Providing free legal services to those with low incomes including: Civil cases, wills for elderly, tenant affairs, domestic violence, bankruptcy, guardianship, child custody, social Security for kids under 18, consumer matters, some divorce cases, healthcare public benefits, probate matters
A long-term, residential program designed for females with a primary disability of substance abuse that prevents them from obtaining or maintaining employment. Individuals must meet at least one or the following criteria: Pregnant (priority given to pregnant women), have children 13 years of age or younger, attempting to regain custody of minor children, priority will be given to TANF recipients and clients who are TANF eligible.
To learn as much as possible about the experiences of families with Alzheimer’s or related dementia in this region, to reduce caregiver burden and improve or sustain caregiver physical and emotional health. This is accomplished by identifying the areas that the caregiver feels are their most challenging or where they need help and to link families to the resources/programs that are most appropriate to meet their needs. Once the family is invited to participate in the REACH program, they receive coaching in problem solving skills and how to access information and resources to empower them to continue to cope with their challenges even after the program is ended. Participation in the full GA REACH Project consists of twelve home or telephone based sessions, participation in five telephone discussions with other caregivers.
Free Adult Education classes: Basic level designed to teach basic reading, writing, math, and language skills to adults performing on a 0-4 grade level, Intermediate level-designed to teach adults who have a minimal competence in reading, writing, math, and language and who are performing on grade levels 5-8, Secondary (GED) designed to teach all content areas required to pass the GED test. GED Testing available as needed on a scheduled basis