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Directory of Nonprofit and Community Organizations

A directory of nonprofit and community organizations that either currently receive funds from DeKalb County or require DeKalb County approval to receive grants from other funding sources

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DeKalb County Human and Community Development Department

November 2003

DeKalb County, Georgia Directory of Nonprofit and Community Organizations

This directory includes a listing of 106 nonprofit and community organizations. The directory is not intended to be comprehensive and only includes organizations that either currently receive funds from DeKalb County or require County approval to receive grants from other funding sources as follows: · · · · · · · Children and Youth Coordinating Council Funds (County Approval Required) DeKalb Community Development Block Grant (HUD) DeKalb Emergency Shelter Grant (HUD) DeKalb HOME Funds (HUD) DeKalb Human / Community Service Funds (General Funds) Georgia Department of Community Affairs Supportive Housing Funds (County Approval Required) Georgia Local Assistance Grants (County Approval Required)

Service providers working under contracts with the County-based Aging Program (Office of Senior Affairs), Juvenile Court, and Workforce Development are also included. Inclusion of an organization in this directory is not an endorsement by the DeKalb County Government of the policies, services, or programs provided by these organizations. The information contained herein was provided directly by the organization for inclusion in the directory or extracted from previously submitted information. DeKalb County is not responsible for any errors or omissions. Since changes occur frequently in services, programs, and funding, agencies and organizations should be contacted directly for up-to-date information.

Prepared by the DeKalb County Human and Community Development Department

November 2003

Acknowledgments

The DeKalb County Human and Community Development is pleased to update this directory and share it with the DeKalb community. We appreciate and acknowledge all of the agencies, organizations, and volunteers that serve DeKalb citizens and improve the quality of life for the entire community. Special thanks to the Finance Department, Juvenile Court, Parks and Recreation, and Workforce Development staff for assistance in preparing this directory.

Project Team

Jewell Collins ­ Project Coordinator Brenda Wilson ­ Community Development Division Team Leader Lorie Burnett ­ Special Contractor Deyna Rumph ­ Student Intern Rodney Johnson ­ Assistant Director for Human Services Chris Morris ­ Director

Table of Contents

100 Black Men of America, Inc.......................................................................................................1 100 Black Women, Inc ....................................................................................................................1 Action Ministries, Inc ......................................................................................................................2 Africa's Children's Fund, Inc ...........................................................................................................2 American Association of Adapted Sports Programs. ......................................................................3 ART Station, Inc. .............................................................................................................................3 Atlanta Legal Aid Society Inc. ­ DeKalb Office.............................................................................4 Black Women's Coalition of Atlanta, Inc........................................................................................4 Breakthru House, Inc .......................................................................................................................5 Browns Mill Civic & Athletic Association......................................................................................5 Burnt Fork Watershed Alliance .......................................................................................................6 Center for Pan-Asian Community Services, Inc..............................................................................6 Childkind, Inc. .................................................................................................................................7 The Children and Teenagers Foundation, Inc..................................................................................7 Children's Restoration Network ......................................................................................................8 CHRIS Homes, Inc. .........................................................................................................................8 Clifton Sanctuary Ministries, Inc.....................................................................................................9 Clinical Alternative Resource Associates, LLC ..............................................................................9 Coalition of Concerned Africans, Inc ............................................................................................10 Compeer Atlanta ............................................................................................................................10 Computers in the Hood, Inc. ..........................................................................................................11 Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Greater Atlanta, Inc.......................................................11 The Council on Alcohol and Drugs ...............................................................................................11 Cowart Family YMCA. .................................................................................................................12 Decatur-area Emergency Assistance Ministry...............................................................................12 Decatur Cooperative Ministry, Inc. ...............................................................................................13 DeKalb Citizen Advocacy, Inc. .....................................................................................................13 DeKalb Council for the Arts ..........................................................................................................14 DeKalb County CASA/DeKalb Juvenile Foundation, Inc ............................................................14

DeKalb Court Services ..................................................................................................................15 DeKalb Enterprise Business Corporation ......................................................................................15 DeKalb Metro Housing Counseling Center, Inc............................................................................16 DeKalb Rape Crisis Center, Inc.....................................................................................................16 Delta Life Development Center, Inc..............................................................................................17 Developmental Disabilities Council of DeKalb, Inc .....................................................................17 The Dunwoody Preservation Trust, Inc. ........................................................................................18 East Lake Family YMCA ..............................................................................................................18 Elaine Clark Center for Exceptional Children ...............................................................................19 Family Ties, Inc .............................................................................................................................19 Family Values Net-Works, Inc ......................................................................................................20 The Frazer Center, Inc ...................................................................................................................20 Furniture Bank of Metro Atlanta, Inc. ...........................................................................................21 Georgia Center For Children .........................................................................................................21 Georgia Community Support and Solutions, Inc...........................................................................22 Georgia Counseling Network, Inc .................................................................................................22 Georgia Parent Support Network...................................................................................................23 GSU Neighborhood Collaborative Senior Corps Programs ..........................................................23 Good Shepherd Services ................................................................................................................24 Goodwill Industries of North Georgia, Inc ....................................................................................24 Green Forest Community Development Corporation....................................................................25 I AM, Inc........................................................................................................................................25 I CARE Volunteer Drivers for Seniors..........................................................................................26 Initiative For Affordable Housing, Inc ..........................................................................................26 Integrated Life Center, Inc.............................................................................................................27 Interfaith Outreach Home, Inc .......................................................................................................27 International Family Services ........................................................................................................28 International Women's House, Inc ................................................................................................28 Jerusalem House, Inc .....................................................................................................................29 Jewish Family & Career Services, Inc...........................................................................................29 Justice Center of Atlanta, Inc.........................................................................................................30

Khadijaland, Inc.............................................................................................................................30 Latin American Association, Inc ...................................................................................................31 Literacy Volunteers of America - Metro Atlanta...........................................................................31 Living Room, Inc ...........................................................................................................................32 Lynwood Park Community Development Corporation.................................................................32 Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta/Housemate Match ................................................33 Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta/Weinstein Center..................................................33 Marriott Foundation Bridges... from school to work ....................................................................34 Men Stopping Violence .................................................................................................................34 Metro Atlanta Task Force for the Homeless, Inc...........................................................................35 Metro Fair Housing Services, Inc ..................................................................................................35 Murphey-Candler Girls' Fastpitch Softball Association ...............................................................36 Murphey-Candler Little League, Inc .............................................................................................36 Nicholas House, Inc. ......................................................................................................................37 Oakhurst Medical Centers, Inc .....................................................................................................37 Our House, Inc. ..............................................................................................................................38 Partnership for Community Action................................................................................................38 Pathways Community Network, Inc. .............................................................................................39 People Making Progress ................................................................................................................39 Phoenix Alliance, Inc.....................................................................................................................40 Positive Growth, Inc ......................................................................................................................40 Prevent Child Abuse Georgia, Inc .................................................................................................41 Project New Direction, Inc. ...........................................................................................................41 Project Open Hand - Atlanta, Inc...................................................................................................42 Push Push Theater..........................................................................................................................42 Quality Care for Children, Inc .......................................................................................................43 Refugee Family Services, Inc ........................................................................................................43 Rock Chapel Youth Association....................................................................................................44 Safe Haven Transitional, Inc..........................................................................................................44 St. Joseph's Mercy Care Services..................................................................................................45 St. Vincent DePaul Society, Inc ....................................................................................................45

Samaritan House/Café 458 ............................................................................................................46 Scottdale Child Development & Family Resource Center, Inc. - Central DeKalb........................46 Selective Training Educational Ministries, Inc. (STEM). .............................................................47 Senior Connections, Inc .................................................................................................................47 Shearith Israel Night Shelter for Women.......................................................................................48 Sisters Helping One Another with Resources and Education, Inc (SHARE)................................48 South DeKalb Business Incubator, Inc ..........................................................................................49 South DeKalb Improvement Initiative...........................................................................................49 Specialized Transportation Systems, Inc. ......................................................................................50 Total Family and Children Services of Georgia ............................................................................50 Transition House, Inc.....................................................................................................................51 Traveler's Aid of Metropolitan Atlanta .........................................................................................51 Victory Outreach in Community Empowerment/VOICE..............................................................52 Visiting Nurse Health System........................................................................................................52 Women's Resource Center to End Domestic Violence .................................................................53 Wonderland Gardens .....................................................................................................................53 Index of Funding Sources ........................................................................................................ 54-61 Services Provided by Type ...................................................................................................... 62-63

DeKalb Directory of Nonprofit and Community Organizations

100 Black Men of America, Inc. DeKalb County Chapter

3951 Snapfinger Parkway, Suite 315 Decatur, GA 30035 Contact(s): Mae D. Jones Executive Director Phone: (404) 288-2772 Fax: (404) 288-0107 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] Service Area(s): DeKalb County Services Provided: Provide mentorship to young men enrolled in DeKalb County Schools Eligibility Restrictions: Young men must be in DeKalb County Schools, grades 4-12 Service Accessibility: Referral, walk-in Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): None Hours of Operation: Mon. - Fri. 9:00 a.m. - 5 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: None

100 Black Women, Inc.

Decatur-DeKalb Chapter 4150 Snapfinger Woods Drive, Suite 114 Decatur, GA 30035 Contact(s): Pamela S. Stephenson President Phone: (404) 288-3399 or (404) 815-7400 Fax: (404) 288-0210 or (404) 815-7060 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] Service Area(s): DeKalb County Services Provided: Leadership development programs for teen girls attending high school in DeKalb County who are at risk of teen pregnancy, violence, and substance abuse Eligibility Restrictions: Must be in the 9th or 10th grade and commit to remain in program through completion of high school Service Accessibility: Complete application through coalition, PTA, or school counselor Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): None Hours of Operation: Second Saturday of every month, 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: None

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Action Ministries, Inc.

Atlanta Urban Ministry 458 Ponce de Leon Avenue, NE Atlanta, GA 30308 Contact(s): Elna Sheetz Executive Director Phone: (404) 881-6744 Fax: (404) 881-8183 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] [email protected] Service Area(s): 10-County Metro Atlanta area Services Provided: Transitional family housing; Women's Community Kitchen for homeless women and children; Atlanta Emergency Aid Ministry for emergency financial assistance and food; the Children's Program at the Atlanta Union Mission on Milton Ave. Eligibility Restrictions: Families must be homeless with children Service Accessibility: Telephone: Kelly Young at (404) 881-6744, ext. 11 Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): 30% of adjusted gross income Hours of Operation: Office: Mon. - Fri., 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.; Home access - 24/7 Languages Served Other Than English: Spanish

Africa's Children's Fund, Inc.

241 Peachtree Street, Suite 200 Atlanta, GA 30303 Contact(s): Victor Mbaba Director Phone: (770) 465-6610 Fax: (770) 413-1350 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] Service Area(s): DeKalb and Fulton counties Services Provided: Mentoring, tutoring, and counseling services; wrap around services; supportive services; transitional housing services Eligibility Restrictions: None Service Accessibility: Referral Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): None Hours of Operation: 9 a.m. - 9 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: Ethiopian, Somalian, and Sudanese

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American Association of Adapted Sports Programs

P.O. Box 538 Pine Lake, GA 30072 Contact(s): Bev Vaughn CEO, Co-Founder Tommie Storms, COO, Co-Founder Phone: (404) 294-0070 Fax: (404) 294-5758 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] ts[email protected] www.aaasp.org Service Area(s): Program sites throughout Georgia Services Provided: Provides Georgia's interscholastic sports for kids with physical disabilities or visual impairments, grades 1-12; governs high school athletics for this population on behalf of the Georgia High School Association Eligibility Restrictions: Primary disability must be physical or visual Service Accessibility: Contact AAASP office for placement on teams throughout Georgia in order to compete in athletics during the school year Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): No cost to families for programs supported by school systems and community partners; DeKalb County's programs are at no cost to participants Hours of Operation: Office hours Mon. ­ Fri. 9 a.m.- 5 p.m.; practices and competitions held weekly during each sport season of the school year Languages Served Other Than English: Determined at each program site, based on need

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ART Station, Inc.

