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CARF International


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 The Miami Foundation


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Sponsored by Better Way of Miami, Inc, Thriving Mind South Florida and the State of Florida, Department of Children and Families.

Better Way of Miami, Inc. complies with state and federal nondiscrimination laws and policies that prohibit discrimination based on age, color, disability, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or transgender status. It is unlawful to retaliate against individuals or groups on the basis of their participation in a complaint of discrimination or on the basis of their opposition to discriminatory practice.

Better Way of Miami , Inc. cumple con las leyes y las políticas estatales y federales de no discriminación que prohíben la discriminación por motivos de edad, color, discapacidad, nacionalidad , raza, religión, sexoorientación sexual, identidad de género, o estado transgénero. Es ilegal tomar represalias contra individuos o grupos en función de su participación en una queja de discriminación o basado en su oposición a la práctica discriminatoria.

Better Way of Miami, Inc. konfòme li avèk lwa ak politik nasyonal diskriminasyon leta ak federal ki entèdi diskriminasyon ki baze sou laj, koulè, andikap, orijin nasyonal, ras, relijyon, sèks, oryantasyon seksyèl, idantite seksyèl, oswa
estati transganr Li ilegal pou fè vanjans kont moun oswa gwoup sou baz patisipasyon yo nan yon plent kont diskriminasyon oswa sou baz opozisyon yo a pratik diskriminatwa.

This publication was made possible by Grant Number H89HA00005 from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), an operating division of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the Health Resources and Services Administration or the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

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For the Miami-Dade Transit Title VI of the Civil Right Act Notice to the Public, click on this link

 Title VI of the Civil Right Act

Please forward your complaints to our EEO officer at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

If you have any questions or concerns, this person can also be reached at 305-634-3409.

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The program consists of twenty hours per week of group sessions, individual sessions, family sessions, and other structured therapeutic activities. Seminars and lectures help clients with recovery skills such as assertiveness training, money management, parenting, leisure activities, communication, social skills, healthy relationships, HIV prevention, daily living skills, job placement, and more.

This program assures that clients develop and array of independent community resources and a network of 12 Step support in the community. Ongoing educational possibilities are pursued as a means of greater earning power and job satisfaction. Clients in this program get a chance to "test out" their newly learned skills every day in their work, school, and living environments and assess and discuss the results with peers and staff. Thus making this a very potent laboratory for positive change.

Advancement to regular Outpatient treatment is dependent on accomplishing the following:

  • Accomplishment of a proscribed percentage of their treatment plan goals.
  • Continued abstinence from drugs and alcohol.
  • Establishment of a sound recovery and resource network.
  • Readiness for more independent living in the larger community.
  • Development of a realistic plan for continuing treatment and "life after discharge", which must be approved by the treatment team.

Capacity: 55

Average Length of Stay: 3-5 months

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