"Serving the Community
with Passion"

Mission Statement:

Create opportunities to stimulate and revitalize social and economic development in underserved communities Throughout Miami Dade County serving minority groups, immigrants, women , teen-girls and homeless.


To strengthen family unit(s) by providing better structure, guidance, advocacy and support to individuals and families.

Core Values:

Team Work, Determination, Compassion, Respect, and Integrity.

Shine Bright

The Afterschool and Summer Programs provide academic support to students for which English is their second language. PSCDG holds after school programs at Arch Creek Elementary School and the North Miami Library. These programs offer students with academic support by assisting with homework and projects for elementary and middle school students. The goal is to enhance the children’s social skills and academics while giving them the tools they need to make positive contributions to society. The summer programs serve to continue supporting students academically by providing educational activities throughout the summer.

N.O.W. Project

The Needing Opportunity to Win (N.O.W.) Project serves to provide youth in grades 9-12 with both personal and professional development services that will build self-esteem while improving their academic and job readiness skills. Services provided include resume building, interview skills, financial literacy, college readiness, career planning, and support groups. The goal is to empower youth with knowledge and confidence to be successful after high school.

Mental Health

NOW-Project Mental Health expansion proposes to assisted youth and young adults with wellness screening, education to current and obtain a primary doctor. 

Mental Health Services

PSCDG provides mental health services to youth grades K-12 in need of support that is supplementary to the classroom. Case managers and social workers work with students to identify and address their personal issues in order for them to overcome these challenges and become successful in schools.

Project H.O.P.E.

Project H.O.P.E. (Healing, Opportunity, Peace and Empowerment) provides social services to young adults and teen girls ages 16-24 who have been subjected to homeless, running away, sexual assault or human trafficking. The services provided include individual and group counseling, housing referrals, and case management in order to provide these women with support to become self-sufficient.

We Need Your Support

Make a contribution and join PSCDG in changing the lives of women and children in need. We thank you for your contribution.