5384 Manor Drive Stone Mountain, GA 30083 Contact(s): David Thomas President and Artistic Director Michael Hidalgo Associate Producer Phone: (770) 469-1105 Fax: (770) 469-0355 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] [email protected] www.artstation.org Service Area(s): DeKalb, Gwinnett, Rockdale, and Fulton counties Services Provided: Arts classes, theatre performances, art exhibitions; and outreach services Eligibility Restrictions: None Service Accessibility: Walk-in Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): Theatre tickets - $24.00; arts camp - $104/per week; children's theatre - $6.00; and art classes $89.00 Hours of Operation: Office: Tue. - Fri. 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.; Theatre, events, etc.: Wed. - Sat. 8 p.m. - 10 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: None

Atlanta Legal Aid Society, Inc. ­ DeKalb Office

246 Sycamore Street, Suite 120 Decatur, GA 30030-3434 Contact(s): Steven Gottlieb Executive Director Berryl Anderson Staff Attorney Phone: (404) 377-0701 Fax: (404) 377-2349 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] www.atlantalegalaid.org Service Area(s): DeKalb County Services Provided: Legal advice; advocacy and referral for lowincome people on civic issues; advocacy for residents of long-term care facilities; advice for DeKalb residents representing themselves in family law matters Eligibility Restrictions: Must have a low income, live in a long-term care facility, or have a DeKalb County family law problem Service Accessibility: Appointment, walk-in Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): None, with the exception of possible court filing fees Hours of Operation: Mon. - Fri. 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: Spanish; translation service also available

The Black Women's Coalition of Atlanta, Inc.

P.O. Box 10743 Atlanta, GA 30310 Contact(s): Charmayne B. Richardson President Phone: (770) 908-7445 Fax: N/A E-Mail/Website: N/A Service Area(s): Metro Atlanta area Services Provided: Mentoring for Lita McClinton-Sullivan Book Scholarship Fund recipients and residents of alternative living quarters and middle school programs; advocates and promoters of wellness activities such as Sickle Cell Walk/Run Eligibility Restrictions: BWCA self-selects long- and short-term community projects Service Accessibility: Telephone Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): N/A Hours of Operation: Depends on activity Languages Served Other Than English: None

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Breakthru House, Inc.

1866 Eastfield Street Decatur, GA 30032 Contact(s): Rebecca Wallace Administrative Director Barbara Larsen Clinical Director Phone: (404) 284-4658 or (404) 289-5099 Fax: (404) 284-4648 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] [email protected] www.actionministries.net/breakthruhouse Service Area(s): DeKalb and Fulton Counties Services Provided: Long-term residential addiction treatment for women Eligibility Restrictions: Must be female, age 18+, addicted to drugs and/or alcohol Service Accessibility: Appointment; self and agency referral Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): $575 per month Hours of Operation: Office: Mon. - Fri. 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.; Houses: 365 days/year, 24/7 Languages Served Other Than English: None

Browns Mill Civic & Athletic Association

5101 Browns Mill Road Lithonia, GA 30088 Contact(s): Mercer McGuire President Phone: (404) 241-0102 Fax: (770) 484 - 2760 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] Service Area(s): All DeKalb County Residents Services Provided: Provides baseball and softball programs for youth 3-18 years old. Eligibility Restrictions: Ages 3-18; No high school player Service Accessibility: Walk In, Appointment (registration time & dates), & Park Information Line­(770) 9814009 Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): Varies Hours of Operation: Monday ­ Friday 6pm ­ 10pm Saturday 8am ­ 6pm Languages Served Other Than English: None

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Burnt Fork Watershed Alliance

2665 Spicer Lane Decatur, GA 30033 Contact(s): Carol Hayes Chair Phone: (404) 320-9187 Fax: (404) 521-0271 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] www.geocities.com/burntforkwa/ Service Area(s): Land area draining into Burnt Fork Creek Services Provided: Bringing citizens, business, and government agencies together to dialogue about the health of Burnt Fork Creek Service Accessibility: Appointment only Languages Served Other Than English: None

Center for Pan-Asian Community Services, Inc.

3760 Park Avenue Doraville, GA 30340 Contact(s): Chaiwon Kim Executive Director Phone: (770) 936-0969 Fax: (770) 458-9377 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] www.cpacs.org Service Area(s): Southeast U.S. Services Provided: Housing services; children and youth services; family services; senior services; economic development/community improvement; homeless services; health services; mental health services; food pantry; disability services Eligibility Restrictions: None Service Accessibility: Referral, walk-in, appointment, and telephone Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): Sliding scale Hours of Operation: Mon. - Fri. 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.; Sat. 10 a.m. ­ 2 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: Korean, Vietnamese, Japanese, Lao, Chinese, and Tagalog

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Childkind, Inc.

1775 Briarwood Road Atlanta, GA 30329 Contact(s): Karl Lehman Director Margaret Ross Director of Daycare Cheryl Benefield Recruitment Training Coordinator Phone: (404) 248-1980 Fax: (404) 248-1981 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] [email protected] www.childkind.org Service Area(s): 10-County Metro Atlanta area Services Provided: Foster and adoptive homes for Georgia's children; monthly training for foster and adoptive parents Eligibility Restrictions: Children must be medically disadvantaged (i.e. HIV/AIDS, autism, Cerebral Palsy, etc.) Service Accessibility: Referral, recruitment events and fairs Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): None Hours of Operation: Mon. - Thu. 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.; Fri. 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: Spanish

The Children & Teenagers Foundation, Inc.

4151 Memorial Drive, Suite 204-A Decatur, GA 30032 Contact(s): Betsy Miller Director Phone: (404) 299-2087 Fax: (404) 299-3564 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] Service Area(s): DeKalb, Clayton, Fulton, Cobb, Gwinnett, Rockdale, Newton, and Walton counties Services Provided: Home, school, and community-based services that increase stability and decrease risk; collaboration of community-based resources; 24-hour crisis intervention; parenting skills training; individual/family counseling; family assessments; drug assessments Eligibility Restrictions: DFCS, DJJ or Juvenile Court involvement; private pay Service Accessibility: Referrals from Juvenile Court, DFCS and private pay Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): $33/hr--behavior aide; $45/hr--in-home monitoring Hours of Operation: Office: Mon.-Fri. 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; 24 hour on-call Languages Served Other Than English: Spanish, French

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Children's Restoration Network

8891 Roswell Road Atlanta, GA 30350 Contact(s): Cliff Kinsey CEO Phone: (770) 649-7117 Fax: (770) 649-7974 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] Service Area(s): 16-County Metro Atlanta area Services Provided: One-on-one tutoring/mentoring programs; new clothes, shoes, school supplies; medical and dental screeings; Thanksgiving dinners; holiday gifts; career preparation workshops Eligibility Restrictions: Must be homeless or "at risk" children or mothers Service Accessibility: Referral, walk-in Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): None Hours of Operation: Mon. - Fri. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Sat. 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: None

CHRIS Homes, Inc.

3111 Clairmont Road, Suite B Atlanta, GA 30329 Contact(s): Kathy Colbenson CEO Phone: (404) 486-9034 Fax: (404) 486-9053 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] www.chrishomes.org Service Area(s): DeKalb County Services Provided: Residential therapeutic group homes for abused and neglected youth; independent living group home and apartment program for youths exiting foster care; transitional living program for older homeless and runaway gay teens; in-home prevention and aftercare programs providing counseling, parenting, and coping skills to atrisk families through DFCS and Juvenile Court; summer camp for at-risk children Eligibility Restrictions: Clients are referred through DFCS Child Protective Services or DeKalb Juvenile Court Service Accessibility: Telephone Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): None Hours of Operation: Central office Mon. ­ Fri. 9 a.m. ­ 5 p.m.; oncall available to all clients for crisis Languages Served Other Than English: Translators utlized as needed

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Clifton Sanctuary Ministries, Inc.

369 Connecticut Avenue, NE Atlanta, GA 30307 Contact(s): Alice Jenkins Executive Director Phone: (404) 373-3253 Fax: (404) 373-3199 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] Service Area(s): Greater Metropolitan Atlanta Services Provided: Men's homeless shelter and residential facility (Joe's Place & Night Hospitality Shelter) Eligibility Restrictions: None Service Accessibility: Referral from social service agencies Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): None Hours of Operation: 24 hours, 7 days a week Languages Served Other Than English: None

Clinical Alternative Resource Associates, LLC

5400 Lawrenceville Highway, Suite E1 Lilburn, GA 30047 Contact(s): Cara Winters Alexander, LCSW CEO Phone: (770) 912-6162 Fax: (770) 925-9321 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] www.carallc.com Service Area(s): Atlanta Metro area; in-home services to DeKalb and Gwinnett counties only Services Provided: Individual, family and group therapy; play therapy; grief therapy; anger management; life skills; self-esteem; parenting skills; psychotherapy services; in-home counseling available. Eligibility Restrictions: Medicaid and Peachcare accepted for counseling services; private pay and some private health insurance accepted; work with youth referred from DeKalb County Juvenile Court Service Accessibility: Referral or appointment only Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): Varies based on services; call for information Hours of Operation: Hours vary by appointment Languages Served Other Than English: None

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Coalition of Concerned Africans, Inc.

P.O. Box 77124 Atlanta, GA 30357 Contact(s): Louis Ebodaghe President Phone: (770) 621-7700 Fax: (770) 694-6990 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] www.africancoalition.org Service Area(s): DeKalb County-Clarkston (youth program) Services Provided: Youth tutoring and mentoring program; advocacy, information gathering and sharing in the African community Eligibility Restrictions: None Service Accessibility: Appointment--call the hotline, (770) 621-7700 Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): None Hours of Operation: N/A Languages Served Other Than English: None

Compeer Atlanta

903 N. Druid Hills Road Atlanta, GA 30319 Contact(s): Doris H. Williams Director Roxanne Hazen Resource Development Coordinator Phone: (678) 686-5909 or (678) 686-5972 Fax: (404) 315-0105 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] [email protected] www.compeeratlanta.org Service Area(s): DeKalb, Fulton, Cobb, Gwinnett, Douglas, Newton, Rockdale, and Clayton counties Services Provided: Peer-based mentoring services for individuals who are recovering from a mental illness, have a developmental disability, and/or are elderly, to keep them living independently in the community Eligibility Restrictions: Must be 18+, elderly, or have a mental illness or developmental disability; client consent also required Service Accessibility: Referral Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): None Hours of Operation: Office hours Mon. - Fri. 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.; volunteers and consumers meet when it is mutually convenient Languages Served Other Than English: None

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Computer In The Hood, Inc.

4001 Presidential Parkway Suite 700 Atlanta, GA 30340 Contact(s): Bisi Coker Phone: (404) 586-0253 Email: bisicoker @13scribes.com

The Council on Alcohol and Drugs

6045 Atlantic Boulevard Norcross, GA 30071 Contact(s): Joy Duncan President Phone: (770) 239-7442 Fax: (770) 239-7443 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] www.livedrugfree.org Service Area(s): Metro Atlanta area Services Provided: Substance abuse prevention education to youths, along with HIV/substance abuse prevention and underage drinking prevention strategies; also program for Latino youth Eligibility Restrictions: None Service Accessibility: Telephone Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): Most services offered at no cost or minimal cost Hours of Operation: Mon. - Fri. 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: Spanish

Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Greater Atlanta, Inc.

