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Agency:Program:Focus Area:Strategy:Program Description:
A Friend's HouseA Friend's HouseHomelessnessAssessment CentersTo provide a home that addresses the physical and emotional needs of children in crisis; primarily serves teenagers and large sibling groups from birth to age 18.
AADDGeorgia Family SupportHealthLife SkillsAADD provides support to adults with developmental disabilities, so that they can live independently in the community.
Action Ministries, Inc.Housing ProgramHomelessnessTransitional and Permanent HousingProvides both transitional and permanent housing for homeless individuals along with comprehensive supportive services including: case management, job coaching, financial skills, and support for children’s education and learning.
Africa's Children's FundProject EXCELEducationMentoringPromotes academic productivity, positive behavior and the spirit of community service for under-served children and youth.
AID Gwinnett, Inc.AID Gwinnett New Patient HealthcareHealthPrimary HealthProvides primary care for uninsured and underinsured individuals living with HIV/AIDS through a commitment to provide compassionate health care, advocacy and promoting healthy choices.
American Cancer SocietyBreast Cancer Prevention/Early Detection Program HealthPrevention EducationA public/private partnership that promotes breast cancer screenings using evidence-based, proven strategies such as outreach, education and screening navigation across the state.
American Cancer SocietyPatient Navigator ProgramHealthPrimary HealthHoused on-site at various hospitals throughout Greater Atlanta, Patient Navigators work with patients throughout the cancer treatment process and beyond to ensure proactive and consistent follow-up for care.
American Red Cross Metro Atlanta ChapterEmergency Relief ServicesBasic NeedsDisaster ReliefHelps people who have been devastated by fires, floods, tornadoes, and other disasters meet their basic human needs while recovering. These immediate relief services are accompanied with case management services to ensure families are accessing all available resources.
Association of Village PRIDEConcord Village BRIDGES ProgramEducationOut of School TimeManages an on-site Family Resource Center for low-income families and operates two out of school programs for students that focus on literacy for children (K-3rd grades), and academic support and activities for youth (4th-12th grades).
Association on Battered Women of Clayton County, Inc.Securus HouseHomelessnessAssessment CentersProvides shelter, support and advocacy for survivors of family violence as well as social support services as they start rebuilding their lives.
Atlanta Legal Aid SocietyLegal Services for the Prevention of HomelessnessHomelessnessFinancial AssistanceProvides free civil legal assistance to help low-income people meet basic needs.
Atlanta Outreach Project, Inc.Lighthouse ProjectHomelessnessTransitional and Permanent HousingProvides transitional and permanent housing solutions to the homeless; also provide case management services, including referrals to partners agencies, and counseling and education.
Auditory Verbal Center, Inc.CORE AVHealthLife SkillsMakes Auditory-Verbal (AV) therapy services accessible to all children and families, regardless of ability to pay; grants young deaf and hard of hearing children the opportunity to be independent by teaching how to speak and listen without use of sign language or lip reading.
Auditory Verbal Center, Inc.Hearing Screenings Outreach ProgramHealthPrevention EducationOffers prevention and intervention (free hearing screenings, education, and follow-up care) services to low-income children, youth, and their families.
Beacon of Hope, Inc.Early Childhood Literacy ProgramEducationChild Care SubsidiesProvides affordable early childhood literacy programming for low-income children and their families. Grant funds shall be used to compensate and train staff necessary to provide quality services.
Beacon of Hope, Inc.School-Age Literacy ProgramEducationOut of School TimeProvides services and activities to strengthen reading skills in early grades.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro AtlantaMentoring for Risky Behaviors PreventionEducationRisky Behaviors PreventionDesigned to help children avoid at risk behaviors and encourages them to achieve their highest potential by improving academic performance.
This initiative provides services beyond the traditional one to one community based mentoring through expanded tracking and greater training and support for parents, youth and volunteers.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro AtlantaMentoring for Successful Transitions to GraduationEducationMentoringDesigned for juniors and seniors, program provides specialized support services during senior year and the first year of college.

Bloom Our Youth, Inc.Fayette Youth Protection HomeHealthMental HealthTo provide low-cost, on-demand transportation services to senior citizens, including the economically disadvantaged and adult persons with disabilities.
Bobby Dodd InstituteWorkforce Resources Vocational ServicesIncomeTransitional EmploymentThe purpose of BDI’s Workforce Resources Vocational Services program is to serve people with disabilities and economic disadvantages with skills assessments, job training, vocational counseling, and permanent employment opportunities.
Boy Scouts Atlanta CouncilBoy Scouts EducationLeadership and Service LearningDesigned to develop character, citizenship, fitness, and promote community service, the program encourages young men to learn and practice leadership skills at school and in their community, ultimately keeping them away from risky behaviors.
Boy Scouts Atlanta CouncilCub ScoutsEducationOut of School TimeThe program is a year-round, out of school, family learning program designed to meet the developmental needs of young boys (ages 7-10) and their families.
Boy Scouts Atlanta CouncilExploring EducationLeadership and Service LearningA career education and leadership program for young men and women ages 14-20 implemented through community organizations and businesses.
Boy Scouts Flint River CouncilYouth LeadershipEducationLeadership and Service LearningProvides resources and training to boys 11-18 years of age and girls between 14-18 years of age and encompasses leadership skills focused on decision making, goal setting, and communication and negotiation.
Boy Scouts Flint River CouncilCub Scouts, Grades 1-5EducationOut of School TimeA year-round, out of school program designed to meet the developmental needs of boys and their families.
Boy Scouts Northeast Georgia CouncilGwinnett Cub Scouts, Grades 1-3EducationOut of School TimeProvides youth with safe, productive, structured activities outside school hours through weekly, family-based learning experiences and community service projects.
Boy Scouts Northeast Georgia Council Gwinnett Scouting programs, Grades 4-12EducationOut of School TimeProvides youth (grades 4-12) in Gwinnett County with safe, productive, structured activities outside school hours through weekly, family-based learning experiences and community service projects. They often expose youth to career considerations and facilitate leadership development through peer elections.
Boys and Girls Clubs of Metro AtlantaLeadership and Service LearningEducationLeadership and Service LearningKeystone and Torch Clubs are leadership and service clubs for boys and girls, ages 11-18. Youth participate in activities in 3 focus areas: academic success, career preparation and community service.
