Survivors Pathway is committed to providing the necessary assistance, guidance, and psychological support that survivors of violent crimes may need to successfully achieve justice. Navigating and accessing the justice system can be in some aspects difficult to understand, especially when the victims/survivors are experiencing the emotional impact of trauma, feeling unsafe or isolated. Access to supportive agencies, immigration services, and other needed legal recourses can also be complicated. Survivors’ Pathway’s Advocates will focus their efforts on facilitating these processes while trying to ensure the victim’s successful access to justice and other social services. Survivors’ Pathway’s advocates provide a vital support system to victims, encouraging and empowering them to pursue all avenues of treatment and all legal means to stop the abuse and to ensure long-term recovery. Survivors’ Pathway’s Advocates will ensure that women, men, and their families that are experiencing domestic violence, sexual assault, human tracking, hate crimes and/or other types of victimization will have access to the following services:
Survivors Pathway provides services to all clients regardless of race, religion, age, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, marital status, country of origin, or language. Appropriate communication aids and translation services are available.
Location: Advocacy services are delivered at our main facility located on 1801 Coral Way Suite 405, Miami, Florida, 33145 and at the Miami Dade County 11th Court Circuit, Domestic violence Unit.