Programs and services available to residents of the Broward Municipal Services District are often the result of collaborative community partnerships. This list serves as a handy resource tool linked to helpful information regarding each partner or initiative.
A Broward County Human Services Division, it is responsible for planning, coordinating, administering and evaluating a comprehensive array of human service programs for children and adults including behavioral health, health care, HIV/AIDS, and homeless services. Directory...
The only 24/7 comprehensive agency in the county that provides individuals and families with all of the critical connections to health and human service agencies and programs they need in just one call. Trained and degreed 2-1-1 counselors provide support, information and referrals for critical social services such as emergency financial assistance, food, shelter, housing, child care, job training placement, relief from abuse, depression, summer/after school programs, healthcare or mental support.
Provide services and programs for youth between the ages of 6-18, on everything from education, social recreation, health and physical education, to leadership and citizenship development, cultural enrichment, and personal adjustment with one-on-one counseling. A safe place for kids afterschool and during the summer, clubs are open for members after school hours and on Saturdays during the school year, and only on weekdays during the summer vacation.
The administrative entity of the Broward Workforce Development Board (BWDB) and the CareerSource Broward Council of Elected Officials, CSBD provides business centers and support for job seekers, employers, and youth seeking career counseling, employment and placement services, training partners, and other career related activities.
With a focus on children, provides leadership, advocacy and resources to enhance the lives of the children of Broward County and empower them to become responsible, productive adults.
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.
A local affiliate of the nation’s largest nonprofit organization dedicated to ensuring a safe and healthy home for every person while improving the existing low-income housing stock. Projects include repairing homes, revitalizing communities, rebuilding lives, and making an impact in the community.
Advancing the lives of individuals through six verticals of service; education, entrepreneurship, jobs, community justice, housing, and health. Transformation solutions have life-changing effects that create equity and parity, facilitating economic opportunity and stability and uplifting individuals.
L.A. Lee YMCA/Mizell Community Center, expected to be completed by October 2021, is located in the Historic Sistrunk community. The building will be 65,000 square feet, and of that, YMCA traditional programs will be run in about 25,000 square feet. The rest will be Broward College, retail space, community meeting space, and other features available to the community. Available services will include health & wellness programs, preschool, a black box theater, and a swimming pool.