Boys and Girls Clubs of Metro AtlantaK-12EducationOut of School TimeA curriculum-driven approach that is tied to key educational benchmarks, with a focus on K-3rd grade literacy and 4th–8th grade math and literacy skills.
Boys and Girls Clubs of Metro AtlantaRisky BehaviorsEducationRisky Behaviors PreventionTo combat obesity, various physical exercise, health and nutrition programs are implemented as part of a Healthy Habits curriculum.
Butts County Board of CommissionersButts County Senior Citizen ServicesBasic NeedsSupport for SeniorsProvides recreational, social, health, and educational training services.
Butts County Counseling CenterButts County Counseling CenterHealthSubstance Abuse TreatmentProvide several comprehensive, intensive outpatient treatment programs for those with substance abuse/dependency; also includes co-occurring psychiatric disorders.
Butts County Mental Retardation CenterButts County Developmental Service CenterHealthLife SkillsProvides community-based services to those with developmental disabilities diagnosed before the age of 18. Customized approach for each person that increases socialization and community involvement.
Calvary Refuge Center, Inc.Calvary Refuge Center, Inc.HomelessnessTransitional and Permanent HousingOffer temporary housing and case management services for families. Life skills class are offered on-site weekly and cover employment/career assistance, higher education opportunities and financial literacy basics.
CaringWorks, Inc.CaringWorks Shelter Plus CareHomelessnessTransitional and Permanent HousingFoster housing stability and recovery while assisting clients in maximizing their income to achieve economic security. Services provided include case management, counseling, life skills supports, emergency assistance and community engagement.
CaringWorks, Inc.Shamrock Gardens Permanent Supportive HousingHomelessnessTransitional and Permanent HousingProvides permanent housing for women and families, accompanied by case management, recovery-based interventions and support, counseling, life skills classes, community engagement and emergency assistance.
CaringWorks, Inc.Solutions for Self-SufficiencyHomelessnessTransitional and Permanent HousingA transitional housing and addiction treatment facility for homeless men. Designed to provide a nurturing, supportive environment to residents, Hope House offers quality housing, state-licensed addiction treatment, aftercare supports, case management and other relevant supports.
Carrie Steele Pitts Home, Inc.Carrie Steele-Pitts Home, Inc.EducationOut of School TimeProvides comprehensive services for children, ages 5-21, through residential and community programs.
Carrie Steele Pitts Home, Inc.Coaching for Post-Secondary Education CompletionEducationPost-secondary Education SupportProvide youth ages 18-26 with a supportive environment that assists them to establish self-sufficiency, including a Coaching for College curriculum.
The Children's HavenCASA for Children, Inc.Basic NeedsChild Abuse PreventionProvides high-quality child advocacy services to foster youth. Volunteer advocates have the time, training, and are committed to ensuring the children have access to educational and support services and courtroom advocacy.
Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Atlanta, Inc.Parent TalkEducationFamily/Parent EngagementProvides education and support to expectant moms and families with an infant through in-home parenting education including assessments, developing service plan goals, and case management.
Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Atlanta, Inc.Village of St. Joseph Counseling ServicesHealthMental HealthProvides outpatient counseling services, ultimately helping clients to become productive, happy and healthy citizens in their communities.
Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Atlanta, Inc.Housing Counseling and Financial Literacy Education ServicesIncomeAsset Building and PreservationProvides homes for youth in foster care and a space for children and families in the community to get tutorial services, test prep help, and work readiness programs.
Center for Black Women's Wellness, Inc.Wellness ProgramHealthPrimary HealthProvides low-cost and no-cost preventive and primary health care services to uninsured/ underinsured, low-income adults.
Center for Black Women's Wellness, Inc.Atlanta Healthy StartHealthHealth: Babies Born HealthyProvides outreach, case management and health education services to expectant mothers and those with children under 2 years of age.
Center for Pan Asian Community Services, Inc.Asian American Home Based Support ServicesHealthHome Based SupportAssists individuals who are older and/or functionally impaired continue to maintain independence and health by staying in their homes.
Center for Pan Asian Community Services, Inc.CPACS Youth LEP (Limited English Proficiency) K-3rdEducationOut of School TimeAfter school and summer programs that provide services to economically disadvantaged students (K-3 rd grade) in math, English and reading.
Center for the Visually ImpairedBEGIN ProgramEducationFamily/Parent EngagementProvides ongoing training for the parents, family members and other caregivers of blind/visually impaired infants and pre-schoolers via educational sessions and family support activities.
Center for the Visually ImpairedMaxwell Low Vision Clinic (LVC) HealthLife SkillsProvides devices and training to enhance remaining vision of those with low vision. Services increase access to primary health information.
Center for the Visually ImpairedSTARSEducationOut of School TimeAn educational, recreational, and social skills program for youth ages 5-21 who are blind or visually impaired.
Center for the Visually ImpairedThe New View Career Services (CS) ProgramIncomeTransitional EmploymentProvides knowledge of jobs successfully performed by blind people; exploration of career goals; and technology training, equipment and support for pursuing selected jobs.
Center for the Visually ImpairedThe New View Community Based Services (CBS), formerly Community Adult ServicesHealthHome Based SupportPromotes the safety and well-being of seniors with visual impairments.
Center for the Visually ImpairedThe New View Independent Living Services (ILS) ProgramHealthLife SkillsFacilitates independence and preserves the self-worth of blind or visually impaired individuals so that they can live independently.
Cherokee Child Advocacy Council, Inc.Child Advocacy Center - Anna Crawford Children's CenterHealthMental HealthProvides assessment and mental health treatment to children and non-offending family members in cases of sexual abuse, physical abuse and exposure to violence and drugs.
Cherokee Family Violence CenterCherokee Family Violence CenterHomelessnessTransitional and Permanent HousingProvides permanent, supportive housing to domestic violence survivors and their children who are homeless as a result of abuse.
Children's Voice: CASA, Inc.Children's Voice: CASA, Inc.Basic NeedsChild Abuse and NeglectAdvocate for abused and/or neglected children involved in juvenile court deprivation proceedings. Provides screened, trained, and supervised volunteers or lay Guardian ad Litems who speak up on behalf of the children.
