Florida Community Prevention Center, Inc.

“planting seeds today to build a healthier tomorrow”

Downtown Fernandina Beach, FL


Celebrating A Decade of Service...A Lifetime of Commitment!

Florida Community Prevention Center, Inc. (formerly Healing BALM of Northeast Florida, Inc.) mission is to promote health awareness and education in communities across America through training and research.  Located in beautiful Fernandina Beach, Florida we provide a full array of social service, training and development, and outreach prevention services.

Fernandina Beach, Florida is a rural community located in Nassau County just north of Jacksonville, Florida and is within minutes of South Georgia.  The population of Nassau County is approximately 68,000 residents.

Florida Community Prevention Center serves the entire Northeast Florida area but conducts workshops, trainings, and prevention projects throughout the United States.  Our community outreach projects have reached over 6000 individuals.

Fernandina Beach Office

Florida Community Prevention Center, Inc.

96098 Victoria’s Place/3431 E. State Rd. 200

Yulee, Florida 32097


mailing address:

PO Box 640

Yulee, Florida 32041


Jacksonville Office—Operation New Hope

1830 Main St., 1st  Floor

Jacksonville, Florida 32202

To contact us:

Phone:  904-321-4097

Fax:  904-321-5668

Toll Free:  1(888)366-8990

E-mail:  info@floridacommunityprevention.com


Hours of Operation: 

Monday thru Friday, 8am—5 pm

and by appointments on Saturday and Sunday.

Monday thru Friday—8am—5pm
By Appt. on Saturday and Sunday

The Mission of

Florida Community Prevention Center

is to promote health awareness and education in communities across America through training and research.

Vision of the Agency

To become an Internationally recognized leader in the development community health prevention with a concentration on HIV/AIDS, Substance Abuse, Mental Health, and health disparities for people of color.  FCPC is devoted to helping communities across the country become sustainable models in the populations they serve through ongoing training, technical assistance, research and evaluation.

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