Past Locations

  • Alachua County Girls and Boys Club – Provides safe places and results-based programs where young people learn, grow, have life changing experiences, and establish ongoing relationships with caring adult professionals that will lead to opportunity, accomplishment and a life as productive, responsible adults.
  • Girls Place, Inc. – A non-profit organizations targeting the increasing number of girls that are at home with no adult care or supervision after school.  Club programs and services promote and enhance the development of girls by instilling a sense of competence, usefulness, belonging and influence.
  • Union Juvenile Residential Facility – A residential facility for male offenders, ages 12 to 19, located in rural Union County.  The facility is run by the Department of Juvenile Justice.
  • Eastside High School – An Alachua County public school that serves and economically and racially diverse student population.
  • Alachua Regional Juvenile Detention Center – A 72 bed, hardware secure facility that serves youth detained by various circuit courts.  The facility provides supervision of youth in a safe, secure and humane environment. Services for youth include: education, mental health, substance abuse, and health care.
  • Girls Initiative of Levy County’s – An after school program who’s mission is to serve communities on through emphasis on faith values, strong families, and networking together to reduce substance abuse, juvenile delinquency, homelessness and domestic violence in each community.
  • Gainesville High School – An Alachua County public school that serves an economically and racially diverse student population.
  • Silver River Marine Institute – A non-residential program for juvenile offenders. 100% of student population is referred to Silver River by juvenile court judges as a requirement of probation.
  • Hawthorne High School – A rural public school serving an impoverished area of Alachua County. The majority of the student population is classified as at-risk based on economic information provided by the State’s Free Lunch Program
  • Hoggetowne Middle School – Hoggetowne Middle School is a charter school in Alachua County that provides alternative academic choices to mainstream schools serving students with academic and/or adjustment problems. Hoggetowne is dedicated to educating students through high standards in academics as well as alternative programs. Hoggetowne has been educating sixth, seventh, and eighth grade students in a small school setting each year since it opened its doors in 2003.
  • PACE Ocala – A non-residential program sponsored by the Department of Juvenile Justice. PACE serves as an alternative to incarceration or institutionalization for troubled adolescent girls. Students are eligible for enrollment due to problems of dependency, truancy, delinquency, or academic underachievement.
  • Howard Bishop Middle School – A public school located in a federally designated Weed and Seed area in a section of Gainesville encompassing several low-socio-economic neighborhoods with high incidence of drug use, drug trafficking, crime and increasing gang activity.
  • New Pathways – A mandatory admittance school for students with disciplinary problems.
  • The HorizonCenter – A second chance school in Alachua County.  Referrals are made either through the judicial system or the public school system for those who have had previous legal infractions, academic, behavioral, or emotional adjustment problems in mainstream schools.

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