CHRIS KidsEmergency Assistance ProgramHomelessnessFinancial AssistancePrevent individuals with significant mental health issues from becoming homeless by helping them secure and maintain stable housing while they receive ongoing support, guidance and instruction to become self-sufficient.
CHRIS KidsTransitionZHomelessnessTransitional and Permanent HousingProvides permanent supportive housing for single and parenting young adults with mental health disabilities who are homeless and/or leaving foster care, juvenile justice and/or mental health systems.
CHRIS KidsCHRIS Counseling CenterHealthMental HealthHelps individuals heal from traumatic events, manage their mental illness and enter recovery.
CHRIS KidsJourneyZHealthMental HealthProvide intensive, integrated services that help severely emotionally disturbed (SED) youth learn how to function responsibly in their communities.
Clayton County Extension ServiceThe ABC's of ParentingEducationFamily/Parent EngagementTo equip parents and other caregivers with the knowledge and skills to successfully parent and prepare their child for preschool, and ultimately, become better advocates for them.
Cobb County Center for Children and Young AdultsAnother ChanceHomelessnessTransitional and Permanent HousingA residential care facility for boys between the ages of 13-17 who have been abused, neglected, abandoned or are at risk.
Cobb County Center for Children and Young AdultsOpen GateHomelessnessTransitional and Permanent HousingA residential care facility for girls between the ages of 12-17 who have been abused, neglected, abandoned or are at risk.
Communities in Schools of AtlantaCIS Case Mentors in High SchoolsEducationMentoringBy working with area high schools, CIS’s site coordinators provide individualized mentoring/case management services to a select number of students.
Communities in Schools of AtlantaWest End Performance Learning CenterEducationLeadership and Service LearningHelps school dropouts or potential dropouts earn a high school diploma by offering additional support and services such as: health and human services linkages, counseling, internships, college/ career prep, and post-secondary scholarships.
Communities in Schools of Douglas CountyDouglas One-2-One MATCH Mentoring ProgramEducationMentoringWorks in collaboration with each school in the Douglas County School System. At-risk students in the program go through the identification process where a school staff member or parent makes a referral based on identified needs.
Communities in Schools of Douglas CountyAfter School ProgramsEducationOut of School TimeProvides technical assistance and resources to the Douglas County School System fee-based programs that offer safe, productive, structured group activities for its at-risk students (K-8).
Communities In Schools of Marietta/Cobb County, Inc.Parent Engagement ProgramEducationFamily/Parent EngagementTo ensure that all children are prepared for and successful in school by implementing a parent engagement and school transition program model, coordinating services and advocating for policy and systems change.
Communities In Schools of Marietta/Cobb County, Inc.Ambassador Leadership Program EducationLeadership and Service LearningSeeks to identify students with leadership potential whose abilities are not tapped in the traditional school environment.
Community Assistance Center, Inc.Emergency Assistance Program HomelessnessFinancial AssistanceProvides short-term assistance including financial assistance (i.e. rent, utilities) or in-kind assistance (i.e. food, clothing, school and household supplies).
Court Appointed Special Advocates of Paulding County, Inc.Court Appointed Special Advocates of Paulding County, Inc.Basic NeedsChild Abuse and NeglectAdvocate for abused and/or neglected children involved in juvenile court deprivation proceedings. Provides screened, trained, and supervised volunteers or lay Guardian ad Litems who speak up on behalf of the children.
Decatur Cooperative Ministry, Inc.Family HouseHomelessnessTransitional and Permanent HousingProvides the interim housing and comprehensive assessments for families with multiple barriers to housing stability.
Decatur Cooperative Ministry, Inc.Hagar's HouseHomelessnessAssessment CentersHelps families stabilize their crisis and take initial steps to overcome homelessness by providing 30 to 90 days of safe shelter, daily necessities, family assessments, a comprehensive array of supportive services, and connections to outside resources.
Decatur Cooperative Ministry, Inc.Project Take Charge HomelessnessFinancial AssistanceProvides the resources, emotional support, and financial skills needed for individuals and families to regain financial stability and retain their housing.
DeKalb County CASADeKalb County CASABasic NeedsChild Abuse and NeglectAdvocate for abused and/or neglected children involved in juvenile court deprivation proceedings. Provides screened, trained, and supervised volunteers or lay Guardian ad Litems who speak up on behalf of the children.
Diabetes Association of Atlanta, Inc.Diabetes Prevention and ControlHealthPrevention EducationGoal is to increase access to affordable, effective and convenient diabetes related services to vulnerable populations.
Easter Seals North GeorgiaEarly Intervention and Pediatric Therapy EducationFamily/Parent EngagementTo provide the early identification and treatment of children with disabilities through the provision of: speech-language therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy and autism-related therapy, so that they will be prepared for academic success when they enter school.
Easter Seals North GeorgiaEaster Seals North Georgia Child Development Program EducationChild Care SubsidiesTo ensure that children from low-income families — with and without disabilities — ages 6 weeks to 5 years, can receive quality early education and care so they are ready for success upon entering school.
Easter Seals North GeorgiaFamily Support AdvocatesEducationFamily/Parent EngagementDirectly supports the intentional improvement of parenting skills, family engagement and leadership development in families with children 0-5 years of age.
Elaine Clark CenterEarly InterventionEducationChild Care SubsidiesProvides children diagnosed with special needs the supports early in life that will help them maximize their potential (therapeutic support, developmental assessment, nursing care, etc.).
Elaine Clark CenterOut of School ServicesEducationOut of School TimeProvides summer camp and after school/enrichment programs that serve children/youth with special needs aged 6-22 years.
ExceptionalOpsLife Skills and Work Training for People with Developmental DisabilitiesHealthLife SkillsFeatures a blend of real world, community and classroom training. All programs are designed to provide opportunities for employment and work-related activities, leisure or recreational activities, cultural excursions, etc.
Families FirstAdoption Services EducationFamily/Parent EngagementAims to achieve permanency for children/youth and the potential parents and families through adoption.
Families FirstCHISPA EducationFamily/Parent EngagementOffers a community-based early learning program for children from birth to age five who live in low-income and low literacy communities.
Families FirstFamily CounselingHealthMental HealthAssists children, youth and adults in healing from emotional pain and trauma; services include individual, couples, family, and group counseling.
