It's that time of year again! It's Tax Season!
Numerous sites throughout Miami-Dade offer free tax services, including Hosanna. Visit www.prosperitycampaign.org or call (305)576-5001 for more information.
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- W-2 and 1099 forms you received from your employer
- Information on any other income you received during the previous tax year
- Information about any deductions or credits you may wish to claim
- A copy of last year's tax return
- Your Social Security card, and that your spouse and dependents
- Photo identification for yourself, your spouse and all adults appearing on the tax return
- A voided check (If you want your refund deposited to your bank account)
Children of Inmates Program
What is it?
This is a referral-based program developed to provide holistic support to children of incarcerated parent(s). CIO is the collaborative effort of various community service organizations working together to meet immediate and long-term needs.
The Children and Adolescent Program
- The proposed program herein is a Children and Adolescent Program entitled "Cap." It is designed to decrease risk factors in youth through small group sessions with major emphasis on enhancement of academic/career development skills.
Youth Leadership Academy
- The Youth Academic Program (YAP) is a preventive project that is designed to concentrate on decreasing and eliminating risk factors associated with school failure and violence among youth age ranging from five to twenty-one. The program objectives are to provide academic counseling, recreation, cultural, leadership, employment and job search/placement activities.
Youth Leadership Program
- Unlike the Youth Leadership Academy, this program is designed to equip youth ages seven to eighteen with the practical skills needed to become community leaders. These skills will cultivate a productive, self-fulfilled and achievement-oriented attitude that will continue on to adulthood.
- The goal of YLP is to establish a Disproportion Minority Contact program model that reduces juvenile detention among minority youth within selective Miami-Dade communities. It is designed to address issues such as school drop-out, unemployment, and teen violence.
- The program empowers youth people by providing Life-skill Training, Tutorial Service, Community Service Projects and Parent/Child workshops.
- In addition, program participants receive training on a broad range of technology and telecommunication topics. They learn to apply specific computer skills in Internet, word processing and spreadsheets in combination with critical thinking, reading, and writing skills.
Anti-Violence Summer Camp
- The Youth Leadership Project includes a summer camp that focus on preventing youth gun violence. YLP provides positive alternatives through an intensive summer camp program targeted at high-risk youth and youthful ex-offenders.
- The YLP Summer Camp objectives include:
- Providing a safe haven for youth during summer months and other peak times when youth crime occurs (ie after school);
- To teach youth how to recognize catalysts for youth violent confrontations;
- To engage youth in an anti-gun initiative that educates youth about gun violence;
- Teach youth how to resolve conflict in their schools, with friends, at home, and within the community without resorting to violence.
Summer Camp 2008 Schedule
The summer camp program is a six weeks program with anti-gun/violence activities designed to concentrate on gun safety education and legal consequences for using guns when committing crimes.