PACE Center for Girls Treasure Coast is located in Fort Pierce, FL and was founded in 1998. Since opening, PACE Treasure Coast has served over 642 girls. The center is located at 3651 Virginia Avenue, just east of the split with Okeechobee Road.
To contact us call 772-595-8880 or click here for more contact information. Girls or others interested in attending or making a referral to PACE Treasure Coast please contact the Center and fill out the following referral form.
Join us for our 2014 High Hat Fancy Tea on May 18th, 2014 from 3 - 5 pm at the Botanical Gardens in Port St. Lucie.
We will have a live Jazz band, a hat contest and more!
Come join the fun, tickets are $35 and may be purchased ONLINE by following this link.
Girls and young women face big challenges – abuse, neglect, poverty, pregnancy, substance abuse and eating disorders, just to name a few. PACE Center for Girls, Inc. is a 501(c) 3 alternative educational program serving girls ages12 to 18.
PACE targets the unique needs of girls to prevent high school drop-outs, juvenile delinquency, teen pregnancy, drug and alcohol addiction and welfare dependency. Our success speaks volumes. Over 79% of PACE girls continue positive behaviors and lifestyles following PACE. Your support is vital if we are to continue helping these at-risk girls achieve their full and productive potential and become effective contributors to our community. Ultimately, the most important result of your support is helping us change girls’ lives. President Obama's campaign theme was "change" and never was it more important than now to focus on changing girls lives. As our eceonomy remains sluggish and unemployment continues to rise, so too do the rates of domestic violence & child abuse. This puts all girls at risk and it is more important than ever to educate them on how to stay safe. As one of our PACE girls said, “PACE changed my world! I went from a girl who made all the wrong choices and hated everyone, to a girl who never missed school and loved her classmates! PACE allowed me to find out how smart I was and learn that people really do care about me.” You too can change the lives of girls for the better. Check back for exciting news on how you can join us on effecting that change!