Welcome to Pace Macon

About Pace Macon

In 2019, Pace extended its services into Georgia to provide a needed resource for girls to heal from trauma, build pro-social skills and reduce involvement in unhealthy and unsafe behaviors. Pace continues to provide gender-responsive and strength-based counseling, case management and therapy programs, as well as offer mental health training curriculum for community professionals who work with girls at risk of involvement in the juvenile justice system.

The address associated with this center is only used for mailing purposes and is not a physical location where services are provided.

Pace Macon

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Pace Center for Girls - Macon

1083 Washington Ave.

Macon, Georgia 31201

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Phone: 478-444-5957

The address associated with this center is only used for mailing purposes and is not a physical location where services are provided.

 

For enrollment referrals, please ask for:

Reach Program Manager, Rebecca Richard email
478-444-5957

Stories from Pace Bibb-Peach
AJ's Story

So far, my experience with therapy has been a positive one. Ms. Becca has helped me to view my challenges as opportunities for growth and is slowly teaching me to trust others a little more. I think therapy is making dealing with my everyday struggles a little easier by helping me look closely at the things I go through and helping me to understand some of my feelings a little more.

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.