Families FirstHealthy Babies Healthy Moms EducationFamily/Parent EngagementEnsures that pregnant and parenting teens have the resources, information, and skills needed to be successful and halt the cycle of unplanned pregnancies.
Families FirstProject GROW at Delowe Village HomelessnessTransitional and Permanent HousingOffers housing and residential support programs, including community-based interventions to facilitate successful transition of residents into stable housing.
Families FirstShelter-A-FamilyHomelessnessTransitional and Permanent HousingOffers housing and residential support programs for families with children, in which one or more family member suffers from mental illness, substance abuse and/or HIV/AIDS, or related diseases.
Families FirstWeaver GardensHomelessnessTransitional and Permanent HousingA transitional supportive housing program for young mothers and their babies with a safe place to live; residents must complete high school/earn a GED; attend college or vocational training; and/or be gainfully employed.
Fayette Care ClinicFayette Care ClinicHealthPrimary HealthProvides comprehensive primary health care services for low-income, uninsured and/or underinsured.
Fayette Senior ServicesTransportationHealthPrimary HealthProvides low-cost, wheelchair-accessible, non-emergency medical transportation services to senior citizens, and adults with disabilities.
Flint Circuit Council on Family ViolenceHaven HouseHomelessnessAssessment CentersA shelter for homeless domestic violence victims and their children; assists residents in stabilizing and achieving goals in education, employment and housing.
Frazer CenterFrazer CenterEducationChild Care SubsidiesProvide services to adults and children with physical and cognitive disabilities such as cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, autism and other disorders.
Friends of Gwinnett County Senior ServicesFriends of Gwinnett Senior ServicesBasic NeedsSupport for SeniorsMeets the needs of senior citizens that would otherwise go unmet and result in longer waiting lists; provides meals, emergency financial assistance, help with home repair materials, and transportation.
Fulton County Court Appointed Special Advocates, Inc.Fulton County Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA), Inc.Basic NeedsChild Abuse and NeglectRecruits, trains and supervises community volunteers to advocate on behalf of abused and neglected children that are involved with the juvenile court system.
Gate City Day Nursery AssociationEarly Childhood and Family Support ProgramEducationChild Care SubsidiesProvides a high-quality early learning experience for economically and socially at-risk children that prepares them for kindergarten.
Georgia Campaign for Adolescent Power PotentialPeer Education to Reduce Pregnancies among College StudentsEducationPost-secondary Education SupportCreates a sustainable on-campus program for colleges in high-risk areas to increase student awareness of the consequences of unplanned pregnancy through health information and referrals to free/low-cost clinical services for students.
Georgia Center for Child AdvocacyGeorgia Center for Child Advocacy- Children's Advocacy CenterBasic NeedsSexual Assault ServicesMeet the needs of children, ages 3-17,that have experienced sexual or physical abuse themselves and/or witnessed violence in their families through intervention services such as crisis counseling and family advocacy.
Georgia Law Center for the HomelessGeorgia Law Center for the Homeless Legal AssistanceHomelessnessFinancial AssistanceProvides free, civil, legal services to homeless families and individuals while also addressing the obstacles contributing to chronic homelessness.
Georgia Lions Lighthouse FoundationVision ClinicHealthPrimary HealthProvides access to vision care for the uninsured and underinsured with acute needs as well as preventative care for those with chronic conditions such as diabetes and hypertension.
Georgia State University Research Foundation, Inc.Project Healthy GrandparentsHealthHome Based SupportProvides comprehensive health and support services and improved access to community resources for those grandparents who are raising their grandchildren.
Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta, Inc.Out of School Time for Grades 4-5EducationOut of School TimeA progressive, age-appropriate activity that focuses on engaging girls with parents or other caring adults while directing their own activities in a hands-on, girl-led way. Junior Girl Scouts also begin to participate more in career and STEM exploration events.
Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta, Inc.Girl Scout Leadership ExperienceEducationLeadership and Service LearningEngages over 7,000 girls in grades 6-12 in activities that build their personal leadership skills and mobilize them into service within Girl Scouts, their schools, communities and in business.
Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta, Inc.Girl Scout Program for K-3EducationOut of School TimeEngages girls (K-3) by teaching them valuable lessons about themselves, each other and the world around them with a proven curriculum; this curriculum helps them discover their own interests, gain valuable study skills and participate in activities that enhance their classroom experiences.
Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta, Inc.MentoringEducationMentoringUtilizes both staff knowledgeable about the neighborhoods they support and more than 100 collaborating partners to establish sites and programs in low-income and underserved areas, including Title 1 schools, community centers, apartment complexes and housing authority sites.
Girls Incorporated of Greater AtlantaCenter: OST 4-12th Grades - After School & Summer CampEducationOut of School TimePrepares girls (grades 4-12) for success by offering safe, structured and affordable out of school programming; the program is broken into two formats: the After School Program and Girls Inc. University (GIU - summer camp).
Girls Incorporated of Greater AtlantaCenter: OST K - 3rd Grade - After School & Summer CampEducationOut of School TimePrepares girls (grades K-3) for success by offering safe, structured and affordable out of school programming; the program is broken into two formats: the After School Program and Girls Inc. University (GIU - summer camp).
Girls Incorporated of Greater AtlantaOutreach - Risky Behavior Prevention ProgramEducationRisky Behaviors PreventionPrepares girls to avoid risky behaviors with the implementation of nationally developed, research-based, pregnancy and alcohol/tobacco/substance abuse prevention programming.
Good Samaritan Health Center of CobbGood Samaritan CobbHealthPrimary HealthProvides affordable access to ongoing primary health care, medications, specialty care through referrals, and health education for low-income and uninsured families.
Goodwill of North GeorgiaGoodBIZ! - Goodwill's Micro-enterprise Training ProgramIncomeSelf - EmploymentServes aspiring entrepreneurs with the resources, training and ongoing support to launch and maintain their own businesses.
Goodwill of North GeorgiaIndustry Based & Skills Training ProgramsIncomeTransitional EmploymentPrepares participants for jobs in high growth occupations and industries; additional services are provided, such as vocational assessment, case management, career planning, job development and follow-up retention services.
