Miami’s Gang Alternative awarded $1.5 Million for rigorous reentry program for formerly incarcerated young adults in Little Haiti, Liberty City and City of Miami

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 7/11/2017 Miami’s Gang Alternative awarded $1.5 Million for rigorous reentry program for formerly incarcerated young adults in Little Haiti, Liberty City and City of Miami One of only nine grant recipients in the US to receive US Department of Labor Funds Miami, FL – July 7, 2017 — Gang Alternative, Inc. is the recipient of $1.5 million dollars in Department of Labor...


Gang Alternative Program help to Deter Gang Activity in Miami-Dade

The two detectives who were shot in northwest Miami-Dade Monday night were staking out gang activity, a problem that some local programs are trying to stop by deterring kids from joining gangs. One program NBC 6 visited Tuesday, March 28th, has programs for kindergartners. The idea is to reach them before they become tempted by the gang life. Michael Nolzile, CEO of Gang Alternative, grew up in northwest...


The Mission at Gang Alternative

                      Gang Alternative exist to build character that lasts in children and families through faith-based positive alternatives to youth violence and delinquency. We do this by offering a holistic approach to their academic, physical, social and spiritual development. Please take the time to visit our website, Facebook page, and Instagram!


Gang Alternative Receives Full Accreditation through the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF)

Gang Alternative Receives Full Accreditation through the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF)  Accreditation of Gang Alternative will bring the highest quality services to our most vulnerable communities in Miami-Dade County  (Miami, FL – October 31, 2016) The Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) has granted Gang Alternative full accreditation...


Gang Alternative receives $39,440.00 grant from Health Foundation

Gang Alternative, a nonprofit organization that assists adolescents and families from Miami’s high-risk inner-city neighborhoods to develop positiv values and skills to transition to productive adult life styles, received a $38,440 grant from Healt Foundation of South Florida to fund the organizations efforts to achieve CARF accreditation and improved the services it provides to the LIttle Haiti,...

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Miami’s Gang Alternative awarded $1.5 Million for rigorous reentry program for formerly incarcerated young adults in Little Haiti, Liberty City and City of Miami

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 7/11/2017 Miami’s Gang Alternative awarded $1.5 Million for rigorous reentry program for formerly incarcerated young adults in Little Haiti, Liberty...

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