Pace Broward was established in July 1992 at the urging of leaders in the community realizing a delinquency prevention/intervention program for young and adolescent girls was needed in Broward County. Housed on a beautiful, safe, well-lit campus in Wilton Manors, the Day Program under the leadership of founding Regional Executive Director, Aggie Pappas, continues to make positive changes in the lives of girls ages 11-18. In 2010, new program components were added through The Pace Reach Counseling Center, offering New D.A.Y. (Diversion Alternatives for Youth), therapeutic counselling, Heathy Youth Transitions (HYT) and tutoring. In 2015 Girls Court was created offering therapeutic services to some of Broward’s most vulnerable population-girls in the delinquency system-to help reduce their sanctions while giving them much needed services. Now in our 26th year of providing services, Pace Broward has served over 7,500 girls in the academic and counseling Day Program and in the Pace Reach Counseling Center.
2225 North Andrews Ave. Wilton Manors, FL 33311