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The Department of Children and Families (DCF) has partnered with different community agencies. The City of Miramar’s Community Services Department currently is one of DCF’s community partners. At the Youth and Family Outreach Center you are able to apply for food stamps, temporary cash, Medicaid and refugee assistance electronically with the help of our courteous staff. For more information regarding eligibility requirements and to schedule an appointment, please call 954-889-2723.
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The Community Services Department is able to meet emergency food needs to Miramar residents via our own food bank. Non perishable foods are distributed to Miramar residents with crisis situations. The Miramar Food Bank is also actively accepting donations all year round.
The Farm Share Food Distribution Program provides food for income eligible persons. Farm Share food is distributed every two months. To receive food, persons must pre-register. Registration is not available on the day of food distribution. In order to qualify, individuals must provide household income verification. This is not intended as a primary food source rather it provides supplemental food.
The Community Services Department is able to provide counseling services to City of Miramar residents through our very own Social Worker. Individual counseling and group counseling is available at the senior centers for seniors over the age of 60 and their families. Through our qualified staff and community partnerships, the Community Services Department is able to meet your counseling needs. For more information and to schedule an appointment, please call 954-889-2723.