323 E. Kennedy Blvd., Suite A, Eatonville, FL 32751 | directions
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday
ALPHA | Aspire Health Partners
Provides life skills lessons, academic enrichment, individual and small group counseling, and additional activities. Also encourages parent involvement.
Teen Program | Boys & Girls Clubs
Provides youth between the ages 11 and 18 years old with group and individual sessions, providing opportunities to enhance morale, self-esteem, character and discipline through health initiatives, academics and the arts.
5th Quarter | Every Kid Outreach
Provides middle and high school youth with a safe place to gather after Friday night school activities. 5th quarter provides recreation, one-on-one mentoring and refreshments in a safe environment, which deters local loitering.
Case Management Services link clients with appropriate providers and resources throughout the community. Referrals are based on an assessment of the clients’ needs.
Computer Lab | Preserve Eatonville Community, Inc.
Community Computer Arts Lab & Learning Center provides services to Pre-K to 12th grade students needing homework assistance, reading and math tutoring, and FCAT preparation through educational games and other computer-based activities. Computer lab also serves as a community computer lab for adults during school hours.
KEEPING UP | Redeeming Light
An alternative to out-of-school suspension, providing an academic setting for students who have been removed from their respective school due to suspension. KEEPING UP also maintains a partnership with OCPS, which allows the students a smoother academic transition back into the classroom.
Employment Services | Goodwill Industries of Central Florida, Inc.
Vocational specialist assists residents in obtaining and maintaining employment through job club classes, resume development, job search assistance and direct employment referrals.
Health Services | Community Health Interventions and Sickle Cell Agency, Inc.
Focused on health enrollment, care, prevention and education of individuals and families affected by health-related issues. Dedicated to addressing various health-related challenges that significantly affect a community’s health and wellness.
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Funded by the Orange County Citizens’ Commission for Children, the Neighborhood Centers for Families (NCF) are available to all Orange County residents. A Neighborhood Center for Families is made up of non-profit organizations, government agencies, churches and community groups that work together to provide family-friendly accessible services and activities to families in their neighborhoods. Each NCF is uniquely designed to address the needs of the surrounding community. All services are offered free of charge and typically include employment assistance, counseling, academic enrichment activities and health services.