Goodwill of North GeorgiaCollege Career CatalystEducationPost-secondary Education SupportPrepares and connects unemployed, low-wage workers, Hispanics and youth that have a high school diploma or GED, with post-secondary education/credentialed training.
Goshen Valley FoundationGoshen Valley Post-Secondary Track AcademyEducationPost-secondary Education SupportPromotes and increases awareness of post-secondary education opportunities for foster care students who are in high school; also, provide mentors and supports to help them successfully complete their post-secondary education.
Gwinnett Community ClinicPrimary Care ProgramHealthPrimary HealthProvides primary health care access to uninsured, indigent residents, including physician exams, x-rays and diagnostic imaging, lab testing, referrals, patient education and assistance with enrollment in prescription assistance programs.
Hands of Hope ClinicMedical ProgramHealthPrimary HealthProvides primary health care services for mostly adult patients with chronic medical conditions, including care management; referrals for needed diagnostic services and/or specialty care; and assistance securing affordable medications.
Harvest Rain AcademyHarvest Rain Academy Daycare ProgramEducationChild Care SubsidiesProvides a high-quality, affordable, early learning program for children, ages birth to 5 years.
Harvest Rain AcademyHarvest Rain Youth Leadership ProgramEducationOut of School TimeProvides a safe, academically enriching environment that equips, mentors, and empowers at-risk youth (K-12th grade) as they progress in their Academics, Careers and Community (ACC).
Health Education Assessment and Leadership, Inc.HEALing Community CenterHealthPrimary HealthProvides health education and medical services to at risk and underserved populations.
Hearts to Nourish HopeAlternative Education CenterEducationOut of School TimeProvides high-risked and/or disadvantaged youth education opportunities such as career development/training, paid and unpaid work experiences, internships, and life skills to help participants grow and become life long learners.
Hearts to Nourish HopeThe D.O.R.M.HomelessnessTransitional and Permanent HousingProvides emergency and transitional housing for young men ages 18-24 years old; the program provides support, assessments, case management, therapeutic counseling and training to assist residents in gaining the necessary skills to become self-sufficient and obtain more permanent housing.
Henry County Council on AgingHenry County Council on AgingBasic NeedsSupport for SeniorsDesigned to enhance the quality of life of senior adults through the provision of support services that will allow them to live independently in their homes for as long as possible.
Hillside HospitalHillside HospitalHealthMental HealthOffers high-quality residential psychiatric services to severely emotionally disturbed children and adolescents, ages 6-19, requiring long-term intervention and care.
House of Dawn, Inc.House of Dawn, Inc.HomelessnessTransitional and Permanent HousingServes homeless expectant and young mothers, ages 18-23, and prepares them for independent living by providing safe, supportive housing; nutrition; mental health; medical and dental attention; high school/GED support and post-secondary education opportunities; and employment preparation.
Housing Initiative of North FultonHomeStretch: Transitional and Affordable HousingHomelessnessTransitional and Permanent HousingGuides low-income, homeless families with minor children toward increased self-reliance and stability by providing life skills education, mentoring and supportive housing.
I CAREI CARE, Inc.HealthHome Based SupportMatches volunteer drivers with senior citizens who need transportation assistance to get to their medical appointments.
International Rescue CommitteeInternational Rescue CommitteeIncomeTransitional EmploymentProvides job readiness and placement services to employable refugee adults. The program is designed to provide participants with the knowledge and skill sets to become employed, achieve financial and social self-sufficiency, and no longer depend on public assistance.
Jewish Family and Career ServicesBen Massell Dental ClinicHealthPrimary HealthProvides access to free, comprehensive dental care and health education for low-income and no income, uninsured patients.
Jewish Family and Career ServicesCounselingHealthMental HealthProvides intensive instruction; employment counseling; placement into six weeks of subsidized employment; and transition into permanent employee status for refugee participants.
Jewish Family and Career ServicesDevelopmental DisabilitiesHealthLife SkillsAn innovative best practices approach to prevention of secondary disabilities and chronic health conditions among adults with developmental disabilities. The program goal is to improve by improving awareness and practice of healthy lifestyles and behaviors.
Jewish Family and Career ServicesOlder Adult ServicesBasic NeedsSupport for SeniorsSupports older adults and family caregivers through a multi-pronged approach that includes assessments; care planning; case management; and follow-up with a social worker.
Jewish Family and Career ServicesTransitional EmploymentIncomeTransitional EmploymentAssists adults and dislocated job seekers, ranging in age from 18 to 70 years, with paid, on-the-job training in specific industries for a designated time period, so they can achieve marketable workplace skills and become economically self-sufficient.
Latin American AssociationLatino Transitional Employment ServicesIncomeTransitional EmploymentProvides comprehensive, industry-specific job training and employment services for hard-to-employ individuals. The program also offers stipend-supported training, job readiness and job placement services, and subsidized transitional employment experiences to help access the workforce and move toward self-sufficiency.
Latin American AssociationPrimero Los Ninos Parenting ProgramEducationFamily/Parent EngagementOffers a child abuse and neglect prevention and training program for parents and families that includes three components: parenting classes, anger management classes, and case management.
Latin American AssociationYouth Academic Achievement InitiativeEducationOut of School TimeSeeks to significantly lessen the achievement gap for Latino youth and increase parent engagement by offering sustained, seamless and holistic support to students and their families from middle school through college entrance.
Latin American AssociationFamily Services - Homelessness Prevention ProgramHomelessnessFinancial AssistanceOffers free consultations, financial assistance, case management, and LAA and community referrals to avoid housing loss for those who are facing eviction and other economic and family crises.
Lilburn Elementary SchoolLilburn Elementary Out of School Time (Middle to high school)EducationOut of School TimePursues excellence in academic knowledge, skills and positive, appropriate behaviors for each student resulting in measurable improvement against local, national and international standards.
Lilburn Elementary SchoolLilburn Elementary Out of School Time (K-3)EducationOut of School TimePursues excellence in academic knowledge, skills and positive, appropriate behaviors for each student resulting in measurable improvement against local, national and international standards.
Link Counseling CenterThe Link Counseling CenterHealthMental HealthProvides quality, affordable counseling, psychotherapy and support groups for people of all ages.
