Georgia Center For Resources & Support

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New Tool to Support Families
Children need stable and nurturing relationships and environments for healthy development. It takes parents, caregivers and RESOURCES to make that happen.
Prevent Child Abuse Georgia is proud to announce the launch of the 1-800-CHILDREN Helpline companion tool. Find supportive programs near you on the interactive map!This tool contains over 3,000 organizations and programs around the state that support families.
The Map Includes Resources For:
Courts/ Criminal Justice/ Public Safety
Education/ Employment
Family and Community Resources
Food/ Clothing/ Shelter
Abuse/ Domestic Violence
The Resource Map is For:
Professionals that work with families
Parents, Foster Parents, Grandparents, Kin, and/or Friends
Crime Victims or Survivors of Abuse 
Faith Communities
Want to learn more about our resource map?
?         Register for the Resource Map How To Webinar, May 1, 1pm- 2pm.
?         View the Resource Map Tip Sheeton ways to better search for resources near you.
?         View the full Resource Map Press Release.
Families, parents, and caregivers are still encouraged to call 1-800-CHILDREN (1-800-244-5373). Callers can talk to individuals who are trained to listen to complex situations and want to help. It is a free statewide helpline that will give people information they can use wherever they live in Georgia.