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Office of Economic Self-Sufficiency


Community Medical Group is an Office of Economic Self-Sufficiency partner, which helps families in need apply for Medicaid, Food Stamps, Temporary Cash Assistance and more through the Department of Children and Families (DCF).

For your convenience, most of our locations have designated areas called "ACCESS Rooms" where you can apply for social services from DCF.

ACCESS Locations:

Community Service Center of North Miami Beach
743 NE 167th Street, North Miami Beach, FL 33162
Ph: (305) 957-0017
Fax: (305) 830-5014
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Community Service Center of Opa-Locka
321 Opa Locka Blvd., Opa-Locka, FL 33054
Ph: (786) 476-3340
Fax: (786) 433-9439
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Community Service Center of Hialeah
3805 W 20th Ave., Suite 105, Hialeah, FL 33012
Ph: (305) 557-2277
Fax: (786) 433-9570
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Community Service Center of Miami
1490 NW 27th Ave. Suite 117, Miami, FL 33125
Ph: (786) 259-0381
Fax: (786) 433-9433
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Community Service Center of Westchester
1607 SW 107th Ave., Miami, FL 33165
Ph: (786) 353-0807
Fax: (786) 433-9436
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Community Service Center of Westchester - Pediatrics
9750 SW 24th St., Miami, FL 33165
Ph: (786) 456-9010
Fax: (786) 456-9004
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Community Service Center of Perrine
12328 Quail Roost Dr., Miami, FL 33177
Ph: (786) 232-4206
Fax: (786) 430-8191
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Community Service Center of Florida City
751 West Palm Dr., Florida City, FL 33034
Ph: (786) 377-0130
Fax: (305) 246-0324
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Medicaid at Community Medical Group

Medicaid provides medical coverage to low-income families and individuals. The Florida Department of Children and Families (DCF) determines eligibility.

Medicaid for Families Low-income families (with one or two parents) may be eligible for Family Related Medicaid. Parents must have at least one child that meets all technical factors of eligibility or be pregnant. Relatives within a specified degree of relationship who care for minor children may choose to receive this type of Medicaid, along with the children if they meet the program eligibility requirements. Coverage under this group may include unemployed or underemployed parents and their children up to the age of 18.

Medicaid for Pregnant Women Simplified Eligibility for Pregnant Women (SEPW) provides full Medicaid coverage for pregnant women. Eligibility is determined for the pregnant woman only and does not consider the eligibility of other household members. Pregnant women with family income at or below 185% of the Federal Poverty Level may be eligible. There is no asset limit for coverage. The pregnancy must be verified. Coverage extends through delivery and two months post-partum.

For questions about Medicaid for families, Medicaid for pregnant women or to speak with a representative, contact the Community Medical Group location nearest you.

Medicare Savings Program at Community Medical Group

The Medicare Savings Program can help pay your Medicare premiums. It may also pay Medicare Part A (Hospital Insurance), Medicare Part B (Medical Insurance) deductibles, coinsurance and co-payments if you meet certain conditions. Even if you have income from working you may qualify for one of these programs. If you qualify for one of these programs you will also automatically qualify to get Extra Help paying for Medicare prescription drug coverage.

For questions about the Medicare Savings Program or to speak with a representative, contact the Community Medical Group location nearest you.

Food Stamp Program at Community Medical Group

The Food Stamp Program helps low-income families and individuals buy healthy food. Food assistance benefits are a supplement to a family's food budget. Households may need to spend some of their own money, along with their food assistance benefits, to buy enough food for one month. Individuals who buy and cook food together are considered one household for food assistance purposes. Individuals must meet the residence/citizenship requirements to qualify and provide a social security number, or provide proof that they have applied for a social security number. This requirement includes children.

For questions about the Food Stamp Program or to speak with a representative, contact the Community Medical Group location nearest you.

Temporary Cash Assistance at Community Medical Group

Temporary Cash Assistance (TCA) provides assistance to families with children under the age of 18 or under age 19 if they are full time high school students who meet technical, income and asset requirements. The program helps families become self-supporting while allowing children to remain in their own homes. Pregnant women may also receive TCA, either during the third trimester if unable to work or in the 9th month of pregnancy. Parents, children and minor siblings who live together must apply together. Some of the eligibility rules for this program are time limits, work rules, citizenship, and child support among others.

For questions about the Temporary Cash Assistance Program or to speak with a representative, contact the Community Medical Group location nearest you.

Change of Name, Address & Other Changes at Community Medical Group

You must report certain changes in your circumstances within 10 days of occurrence. You may report changes on-line, by fax or by phone.

For questions about change of name, address & other changes or to speak with a representative, contact the Community Medical Group location nearest you.

If you have any questions or you would like to schedule an appointment, please call 786-377-7777.


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