Memorial Drive Presbyterian Community Children's ProgramMemorial Drive Presbyterian Community Children's ProgramEducationChild Care SubsidiesProvides a caring, nurturing environment for children (2-12 years) where they can develop and be socially, emotionally, academically and spiritually. Our goal is to have children ready for school and/or to identify any learning concerns and seek services to assist.
MUST Ministries, Inc.MUST Ministries Elizabeth Inn Emergency Shelter ProgramHomelessnessAssessment CentersProvides emergency shelter for individuals and families experiencing homelessness; serves as a primary entry point to interlinked systems of care, including both public and private resources, for addressing barriers to housing stability.
Newnan-Coweta Habitat for Humanity, Inc.Newnan-Coweta Habitat for Humanity Homeownership WorkshopsIncomeAsset Building and PreservationFree classes are designed to give future and current homeowners basic financial asset knowledge, home maintenance and home repair know-how.
Nicholas House, Inc.Nicholas House - BoulevardHomelessnessTransitional and Permanent HousingHelps homeless families achieve self-sufficiency while addressing the root causes of homelessness.
North Fulton Child Development AssociationGreat Start Scholarship Program (GSSP)EducationChild Care SubsidiesProvides exemplary early care and education to low-income children (1-5 years of age), thereby building a solid foundation for school readiness.
North Fulton Community CharitiesNorth Fulton Community Charities Emergency AssistanceHomelessnessFinancial AssistanceSeeks to prevent homelessness by assisting residents with basic needs of food, clothing, rent, utilities, medical and transportation; also, offers a variety of life skill classes, brokering services with other agencies and advocating for affordable health care and other services.
Odyssey Family Counseling CenterAdult Substance Abuse ServicesHealthSubstance Abuse TreatmentProvides three programs: psychoeducation for those that are displaying behaviors that are precursors to substance use and abuse; outpatient treatment for those with drug abuse problems; and a program for women that also assists with job readiness and active employment.
Odyssey Family Counseling CenterMental Health CounselingHealthMental HealthIncreases coping skills and functioning ability for children, adolescents and adults; ultimately, reduces the need for more intensive levels of care such as hospitalization.
Odyssey Family Counseling CenterAdolescent Substance Abuse PreventionEducationRisky Behaviors PreventionProvides a skill building program that is designed to teach high-risk youth between the (10-17 years of age) healthy ways of getting their needs met, thus reducing risky behaviors associated with drug use.
Our House, Inc.Early Childhood EducationEducationChild Care SubsidiesProvides high-quality child care and early childhood education (ECE) for homeless children (6 weeks to through 5 years of age) that promote optimal growth and progress along the developmental continuum and gives children a solid foundation on which to build future academic success.
Our House, Inc.CDA Training and EmploymentIncomeTransitional EmploymentProvides homeless participants with free training for a Child Development Associate (CDA) certificate; CDA course is specifically designed for homeless participants by incorporating paid transitional employment and case management services and support.
Partnership Against Domestic ViolenceSupportive Housing Program, Fulton and Gwinnett CountiesHomelessnessTransitional and Permanent HousingProvides survivors of domestic violence and their children with transitional housing and case management services for a maximum of 24 months.
Partnership Against Domestic ViolencePartnership Against Domestic Violence Safe House Program, Fulton and Gwinnett CountiesHomelessnessAssessment CentersProvides emergency housing and comprehensive case management services for survivors of domestic violence and their children.
Partnership for Community Action, Inc.Head Start/Early Head StartEducationChild Care SubsidiesProvides child care and early education for babies and children (newborn up to 5 years old) with the strong early education background, skills and confidence to enter school prepared to learn.
Phoenix Pass, Inc.Transitional Housing and Resource ServicesHomelessnessTransitional and Permanent HousingProvides stable and secure housing for homeless families while mothers complete a holistic curriculum-based education for improving their workplace, parenting, and life skills.
Planned Parenthood of GeorgiaWomen's Health ProgramHealthPrimary HealthProvides quality health care services and health education (assessments, physical exams, cancer and hypertension screenings, HIV testing and counseling), primarily to women, who are low income, uninsured or underinsured.
Positive GrowthPositive GrowthEducationOut of School TimeProvides individualized, integrated services (academic support, conflict resolution skills, etc.) to address the complex and interrelated needs of troubled youth and their parents and families.
Premier Academy, Inc.Premier Academy, Inc. (Child Care)EducationChild Care SubsidiesProvides quality, accredited educational programming for at-risk preschool aged children from low-income families, preparing them for school readiness and long-term academic success.
Prevent Child Abuse RockdalePrevent Child Abuse RockdaleBasic NeedsChild Abuse and NeglectUses community-based parent and family education and support programs that build on existing family strengths, increase confidence and competence in their parenting abilities, and enhance overall family functioning to prevent initial or subsequent child abuse and neglect.
Project Open Hand Atlanta, Inc.Meals Programs HealthHome Based SupportHelps people prevent or better manage chronic disease through comprehensive nutrition care which combines home-delivered meals and nutrition education.
Project ReNeWalProject Renewal Domestic Violence Intervention ProgramHomelessnessAssessment CentersProvides confidential emergency shelter for victims of domestic violence; in addition to shelter, other services are provided, such as food, clothing, financial assistance, legal advocacy, case management and counseling.
New American Pathways (Formerly Refugee Resettlement and Immigration Services of Atlanta)One to One Track of the RFS Afterschool ProgramEducationOut of School TimeProvides customized literacy tutoring and academic support for refugee youth (grades K-12).
New American Pathways (Formerly Refugee Resettlement and Immigration Services of Atlanta)Strengthening FamiliesEducationFamily/Parent EngagementProvides programming that ensures parents are effective teachers and advocates for their children (ages 0-5), and that the children are school-ready.
Resources for Residents and Communities of Georgia, Inc.RRC Homeownership CenterIncomeAsset Building and PreservationProvides individuals and families with a continuum of services, including pre- and post-purchase education, foreclosure prevention counseling, and financial literacy workshops.
Rockdale Emergency Relief FundHousing Retention and Financial Assistance ProgramHomelessnessFinancial AssistanceProvides assistance and supportive services, utilizing a comprehensive, solutions-based service model, to stabilize housing for participants to restore their self-sufficiency.
