150 Amidon Lane, Orlando, FL 32809 | directions
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday
F.O.C.U.S. | Aspire Health Partners
An empowerment program working with children, adolescents and their families to assist in developing opportunities for an atmosphere of caring and understanding in an effort to provide the tools for the success of the family.
Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Program
Provides a variety of general health services that includes diagnosis and treatment of basic pediatric illnesses, school and sports physicals, health screenings and health information/education for families in the Oak Ridge neighborhood and nearby communities.
ALPHA | Aspire Health Partners
A school-based prevention program that serves children and their families. Alpha counselors assist with the development of social, emotional and cognitive skills by providing counseling, mentoring , academic and family support activities.
Employment Specialist assists residents in obtaining and maintaining employment. Through job club classes, resume development, job search assistance and direct employment referrals, many participants are able to find and keep employment.
Classes are held twice weekly and are open to all levels, from beginning to advanced. Pre-registration by calling the NCF is required.
NCF organizes family-centered events open to the community. Back-to-school activities, holiday events, and other educational workshops are designed with the primary goal of responding to the changing needs of the community.
Computer lab and food pantry.
Emergency utilities/rental/food assistance, parenting classes, recreational programs, free/low cost health services for adults and children, adult literacy classes, legal services, services for seniors, counseling and assessments, day-care assistance for current NCF clients, food stamps, Medicaid and notary services.
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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.