UFCC Programs

Welcome to Unity Family Community Center (UFCC), where we are dedicated to empowering and uplifting our community through a variety of impactful programs. At UFCC, we believe in the power of education, mentorship, and skill development to transform lives and create brighter futures.

EAGE REQUIREMENTS: We serve participants ages 5-24.

EREFERRAL: Participants may be self-referred or referred by other agencies.

EFEES: All services and programs are free.

Our comprehensive range of programs includes:


Sexual Risk Education Program (SRAE)

SRAE focus on three key goals: encouraging adolescents to choose abstinence advocacy, equipping youth with skills to avoid high-risk behaviors, and expanding partnerships to combat Teen Pregnancy, STDs, and HIV.

Students Winning and Achieving Goals (SWAG)

The S.W.A.G. afterschool program in Levy County, for children aged 5-17, focuses on reducing juvenile delinquency. It supports academic achievement through diverse, quality activities that boost creativity, interest, and self-esteem.

The L.E.A.P (Learn. Engage. Achieve. Participate) Mentoring Program

The L.E.A.P Mentoring Program in Levy County equips youth with essential academic, social, and personal skills for school success and future endeavors. It also aims to reduce minority overrepresentation in the juvenile justice system.

My Brother's Keeper

My Brother’s Keeper targets six milestones: early healthy development, reading by third grade, high school graduation with college or career readiness, post-secondary education or training, successful workforce entry, and ensuring safety and opportunities for second chances.

Vocational Rehabilitation

These services are designed to help individuals transition into future careers.

Each of our programs is crafted with care, commitment, and a deep understanding of community needs, ensuring that every individual who walks through our doors is on a path to success.

Discover more about how we’re making a difference in our community.