100 Edgewood Ave., NE, Suite 1800 Atlanta, GA 30303 Contact(s): Suzanne Boas President Phone: (404) 527-7630 Fax: (404) 527-7662 E-Mail/Website: www.cccsatl.org Service Area(s): 10-County Metro Atlanta Area Services Provided: Comprehensive housing counseling and homebuyer education workshops Eligibility Restrictions: None Service Accessibility: Appointment Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): None Hours of Operation: Mon. - Fri. 8 a.m. ­ 6 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: Spanish

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Cowart Family YMCA

3692 Ashford Dunwoody Road Atlanta, GA 30319 Contact(s): Kristin McEwen Executive Director Phone: (770) 451-9622 Fax: (770) 451-2217 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] Service Area(s): Chamblee/Dunwoody area--DeKalb and Fulton counties Services Provided: Provides services to all people in the community, from infants to active older adults Eligibility Restrictions: None Service Accessibility: Referral and walk-in Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): Varies based on program or service--call for details Hours of Operation: Mon. - Fri. 5:45 a.m. - 10 p.m.; Sat. 8 a.m. ­ 6 p.m.; Sun. 1 p.m. ­ 8 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: By appointment only

Decatur-area Emergency Assistance Ministry (DEAM)

515 E. Ponce de Leon Avenue Decatur, GA 30030 Contact(s): Mary Reimer Executive Secretary and Projects Coordinator Phone: (404) 373-2300 Fax: (404) 373-9283 (before 8 a.m./after noon) E-Mail/Website: N/A Service Area(s): DeKalb County (limited to area bounded by I285 on the east, LaVista Rd. on the north, Moreland/Briarcliff on the west, and Glenwood Ave./Rd. on the south) Services Provided: Assistance financially with utility bills (except telephone); prescriptions; food; rent; tokens for transportation to/from doctor appointments and job interviews; access to clothing closet Eligibility Restrictions: Call for more information Service Accessibility: Referral, walk-in Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): None Hours of Operation: Mon. - Fri. 9 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Languages Served Other Than English: None

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Decatur Cooperative Ministry, Inc.

P. O. Box 457 Decatur, GA 30031 Contact(s): Beth Vann Executive Director Phone: (404) 377-5365 Fax: (404) 370-1413 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] www.decaturcooperativeministry.org Service Area(s): DeKalb County Services Provided: Homeless prevention; emergency assistance; emergency shelter for women with children; transitional housing; technology center/computer classes; support services-- counseling and case management Eligibility Restrictions: Call for more details Service Accessibility: Referral, walk-in Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): None Hours of Operation: Call for details Languages Served Other Than English: Spanish

DeKalb Citizen Advocacy, Inc.

315 W. Ponce de Leon Avenue, Suite 550 Decatur, GA 30030 Contact(s): Montez Crider Coordinator Phone: (404) 373-0118 Fax: (404) 373-7311 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] Service Area(s): DeKalb County Services Provided: Initiation and support of one-to-one relationships between people who have developmental disabilities and are at risk of abuse, neglect and social isolation, and ordinary, valued citizens from the community Eligibility Restrictions: Must have developmental disabilities and be a resident of DeKalb County Service Accessibility: Active recruitment of people with developmental disabilities at training centers and places where they live, work, and attend workshops; referrals accepted occasionally if people meet criteria Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): None Hours of Operation: Mon. - Fri. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; occasional weekend and evening operations Languages Served Other Than English: Staff is English-speaking, but will provide services to speakers of other languages

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DeKalb Council for the Arts

108 E. Ponce de Leon Avenue, Suite 200 Decatur, GA 30030 Contact(s): Jack Sartain Interim Executive Director Phone: (404) 371-8826 Fax: (404) 371-9010 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] Service Area(s): DeKalb County Services Provided: Regranting of funds for arts programming in DeKalb; promotion of cultural tourism through arts in DeKalb; arts resource for residents of DeKalb Eligibility Restrictions: None Service Accessibility: Referral, walk-in, and appointment Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): None Hours of Operation: Mon. - Fri. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: None

DeKalb County Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA)/ DeKalb Juvenile Foundation, Inc.

P.O. Box 768 Avondale Estates, GA 30002 215 Laredo Drive Decatur, GA 30030 Contact(s): Ann Eagerton Executive Director Phone: (404) 378-0038 Fax: (404) 373-2417 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] www.dekalbcasa.org Service Area(s): DeKalb County only Services Provided: Court Appointed Special Advocate volunteers advocate for the best interests of children in foster care in DeKalb County; the DeKalb Juvenile Foundation provides support for CASA volunteers Eligibility Restrictions: Children must be in custody of DeKalb DFCS Service Accessibility: After referral, an assessment will determine whether the case meets eligibility requirements; if so, and if a CASA volunteer is available, CASA will be assigned Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): None Hours of Operation: Mon. ­ Fri. 9 a.m.- 5 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: Possibly Spanish

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DeKalb Court Services

455 Winn Way Decatur, GA 30030 Contact(s): Janice Robins Director Lois Michalove Assistant Director Phone: (404) 508-6445 Fax: (404)508-6446 E-Mail/Website: N/A Service Area(s): Metro Atlanta area Services Provided: DUI school (risk reduction); alcohol and drug assessments; urine screening; drug and alcohol education and prevention classes and groups for 13-20 year olds; anger management classes; services can be provided at client location Eligibility Restrictions: None Service Accessibility: Telephone; walk-in Mon. - Fri. 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): DUI school $280; alcohol and drug assessments $75, $50; anger management $30/week for 16 weeks after $75 assessment; urine screening $40; phone for youth fees Hours of Operation: Mon. - Fri. 8:15 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: Arrangements can be made

DeKalb Enterprise Business Corporation (DEBCO)

DeKalb Chamber of Commerce 750 Commerce Drive, Suite 201 Decatur, GA 30030 Contact(s): Charles Blackmon Executive Director Phone: (404) 378-1899 Fax: (404) 378-3397 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] www.debco.org Service Area(s): DeKalb County Services Provided: Small business loans from $10,000 to $50,000 to for-profit businesses located in, moving to, or expanding in DeKalb County Eligibility Restrictions: Borrower must be a for-profit entity in DeKalb County and must create a minimum of one lowmoderate income job for every $25,000 borrowed Service Accessibility: Appointment, website Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): $250 application and processing fee, plus closing costs Hours of Operation: Mon. - Fri. 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: Spanish

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DeKalb Metro Housing Counseling Center, Inc.

4151 Memorial Drive, Suite 207-B Decatur, GA 30032 Contact(s): Jimmy Bennett Executive Director Phone: (404) 508-0922 Fax: (404) 508-0967 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] Service Area(s): Metro Atlanta area Services Provided: Comprehensive housing counseling agency assisting families and individuals in both obtaining and retaining affordable home ownership Eligibility Restrictions: None Service Accessibility: Appointment only Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): None Hours of Operation: Mon. ­ Fri. 9 a.m.- 5 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: None

DeKalb Rape Crisis Center, Inc.

101 E. Court Square P. O. Box 1291 Decatur, GA 30030 Contact(s): Virginia N. Vaughn Coordinator Phone: (404) 377-1429 Fax: (404) 377-5644 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] www.dekalbrapecrisiscenter.org Service Area(s): DeKalb County Services Provided: Counseling and advocacy for sexual assault survivors and their loved ones; education towards the prevention of rape Eligibility Restrictions: Must be age 13+ Service Accessibility: Referral, walk-in, hotline Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): None Hours of Operation: Office: Mon. - Fri. 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.; Crisis line ­ 24 hours, 7 seven days Languages Served Other Than English: Spanish

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Delta Life Development Center, Inc.

P. O. Box 370490 Decatur, GA 30037-0490 Contact(s): Ozie Jackie Adams President Phone: (404) 284-8493 Fax: (404) 508-0125 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] Service Area(s): DeKalb County Services Provided: Teenage Mothers Nutrition Education program; Prime Time Enrichment After School; Teen Smart education program for middle school girls Eligibility Restrictions: Eligibility requirements are project-specific Service Accessibility: Referral Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): None Hours of Operation: Varies based on program Languages Served Other Than English: None

Developmental Disabilities Council of DeKalb, Inc.

440 Winn Way P. O. Box 1648 Decatur, GA 30030 Contact(s): Sonia Kuniansky Director Phone: (404) 508-7796 Fax: (404) 508-6443 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] Service Area(s): DeKalb County Services Provided: Information, referral, coordination, education, and advocacy for people who have a developmental disability Eligibility Restrictions: Individual or member of family must have a developmental disability Service Accessibility: Referral, telephone Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): None Hours of Operation: Mon. - Fri. 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: None

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The Dunwoody Preservation Trust, Inc.

5455 Chamblee-Dunwoody Road Dunwoody, GA 30338 Contact(s): Joyce Amacher President Phone: (770) 668-0401 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] Services Provided: Organized for the preservation of land for scientific, historic, educational, recreational, agricultural, scenic or open space opportunities, exclusively for charitable purposes

East Lake Family YMCA

275 East Lake Boulevard Atlanta, GA 30317 Contact(s): R.C. Pruitt Group Vice President Phone: (404) 373-6561 Fax: (404) 373-9850 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] Service Area(s): South Decatur, Edgewood, Kirkwood, East Atlanta, Decatur, Southeast Atlanta, East Lake, Avondale, and Ellenwood Services Provided: Childcare, pre-school and after-school; day camp; swimming lessons; exercise classes; senior program; teen programs; wellness programs; youth and adult sports Eligibility Restrictions: Must be a member of the YMCA of Metro Atlanta Service Accessibility: Walk-in Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): $46 per month for adults, $68 per month for families; scholarships available based on need Hours of Operation: Mon. - Thurs. 5:30 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.; Fri. 5:30 a.m. ­ 9 p.m.; Sat. 9 a.m. ­ 6 p.m.; Sun. 12 p.m. ­ 6 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: Translation available

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Elaine Clark Center for Exceptional Children

5801 Peachtree Industrial Boulevard Chamblee, GA 30341 Contact(s): Beth Schmehling Executive Director Phone: (770) 458-3251 Fax: (770) 458-7911 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] www.ecvc.org Service Area(s): 10-County Metro Atlanta area Services Provided: Early intervention, childcare; and scholarships for low-income children with special needs Eligibility Restrictions: Scholarships are available only to children with special needs Service Accessibility: Referral, walk-in, and appointment Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): Childcare: infants $190/wk; preschool $165/wk; toddlers $180/wk; Age 2 years $170/wk; Age 3 years $165/wk Hours of Operation: Mon. - Fri. 7:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: Spanish

Family Ties, Inc.

1900 The Exchange, Suite 420 Atlanta, GA 30339 Contact(s): Hugo T. Mullins, LCSW Director Phone: (678) 460-0345 Fax: (678) 460-0350 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] www.familytiesinc.com Service Area(s): Greater Metropolitan Atlanta Area Services Provided: Family services - In-home family and group counseling, case management, assessment services, individual counseling, home evaluations, and group home Eligibility Restrictions: None Service Accessibility: Referral from DFCS and DeKalb County Juvenile Court Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): None (paid for by DFCS/Juvenile Court); Sliding Scale Hours of Operation: 24 hours per day/7 days a week Languages Served Other Than English: Spanish; counselors available

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Family Values Net-Works, Inc.

5300 Memorial Drive, Suite 212 Stone Mountain, GA 30083-3155 Contact(s): Elridge E. Bodkin Executive Director Phone: (404) 294-8989 Fax: (404) 294-8975 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] www.familyvaluesnet-works.org Service Area(s): 10-County Metro Atlanta area Services Provided: In-home family counseling; community based referrals; juvenile court/DJJ in-home monitoring and behavior aid; school support; assessments; first placement/best placement child and family assessments; foster care placements; six-session `Common Sense Parenting' class Eligibility Restrictions: None Service Accessibility: Referral Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): Fee scales per contracts with organizations and memos of understanding Hours of Operation: 365 days/year, 7 days/week, 24 hours/day Languages Served Other Than English: Ethiopian (Amharic), Spanish

The Frazer Center, Inc.

