Interview with Alan Holt from Family in Distress Comcast Channel
Family in Distress goes Homeless
Labor Trafficking Awareness
The following dramatized scenarios depict indicators of labor trafficking — a crime committed when a trafficker uses force, fraud, or coercion to compel another person to work for little or no wages. Human trafficking victims are often invisible because we do not recognize indicators of human trafficking. Identifying signs of human trafficking and reporting a tip may save a life.
Dr. White’s Congressional Recognition
Evangelist Dr. White’s Proclamation
Interactive Skills Development
Woman to Woman Networking Conference
2017 FID Events
2017 Christmas Events
Dr. Cheryl White & Team
2017 MLK Banquet
Christmas Meet and Greet
In 2016, Family In Distress began working with two senior centers. At PK Management, we provide Tai Chi, Wellness, and Diversity of Culture.
Happy Thanksgiving! We at Family In Distress and Conflict Coaches celebrated our Thanksiving by distributing turkeys and baskets to our Dania Beach communities. This joint venture resulted in 145 turkeys being distributed to Collins Elementary families as well as Dania Beach citizens. To further ensure all were served, FID gave out an additional 20 turkeys and gift baskets to Dania Beach Elementary and one to a South Broward High family.
Dr. White-Holt Teaches at
Nova Southeastern TQR Symposium
Farm Share, Inc. and FID
Recovering and distributing food in Florida. We believe no family deserves to go hungry and no food should end up in a landfill. That is why FID partnered with Farm Share in September 2015 to distribute food in our area. This event was a true community event, complete with free blood pressure checks, HIV Testing, Free Cell Phone-SafeLink sign-up, housing resources and more. View Event Flyer.
Shoes, Blankets and More Drive for the Invisible Homeless
Special Thanks to the members of Total Victory Christian Center, Family In Distress, El Palacio Sports Hotel, HOT 105, Rodney Baltimore, Christ Fellowship Church of Palmetto Bay, Pam François, RJT Foundation, Miami Northwest Express, Miami Rescue Mission, The National Aids Foundation and everyone else that supported our Shoes, Blankets and More Drive for the Invisible Homeless. Please see the pictures and know that your gifts were greatly appreciated. In one picture you’ll see a man that willingly abandoned the card board box he was using for a bed in exchange for the new blanket he received during the outreach. As a ministry, we are committed to providing outreach and service to the underserved and would greatly appreciate your ongoing partnership and support. God Bless you. In His Service, Pastor Alan Holt. View Event Flyer
Miami Rescue Graduation
Miami Rescue Christmas In July
Family In Distress Joins C.O.R.E.
May 27, 2011 Miami-Dade C.O.R.E. groups were presented with their recommended areas of affiliation and their respective resource binders which include both general emergency preparedness information as well as resource materials and required training information specific to each group. Jannah Scott facilitated the meeting and talked about the process of affiliation as a marathon— not a sprint—something that will take time depending on your area of affiliation. View Program Brochure