Community Programs

Learn about the programs we implement to make our communities better and safer.

Injury-Free Miami: Creating Safer Communities

Jackson Health System’s and University of Miami Health System’s center for injury prevention and research promotes programs through community partnerships and trains professionals in child safety. 

Using local data and research-backed approaches, Injury-Free Miami works with parents, caregivers, professionals, and communities to create safer living and play spaces for children. Our staff provides training and resources in English, Spanish, and Creole.

We study the who, how, where, and why of injuries, to identify risk. We develop and evaluate hospital and community-based programs to promote safety in our multicultural community. 

Keystone programs include:

  • Injury Free-Mobile for home and water safety
  • Buckle up for Life/Abrochemos a la Vida
  • Home and passenger safety training in health clinics

For more information on Injury-Free Miami, call 305-243-9080.

Injury Prevention Programs

We offer community-based injury prevention education for all ages, with the goal of heightening injury awareness, providing trauma prevention education, and promoting wellness and safety.

These programs are free of charge, age-specific, and can be given in a variety of settings such as schools, PTA meetings, businesses, senior centers, community or faith-based groups, and more. 

Please contact us at least 30 days ahead of time to facilitate scheduling. For more information, contact Cindy Magnole, RN at 305-585-7971 or email magnole@jhsmiami.org.

Injuries are one of the leading causes of death in the United States and are almost always preventable. Our education programs cover topics including:

  • Bicycle Safety
  • Pedestrian Safety
  • Seat Belt Safety
  • Ride Safe, Drive Safe
  • Drinking and Driving
  • Drug Use/Abuse/Addiction
  • Stand Strong for Life
  • Poison Prevention
  • Fire Safety
  • Health and Safety Fairs
  • Water Safety
  • Career Day Presentations

Injury-Free Miami: Creating Safer Communities

Jackson Health System’s and University of Miami Health System’s center for injury prevention and research promotes programs through community partnerships and trains professionals in child safety. 

Using local data and research-backed approaches, Injury-Free Miami works with parents, caregivers, professionals, and communities to create safer living and play spaces for children. Our staff provides training and resources in English, Spanish, and Creole.

We study the who, how, where, and why of injuries, to identify risk. We develop and evaluate hospital and community-based programs to promote safety in our multicultural community. 

Keystone programs include:

  • Injury Free-Mobile for home and water safety
  • Buckle up for Life/Abrochemos a la Vida
  • Home and passenger safety training in health clinics

For more information on Injury-Free Miami, call 305-243-9080.

Injury Prevention Programs

We offer community-based injury prevention education for all ages, with the goal of heightening injury awareness, providing trauma prevention education, and promoting wellness and safety.

These programs are free of charge, age-specific, and can be given in a variety of settings such as schools, PTA meetings, businesses, senior centers, community or faith-based groups, and more. 

Please contact us at least 30 days ahead of time to facilitate scheduling. For more information, contact Cindy Magnole, RN at 305-585-7971 or email magnole@jhsmiami.org.

Injuries are one of the leading causes of death in the United States and are almost always preventable. Our education programs cover topics including:

  • Bicycle Safety
  • Pedestrian Safety
  • Seat Belt Safety
  • Ride Safe, Drive Safe
  • Drinking and Driving
  • Drug Use/Abuse/Addiction
  • Stand Strong for Life
  • Poison Prevention
  • Fire Safety
  • Health and Safety Fairs
  • Water Safety
  • Career Day Presentations