2804 Belco Drive, Orlando, FL 32808 | directions
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday
Walt Disney World Clubhouse | Boys & Girls Club of Central Florida
Serves youth members 6 to 18 years old. The program focuses on a variety of enrichment and academic programs from character and leadership to healthy lifestyles, and science, technology, engineering and math
(STEM) programming. Programs are offered daily for after school and summer.
Employment Services | Goodwill Industries of Central Florida, Inc.
Provides an employment specialist to assist residents in obtaining and maintaining employment. Assistance is provided through job club classes, resume development, job search and direct service referrals. Services are also offered to individuals who are underemployed or need help in obtaining a better job. Referrals to other community resources are provided.
Offered to help Haitian families reach economic and social self sufficiency through information/referral and case management services. Other Haitian services: Immigration Assistance (Ed Immigrasyon), ESOL (Lekol Angle), Literacy (Alfabetizasyon), Adult Life Skills/Parenting (Pwogram Pou Paran), Community Agency Referrals (Refere Lot Koté) and Translation Assistance (Tradiksyon).
ALPHA Program | Aspire Health Partners
Works with students at Mollie Ray Elementary, providing life skills lessons, academic enrichment, individual and group counseling, and opportunities for parent involvement. The program’s goal is to provide a foundation which will empower children cognitively, socially and emotionally to be successful and resilient individuals.
F.O.C.U.S. (Family Opportunities for Caring and Success) | Aspire Health Partners.
Trained counselors facilitate crisis intervention, parent/family education, information and referral, family, group and individual counseling.
Prevention Program | Aspire Health Partners
Provides after-school activities for youth and children. The program offers a safe environment and helps build healthy behaviors for children through skill-building training and recognition for success. Services are offered to elementary, middle and high school students who are at least 6 years old. The Prevention Program also provides academic assistance to students at Mollie Ray Elementary.
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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.