RESOURCE CENTER AT NORTH GREENWOOD

Address: 1310 North MLK Jr. Avenue, Clearwater, FL 33755. Hours: Monday to Thursday 8:30 am to 3:00 pm. Contact: 727-400-6805 or pkay@uwsuncoast.org.

Our North Greenwood Resource Center will reopen with limited hours beginning July 7, 2020. The resource center will be open Monday – Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Available services include:

  • Job Searches
  • Resume Building
  • Computer Access
  • Financial Assistance
  • Fax and Copies
  • Notary
  • Programs for Middle and High School students

Additionally, food distribution will continue every Thursday from 11 a.m. until supplies last. In partnership with Feeding Tampa Bay, frozen meals are distributed each week (2 to 3 per person) on a first come, first served basis. 

North Greenwood Resource Center

The North Greenwood Resource Center addresses the need for financial stability by providing individuals with job search and preparation services, training and certifications, and financial education through ongoing programs and partner relationships that meet the needs of employers and residents.

The North Greenwood Resource Center addresses additional financial needs by providing technology and resources for families and individuals to connect with ACCESS, health care plans, and other programs that lead to financial stability.

The North Greenwood Resource Center, through Operation Graduate, addresses the need for increased High School Graduation rates by providing ongoing mentoring, tutoring, credit recovery, and college enrollment programs.

OPERATION GRADUATE

Operation Graduate is a partnership between United Way Suncoast, the Clearwater Police Department, Pinellas County School District, and St. Petersburg College. The focus of Operation Graduate is on-time high school graduation. The program targets two groups of students. One takes credit recovery classes so they can graduate with their peers; the other group is introduced to college and work experiences.

OPERATION GRADUATE OBJECTIVES

  • To increase the number of youth with on-time graduation.
  • To introduce college and work experiences to youth. One hundred percent of dual enrollment students passed the college experience component of the project.
  • To develop life skills among youth.
  • To provide youth and families with service referrals and interventions.

Partners


Pinellas County School District

Provides educational opportunities through Credit Recovery and Dual Enrollment.

St. Petersburg College

Provides college courses and college experience for teens through Dual Enrollment.

Clearwater Police Department

Provides partnership through facility usage, recruitment, mentorship, and program implementation and funding.

Clearwater Parks and Recreation

Provides a recreational scholarship for teens at North Greenwood Aquatic Center.

PEHMS

Provides financial assistance and case management.

AMI Kids

Provides training programs for 16-24-year-olds.

Feeding America

Provides weekly food distribution items for families.

Boley Centers

Provides training programs for 14-18-year-olds.

Goals

  1. To champion the development of children and youth in North Greenwood in recognition of the role they will play in preparing for their future and assuring the continuing viability of the community.
  2. To improve the economic development of North Greenwood in terms of its human and physical resources.
  3. To implement strategies that recognize education as a lifelong pursuit that benefits both the individual and the North Greenwood neighborhood.
  4. To leverage North Greenwood’s existing strong leadership and develop future leaders by investing in their continuing development, including an emphasis on collaboration and cooperation for the good of the community.

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