1815 Ponce de Leon Avenue, NE Atlanta, GA 30307 Contact(s): Cynthia Byrd-Turner Executive Director Phone: (404) 377-3836 Fax: (404) 373-0058 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] Service Area(s): DeKalb, Fulton, and Gwinnett counties Services Provided: Early intervention and special instruction to infants and preschoolers, six weeks to four years old, who have physical and mental disabilities; work and life skills training to adults with developmental disabilities Eligibility Restrictions: Children must be under 5 years of age and adults over 18 years with disabilities Service Accessibility: Referral, walk-in, and appointment Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): Variable; call for more information Hours of Operation: Mon. - Fri. 7:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: Italian, sign language

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Furniture Bank of Metro Atlanta, Inc.

538 Permulane Place Atlanta, GA 30318 Contact(s): Tom Polk Executive Director Phone: (404) 355-8530 Fax: (404) 352-8792 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] www.furniturebank.org Service Area(s): Atlanta; Fulton, DeKalb, Cobb, and Gwinnett counties Services Provided: Provision of furniture and household goods to formerly homeless people moving back into housing Eligibility Restrictions: Must be previously homeless or HIV+ in order to qualify Service Accessibility: Clients must first be referred, and then by appointment only; no walk-ins please Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): Free to HUD eligible individuals; $45 for others; $90 for deliveries. Hours of Operation: Mon.- Fri. 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: Limited Spanish services

Georgia Center for Children

202 Nelson Ferry Road Decatur, GA 30030 Contact(s): LaVann Landrum Executive Director Phone: (404) 378-6100 Fax: (404) 377-7005 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] www.georgiacenterforchildren.org Service Area(s): DeKalb and Fulton counties Services Provided: Forensic interviews, forensic evaluation, and therapy for children who are victims of sexual abuse, severe physical abuse, or who are witnesses to homicide Eligibility Restrictions: None Service Accessibility: All referrals made by law enforcement or DFCS Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): None Hours of Operation: Mon. - Fri. 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: Spanish; all other languages or hearing imparired are arranged with outside interpreters

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Georgia Community Support and Solutions, Inc.

1945 Cliff Valley, Suite 220 Atlanta, GA 30329 Contact(s): Whitney Fuchs Executive Director Phone: (404) 634-4222 Fax: (404) 634-1324 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] www.gacommunity.org Service Area(s): Most programs offered in Metro Atlanta, in DeKalb County; youth program is also in Hall and Clarke counties Services Provided: For people with developmental disabilities, and youth in the justice system with substance abuse or mental health issues: respite, family support, case management, supported living, camp, day program, job training/supported work, behavioral support, and advocacy Eligibility Restrictions: Call for more details Service Accessibility: Depends on program; mostly referral Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): Varies: some fee for service, some sliding scale, some paid by Medicaid, some free based on referral Hours of Operation: Mon. - Fri. 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.; staff on call 24 hours, 7 days a week Languages Served Other Than English: Spanish, Vietnamese, and Russian

Georgia Counseling Network, Inc.

544 Medlock Road, Suite 106 Decatur, GA 30030 Contact(s): Rusty Godwin, LCSW Executive Director Phone: (404) 377-5727 Fax: (404) 377-5727 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] www.georgiacounselingnetwork.org Service Area(s): DeKalb County Services Provided: In-home family therapy; outdoor therapeutic activities; parenting workshops; professional seminars Eligibility Restrictions: Call for more information Service Accessibility: Appointment Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): Sliding scale Hours of Operation: Mon. - Fri. 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.; home therapy and workshops are held on nights and weekends Languages Served Other Than English: None

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Georgia Parent Support Network

1381 Metropolitan Parkway Atlanta, GA 30310 Contact(s): Sue L. Smith and Anna McLaughlin Co-Executive Directors Phone: (404) 756-8525 Fax: (404) 756-8508 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] www.gpsn.org Service Area(s): Metro Atlanta area Services Provided: Case management, safety network, respite, therapeutic foster care Eligibility Restrictions: Particular to program Service Accessibility: Referral only Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): Varies Hours of Operation: Mon. - Fri. 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: Spanish

Georgia State University Neighborhood Collaborative Senior Corps Programs

P.O. Box 5317 Atlanta, GA 31107-5317 Contact(s): Donna Bulbulia Director, Senior Corps Phone: (404) 206-5005 Fax: (404) 206-5004 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] www.gsu.edu/~wwwtnc Service Area(s): Clayton, Cobb, DeKalb, Fulton, and Gwinnett counties Services Provided: Senior volunteer programs Eligibility Restrictions: Volunteers must be 55 years of age or older Service Accessibility: Referral, walk-in, through web recruitment Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): None Hours of Operation: Mon. - Fri. 8:30 a.m. - 5:15 p.m.; volunteer hours open as needed Languages Served Other Than English: Spanish

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Good Shepherd Services

2426 Shallowford Terrace Chamblee, GA 30341 Contact(s): Sr. Christine Truong Director Phone: (770) 455-9379; (770) 986-8279; (770) 455-3192 Fax: (770) 451-0156 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] Service Area(s): 10-County Metro Atlanta area Services Provided: Individual counseling; ESL program; afterschool and summer programs; parenting classes; translation and interpretation; advocacy; elderly services; citizenship classes; DUI school; drug and alcohol evaluation and treatment Eligibility Restrictions: None, but priority given to low-income, nonEnglish speaking families Service Accessibility: Appointment; walk-in by emergency only Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): None, but accepts contributions/donations; DUI school and evaluation/treatment: sliding scale Hours of Operation: Mon. - Fri. 9:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.; Sat. 10:00 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: Mandarin, Cantonese, Vietnamese, Cambodian, and Lao

Goodwill Industries of North Georiga, Inc.

2201 Glenwood Avenue, SE Atlanta, GA 30316 Contact(s): Keith Kennedy Director, Workforce Development Phone: (404) 486-8400 Fax: (404) 486-8500 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] www.ging.org Service Area(s): DeKalb, Fulton, and Gwinnett counties Services Provided: Vocational evaluations and assessments; skills training; job placement and retention assistance with development of a microbusiness enterprise; career center helps with finding jobs Eligibility Restrictions: Some programs have eligibility requirements, but Career Center is open to everyone with no fee required Service Accessibility: Walk-in, referral, and appointment, depending on program Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): Vary by program, with most services provided at no cost to the consumer by funding provided by contracts and grants Hours of Operation: Mon. ­ Thurs. 8 a.m. ­ 5 p.m.; Fri. 8 a.m. ­ 4 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: Spanish

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Green Forest Community Development Corporation

3299 Rainbow Drive Decatur, GA 30034 Contact(s): Ralph E. White Executive Director Phone: (404) 486-6773 Fax: (404) 486-5733 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] www.gfcdc.org Service Area(s): South DeKalb, primarily Candler Rd. corridor Services Provided: Homeownership counseling, commercial development, church empowerment, technology education, housing production, and small contractor development Eligibility Restrictions: None Service Accessibility: Walk-in, referral, and phone Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): Fees, if applicable, are determined by service provided Hours of Operation: Mon. - Fri. 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: None

I AM, Inc.

P.O. Box 314 Decatur, GA 30033 Contact(s): David L. Morgan President & CEO Phone: (404) 373-9252

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I CARE Voluteer Drivers for Seniors

300 E. Ponce de Leon Avenue, Suite 313 Decatur, GA 30030 Contact(s): Susan Butler Allison Director Phone: (404) 377-2273 Fax: N/A E-Mail/Website: [email protected] Service Area(s): DeKalb County and its immediate vicinity Services Provided: Match volunteer drivers with DeKalb County residents 55 years of age or older, who are in need of free transportation to medical appointments Eligibility Restrictions: Maximum of one trip per week; call at least one week before appointment and schedule appointments between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.; must be able to walk to and from the car Service Accessibility: New clients are registered by telephone Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): None; donations accepted Hours of Operation: Mon. - Fri.; messages returned as soon as possible Languages Served Other Than English: Spanish, and will attempt to find translators for other languages

Initiative For Affordable Housing, Inc.

1434 Scott Boulevard., Suite 200 Decatur, GA 30030 Contact(s): Lisa Wise Executive Director Phone: (404) 299-9979 Fax: (404) 299-6442 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] Service Area(s): DeKalb County and Metro Atlanta area Services Provided: Permanent affordable housing for homeless and low-income families; single-family and multifamily affordable apartments; senior independent living; on-site social services for homeless families; support services; referrals; educational classes Eligibility Restrictions: Client must be willing to participate in service provision and outlined plan Service Accessibility: Referral, appointment; eligible apartment tenants can contact apartments directly: Prince Avondale, (404) 501-0556; Casa Rio (404) 2885633; Magnolia Circle (404) 243-1553 Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): Depends on income eligibility Hours of Operation: Mon. - Fri. 8:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: Various languages via translator

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Integrated Life Center, Inc.

1120 E. Ponce de Leon Avenue Decatur, GA 30030 Contact(s): Dennis O'Brien Executive Director Phone: (404) 377-5556 Fax: (404) 377-8245 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] www.integratedlifecenter.org Service Area(s): DeKalb County Services Provided: Homeless (men, women with children); substance abuse; mental health disorders treatment, training, housing, outpatient, readyfor-work Eligibility Restrictions: Medicaid, Medicare, medically stable, psychiatrically stable Service Accessibility: Referral, walk-in, appointent Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): None Hours of Operation: Mon. - Fri. 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: Spanish

Interfaith Outreach Home, Inc.

P. O. Box 48075 Doraville, GA 30360 Contact(s): Dorothy Grayson Executive Director Phone: (770) 457-3727 Fax: (770) 457-5216 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] [email protected] Service Area(s): 10-County Metro Atlanta area Services Provided: Transitional housing facility for families with children Eligibility Restrictions: Clients must be legally married, have a marriage certificate, and have at least one child under the age of 17; or be a single head of household with child(ren) under the age of 17. Service Accessibility: Referral Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): $150/month plus $200/month minimum savings expectation Hours of Operation: Mon. - Fri. 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: At least one parent must speak English; the family must be willing to enroll in ESL classes

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International Family Services

P.O. Box 961144 Riverdale, GA 30296 424 Harvick Circle Stockbridge, GA 30281 Contact(s): Baidy Sow Executive Director Phone: (770) 507-9303 Fax: (770) 507-2708 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] Service Area(s): DeKalb County Services Provided: Immigrant settlement services, family services, wraparound services, in-home monitoring, social skills building, decision-making skills, life coping skills, anger management Eligibility Restrictions: Ages 10-17 Service Accessibility: Referral Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): Varies from $45-$300 Hours of Operation: Mon. - Sat. 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: Spanish, French, Arabic, and some African languages

International Women's House, Inc.

P.O. Box 1327 Decatur, GA 30031 Contact(s): Anna Blau Executive Director Phone: (404) 298-9960 Fax: (404) 299-1466 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] Service Area(s): Primarily but not limited to DeKalb County Services Provided: Shelter for battered women and their children; food, clothing, transportation, job training, legal assistance, TANF assistance Eligibility Restrictions: None Service Accessibility: Referral, telephone Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): None Hours of Operation: 24 hours, 7 days, 365 days a year Languages Served Other Than English: Spanish, Russian, German, Arabic, French, Greek, Polish, Hindi, Urdu, Latvian (multilingual and multi-cultural staff)

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Jerusalem House, Inc.

100 Edgewood Avenue, Suite 1228 Atlanta, GA 30303-3062 Contact(s): Ellen McCarty Executive Director Martha Reich Development Director Phone: (404) 527-7427 Fax: (404) 527-7629 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] [email protected] www.jersualemhouse.org Service Area(s): 10-County Metro Atlanta area Services Provided: Homes for single adults with HIV/AIDS and single mothers who are HIV+ and their children Eligibility Restrictions: Must be homeless or at risk of homelessness with HIV+/AIDS diagnosis Service Accessibility: Referral through the Living Room Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): None for clients with no income; 30% service fee for clients employed or receiving SSI Hours of Operation: 365 days per year, 24 hours per day Languages Served Other Than English: None

Jewish Family & Career Services, Inc.

