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Office of Community Advocacy

Advisory Boards

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The commission advocates for the status of women and works to improve their quality of life.
Commission for Women
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The board advocates for the social, economic, political and educational needs in the community.
Black Affairs
Asian American
The Asian-American Board assists with matters pertaining to the Asian community.
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The primary mission is to intervene and contain community tensions as quickly as possible.
Community Relations
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To formulate and recommend plans and programs that support the Hispanic community.
Hispanic Affairs
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Providing support on a range of issues, this board is a platform for the elderly community.
Elder Affairs


  • Federal Government Assistance
    Every first and third Tuesday of the month
    Stephen P. Clark Center, 111 NW 1st Street, Lobby
    9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

    A representative from U.S. Senator Marco Rubio and U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services can assist you with questions and answers on Immigration, IRS, HUD and Social Security matters.
  • Free Sunpass
    Every third Thursday of the month
    Stephen P. Clark Center, 111 NW 1st Street, Lobby
    9:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.

    You will need a credit or debit card ($10 minimum is required to activate), provide contact and vehicle information. MDX will also inform residents about the SunPass Tag Swap Program.

News & Events

Driver's license services at the Stephen P. Clark Center

A variety of driver's license services will be provided on June 4.

Help us end HIV/AIDS in Getting 2 Zero

The Getting 2 Zero is a movement to reduce new HIV/AIDS infections, increase access to care, reduce stigma, and to promote health equality in the community.

Elder Affairs Advisory Board seeks new members

Board members will serve the needs of the elderly community in Miami-Dade County.

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About Us

The Office of Community Advocacy (OoCA) was established to meet its unique community needs, through various events and initiatives, OoCA promote productive community relations and cultural understanding for a better quality of life for all County residents.

Experienced staff and volunteer residents appointed by the Members of the Board of the County Commission work on behalf of the public to help residents live together in an atmosphere of mutual respect and understanding, making Miami-Dade County one of the nation's most dynamically and culturally diverse metropolitan areas.

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