Service Partnership

Is your child having behavior problems in school? Is your child skipping or missing school? Does your child get in fights or is involved in violence? If you answered yes to any of these questions, CHI’s Service Partnership program can help you.

Service Partnership is a program aimed at helping families reduce chronic absenteeism/truancy, youth violence and child abuse. It also focuses on improving school performance, family involvement and access to health care. Families benefit from care coordination from family team conferencing, case management and outreach. The free program is for children up to age 18 (or up to age 22 with a disability).

Service Partnership:

  • Helps to decrease problem behaviors in children and can even help enhance school performance,
  • Relieves stress related to parenting and life stressors,
  • Involves family conferencing, one-on-one case management that is individualized for each family member,
  • Includes in-home assessments and collaboration between agencies,
  • Provides assistance in gaining health insurance, and
  • Primarily serves the areas of Florida City, Homestead, Goulds, Richmond Heights, and West Perrine.

Services Partnership is funded by the Children’s Trust and is in partnership with Hope for Miami.

6481Please send referrals to Tiaundra Bell, Specialized Children’s Program Coordinator, at or call 786-245-2737.


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