4549 Chamblee Dunwoody Road Atlanta, GA 30338 Contact(s): Gary Miller Executive Director Phone: (770) 677-9300 Fax: (770) 677-9400 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] www.jfcs-atlanta.org Service Area(s): Metro Atlanta area Services Provided: Full range of counseling and career services, services to the developmentally disabled, homeless, and those in need of dental care Eligibility Restrictions: Depends on program Service Accessibility: Call for appointment Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): Sliding fee scale, insurance, managed care Hours of Operation: Mon. 9 a.m.- 8 p.m.; Tues. and Wed. 9 a.m. ­ 9 p.m.; Thurs. 9 a.m. ­ 5 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: Spanish, Hebrew, Bosnian, and Russian; can also provide translation services to other organizations on a fee for service basis

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Justice Center of Atlanta

976 Edgewood Avenue, NE Atlanta, GA 30307 Contact(s): Fred Cottrell Executive Director Phone: (404) 523-8236 Fax: (404) 523- 3936 Email/Website: [email protected] www.justicecenter.org Service Area(s): Metro Atlanta Services Provided: Mediation; training (mediation and conflict resolution); program development; group facilitation Eligibility Restrictions: Criminal cases; DeKalb residents with both parties consenting to mediation Service Accessibility: By appointment only (404) 523-8236 ext: 214 Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): No Fees Hours of Operation: Monday ­ Thursday, 8:30 am ­ 5:00 pm Friday, 8:00am ­ 12:00pm Languages Served Other than English: On a case-by-case basis ­ Interpreters are required.

Khadijaland, Inc.

927 Montreal Road P.O. Box 600 Atlanta, GA 30021 Contact(s): Bonnie Hutcherson Phone: (404) 501-9511 Fax: (404) 501-0900 Service Area(s): DeKalb County & Clarkston Services Provided: Computer classes for beginners, theatre camp and cultural tolerance workshops, forums, and events. Eligibility Restrictions: None Service Accessibility: By appointment only to determine schedule of events. Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): None Hours of Operation: M-F, 10am ­ 6pm Languages Served Other Than English: Dinka, Somali, French, and volunteers often speak a variety of languages.

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Latin American Association, Inc.

2750 Buford Highway. Atlanta, GA 30324 Contact(s): Maritza Pichon Executive Director Rafael Villar Manager of Family Services Phone: (404) 638-1831 Fax: (404) 638-1806 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] www.latinamericanassoc.org Service Area(s): 10-County Metro Atlanta area Services Provided: Family services; homeless prevention; civil legal services; domestic violence assistance; language instruction and translations; employment services; immigration services; youth services Eligibility Restrictions: None Service Accessibility: Referral, walk-in, and appointment Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): None, with the exception of some fees for immigration and legal services Hours of Operation: Mon. - Fri. 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: Spanish

Literacy Volunteers of America Metro Atlanta

246 Sycamore Street, Suite 110 Decatur, GA 30030 Contact(s): Colette Duncan Executive Director Phone: (404) 377-7323 Fax: (404) 377-8662 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] www.lvama.org Service Area(s): DeKalb, Fulton, Gwinnett, Cobb, and Rockdale counties Services Provided: Adult literacy tutoring; ESL tutoring and small conversation classes; computer training for basic computer skills; family and workplace literacy programs Eligibility Restrictions: Must be 18+, read below the 5th grade level, and speak little or no English Service Accessibility: Referral, walk-in, and appointment Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): None, with the exception of the Workplace Literacy programs Hours of Operation: Mon. - Thur. 9 a.m. - 8 p.m.; Fri. 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: Various languages served

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Living Room, Inc.

341 Ponce de Leon Avenue, Suite 438 Atlanta, GA 30308 Contact(s): Nick Danna Executive Director Phone: (404) 616-6332 Fax: (404) 616-8605 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] [email protected] Service Area(s): 20-County Metro area Services Provided: Affordable housing for individuals and families affected by HIV/AIDS; information/referral and placement; emergency assistance; advocacy Eligibility Restrictions: Must be HIV+ and show proof of negative TB status Service Accessibility: Referral, walk-in Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): None Hours of Operation: Mon. - Tue. 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.; Thu. - Fri. 8 a.m. 12 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: Spanish

Lynwood Park Community Development Corporation

3360 Osborne Road Atlanta, GA 30319 Contact(s): Patricia Martin Executive Director Phone: (404) 252-6993 Fax: (404) 531-9021 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] Service Area(s): Lynwood Park neighborhood Services Provided: Inform residents about DeKalb County events and programs as related to Lynwood Park, and how and where to get particular services; senior citizen home rehabilitation Eligibility Restrictions: If purchasing a home, must fall within HUD program income limit Service Accessibility: Walk-in, telephone Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): Membership fee $3 required to join the neighborhood organization Hours of Operation: Mon. - Thurs. 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.; Fri. 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: None

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Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta (Housemate Match)

5342 Tilly Mill Road Atlanta, GA 30338 Contact(s): Rita Zadoff Program Director Phone: (770) 395-2625 Fax: (770) 396-2474 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] www.atlantajcc.org Service Area(s): City of Atlanta, DeKalb, Fulton, Cobb, and Gwinnett counties Services Provided: Housemate Match program links people who have an extra room in their home with an adult who needs an affordable place to live Eligibility Restrictions: Must be employed or provide other type of income, be 18+, and pay rent to the owner; every client is screened Service Accessibility: Referral, appointment Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): None, but accepts contributions/donation Hours of Operation: Mon. - Fri. 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: Some Spanish

Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta (Weinstein Center for Adult Day Services)

5342 Tilly Mill Road Atlanta, GA 30338 Contact(s): Georgia K. Gunter Director, Weinstein Center Phone: (770) 458-3614 Fax: (770) 458-3446 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] www.atlantajcc.org Service Area(s): DeKalb, Fulton, Cobb, Gwinnett, and Forsyth counties Services Provided: Adult daycare services for adults who have a physical limitation and/or memory loss; activities including crafts, music, exercise programs, and outings; nursing supervision; nutritious meals; personal care; transportation to/from center Eligibility Restrictions: Traditional Program - client with or without a physical limitation; Alzheimer's Program client with moderate to severe memory loss Service Accessibility: Referral, walk-in, and appointment Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): Sliding scale available, if eligible; Level I $52/day; Level II - $57/day Hours of Operation: Mon. - Fri. 7 a.m. - 6 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: Spanish and French; can adapt program for other non-English speaking clients

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Marriot Foundation Bridges . . . from school to work

100 Edgewood Avenue, Suite 1220 Atlanta, GA 30303 Contact(s): Allen Brown Director Phone: (404) 523-6335 Fax: (404) 523-6905 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] www.marriottfoundation.org Service Area(s): Metro Atlanta area Services Provided: Provide jobs for students (high school seniors) with disabilities in Atlanta Public Schools, DeKalb County Schools, and Cobb County Schools Eligibility Restrictions: Must be in school and 17-18 years of age Service Accessibility: Through the school systems mentioned above Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): N/A Hours of Operation: Mon. - Fri. 9:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: None

Men Stopping Violence

1020 DeKalb Avenue, NE, Suite 25 Atlanta, GA 30307 Contact(s): Dick Bathrick Co-Executive Director Terrence Crowley Publications Team Manager Phone: (404) 688-1376 Fax: (404) 688-4021 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] www.menstoppingviolence.org Service Area(s): 10-County Metro Atlanta area Services Provided: Local and national training on prevention of domestic violence; classes for men who batter Eligibility Restrictions: Must demonstrate a willingness to change abusive behaviors Service Accessibility: Referral, appointment Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): $960 tuition for 24-week program, and sliding scale; $730 tuition for DeKalb Court referred men Hours of Operation: Mon. - Fri. 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: None

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Metro Atlanta Task Force for the Homeless, Inc.

477 Peachtree Street Atlanta, GA 30308 Contact(s): Anita L. Beaty Executive Director Phone: (404) 230-5000 (administrative line) Hotline: 800-448-0636 or (404) 589-9495 Fax: (404) 589-8251 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] www.homelesstaskforce.org Service Area(s): State of Georgia Services Provided: 24-hour hotline and clearinghouse for access to emergency shelter and services for poor and homeless people; emergency overflow shelter; emergency transportation; street outreach; intake and placement; transitional housing; employment, housing, referral and support services Eligibility Restrictions: Must be homeless, at risk of homelessness, formerly homeless, or poor Service Accessibility: Walk-in, telephone Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): None Hours of Operation: 365 days/year, 7 days/week, 24 hours/day Languages Served Other Than English: Spanish

Metro Fair Housing Services, Inc.

1514 East Cleveland Avenue, Suite 118 East Point, GA 30344 Contact(s): Foster Corbin Executive Director Phone: (404) 765-3985 (administrative line) (404) 765-3940 (client line) Fax: (404) 765-3986 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] www.metrofairhousing.org Service Area(s): DeKalb and Fulton counties; City of Atlanta Services Provided: Fair housing rights education; landlord/tenant issues assistance; predatory lending education Eligibility Restrictions: None Service Accessibility: Referral, walk-in, and appointment Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): None Hours of Operation: Mon. - Fri. 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: Spanish

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Murphey-Candler Girl's Fastpitch Softball Association

1551 W. Nancy Creek Dr. Atlanta, GA 30319 Contact(s): Denver Austin President Phone: (770) 458-0251 Home: (770) 458-0414 Fax: (770) 562-5233 E-mail/Website: www.mcgsa.com [email protected] Service Area(s): None Services Provided: Provide girls fastpitch softball program for participants age 5-18 years old. Eligibility Restriction(s): Ages; No High School Players Service Accessibility: Website, Walk-In, & Park Info line Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): Varies Hours of Operation: Monday ­ Friday, 5pm ­ 10pm Saturday 9am ­ 6pm Languages Served Other Than English: Yes, Spanish

Murphey-Candler Little League, Inc.

1551 W. Nancy Creek Dr. Atlanta, GA 30319 Contact(s): Cofield Widner President Phone: (770) 457-1076 E-mail/Website: www.murpheycandler.org Service Area(s): Yes, must reside within Little League geographical standards (boundaries). Services Provided: Provides youth baseball program for boys age 3-12 years old. Eligibility Restriction(s): Must reside within the boundaries set by Little League. Service Accessibility: Walk-In, Website, Registration dates, and Park Info Line Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): Varies Hours of Operation: Mon ­ Friday 5pm ­ 10pm Saturday 8am ­ 6pm Languages Served Other Than English: Yes, Spanish

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Nicholas House, Inc.

1790 LaVista Road Atlanta, GA 30329 Contact(s): Doug Mendel Executive Director Phone: (404) 633-8386 Fax: (404) 633-0297 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] www.nicholashouse.org Service Area(s): DeKalb and Fulton counties; Metro Atlanta Services Provided: Comprehensive services, residence (up to two years), and case management to assist homeless families in achieving self-sufficiency Eligibility Restrictions: Adult parents and children only; must be drug/alcohol free and willing to address their issues of homelessness Service Accessibility: Referral, telephone Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): 30% of adjusted gross income per HUD guidelines, with a maximum of $250/month charged Hours of Operation: 365 days/year, 7 days/week, 24 hours/day. Languages Served Other Than English: Spanish

Oakhurst Medical Centers, Inc.

