The Marian Center offers services for people with intellectual disabilities, such as: A fully accredited school for students ages 6 to 21, An adult day training and work program, A full-time residential facility for women.
Each of these programs welcomes people from all races, religions and backgrounds, and provides partial financial aid to all those who qualify.
just as they are."
Our mission: To Educate, Train and to Serve
The Mission of the Marian Center is to educate, train and serve people with developmental disabilities
and assist them in wholeness, pursuant to the dictates of the Gospel and of the Church’s call to love,
charity and justice.
The Marian Center offers services for people with intellectual disabilities, regardless of race, religion
or background, and we offer financial aid to all those who qualify.
Ave Maria -Gounod, played by the Marian Center talented Bell Players during the Eucharistic celebration in honor of St. J. B. Cottolengo.
The Marian Center is a non-profit (501c3) organization that relies on the support of caring individuals, civic groups, businesses, and philanthropic foundations to carry out its meaningful work. Each moment of Marian Center History –whether a new building or a new program- can be traced back to financial donations that made those moments possible.
Every day, in every student, new levels of achievement are reached and potential is revealed, because donors continue their support to the Marian Center.
MIAMI GARDENS | Four students with the Marian Center School and Services were awarded plaques for participating in a recent essay contest sponsored annually by the archdiocese’s Office of Black Catholic Ministry. The topic was “How the Venerable Pierre Toussaint Can Be a Model of Holiness and Service for Us.” Showing their plaques, left to […]
There is a saying that a picture is worth 1000 words. If that is really so then these pictures speak for themselves. It is academic time and here are the students off the Secondary class working very diligently by keeping on task with learning to read write and doing math, using workbooks and computers.