33321
8101 W. Sunrise Blvd, Plantation 33322
2465 Glades Circle, Weston 33324
10065 Cleary Blvd, Plantation 33324
13700 State Road 84, Davie 33325
1170 Weston Road, Weston 33326
294 Indian Trace Road, Weston 33326
4701 University Drive, Davie 33328
4901 SW 148th Avenue, Southwest Ranches 33330
15801 Sheridan Street, Southwest Ranches 33331

Winn Dixie

1515 E Hallandale Beach Blvd, Hallandale 33009
3850 N 46 Avenue, Hollywood 33021
6775 Taft Street, Hollywood 33024
3435 N Federal Highway, Pompano Beach 33064
7139 W Broward Blvd, Plantation 33317
901 N Nob Hill Road, Plantation 33324
GAS STATIONS in MIAMI-DADE
HURRICANE TRACKING CENTER
COMMUNITY RESOURCES
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IMMIGRATION |  INMIGRACIÓN

HEALTH SERVICES | SU SALUD

EMPLOYMENT | EMPLEOS
IMPORTANT RESOURCES | RECURSOS IMPORTANTES

FOR EMERGENCIES: DIAL 911
PARA EMERGENCIAS: MARQUE EL 911

MIAMI-DADE COUNTY ANSWER CENTER
CENTRO DE RESPUESTAS DEL CONDADO DE MIAMI-DADE
311 or 305.468.5900
www.miamidade.gov/fire/emergency-management.asp

STATE OF FLORIDA
EMERGENCY INFORMATION LINE
LÍNEA DE INFORMACIÓN DE EMERGENCIAS DEL ESTADO
DE FLORIDA
1.800.3423557

MIAMI-DADE COUNTY EMERGENCY EVACUATION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
PROGRAMA DE AYUDA EN EVACUACIONES DE EMERGENCIA DEL CONDADO DE MIAMI-DADE
305.513.7700 * TDD: 305.468.5402
THINGS TO CONSIDER AS YOU PREPARE

Items to take care of when a storm is approaching:
•        Take down and bring in all garbage cans, plants, furniture, umbrellas, signs, tables and other loose and unsecured structures from outdoors, including on balconies.
•        Board up windows and glass doors. Do not tape windows and do not leave any windows or doors ajar.
•        Fill medical prescriptions.
•        Fill propane gas and car gasoline-tank.
•        Unplug your TV/computers, bring antenna & satellite dish inside. Move furniture and electronics away from windows and cover with plastic. Pull curtains, blinds & shutters closed.
•        Turn off your water service and turn off electricity.
•        Turn off gas appliances at shut-off valve inside the house. Turn your refrigerator to its coldest setting.
•        Place valuables in waterproof containers and store in high places.
•        Have an apartment or condo? Minimize damage by securing doors and windows; unsecured areas of neighboring units can cause damage to your unit too.

Business Checklist:
•        Allow employees adequate time to prepare themselves and their homes.
•        Keep emergency contact information for all personnel, and keep it current.
•        Have multiple back-ups of critical data. If possible, store these off premises.
•        Checks, titles and financial information should be stored in water-tight containers or completely off premises.
•        If a storm is imminent, protect your computer and electronic equipment by wrapping it in plastic and pulling it away from any windows.
NBC 6 & Telemundo 51 are joining forces
with the American Red Cross
to answer your Hurricane Dorian questions.
Phones are open 11am to 8pm.
English: 954-392-4770
Spanish: 954-392-4780
Team Rubicon is an international disaster
response nonprofit that unites the skills and
experiences of military veterans with first
responders to rapidly provide relief to
communities in need.
Direct Relief works in the U.S.
and internationally to equip
doctors and nurses with
life-saving medicines and
supplies needed to care for the
world's most vulnerable people.
Through community and
volunteer engagement, we
focus on helping families
recover faster after natural
disasters using our Smart
Response strategy.
This fund will provide relief to people
impacted by Hurricane Dorian's storm
system in the form of emergency supplies
like food, water, and medicine, in addition
to longer-term recovery assistance to help
residents recover and rebuild. All donations
to this fund will exclusively support relief
and recovery efforts in areas impacted by
this storm.
WCK has served more than 8 million meals
through 23 deployments with over 44,000
volunteer shifts worked, to survivors in the
aftermath of natural and man-made
disasters.
Highly-rated organizations providing aid
and relief
Airbnb has launched its “Open Homes
Program,” which provides free housing
to displaced residents and disaster
relief workers impacted by Hurricane
Dorian. The program is available
through Sept. 16.

