About

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Prior to 1987, the city of Pearland had virtually no health or human service agencies servicing the needs of its citizens. A group of community volunteers organized and implemented an extensive study to determine the need and feasibility of providing services to northern Brazoria County. Various United Way of Brazoria County agencies along with area residents were polled. The results of the survey indicated a substantial need for a multi-service center in the Pearland area.

The United Way of Brazoria County contributed a venture grant to help open the doors to the Pearland Neighborhood Center and began providing services to clients. Since its inception in 1987 the Pearland Neighborhood Center (PNC) has been fulfilling the needs of residents in the northern end of Brazoria County.

The multi-service center concept was in response to clients who need access to a variety of social services but were unable to travel to multiple locations. The “one stop” approach has proven to be the most effective way to deliver services.

Board of Directors

Anna Bryant – President
Buck Stevens – Vice President
Deborah Brown – Treasurer
Amber Wallace – Secretary

Mission Statement

To provide a foundation of effective services and responsive programs to facilitate the development of individuals and families.

Our Donors

Our Board of Directors

Stacy Adams
Becki Bonner
Gayland Capps
Roy Castillo
Julia Cavazos
Brad Christen
Grace Coronado
Julie Garza
Lonnie Grohman
Norma Guerra-Martinez
Stephanie Knippel
Sean Murphy
Luke Orlando
Trent Perez
Naomi Stevens
Araceli Trevino-Valentine
Tonni Vale
Melissa Washington