Peacemakers Family Service Center of Trinity Church

Based in Miami Gardens, PFC is a faith-based Care Coordination Center that provides wrap around case management and proactive referrals and specialized services to our children and families. Cited by President George W. Bush as a model faith-based social services program at the White House Faith-Based and Community Initiatives Leadership Conference, Peacemakers has created a model of social service provision and community engagement that has helped thousands of individuals attain self-sufficiency including children and families impacted by parental incarceration. Most recently, Peacemakers was awarded the Champions of Service Award from Volunteer Florida and Florida Governor Rick Scott on December 9, 2014.

Established in 2000, Peacemakers partners with the county, the state, and the federal government to help our clients who need a loving hand of social service care. Serving over 500 people each week, the organization works directly with clients to identify their needs, create an action plan, provide mentoring and daycare, and then assist them with obtaining social services to help reach their goals.

One of its programs, the ACCESS Florida Initiative, started in the summer of 2005 when Peacemakers partnered with the Florida Department of Children and Family Services. The agency began providing intake services to area families who were eligible for state assistance. An often confusing and overwhelming sea of forms and interviews, Peacemakers took the mystery out of the process and began one-on-one sit-down's with these clients, helping them fill out the forms, and ensuring that paperwork was processed in a timely manner.


Phone: (786) 888-4776

Address: PO Box 680100, N. Miami, FL 33168