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Pace Miami opened its doors to the Miami Community on March 6, Pace Miami is an innovative prevention and intervention program that addresses the needs of Girls from the ages of , who have suffered trauma and consequently are failing in school or at risk of becoming involved in the Juvenile Justice system. The model is a holistic approach combining academic services and social services therefore offering small classroom instruction, one-on-one counseling, case management, health and wellness coaching and positive decision making.
We believe this model encourages our Girls to find and use their voices and empowers them to realize their true and full potential. Our Girls are resilient, brave, funny, full of life and inquisitive — they have an important place in the Miami Community. Every Miami Pace team member is committed to helping our Girls realize they are valued and loved.
Phone: The Pace age stops at 17 but since they have experienced the growth and change I have exhibited these past few months my time was extended to August Pace has helped me in lots of ways. When I came to Pace everything changed for the better.
I passed the test with flying colors. Not only did Pace help me with my school but they have helped me to break down a wall that I built out of anger. When I first began to attend Pace I was very troubled and windows always seemed very bleak for me.
There were days I would just shut people out and deal with things on my own. That never solved anything for me that just wore me down. Pace made me feel welcomed and at home. I began to open up and let the negative things out and make room for all the positive. Most importantly Pace gave me hope, faith, and showed me love. Not only has Pace help me it is the beginning of helping society. 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. Pace Miami. Phone: Fax: Follow Pace Miami on Facebook. Stories from Pace Miami. Precious's Story. Why do girls attend Pace? What are risk factors?Working girls of Miami
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