STAY CONNECTED, STAY STRONG: SUPPORTING FAMILIES IMPACTED BY INCARCERATION
Oakhurst Medical Center

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Family Health Centers of Georgia Health centers providing prevention, early diagnosis, and treatment to residents and at-risk populations in the West End and Greater Atlanta areas https://www.fhcga.org/#modal
Recovery Consultants of Atlanta, Inc. HIRE grants seek to improve the HIV/AIDS health outcomes of formerly incarcerated individuals by supporting community-based efforts to ensure their successful transition from state or federal incarceration back to their communities http://www.recoveryconsultants.org/
Dekalb County Board of Health The Integrating Public Health with Community Policing to Prevent Minority Youth Violence Project helps prevent youth violence by addressing the elevated risk of violence and crime that exists in many of DeKalb County’s most distressed neighborhoods. Utilizing a public health prevention approach, this project will create a partnership among the DeKalb County Board of Health, the Clarkston Police Department, and departments of DeKalb County Government. https://minorityhealth.hhs.gov/omh/content.aspx?ID=10175
Open Arms – Street Outreach Program Mentoring and prevention methods to reduce sexual exploitation and abuse of streeth youth kthomas@openarmsinc.org
Open Arms – Runaway & Homeless Program Provide shelter, safety, and basic necessities to runaways and homeless youth for up to 21 days kthomas@openarmsinc.org
Safe Harbor Children’s Shelter Provide shelter and therapeutic services to children any age under 18 who’ve been abused, abandoned or neglected; who are homeless or have run away from home; or who are otherwise at risk or feel threatened jclark@safeharborcenterinc.org
Advocates for Bartow’s Children Non-profit organization committed to the prevention and treatment of child abuse and neglect lyndsey@advochild.org
Christian City Home for Children, Inc. Focuses primarily on the needs of abused and abandoned children, the aged and infirm. Services provided include residential, health and social services delivered in a manner consistent with the Christian faith ccity@christian-city.org
CHRIS Kids Provide children, adults and families with high-quality, trauma-informed behavioral health services and support systems https://www.chris180.org/
Homeless Authority of Savannah Strategic approaches to addressing the challenges of homelessness janice@homelessauthority.org
Hope Atlanta (Region 1) Stabilize mental health, physical, and substance abuse issues by accessing medication and treatment programs, and ultimately connect them with housing tcosby@hopeatlanta.org
St. Joseph’s Mercy Care Service Offers comprehensive services that meet the majority of primary physical and mental health and wellness needs. karnold@mercyatlanta.org
Behavioral Health Services of South Georgia Provide treatment, service and education in the areas of behavioral health and developmental disabilities, fostering meaningful opportunities for mind and body wellness sjackson@bhsga.com
Hope Atlanta (Region 3) Stabilize mental health, physical, and substance abuse issues by accessing medication and treatment programs, and ultimately connect them with housing dwilson@hopeatlanta.org
New Horizons Community Service Board Community-based behavioral health care, offering a full range of mental health services, addictive diseases treatment and developmental disabilities programs smoore@nhbh.org
Community Advanced Practice Nurses Provide free pyshical and mental health care, as well as transportation to medical appoinments robin.bledsoe@capn.org
Community Friendship, Inc. Offer a wide array of supported housing programs for individuals in the community including group homes, supervised apartments, and independent apartments cdrummond@communityfriendship.org
Serenity Behavioral Health Services Services focus on transportation to mental health appointments, assistance obtaining identifications (i.e. Social Security card, birth certificate, Ga. I.D), applying for housing, linkage and transportation to food banks, assistance with getting prescriptions filled, and providing education about employment and benefits kpaschal@serenitybhs.com
Stand Up for Kids Primarily a nighttime program, with volunteers walking the streets in the evening, distributing food, clothing, hygiene products, distributing resource information, referrals, and offering an 888 number where the kids can reach a StandUp For Kids counselor in each of our cities nationwide. KellyF@standupforkids.org
United Way: Street to Home Provides housing and supportive services for chronically homeless people. The program targets homeless individuals under bridges and on the streets, offering housing and appropriate assistance and services krollins@unitedwayatlanta.org
Fulton Atlanta Community Action Authority Provide employment services, rent and homeless prevention assistance http://facaa.org/
Meals on Wheels Deliver nourishing meals to frail or homebound seniors, provide home repair services, manage seven senior centers, an Adult Day Health Center, and senior companion program ccrusoeingram@mealsonwheelsatlanta.org
Center for Pan Asian Community Services Provides comprehensive social and health services, capacity builidng, and advocacy grace.pyen@cpacs.org
Georgia Lions Lighthouse Foundation Vision and Hearing Services: Vision Clinics, Vision Screenings, Eyeglasses, Diabetic Retinopothies, Corneal Tissue Transplants, Detached Retina Correction, Cataract Correction, Prosthetic Eyes, Hearing Screenings, Digital Hearing Aid malexander@lionslighthouse.org
Good Samaritan Health Center Offers medical, dental, health education, mental health, and social services. Patients pay on a reduced sliding fee scale based on income and household size with the remaining costs provided by donations Trisha@goodsamatlanta.org
Administration for Children and Families (ACF) ACF data and reports highlight our various programs and grants that improve the lives of America’s most vulnerable children, families, communities and individuals. https://www.acf.hhs.gov/reports
National Incarceration Association (NIA) The National Incarceration Association (NIA) – helps families and loved ones navigate the system and empowers them to be strong advocates for their incarcerated loved ones. kateboccia@gmail.com
THE RE-ENTRY CONNECTION INC. THE RE-ENTRY CONNECTION INC., founded in 2010 is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. The mission of the organization is to reduce incarceration and recidivism among formerly incarcerated females. They strive to support and mentor at-risk females facing the challenges of pre-arrest, incarceration and those formerly incarcerated within the criminal justice system. They provide clothing, transportation assistance, case management, emergency referrals, life skills, public speaking, writing skills, job and career prep, resume writing, non-profit mentoring, mass incarceration advocacy, re-entry and social justice advocacy, voting rights and community outreach and volunteerism. More information there_entryconnectioninc@yahoo.com
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VSNS (Visions) VSNS (Visions) is a non-profit organization providing access to healthcare services as well as customized job readiness training and employment referrals for individuals and other community-based organizations. http://www.vsns.org
Lyft Atlanta Lyft Atlanta is committed to provide affordable, reliable and safe visiting day transportation for families and friends to 30 Georgia state prisons. https://www.lyftatlanta.org
Kidz2Leaders Kidz2Leaders exists to break the cycle of incarceration by providing stability, opportunity and a Christian community for children of inmates. They offer Camp Hope, a week-long overnight camp for ages 8 to 15;. Interns4Tomorrow, a year-round job training and employment experience for Camp Hope graduates ages 15 to 18; and Family Support and an Alumni Community. For more information, visit www.kidz2leaders.org or call 770-977-7751.