770 Village Square Drive Stone Mountain, GA 30083 1760 Candler Road Decatur, GA 30032 Contact(s): William A. Murrain CEO Phone: (404) 298-8998 Fax: (404) 298-7658 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] www.oakhurstmedical.org Service Area(s): DeKalb County Services Provided: OB-GYN; medical services for adults; checkups; physicals; hypertension and diabetes management; children's medical services Eligibility Restrictions: None Service Accessibility: Referral, walk-in, and appointment Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): Based on income and family size (sliding scale) Hours of Operation: Mon. and Thurs 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m., Tues. 8 a.m. - 7 p.m. (late clinic Stone Mountain only), Wed. 8 a.m. - 1 p.m., Fri. 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: Somali, French, and Spanish

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Our House, Inc.

711 Columbia Drive Decatur, GA 30030 Contact(s): Audrey J. Battle Executive Director Phone: (404) 378-0938 Fax: (404) 378-1060 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] www.ourhousega.com Service Area(s): DeKalb and Fulton counties Services Provided: Free full-day childcare to families in shelters and transitional housing; Georgia Pre-K; referrals to mental health programs; health, legal, and substance abuse services; location of housing, employment; and training services Eligibility Restrictions: For homeless families Service Accessibility: Referral, walk-in Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): None Hours of Operation: Mon. - Fri. 7 a.m. - 6 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: Spanish

Partnership for Community Action, Inc. (formerly EOA)

3597 Covington Highway Decatur, GA 30032 Contact(s): Ruth A. Wilson Executive Director Phone: (404) 929-2500 Fax: (404) 508-9330 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] www.pcaction.org Service Area(s): DeKalb, Gwinnett, and Rockdale Counties Services Provided: Head Start; emergency assistance; energy assistance; microenterprise initiative; employment and career programs; weatherization Eligibility Restrictions: Call for details Service Accessibility: Referral, walk-in Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): None Hours of Operation: Mon. ­ Fri. 8 a.m. ­ 5 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: Translators used as necessary

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Pathways Community Network, Inc.

1908 Cliff Valley Way, NE Atlanta, GA 30329 Contact(s): William R. Matson Executive Director Phone: (404) 584-6591 Fax: (404) 584-9006 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] [email protected] www.pcni.org Service Area(s): Variable Services Provided: Internet-based collaborative case management system; homeless management information system shared by organizations that serve the homeless, uninsured/underinsured, and working poor Eligibility Restrictions: Organizations must have a mission that includes service to homeless or poor people Service Accessibility: Organizations complete an application, execute an memo of understanding, and employees complete a training program Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): Sliding scale based on the size of the organization's budget ($250 to $4,800 per year) Hours of Operation: 365 days/year, 7 days/week, 24 hours/day Languages Served Other Than English: Spanish, Mandarin Chinese

People Making Progress

2345 Fourth Street, Suite 100 Tucker, GA 30084 Contact(s): Carol Golden Executive Director Phone: (770) 723-1848 Fax: (770) 723-0880 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] Service Area(s): DeKalb, Fulton, and Gwinnett counties Services Provided: Supported employment and supported living to adults with developmental disabilities Eligibility Restrictions: Persons with developmental disabilities 16 years and older Service Accessibility: Referral - Georgia Department of Labor Rehabilitation Services; local school system Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): Varied; call for details Hours of Operation: Mon. - Fri., hours vary Languages Served Other Than English: None

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Phoenix Alliance, Inc.

3735 Memorial Drive Decatur, GA 30032 Contact(s): Mary Trahan Director Anita Brown Intake Coordinator Phone: (404) 288-2280 Fax: (404) 288-3244 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] www.phoenixallianceinc.org Service Area(s): 10-County Metro Atlanta area Services Provided: Residential drug treatment for homeless persons (long-term) Eligibility Restrictions: Must be homeless, 3 days clean, able to work, commit to long term treatment, and not have any sexual offense convictions Service Accessibility: Referral, telephone Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): Sliding scale Hours of Operation: Office: Mon. - Fri. 8:30 a.m. - 6 p.m.; treatment shelter: 365 days/year, 24 hours Languages Served Other Than English: None

Positive Growth, Inc.

4036 East Ponce de Leon Avenue 1384 Brockett Place 1033 Jolly Ave. Clarkston, GA 30021 Contact(s): Keith Dawson Executive Director Phone: (404) 292-6420 Fax: (404) 292-2041 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] www.positivegrowthinc.org Service Area(s): Entire state of Georgia Services Provided: Provide home-like environment for troubled, neglected, abused adolescent males ages 8-18; structured program Eligibility Restrictions: Call for details Service Accessibility: Referral via DJJ and/or DFCS Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): Determined by agency Hours of Operation: 24 hours/7 days; intake Mon. - Fri. 9:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: None

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Prevent Child Abuse Georgia, Inc.

1720 Peachtree Street, NW, Suite 600 Atlanta, GA 30309 Contact(s): Sandra Alexander Executive Director Phone: (404) 870-6565 Fax: (404) 870-6541 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] www.preventchildabusega.org Service Area(s): Helpline: State of Georgia; First Steps & Healthy Families: DeKalb County Services Provided: Child abuse prevention through Helpline and First Steps & Healthy Families programs Eligibility Restrictions: Helpline: none; First Steps & Healthy Families at DeKalb Medical Center: new parents at birth of child Service Accessibility: Telephone (Helpline); First Steps & Healthy Families referred through DeKalb Medical Center Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): None Hours of Operation: Telephone (Helpline) Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m. ­ 8 p.m.; First Steps & Healthy Families Mon.-Fri. 8:30 a.m. ­ 5 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: None

Project New Direction, Inc.

300 Third Avenue Avondale Estates, GA 30002 Contact(s): Angela Scott Executive Director Phone: (404) 508-0999 Fax: (404) 296-7757 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] www.pnd-inc.org Service Area(s): DeKalb and Fulton counties Services Provided: Family assistance such as food and clothing; youth leadership training, computer training, and summer camp Eligibility Restrictions: Must be low-income Service Accessibility: Appointment Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): None except for summer camp (sliding scale) Hours of Operation: Mon. - Fri. 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: None

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Project Open Hand - Atlanta, Inc.

176 Ottley Drive, NE Atlanta, GA 30324 Contact(s): Stephen Woods Executive Director Tanya Johnson, MPH Director of Development Phone: (404) 419-3309 Fax: (404) 872-9301 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] [email protected] www.projectopenhand.org Service Area(s): Fulton, DeKalb, Cobb, Gwinnett, Clayton, Spalding, Bartow, Carroll, Douglas, Floyd, Henry, Rockdale, Walton, and Troup counties Services Provided: Meals and nutrition services to individuals with symptomatic HIV, homebound seniors, and individuals with other critical illnesses or disabilities Eligibility Restrictions: Must provide medical certification requirements; please call (404) 872-6947 for eligibility information/requirements. Service Accessibility: Referral Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): None Hours of Operation: Client services: Mon. - Fri. 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.; kitchen: Mon. - Sun. 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: Spanish

Push Push Theater

1123 Zonolite Drive #3 Atlanta, GA 30306 Contact(s): Shelby Hofer Phone: (404) 892-7876 E-Mail/Website: www.pushpushtheater.com Service Area(s): Metro Atlanta Services Provided: Skills development for theater artists

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Quality Care for Children, Inc.

50 Executive Park South, Suite 5015 Atlanta, GA 30329 Contact(s): Donna Overcash Executive Director Pat Craig Grants Manager Phone: (404) 479-4200 Fax: (404) 479-4166 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] [email protected] Service Area(s): 10-County Metro Atlanta area Services Provided: Temporary emergency child care assistance to parents in crisis Eligibility Restrictions: Must be in crisis situation Service Accessibility: Referral, walk-in, and internet Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): None Hours of Operation: Mon. - Thurs. 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: Spanish

Refugee Family Services, Inc. (formerly Newcomers' Network)

3647 Market Street Clarkston, GA 30021 Contact(s): Bobby King Executive Director Phone: (404) 299-6217 Fax: (404) 299-6218 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] www.refugeefamilyservices.org Service Area(s): 10-county Metro Atlanta area Services Provided: Multiple services for refugee women and children including job placement, domestic violence intervention and education, health referrals, ESL classes, childcare, youth services, school liaison, and support groups Eligibility Restrictions: Must be a refugee in the U. S. or immigrant Service Accessibility: Referral, walk-in, and telephone Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): None Hours of Operation: Mon. - Thu. 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: Somali, Bosnian, Arabic, Vietnamese, Amharic, Oromo, Farsi, Kurdish, Sudanese, French, and Spanish

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Rock Chapel Park Youth Association

1114 Rock Chapel Road Lithonia, GA 30058 Contact(s): David Clay Phone: (770) 482-6599 E-Mail/Website: www.eteamz.com/rcpya Service Area(s): DeKalb County Services Provided: Baseball, softball, basketball, cheerleading, and football for boys and girls ages 3-17 years old. Eligibility Restrictions: No High School Players eligible Service Accessibility: Walk-In, referral, Website, and Park Information Line (770) 482 ­ 2888 Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): Varies Hours of Operation: Monday ­ Friday 5pm ­ 10pm Saturday 9am ­ 6pm Languages Served Other Than English: None

Safe Haven Transitional, Inc.

P.O. Box 501 Conley, GA 30288 Contact(s): Mary Winfrey, Executive Director Phone: (404) 241-8740 Fax: (404) 241-8660 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] Service Area(s): Metro Atlanta area Services Provided: Longer-term housing; support groups; legal advocacy; life skills; children's programs; supportive services Eligibility Restrictions: Must a victim of domestic violence Service Accessibility: Telephone, referral, and appointment Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): None Hours of Operation: Mon. - Fri. 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.; also emergency hours Languages Served Other Than English: None

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St. Joseph's Mercy Care Services

424 Decatur Street Atlanta, GA 30312 Contact(s): Sr. Angela Ebberwein Interim President Phone: (404) 880-3550 Fax: (404) 880-3551 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] Service Area(s): Primarily DeKalb and Fulton counties, but no restrictions Services Provided: Primary health care; social services; health outreach and promotion; health education Eligibility Restrictions: For certain programs, must be homeless, HIV+, or have AIDS Service Accessibility: Referral, walk-in, and appointment Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): Fees vary; some services have no fee; clinics have a sliding fee scale Hours of Operation: Mon. - Fri. 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: Spanish, Vietnamese

St. Vincent DePaul Society, Inc.

2050 Chamblee Tucker Road, Suite C Atlanta, GA 30341 Contact(s): Sheila Bissonnette Executive Director Mary Davison Development Director Phone: (770) 458-5415 Fax: (770) 457-3021 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] [email protected] www.svdp.org Service Area(s): 10-County Metro Atlanta area and north Georgia Services Provided: Emergency financial assistance; education and training; material assistance; temporary housing; special works Eligibility Restrictions: Varies by service; call for more information Service Accessibility: Intake line: (770) 458-9607 Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): None Hours of Operation: Varies by program; call for more information Languages Served Other Than English: None

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Samaratin House/Café 458

458 Edgewood Avenue Atlanta, GA 30312 Contact(s): Thomas Reuter Executive Director Phone: (404) 523-1239 Fax: (404) 681-1592 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] Service Area(s): Fulton and DeKalb counties Services Provided: Home-cooked noontime lunch 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.; voicemail service; mailing address; clothing closet; NA/AA meetings at noon; transportation assistance (for clients receiving services only); case management; laundry service; referrals to collaborative agency; OCW provides free HIV testing and pre/post counseling two times per month Eligibility Restrictions: Must be homeless with a mental illness, addiction issue, or physical disability (adult men and women); limit of two enrollments Service Accessibility: Referral by an agency and phone call from referring agency prior to orientation Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): None Hours of Operation: Mon. - Fri. 10:45 a.m. - 1 p.m.; laundry, closet or storage, and case management by appointment Languages Served Other Than English: None

Scottdale Child Development & Family Resource Center, Inc. Central DeKalb

479 Warren Avenue Scottdale, GA 30079 Contact(s): Audrey Collier Executive Director Phone: (404) 294-8362 Fax: (404) 294-5809 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] www.scottdale.org Service Area(s): DeKalb County Services Provided: High-quality, affordable, accessible, and developmentally-appropriate childcare and family support services Eligibility Restrictions: Call for more information Service Accessibility: Referral, walk-in, appointment, and telephone Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): Childcare: fees are based on child's age and registration fee is $60.00 (except Pre-K); Family Resource Center: no cost for programs Hours of Operation: Mon. - Fri. 7 a.m. - 6 p.m.; some Family Resource Center programs meet in the evenings and on weekends Languages Served Other Than English: None

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Selective Training Educational Ministries, Inc. (STEM)

4151 Memorial Drive, Suite 205-A Decatur, GA 30032 Contact(s): Vermell Jordan President Phone: (770) 374-1586 Fax: (770) 879-7720 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] www.stemjpc.com Service Area(s): DeKalb, Fulton, Gwinnett, Clayton, and Rockdale counties; Middle Georgia Services Provided: Employability skills training for youth and job placement Eligibility Restrictions: At least 14 years of age with work permit Service Accessibility: Referral Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): $275 per child Hours of Operation: Mon. - Fri. 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: Spanish, Bosnian

Senior Connections, Inc.