Saint Joseph's Mercy Care Services, Inc.Mercy Clinic DowntownHealthPrimary HealthProvides comprehensive primary care, dental services, and health education to the homeless and underserved; also supportive services to patients managing chronic diseases (diabetes, hypertension and asthma).
Salvation ArmyThe Salvation Army Corps Youth/ Afterschool/Summer ProgramEducationOut of School TimePrograms provide educational, social, and character building activities for low-income, homeless and precariously housed youth.
Salvation ArmyThe Salvation Army Financial Emergency ServicesHomelessnessFinancial AssistanceProvides direct financial assistance and case management services for individuals and families who have experienced a traumatic change in their ability to pay rent, mortgage, or utility bills.
Salvation ArmyThe Salvation Army Red Shield Services Family Transitional ProgramHomelessnessTransitional and Permanent HousingOffers shelter and services (food, clothing and case management) for homeless families with children.
Salvation ArmyThe Salvation Red Shield Supportive Emergency ProgramHomelessnessAssessment CentersOffers up to 6 months of shelter and supportive services (food, clothing, case management, and life skills classes) for homeless single adult males, females and transgender participants.
Salvation ArmyThe Salvation Army Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Atlanta’s After School/Summer Youth Development ProEducationOut of School TimeEnsures that disadvantaged youngsters (6 to 18 years) have greater access to quality programs and services that will enhance their lives and shape their futures.
Scottdale Child Development CenterScottdale Child Development & Family Resource Center, Inc. of Central DeKalbEducationChild Care SubsidiesProvides a comprehensive base of learning for children (6 weeks-5 years) that includes pre-reading literacy lessons; pre-math lessons; and development of social, emotional, self-help and motor skills. Scholarships for low/moderate income children are also provided.
Senior Citizen Services of Metro AtlantaMeals On Wheels AtlantaBasic NeedsSupport for SeniorsPrepares and delivers nutritious meals to frail or homebound seniors who are unable to prepare or afford meals on their own, due to circumstances such as a disability.
Senior Citizen Services of Metro AtlantaVivian T. Minor Adult Day CareBasic NeedsSupport for SeniorsProvides support and an Adult Day Health program for seniors and their families, which includes health consultations, specialized physical and cognitive exercises and opportunities to socialize with others.
Senior ConnectionsIn-Home CareBasic NeedsSupport for SeniorsProvides assistance to seniors who are unable to perform one or more activities of daily living, including assistance with personal care, homemaking, grooming/bathing, medication reminders and meal preparation. Respite services for caretakers of seniors are also provided.
Senior ConnectionsMeals-On-WheelsBasic NeedsSupport for SeniorsPrepares and delivers nutritious meals to frail or homebound seniors — mainly women aged 60 and older — who are unable to prepare or afford meals on their own.
Sheltering Arms Early Education and Family CentersSheltering Arms Early Education & Family Centers: Child Care SubsidiesEducationChild Care SubsidiesProvides affordable, high-quality childcare and early education for low-income children so they are prepared for school success; offers with scholarships to working families for child care, after school and summer.
Shepherd's Rest MinistriesShepherd's Rest Ministries, Inc.HomelessnessAssessment CentersA safe house for abused and homeless women and children; program consists of a 24-hour crisis line, emergency housing and transportation, food, clothing, legal advocacy, domestic violence counseling & resource referrals, etc.
Sickle Cell Foundation of GeorgiaDisease Detection & Counseling/Community InformationHealthPrevention EducationDesigned to prevent or reduce the number of unnecessary emergency room visits by helping sickle cell patients manage their chronic illness and educating the public about the risks of this condition.
Southern Crescent Habitat for HumanitySouthern Crescent Habitat for Humanity - HomeBuyer Education/CounselingIncomeAsset Building and PreservationEducates low to moderate income prospective homebuyers about the home purchase process and prepares them for the responsibilities of homeownership.
St. Jude's Recovery CenterDetoxification and Assessment ProgramHealthSubstance Abuse TreatmentDetoxification services are designed to enable clients to cope with their addiction, improve their health, and participate as fully as possible in society.
St. Jude's Recovery CenterLong-Term Residential TreatmentHealthSubstance Abuse TreatmentProvides clients with transitional housing; intensive addiction treatment; primary health care, which addresses all physical and mental issues; employment aid; and family support services. Program components enable clients to maintain daily activities, achieve self-sufficiency, and lead productive lives.
St. Jude's Recovery CenterSt. Jude's Primary Care ClinicHealthPrimary HealthProvides primary health care services for low-income and/or homeless individuals, including comprehensive physicals; HIV testing; access to over-the-counter medications; medication monitoring; individual assessments for those with mental illness; and treatment for acute and chronic health conditions.
Sullivan CenterStepping StonesHomelessnessFinancial AssistancePrevent families and individuals from experiencing homelessness. Program activities include, but are not limited to, intake and assessment and direct financial aid for rent, mortgage, utilities, and prescriptions. Clients investigate with a case worker’s help, the root cause of their barriers to stable housing.
The Center for Family ResourcesDirect ServicesHomelessnessFinancial AssistanceP rovides financial assistance with rent and/or utility payments to stabilize families in crisis and prevent homelessness; case management and other supportive services, such as food, transportation, prescriptions, financial management counseling, and employment skills training, are also available.
The Center for Family ResourcesHousing ServicesHomelessnessTransitional and Permanent HousingProvides transitional housing and supportive services for homeless families for up to 24 months. Participants are required to work, be drug free, establish a savings account and meet with case managers to review progress in accomplishing their individual goals.
The Council on AgingSenior Benefits Outreach and Enrollment ServicesBasic NeedsSupport for SeniorsEmpowers underserved, uninformed and low-income senior citizens to maintain their dignity and independence. The program educates, connects, and enrolls seniors and caregivers to entitlements, programs, and services which improve the quality of their lives.
The Drake HouseThe Drake HouseHomelessnessAssessment CentersProvides immediate, fully furnished housing for homeless women and their children. This housing is combined with a comprehensive program of support services and education designed to improve life skills, provide stability, and assist them in working toward housing self-sufficiency.
The Edge ConnectionThe Edge ConnectionIncomeSelf - EmploymentAids low- to moderate-income entrepreneurs desiring to launch, sustain, or grow a business by offering a training program, business consulting and coaching; in addition, monthly seminars and training sessions in technology, financial literacy, and credit and loan packaging are offered.
