Family Assistance


Sumter County Schools ASTEP

To provide for each child a supportive, interesting, and adult-supervised environment for after-school care. During their after-school hours, the children who attend these programs enjoy hobbies, assist in chores, complete homework assignments, engage in self-discovery play, and improve physical fitness

Service Area(s): Sumter

Buddies In School

To make a positive difference in the lives of children and youth primarily through a professionally-supported one on one relationship with a caring adult, and to assist them in achieving their highest potential as they grow to become responsible men and women by providing trained, committed volunteers and a program and services which enhance the volunteer efforts

Service Area(s): Crisp Dooly Macon Marion Schley Sumter Webster Wilcox

Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving (GSW)

Establishes local, state, and national partnerships committed to building quality long-term, home and community services. A local initiative that provides caregivers support that promotes health, skills and resilience. A Care Coach provides assessment, care planning, resource, and referral information. Services can be provided in the Center during regular hours or at a time and location that is convenient. Workshops on effective caregiver practices are provided to both family and professional caregivers.

Service Area(s): Baker Calhoun Colquitt Decatur Dougherty Early Grady Lee Miller Mitchell Seminole Terrell Thomas Worth

Methodist Home for Children and Youth

To provide a safe, caring environment for emotionally & behaviorally disturbed children

Service Area(s): Baker Calhoun Colquitt Decatur Dougherty Early Grady Lee Miller Mitchell Seminole Terrell Thomas Worth
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