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Find the Great in Every Girl

Pace's Day Program

Pace’s team of counselors and educators provide free year-round middle and high school academic services, counseling, life-skills training, career preparation and more, developing individualized approaches based on each girl’s unique strengths, life experiences and needs.

Pace's Reach Program Services

Pace’s team of therapists and counselors offers social, emotional, behavioral health and support services for girls ages 11-17 and their families. Reach therapists travel to girls to provide services in their home, school or community, and also meet with girls online.

Our Impact by the Numbers

Backed by over three decades of experience and proven methods, Pace's nationally recognized early intervention model has proven to be successful in curbing unemployment and involvement in the juvenile justice system.

A research study conducted in 2019 found that Pace nearly doubles the likelihood of girls being on track to graduate from high school as compared to girls with the same risk factors that did not attend Pace.

3,000+ girls

cared for each year

23 Communities

across Florida, Georgia and South Carolina

40,000+ girls

served since 1985

17 Reach locations

across Florida, Georgia and South Carolina

BEFORE the Pace Day Program

78%

Were failing one or more classes prior to attending Pace

18%

Were previously involved with the juvenile justice system

58%

Were suspended or expelled prior to Pace

AFTER the Pace Day Program

90%

Improved Academically at Pace

91%

Had no involvement with the juvenile justice system after one year

73%

Were in school, higher education or employed after one year

BEFORE the Pace Reach Program

29%

Had prior involvement with the juvenile justice system

81%

Had behavioral challenges associated with delinquency

AFTER the Pace Reach Program

95%

Had no involvement with the juvenile justice system one year after completing Pace

99%

Had improved behavior associated with delinquency after Pace

The Latest

Empowering the Next Generation of Female Leaders

Pace gives girls an opportunity to grow and learn, providing the tools to become more confident, responsible, and active community members. In March, Pace Clay girls Emily and Lilly attended the Feedback+Jacksonville Peer Learning Session, where they learned from local nonprofits and community leaders and were empowered to share their vision for a Jacksonville that […]

The Impact of Hurricane Ian on the Mental Health of Young Women

More in the Morning welcomed Jennifer Cellitti, Kendra Pugh, and Katrina Guittar from the Pace Center for Girls to learn how they have helped those in need post-storm.

Meet Four Pace Girls Making a Difference in Their Community

Sophia, Alyssa, Katlyn and Olivia are part of the Girls Leadership Council (GLC) at Pace Broward. As November is the month of midterm elections and voting, the girls connected to discuss the importance of civic engagement.  Before finding Pace, Sophie was dealing with self-confidence issues and struggling with attending school “I used to be like […]

The 13WMAZ 'Give Thanks' Campaign and How You Can Help Pace Macon

There is a Bibb County program that focuses on helping teen girls who may be struggling at home or school or in trouble with the law. Thanks to Pace Macon, girls ages 11 to 17 are getting guidance they need to be a success.

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I'm a Pace Girl

Once a Pace Girl, Always a Pace Girl.
I’m Alivia,
Pace Class of 2021
Through Pace, I learned my worth and how to give myself the credit I deserve. I attend Fort Valley State University and am in the Cooperative Developmental Energy Program. I am the most resilient person I know and because of Pace, I can recognize that.
And I'm a Pace Girl.
I'm Melanie,
Pace Class of 2022
Coming to Pace helped me grow and become confident in myself. I’m looking forward to going to college to major in psychology, so I can help others like Pace helped me.
And I'm a Pace Girl.
I'm Tyra,
Pace Class of 2022
Before Pace, I skipped class a lot and wasn’t worried about my grades. Pace played a big role in me graduating high school. I could have given up, but I persevered.
And I'm a Pace Girl.

Our Pace Locations

Pace currently operates in 23 communities throughout Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina.

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