Thriving Mind congratulates Agape and Public Defender Carlos J. Martinez on the establishment of a new call-center, which will be staffed by Agape clients and graduates.
“This innovative partnership is allowing Agape to help women reach their full God-given potential,” said Claudio Perez, President and CEO of Agape. “This dynamic program helps support Agape’s medical home model of integrated care and recovery, providing the wraparound services needed to promote strong and economically self-sufficient women and their families.”
The call center will be staffed by women receiving services at Agape and will provide them with opportunities to earn a living wage, receive health insurance and develop essential work skills.
“We are thrilled to work with the Agape Network to open this call center on their campus, for their clients,” said Carlos J. Martinez, Miami-Dade Public Defender. “It helps us staff our call center and it changes lives. This initiative aligns perfectly with our commitment to ensuring equal access to justice for all members of our community.”
Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava, District 9 Commissioner Kionne L McGhee, Florida State Senator Ana Maria Rodriguez attended the event celebrating new opportunities and bright futures for all of the women.
Watch the Local 10 coverage of the event here.
Thriving Mind contracts with Agape, which provides behavioral health, as well as medical services. For more information, go here.