Information you’ll need to provide

Your name, address, and contact information.


Helpful tips

  • If you need translations, these meetings are available in English, Spanish, and Haitian Creole.
  • Act fast. You have five days to respond to an eviction notice before you lose automatically.
  • Get in touch even if you’re not sure you need a lawyer. A lawyer can give you ways to protect yourself and protect against an eviction -- even if it seems like it’s too late. 
  • Continue to pay your rent if you can do so without forgoing basic necessities. If your landlord isn’t accepting rent payments, try to set that money aside because the court may ask you for it.
  • For answers to common questions or access to self-help resources you can also visit florida.freelegalanswers.org or floridalawhelp.org.

About this program

Provided by: Miami Workers Center

If you have questions, you can speak with a program representative at:

Program Information: Affordable Housing Information

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How we can help

If you are interested in joining the weekly meeting, feel free to contact Miami Workers Center for more information.

  1. To get started, register using this form.
  2. Or you can call or text the phone line.
  3. You might say, “Hi, I’m a resident of Miami-Dade at risk of eviction. I am interested in joining your organizing meeting.”

Miami Workers Center

Phone Line: (305) 523-9645