Welcome to Pace Hernando

About Pace Hernando

The Pace Center for Girls in Hernando County was founded in 2018 to serve middle and high school girls who are struggling but want to make positive changes in their lives. As a movement, Pace was founded in 1985 to provide an opportunity for young women and girls to create a better future through education, counseling, training, and advocacy. Girls attend Pace during the day and are enrolled in all academic classes taught by teachers who are certified through the Hernando County School District. While at Pace, girls also meet with counselors who provide mental health services for the girls and their families. Girls are typically enrolled at Pace for between 18-21 months and upon exit, follow up services are provided for at least 1 year. The program is free of charge for girls who reside in Hernando County and meet eligibility requirements. For more information, please call to set up a tour!

Our Passion

At Pace Hernando, our passion is derived from our students. We currently serve girls who reside in Hernando County.

Resources

Hernando Fast Facts Sheet 2021 | DOWNLOAD

Get in touch

Pace Center for Girls - Hernando

3139 Dumont Avenue

Spring Hill, FL 34609

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Phone: 954-561-6939

For enrollment referrals, please email or call:

Paula Green email
Phone: (352) 533-1012

Girl Referral Form

Girls attend Pace to get appropriate counseling and education in a nurturing environment. To become enrolled, they must be between 11 to 17 years old, at least one year behind in school, and have 3 or more risk factors.

Risk factors are the underlying issues that lead girls to academic underachievement. These are issues such as: foster home placement, substance abuse (by girl or family member), domestic violence, incarceration of a family member, neglect, physical/emotional/sexual abuse, grief, emotional health concerns, low income, and more.