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.
Vocational counseling and guidance, job development and placement, vocational evaluation, rehabilitation technology, academic training, community work adjustment training, on-the-job training, supported employment, physical restoration, mental restoration, and other support services
assist member systems in building capacity by offering authentic research-based learning experiences for educators. We strive to increase content knowledge, awareness, and skills so that educators may create opportunities for enhanced student achievement including: psychological and special education services, technical services, drug-free schools services, research planning, staff development, curriculum, math consultants, language art consultants
The Department of Family and Children Services is responsible for administering Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF), Medicaid, Food Stamps, Social Service programs and Childcare Assistance. Crisp County: (229) 276-2349 Dooly County: (229) 268-4111 Lee County: (229) 759-3000 Macon County: (478) 472-3700 Marion County: (229) 649-2311 Randolph County: (229) 732-3742 Schley County: (229) 937-2591 Stewart County: (229) 838-4335 Sumter County: (229) 931-2462 Sumter County Social Service Intake (229) 314-1521 Taylor County: (478) 862-5221 Terrell County: (229) 995-4431 Webster County: (229) 828-6265 Wilcox County (229) 365-2243