5238 Peachtree Road Chamblee, GA 30341-2718 Contact(s): Steve Brazen Executive Director Phone: (770) 455-7602 Fax: (770) 455-8157 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] www.srconn.org Service Area(s): DeKalb County and Metro Atlanta Services Provided: Volunteer Support; Case Management; InHome Services; Home Repair; Transportation Services; Meals on Wheels; Senior Centers Eligibility Restrictions: DeKalb County residents, age 60+ Service Accessibility: Referral, walk-in, e-mail or internet inquiry via website Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): Sliding scale rates based on income; some programs have no direct fee Hours of Operation: Mon. - Fri. 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: Spanish

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Shearith Israel Night Shelter

1180 University Avenue Atlanta, GA 30306 Contact(s): Gilbert Sherr Director Phone: (404) 873-3147 ext. 225 Fax: (404) 873-6235 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] www.sishelter.org Service Area(s): Metro Atlanta Area Services Provided: Homeless Services - Transitional housing for the homeless to help individuals become selfsufficient and independent. Comprehensive case management and supportive services. Eligibility Restrictions: Call for more details Service Accessibility: Referral from emergency shelter or case manager from another agency. Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): None Hours of Operation: November ­ March Languages Served Other Than English: None

Sisters Helping One Another with Resources and Education, Inc. (SHARE)

5561 Memorial Drive, Suite L Stone Mountain, GA 30083 Contact(s): Grace U. Uwimfura Executive Director Phone: (404) 292-8841 Fax: (404) 292-2710 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] www.shareone.org Service Area(s): Dekalb County & Gwinnett County Services Provided: Helping refugee women and their families establish themselves in the community; teaching English and sewing skills; business development assistance Eligibility Restrictions: Low income; DeKalb or Gwinnett County resident; women and their families; immigrants & refugees. Service Accessibility: Sign up at community meetings, agencies, and special events. Service Fee(s) Cost(s): No costs for workshops; minimal fees for supplies; contributions encouraged, but not required. Hours of Operation: Monday ­ Friday 4am ­ 5pm Special Activities will be posted. Languages Served Other Than English: Yes, Swahili, Lingala, Kinyarwanda, French, Kirundi, and Spanish.

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South DeKalb Business Incubator, Inc.

1599-A Memorial Drive Atlanta, GA 30317 Contact(s): Allan Mitchell Executive Director Phone: (404) 329-4500 Fax: (404) 378-0768 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] www.sdbusinc.org Service Area(s): DeKalb County and the Metro Atlanta area. Services Provided: Business support resources and services designed to accelerate the growth and success of small business Eligibility Restrictions: Must be a business owner Service Accessibility: Referral, walk-in, appointment, and website Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): N/A Hours of Operation: 365 days/year, 7 days/week, 24 hours/day Languages Served Other Than English: Spanish

South Dekalb Improvement Initiative

7172 Lone Oak Way Lithonia, GA 30058 Contact(s): Dorothy Williams President Phone: (404) 658-9381 Fax: (770) 879-8752 E-Mail/Website: None Service Area(s): DeKalb County Services Provided: Children and Youth Services; Reading and mathematics tutoring and senior citizens social program Eligibility Restrictions: None Service Accessibility: Referral and appointment only Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): None to Participants Hours of Operation: Children Tutoring: Saturdays 9am to 12pm Senior Programs Varies Languages Served Other Than English: Yes, Spanish

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Specialized Transportation Systems, Inc.

5040 Snapfinger Woods Drive, Suites 111-112 Decatur, GA 30034 Contact(s): Liz B. Williams President Phone: (678) 518-0011 Fax: (678) 518-0019 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] Service Area(s): Metro Atlanta area Services Provided: Transportation services for seniors to doctors' visits, treatments, group functions and senior centers; transportation for mentally challenged adults to job training and job sites Eligibility Restrictions: Seniors age 60 and older Service Accessibility: Referral and appointment Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): Sliding fee scale for county residents; private pay also available Hours of Operation: Office hours Mon. - Fri. 7:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.; operational hours Mon. - Fri. 6 a.m. - 6 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: Use English-speaking persons in particular population segments for assistance

Total Family & Children Services of Georgia

3553-B Memorial Drive Decatur, GA 30032 Contact(s): Debbie Bowling Interim Executive Director Phone: (404) 534-9292 Fax: (404) 534-9296 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] www.total-family.org Service Area(s): DeKalb County and surrounding communities Services Provided: Parent groups; referrals and information for Medicaid families; Parents as Teachers in-home parenting program Eligibility Restrictions: Most programs have none Service Accessibility: Referral or appointment Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): None Hours of Operation: Mon. - Thurs. 8:30 a.m. - 6 p.m.; Fri. 8:30 a.m.12 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: Expected late fall 2003

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Transition House, Inc.

1447 Peachtree Street, NE, Suite 810 Atlanta, GA 30309 Contact(s): Cal Crutchfield Executive Director Phone: (404) 815-1535 Fax: (404) 815-1589 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] Service Area(s): DeKalb and Fulton counties Services Provided: Housing and substance abuse recovery aftercare to homeless men, women and women with children Eligibility Restrictions: Must be `clean' 30 days and be homeless Service Accessibility: Referral, walk-in, and telephone Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): Program fees - $75; savings program - $50 Hours of Operation: 365 days/year, 7 days/week, 24 hours/day Languages Served Other Than English: None

Traveler's Aid of Metropolitan Atlanta

60 Walton Street NW, Suite 200 Atlanta, GA 30303 Contact(s): Edward Powers Executive Director Kay Berneir Associate Director Phone: (404) 817-7070 Fax: (404) 817-9922 E-Mail/Website: edwardpowers @travelersaidatlanta.org [email protected] www.travelersaidatlanta.org Service Area(s): 13-County Metro Atlanta area Services Provided: Emergency shelter; HOPWA; 1st-month rent assistance and transitional housing; HIV/AIDS program; battered women's program Eligibility Restrictions: Must be new to the community (30 days or less) Service Accessibility: Referral, walk-in, and appointment Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): None Hours of Operation: Mon. - Fri. 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: Spanish, Vietnamese

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Victory Outreach in Community Empowerment Community Development Corporation (VOICE)

1170 N. Hairston Road Stone Mountain, GA 30083 Contact(s): Dr. Kenneth L. Samuel President Deacon Mike Lewis COO Rhoda Skelton Program Administrator Phone: (678) 476-6008 Fax: (678) 476-6010 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] www.victoryfortheworld.org Service Area(s): Call for details Services Provided: Food and clothing bank; job training; mentoring; tutoring services; anger management classes Eligibility Restrictions: None Service Accessibility: Walk-in Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): None, except Learning Center tutoring, $25/week Hours of Operation: Learning Center Mon. and Wed. 4 p.m. ­ 6:30 p.m.; Sat. 9 a.m. ­ 11 a.m. Languages Served Other Than English: Spanish

Visiting Nurse Health System

133 Luckie Street Atlanta, GA 30303 Contact(s): Kathy Ziegler President Phone: (404) 527-0600 Fax: (404) 527-8017 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] www.vnhs.org Service Area(s): 26 counties in north Georgia Services Provided: Home health; Alzheimer's care; Alzheimer's day care in Gwinnett County; geriatric care management; hospice inpatient and in home Eligibility Restrictions: For home health services, must meet insurance criteria Service Accessibility: Physician referral for home health Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): Accept Medicaid, Medicare, and private insurance Hours of Operation: 7 days, 24 hours Languages Served Other Than English: Spanish, Russian, and others

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Women's Resource Center to End Domestic Violence

P.O. Box 171 Decatur, GA 30031 Contact(s): Jean Douglas Executive Director Phone: (404) 370-7670 Fax: (404) 370-7668 E-Mail/Website: [email protected] www.wrcdv.org Service Area(s): All, but DeKalb County TPOs only Services Provided: Supportive services for battered women and their children including confidential shelter, legal assistance, support groups, 24-hr crisis line, children's programs, community education Eligibility Restrictions: Must be victim(s) of domestic violence Service Accessibility: Referral and walk-in (MARTA accessible) Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): None Hours of Operation: Safe house and crisis line: 365 days/year, 7 days/week, 24 hours/day; office hours 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Languages Served Other Than English: Spanish

Wonderland Gardens

3145 Rainbow Drive Decatur, GA 30034 Contact(s): Sheldon S. Fleming Phone: (404) 286-6163 E-Mail/Website: [email protected]

www.wonderlandgardens.org

Service Area(s): DeKalb and Greater Atlanta Services Provided: Storyland ­ Storytelling, gardening, art and music; Life skills ­ Work ethics; Outdoor Classroom ­ Hands-on learning about mankind relations to the environment; Community Gardening ­ Allows senior & families hands-on experience in the cultivation of their own garden; and Gardening Classes. Eligibility Restrictions: None Service Accessibility: Walk-in Service Fee(s)/Cost(s): Youth Program Fee(s) ­ $5.50 per visit Adult Program Fee(s) ­ (set by Georgia Perimeter College) Hours of Operation: 9am to 5pm Language Served Other Than English: Yes with a translator, any languages.

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Index of Funding Sources

GRANT/FUNDING TYPE

AGENCY/ ORGANIZATION

Children and Youth Coordinating Council Community County-based Development Aging Service Block Grant Providers DCA (GA Emergency Dept. of Shelter Grants Community Program Affairs) HOME *Human/ Juvenile Court Community Service Service Grant Providers Local Assistance Grant Workforce Development Providers

100 Black Men of America, Inc. 100 Black Women, Inc. Action Ministries, Inc. Africa's Children's Fund, Inc. American Association of Adapted Sports Programs ART Station, Inc. Atlanta Legal Aid Society Inc. ­ DeKalb Office The Black Women's Coalition of Atlanta, Inc. Breakthru House, Inc. Browns Mill Civic & Athletic Association Burnt Fork Watershed Alliance Center for Pan-Asian Community Services, Inc. Childkind, Inc. The Children and Teenagers Foundation 54

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Index of Funding Sources

GRANT/FUNDING TYPE

AGENCY/ ORGANIZATION

Children and Youth Coordinating Council Community County-based Development Aging Service Block Grant Providers DCA (GA Emergency Dept. of Shelter Grants Community Program Affairs) HOME *Human/ Juvenile Court Community Service Service Grant Providers Local Assistance Grant Workforce Development Providers

Children's Restoration Network CHRIS Homes, Inc. Clifton Sanctuary Ministries, Inc. Clinical Alternative Resource Associates, LLC Coalition of Concerned Africans, Inc. Compeer Atlanta Computers in the Hood, Inc. Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Greater Atlanta, Inc. Council on Alcohol and Drugs Cowart Family YMCA Decatur -area Emergency Assistance Ministry Decatur Cooperative Ministry, Inc. DeKalb Citizen Advocacy, Inc.