The Extension, Inc.Residential Recovery ProgramHomelessnessTransitional and Permanent HousingProvides drug and alcohol recovery services to homeless men and women.
The Good Samaritan Health Center, Inc.Expanding Medical Home AccessHealthPrimary HealthHelps low-income, uninsured and underinsured individuals successfully access primary health care services by providing comprehensive primary health care, specialty care referrals and patient navigation.
The Study HallThe Study Hall, Inc.EducationOut of School TimeStrengthens the academic, socioeconomic, civic, and physical health of participants. Services include, but are not limited to: homework assistance, tutorials, computer based learning programs, and enrollment in a literacy program.
Travelers Aid of Metropolitan Atlanta, Inc.HOPE Atlanta - Homeless Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing ProgramHomelessnessFinancial AssistanceAssists those who are experiencing a crisis that could lead to homelessness. Financial assistance is provided for rent, deposits, moving costs, and/or utilities; other services include case management, advocacy, and referrals to help people improve their economic situations.
Travelers Aid of Metropolitan Atlanta, Inc.HOPE Atlanta - Permanent Supportive Housing ProgramHomelessnessTransitional and Permanent HousingA community-based, permanent housing program primarily for the chronically homeless and homeless women with children that promotes self-sufficiency and offers a full continuum of prevention, intervention, and ongoing support services.
Truancy Intervention Project Georgia, Inc.Truancy Intervention Project Georgia, Inc.EducationRisky Behaviors PreventionServes children who are chronically absent from school by pairing them with trained community volunteers that provide the students and their families with resources and services to ensure good attendance and success in school.
Urban League of Greater Atlanta Inc. (Formerly Atlanta Urban League)Workforce Development: Transitional Employment & Career Opportunity ProgramIncomeTransitional EmploymentEmpowers individuals (formerly incarcerated persons, formerly homeless and TANF eligible) with barriers to employment to become self-sufficient; assists in securing and sustaining employment and completing career preparation/training, if needed.
Urban League of Greater Atlanta Inc. (Formerly Atlanta Urban League)Urban League of Greater Atlanta Housing Counseling and Education ProgramIncomeAsset Building and PreservationProvides pre-purchase/post-purchase counseling and education for first time home buyers, existing homeowners, and individuals impacted by foreclosure, predatory lending, and current/future economic factors that may have caused a decline in household income.
USO Council of GeorgiaUSOBasic NeedsGeneralPrograms and services to support military and military families. Services to ensure families are healthy and self-sufficient: food, transportation, crisis-intervention, recreation, entertainment, deployment and welcome home services, as well as special services to wounded warriors and families of the fallen.
Vision Rehabilitation Services of GeorgiaGAP-Vision Rehabilitation for adults and children with disabilitiesHealthLife SkillsProvides comprehensive vision rehabilitation services (activities of daily living, health management, travel skills and self-advocacy) to adults and children who have a vision loss significant enough to affect their ability to live independently.
VOX Teen CommunicationsVOX Teen NewspaperEducationOut of School TimeOffers creative, healthy outlets, activities and training sessions for teens to learn more about and/or participate in peer and civic engagement, self-expression and career development.
Whitefoord Community ProgramSchool-based Primary Health Care CentersHealthPrimary HealthHelps and provides support for children and their families with issues, such as access to health care; early childhood development and stimulation; quality after school programs; adult literacy and GED training; and job training.
Whitefoord Community ProgramWhitefoord Child DevelopmentEducationChild Care SubsidiesProvides quality and professional early learning services to low and moderate income children (6 weeks to 5 years old) and their families. Curriculum focuses on school readiness and engaging children in activities that promote language, problem solving, and cooperative living skills.
Wholistic Stress Control Institute, Inc.PEACE ProjectEducationRisky Behaviors PreventionProvides behavior prevention/intervention training and positive coping skills for students that exhibit violent and disruptive behaviors while at school; offers resources and opportunities for parents to learn how to better support their children's development.
Year Up AtlantaYear Up AtlantaEducationPost-Secondary Education SupportCombines marketable job skills training, internships, college credits, and support services to empower low-income urban young adults (ages 18-24); effectively moves young adults out of poverty with a two-phased program: Learning & Development and Internships.
YMCA of Metropolitan AtlantaYMCA Pre-school ProgramEducationChild Care SubsidiesProvides access to quality preschool and pre-kindergarten programs for at-risk children and families.
YMCA of Metropolitan AtlantaYMCA Prime Time After School Enrichment ProgramEducationOut of School TimeProvides after-school programs that focus intentionally on improving participants' reading and math scores.
YMCA of Metropolitan AtlantaYMCA Teen Leadership ProgramEducationLeadership and Service LearningOffers inspiration, focused learning and leadership opportunities for more than 4,400 middle and high school students.
Youth VibeYouth V.I.B.E. Afterschool Academic and Enrichment ProgramEducationOut of School TimeAssists youth in academics, mentoring, homework assistance, test-taking strategies, enrichment activities and job readiness; also introduces youth to the world of business and entrepreneurship and enhances social, cultural and community awareness.
youthSpark, Inc.The Voices Project: Ending the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of ChildrenEducationRisky Behaviors PreventionProvides healthy and holistic development programs for young girls (ages 11-17) who are at high risk for becoming victims of child sex trafficking.
YWCA of Greater AtlantaEarly Learning Academy EducationChild Care SubsidiesProvides access to quality preschool and pre-kindergarten programs for children (6 weeks to 5 years of age).
YWCA of Greater AtlantaTeen Girls in TechnologyEducationLeadership and Service LearningOffers middle and high school girls a STEM-based (science, technology, engineering and math) after school program that provides innovative learning opportunities while helping them develop critical thinking and problem solving skills.
YWCA of Northwest Georgia, Inc.Sexual Assault ServicesBasic NeedsSexual Assault ServicesProvides services to victims of sexual assault, including a 24-hour crisis hotline and free medical forensic examinations for victims. Advocates also accompany victims to the hospital; provide clothing; and free counseling.
YWCA of Northwest Georgia, Inc.Transitional HousingHomelessnessTransitional and Permanent HousingHelps clients move from domestic violence shelters into transitional housing; other supportive services, including case management and counseling, are available.