More than 800 Airbnb hosts have
opened their doors in Florida, Georgia,
North Carolina, South Carolina and
Alabama.
You can check available
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LGBT Centers in Dade &
Broward Counties
They provided me with some FUNDS for Food.
I am forever grateful Herb Sosa!!!
               - Ramond Ortega, bartender @Twist, Miami Beach
I was awarded today with $$ in this time of need,
thanks to Unity Coalition. I plan to use this to pay
utility bills. Thank you.  
- Edgar J Reyes, waiter @Tropics Grille, Wilton Manors

WE CAN ONLY GIVE OUT, WHAT WE RECEIVE IN FUNDS, SO PLEASE BE GENEROUS!
GoFundMe DONATION PAGE

Coronavirus Emergency Tips Fund APPLICATION
for HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY WORKERS AFFECTED BY BUSINESS CLOSINGS
Thanks to Unity Coalition for their amazing work in
these times of need. It’s amazing to know the LGBT
community is not forgotten. As a bartender we are
unable to work due to the regulations set in place.
Fortunately we have organizations like Unity
Coalition. Thanks again for all that you do.
        - Jonathan Orozco, bartender @ R House, Wynwood
Thank you so much! God bless you and multiply
everything you guys do for others.
            - Nicolas Torres, bartender @ Twist, Miami Beach
- Ricky Mesa, bartender @ Waterloo, Miami Beach
I just wanted to let you know I received the funds
you sent. Thank you for this, and thank you for
taking the time to organize and administer this
effort for the community. It's super helpful and
really appreciated. Keep safe.
                 - Cesar Romero, waiter @ R House, Wynwood
- Micke Hidalgo, waiter @ Sette restaurant, Miami
- James Polito, waiter @ Tropics Grille, Wilton Manors
- Efrain Reyes,  bartender @ Rhouse, Wynwood
Pasos para un plan de Acción Familiar ante la Pandemia del Coronavirus.

1- Considere que si alguien de su casa queda enfermos es muy probable que solo
con diferencia de horas o días todos comenzaran a quedar enfermos.

2- Hable con las personas que necesitan ser incluidas en su plan.

3- Reúnase con todos los miembros del hogar, otros parientes y amigos para
analizar qué hacer si ocurre un brote de COVID-19 en su comunidad y cuáles
serán las necesidades de cada persona.

4- Organice las medicamentos diarios de personas con padecimientos crónicos,
Azucar Presión arterial etc.

5- Planifique formas de cuidar a aquellos que podrían estar en mayor riesgo de
complicaciones graves.

6- La información es limitada sobre quién puede estar en riesgo de
complicaciones graves por la enfermedad de COVID-19. A partir de los pocos
datos disponibles, es posible que los adultos mayores y las personas con
afecciones médicas crónicas subyacentes puedan estar en riesgo de
complicaciones más graves.

7- Si un miembros de su hogar está en los grupos de riesgo de consulte con su
proveedor de atención médica para obtener más información sobre cómo
controlar su salud y detectar síntomas que sugieran COVID-19.

8- Conozca a sus vecinos. Hable con sus vecinos sobre la planificación de
emergencia. Apunte números de teléfonos de importancia en su comunidad,
hospitales, emergencia, servicios comunitarios, etc.

9- Si su vecindario tiene un sitio web o una página de redes sociales, considere
unirse para mantener el acceso a los vecinos, a la información y a los recursos
locales de su vecindario.

10- Identifique organizaciones de ayuda en su comunidad, teléfonos direcciones.
11- Cree una lista de organizaciones locales con las que usted y su hogar pueden
contactar en caso de que necesite acceso a información, servicios de atención
médica, apoyo y recursos.

12- Considere incluir organizaciones que brinden servicios de salud mental o
asesoramiento, alimentos y otros suministros.

13- Crea una lista de contactos de emergencia. Asegúrese de que su hogar tenga
una lista actualizada de contactos de emergencia para familiares, amigos,
vecinos, conductores de viajes compartidos, proveedores de atención médica,
maestros, empleadores, el departamento local de salud pública y otros recursos
de la comunidad.

Comparta esta información con todos los miembros de su familia.
El éxito reside en la Labor de Todos.