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PACE Center for Girls, Inc. is a community-based, non-residential prevention, diversion, and early intervention program in the state of Florida.  PACE serves over 2,000 girls each year in 18 locations around the state as an alternative to incarceration by providing therapeutic support services, individualized and group counseling, a gender-specific life management curriculum, academic education, individualized attention, parental involvement, community service and 3 years of follow up transition services.  
PACE supports the mission of the Department of Juvenile Justice by preventing juvenile delinquency, teen pregnancy, substance abuse, academic failure, and welfare dependency.

PACE reduces the number of girls entering the juvenile justice system and reduces the significant long term costs associated with teen pregnancy, substance abuse, dropping out of school and unemployment and long term economic dependency.

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We are BEYOND thrilled to announce PACE Center for Girls Hillsborough is the winner of the IKEA Life Improvement Challenge! We can not thank you enough for each and every vote you cast to help support us! Soon, our girls will be able to have a beautifully made-over great room, technology room and Spirited Girls room worth $10,000!

PACE Center for Girls, Hillsborough is celebrating its 15th birthday!

Since 1998 we have served over 1,500 girls ages 11-17 with their educational and social service needs.
Help support the PACE Center for Girls, Hillsborough by donating $15 for 15 years of serving girls.  

For more information please contact Candi Nevin at (813) 739-0410
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Jasmine HaywoodJasmine was selected by staff for girl of the month for February. 

Jasmine has shown improvement in a variety of areas throughout the month by demonstrating exemplary attendance and increasing in her academics. Jasmine has also shown potential for future achievement and commitment to personal growth. 

 DSCN0772Shaquae was selected by staff as girl of the month for March.

Shaquae has demonstrated outstanding leadership and maintained a clear sense of purpose within the last few weeks.  Her efforts are appreciated inside and outside of PACE. 


         Congratulations on making girls of the month!