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Index of Funding Sources

GRANT/FUNDING TYPE

AGENCY/ ORGANIZATION

Children and Youth Coordinating Council Community County-based Development Aging Service Block Grant Providers DCA (GA Emergency Dept. of Shelter Grants Community Program Affairs) HOME *Human/ Juvenile Court Community Service Service Grant Providers Local Assistance Grant Workforce Development Providers

DeKalb Council for the Arts DeKalb County CASA/DeKalb Juvenile Foundation, Inc. DeKalb Court Services DeKalb Enterprise Business Corporation DeKalb Metro Housing Counseling Center DeKalb Rape Crisis Center Delta Life Development Center, Inc. Developmental Disabilities Council of DeKalb, Inc. The Dunwoody Preservation Trust, Inc. East Lake Family YMCA Elaine Clark Center for Exceptional Children Family Ties, Inc. Family Values Net-Works, Inc. The Frazer Center, Inc. 56

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Index of Funding Sources

GRANT/FUNDING TYPE

AGENCY/ ORGANIZATION

Children and Youth Coordinating Council Community County-based Development Aging Service Block Grant Providers DCA (GA Emergency Dept. of Shelter Grants Community Program Affairs) HOME *Human/ Juvenile Court Community Service Service Grant Providers Local Assistance Grant Workforce Development Providers

Furniture Bank of Metro Atlanta Georgia Center For Children Georgia Community Support and Solutions, Inc. Georgia Counseling Network, Inc. Georgia Parent Support Network GSU Neighborhood Collaborative Senior Corps Programs Good Shepherd Services Goodwill Industries of North Georgia, Inc. Green Forest Community Development Corporation I AM, Inc. I CARE Volunteer Drivers for Seniors Initiative For Affordable Housing, Inc. Integrated Life Center, Inc. Interfaith Outreach Home, Inc.

X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

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X

X

Index of Funding Sources

GRANT/FUNDING TYPE

AGENCY/ ORGANIZATION

Children and Youth Coordinating Council Community County-based Development Aging Service Block Grant Providers DCA (GA Emergency Dept. of Shelter Grants Community Program Affairs) HOME *Human/ Juvenile Court Community Service Service Grant Providers Local Assistance Grant Workforce Development Providers

International Family Services International Women's House, Inc. Jerusalem House, Inc. Jewish Family & Career Services, Inc. Justice Center of Atlanta, Inc. Khadijaland, Inc. Latin American Association, Inc. Literacy Volunteers of America - Metro Atlanta Living Room, Inc. Lynwood Park Community Development Corporation Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta (Housemate

Match and Weinstein Center)

X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

Marriott Foundation Bridges . . . from school to work Men Stopping Violence

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Index of Funding Sources

GRANT/FUNDING TYPE

AGENCY/ ORGANIZATION

Children and Youth Coordinating Council Community County-based Development Aging Service Block Grant Providers DCA (GA Emergency Dept. of Shelter Grants Community Program Affairs) HOME *Human/ Juvenile Court Community Service Service Grant Providers Local Assistance Grant Workforce Development Providers

Metro Atlanta Task Force for the Homeless, Inc. Metro Fair Housing Services, Inc. Murphey-Candler Girls' Fastpitch Softball Association Murphey-Candler Little League, Inc. Nicholas House, Inc. Oakhurst Medical Centers, Inc. Our House, Inc. Partnership for Community Action Pathways Community Network, Inc. People Making Progress Phoenix Alliance, Inc. Positive Growth, Inc. Prevent Child Abuse Georgia, Inc. Project New Direction, Inc. 59

X X X

X

X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

Index of Funding Sources

GRANT/FUNDING TYPE

AGENCY/ ORGANIZATION

Children and Youth Coordinating Council Community County-based Development Aging Service Block Grant Providers DCA (GA Emergency Dept. of Shelter Grants Community Program Affairs) HOME *Human/ Juvenile Court Community Service Service Grant Providers Local Assistance Grant Workforce Development Providers

Project Open Hand Atlanta, Inc. Push Push Theater Quality Care for Children, Inc. Refugee Family Services, Inc. Rock Chapel Youth Association Safe Haven Transitional, Inc. St. Joseph's Mercy Care Services St. Vincent DePaul Society, Inc. Samaritan House/Café 458 Scottdale Child Development & Family Resource Center, Inc. Central DeKalb Selective Training Educational Ministries, Inc. Senior Connections, Inc. Shearith Israel Night Shelter for Women 60

X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

Index of Funding Sources

GRANT/FUNDING TYPE

AGENCY/ ORGANIZATION Sisters Helping One Another with Resources and Education, Inc. (SHARE) South DeKalb Business Incubator, Inc. South DeKalb Improvement Initiative Specialized Transportation Systems, Inc. Total Family & Children Services of Georgia Transition House, Inc. Traveler's Aid of Metropolitan Atlanta VOICE/Victory Outreach in Community Empowerment Visiting Nurse Health System Women's Resource Center to End Domestic Violence Wonderland Gardens *Human/Community Service Grant source: DeKalb General Funds and Victim Assistance Funds

Children and Youth Coordinating Council Community County-based Development Aging Service Block Grant Providers DCA (GA Emergency Dept. of Shelter Grants Community Program Affairs) HOME *Human/ Juvenile Court Community Service Service Grant Providers Local Assistance Grant Workforce Development Providers

X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

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Services Provided by Type

This is not intended to serve as a comprehensive index of all services provided by the organizations shown. Each organization is listed according to the primary type of service provided. It should be noted that most organizations provide multiple services.

Children and Youth Services 100 Black Men of America, Inc. 100 Black Women, Inc. Africa's Children's Fund, Inc. American Association of Adapted Sports Programs Browns Mill Civic & Athletic Association Center for Pan-Asian Community Services, Inc. Childkind, Inc. The Children and Teenagers Foundation Children's Restoration Network CHRIS Homes, Inc. Clinical Alternative Resource Associates, LLC Coalition of Concerned Africans, Inc. The Council on Alcohol and Drugs DeKalb County CASA/DeKalb Juvenile Foundation, Inc. DeKalb Court Services Delta Life Development Center, Inc. Elaine Clark Center for Exceptional Children Family Ties, Inc. Family Values Net-Works, Inc. The Frazer Center, Inc. Georgia Center for Children Georgia Parent Support Network Goodwill Industries of North Georgia, Inc. International Family Services Latin American Association, Inc. Murphey-Candler Girls' Fastpitch Softball Association Murphey-Candler Little League, Inc. Partnership for Community Action, Inc. Positive Growth, Inc. Quality Care for Children, Inc. Refugee Family Services Rock Chapel Youth Association Scottdale Child Development & Family Resource Center, Inc. - Central DeKalb South DeKalb Improvement Initiative VOICE Community Development Corporation Domestic Violence Services International Women's House Latin American Association, Inc. Men Stopping Violence Prevent Child Abuse Georgia, Inc. Refugee Family Services Safe Haven Transitional, Inc. Traveler's Aid of Metropolitan Atlanta Women's Resource Center to End Domestic Violence 62

Economic Development/Community Improvement Center for Pan-Asian Community Services, Inc. DeKalb Enterprise Business Corporation Green Forest Community Development Corporation Lynwood Park Community Development Corporation South DeKalb Business Incubator, Inc. VOICE Community Development Corporation Family Services Center for Pan-Asian Community Services, Inc. Childkind, Inc. East Lake Family YMCA Family Ties, Inc. Family Values Net-Works, Inc. Georgia Community Support and Solutions, Inc. Georgia Counseling Network, Inc. International Family Services Jewish Family & Career Services Latin American Association, Inc. Nicholas House, Inc. Partnership for Community Action, Inc. Project New Direction, Inc. Refugee Family Services Scottdale Child Development & Family Resource Center, Inc. - Central DeKalb Total Family & Children Services of Georgia Health Care Services Center for Pan-Asian Community Services, Inc. Oakhurst Medical Centers, Inc. St. Joseph's Mercy Care Services Homeless Services Action Ministries, Inc. Breakthru House, Inc. Center for Pan-Asian Community Services, Inc. Clifton Sanctuary Ministries, Inc. Decatur Cooperative Ministry, Inc. Furniture Bank of Metro Atlanta Integrated Life Center, Inc. Jerusalem House, Inc. Jewish Family & Career Services, Inc. Metro Atlanta Task Force for the Homeless, Inc. Nicholas House, Inc. Our House, Inc. Pathways Community Network, Inc. Phoenix Alliance, Inc. Samaritan House/Café 458 Shearith Israel Night Shelter for Women Transition House, Inc.

Services Provided by Type

This is not intended to serve as a comprehensive index of all services provided by the organizations shown. Each organization is listed according to the primary type of service provided. It should be noted that most organizations provide multiple services.

Housing and Transitional Housing Services Action Ministries, Inc. Africa's Children's Fund, Inc. Center for Pan-Asian Community Services, Inc. Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Greater Atlanta, Inc. DeKalb Metro Housing Counseling Center, Inc. Initiative For Affordable Housing, Inc. Interfaith Outreach Home, Inc. Living Room, Inc. Lynwood Park Community Development Corporation Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta (Housemate Match) Metro Fair Housing Services, Inc. Nicholas House, Inc. St. Vincent DePaul Society, Inc. Traveler's Aid of Metropolitan Atlanta Job Training Center for Pan-Asian Community Services, Inc. East Lake Family YMCA The Frazer Center, Inc. Goodwill Industries of North Georgia, Inc. Jewish Family & Career Services, Inc. Marriott Foundation Bridges . . . from school to work Quality Care for Children, Inc. Juvenile Court Services The Children and Teenagers Foundation CHRIS Homes, Inc. Clinical Alternative Resource Associates, LLC The Council on Alcohol and Drugs DeKalb County CASA/DeKalb Juvenile Foundation, Inc. DeKalb Court Services Family Ties, Inc. Family Values Net-Works, Inc. Georgia Counseling Network, Inc. Georgia Parent Support Network Good Shepherd Services International Family Services Selective Training Educational Ministries, Inc. Substance Abuse Related Services Breakthru House, Inc. The Council on Alcohol and Drugs DeKalb Court Services Good Shepherd Services Integrated Life Center, Inc. Phoenix Alliance, Inc. 63

Senior Services Center for Pan-Asian Community Services, Inc. Decatur Cooperative Ministry, Inc. GSU Neighborhood Collaborative Senior Corps Programs I CARE Volunteer Drivers for Seniors Jewish Family & Career Services, Inc. Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta (Weinstein Center) Project Open Hand - Atlanta, Inc. St. Vincent DePaul Society, Inc. Senior Connections, Inc. Specialized Transportation Systems, Inc. Visiting Nurse Health System Other Services ART Station, Inc. Atlanta Legal Aid Society Inc. ­ DeKalb Office The Black Women's Coalition of Atlanta, Inc. Burnt Fork Watershed Alliance Center for Pan-Asian Community Services, Inc. Compeer Atlanta Computers in the Hood, Inc. Cowart Family YMCA Decatur-area Emergency Assistance Ministry Decatur Cooperative Ministry, Inc. DeKalb Citizen Advocacy, Inc. DeKalb Council for the Arts DeKalb Court Services DeKalb Enterprise Business Corporation DeKalb Rape Crisis Center, Inc. Developmental Disabilities Council of DeKalb, Inc. The Dunwoody Preservation Trust, Inc. East Lake Family YMCA The Frazer Center, Inc. Justice Center of Atlanta, Inc. Khadijaland, Inc. Latin American Association, Inc. Literacy Volunteers of America - Metro Atlanta People Making Progress Prevent Child Abuse Georgia, Inc. Project Open Hand - Atlanta, Inc. Push Push Theater Refugee Family Services St. Vincent DePaul Society, Inc. Sisters Helping One Another with Resources and Education, Inc. (SHARE)

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