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NEIGHBORHOOD RESOURCE CENTER AT CAMPBELL PARK

Hours:

Monday-Thursday: 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Fridays by appointment only

Contact:

(727) 280-6703

Address:

701 16th St S., Building 7
St. Petersburg, FL 33705

To access the CPRC, turn right on 9th Ave. and then right on Queen St. The CPRC is at the far end of the parking lot.

Services Include:

  • Job Searches
  • Resume Building
  • Computer Access
  • Fax and Copies
  • Notary
  • Home Plate Food Market
    Monday 5 p.m. -7 p.m. 
    Thursdays 3 p.m.-5 p.m.
  • Learn & Play Sessions
    Mondays and Wednesdays
    5:15 p.m.-6:45 p.m.
    Tuesdays and Thursdays
    10:15 a.m.-11:45 a.m.

Campbell Park Neighborhood Resource Center

On Jan. 13, 2017, Duke Energy Foundation and United Way Suncoast began a partnership committed to the development and sustainability of south St. Petersburg’s Campbell Park Neighborhood. There was a need for a one-stop resource center, collaborating with community partners, to provide empowerment services for families working towards long-term financial stability.

THE RESOURCE CENTER OFFERS:

CAREER READINESS
Career training and education opportunities in employment sectors that provide sustainable living wages and long-term financial stability.

COMPUTER LAB
Open to students and adults. Work on your resume with a coach, search and apply for employment, scholarships and other educational programs, school projects and homework. Computer literacy courses are offered twice a week. Open daily.

FAMILY SUPPORT SERVICES
Assist to stabilize entire family; cover immediate basic needs, set up short/long-term goals, develop new skills and build a support system for each other. Emergency housing and domestic violence guidance services are available.

FINANCIAL LITERACY COACHING
Learn how to achieve financial freedom, set up savings goals, track expenses, and develop healthy financial habits to become self-sufficient.

HOMEOWNER AND CONTRACTOR RESOURCES
Learn about financing home improvements and repairs, lowering your utility bills, or expanding your small contractor business’s reach.

LEARN & PLAY SESSIONS
High quality early learning experiences used to engage parents, caregivers, and young children (birth-5 yrs) through play opportunities.

LEGAL ADVICE
Free legal services for those in need: housing/foreclosures, family law, wills, debt collections, bankruptcy, expungements and more (all non-criminal cases).

Campbell Park Neighborhood Resource Center Partners

BAY AREA LEGAL SERVICES
Provides services in the areas of landlord tenant issues, federally-subsidized housing, Homeownership, Consumer Issues, and Family Law.

CITY OF ST. PETERSBURG
Lead agent for the center by providing workspace for on-site staff and for our organized community partnership and programming.

EVARA HEALTH CLINIC
Provides affordable services to children and families including primary care, pediatrics, dentistry, behavioral health and pharmacy.

FEEDING TAMPA BAY
Provides access to nutritious food enables students to excel, parents to focus on their livelihoods, and seniors to maintain a healthy life.

HISPANIC OUTREACH CENTER
Addresses the needs of a changing Hispanic/Latino population through public education, advocacy, enhanced services, and elimination of barriers.

PEMHS
On-site provider for case management services to include: financial empowerment, emergency living funds, child care resources, and housing assistance.

PINELLAS COUNTY SCHOOLS
Partnering to building connections between families, communities, schools, and the district, all working together for 100% student success. 

PINELLAS COUNTY URBAN LEAGUE
On-site provider for workforce development and career training. They provide resume writing, and basic computer skills trainings twice a week.

SHIRLEY PROCTOR PULLER
Math-Art-Science-Technology-Reading (M.A.S.T.R.) Program advances literacy to help close the achievement gap for students.

TAMPA BAY RAYS FOUNDATION
Dedicated to improving the lives of those in need within our community, focusing primarily on education, youth development, wellness, and social responsibility.

CAMPBELL PARK NEIGHBORHOOD RESOURCE CENTER
COMMUNITY IMPACT HIGHLIGHTS

Financial Stability

United Way Suncoast convenes the caring people of this community to bring about sustainable impacts for children and families. We focus on education and financial stability to create systemic change and address emerging issues.

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