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Agape Network, a non-profit, non-denominational faith-based organization 501(c)(3), is a comprehensive, integrated healthcare system that addresses the multifaceted health issues experienced by individuals and families today.

Located in Miami-Dade County, our facilities include a six-acre community health center with residential inpatient and outpatient services, eight-acre Old Cutler Road campus, and onsite locations across the county. Agape provides holistic, value based quality care through a patient centered medical home for a total wellness approach, incorporating treatment modalities that heal body, mind and spirit.  With highly experienced care teams of more than 150 staff members, including Medical Doctors, Board Certified Addiction Specialist (child and adult) Psychiatrists, Therapists, Licensed Clinical Social Workers, Care Managers, Chaplains, Intake team, Advanced Nurse Practitioners, Benefits Eligibility Determination Specialists, Registered Dieticians and Peer Specialists, we are uniquely qualified to serve people with complex behavioral and physical health care needs.

Utilizing a treatment approach that addresses the whole person, we integrate behavioral health services, primary care, and manage transitions of care across a broad range of healthcare continuums, hospitals, criminal justice, and community-based systems of care.  Since 2008, we have followed the patient-centered medical health home model that coordinates care of individuals’ overall wellness using a team-based clinical model that includes consumers, providers, and family members in-home on-site.

Our integrated medical and behavioral health services provide a continuum of care for long term engagement and wellness. Agapes culture of innovation is driven by evidence based data to continuously improve and deliver high-value, cost-conscious care with outcomes that demonstrate our ability to change lives by restoring individuals and families to psychological, social, physical, and spiritual health.

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