PACE Center for Girls Broward is a free, voluntary program providing academics, counseling, life skills training, career and college preparation and community service projects for adolescent girls. To be considered for enrollment, the girl must be between the ages of 11 to 17 years old (grades 6th – 12th), reside in Broward County and present 3 or more risk factors. A girl can be referred to PACE by parents, school counselors, social services professionals, doctors, juvenile judges or themselves (self-referral). Our program hours of operation are 8:00 am to 3:00 pm Mondaythrough Friday, with extended care available until 4:30 pm.
The following are services offered at PACE Broward:
PACE Day Program: Provides year round academics, counseling and case management services to adolescent girls (grades 6-12) in a safe, structured, and supportive environment.
Transitional Services: Ongoing case management to support girls once they transition from PACE to return to their boundary school, pursue higher education, or enter the workforce.
PACE Reach Therapeutic Counseling Services: Provides individual, group and family counseling to girls and their families in the community.
Diversion and Civil Citation: Is a voluntary option for girls who do not wish to take their juvenile offense through the court system by engaging in case management and counseling services.