Carroll County Family Connection, Inc., is one of the initial pilot sites that were created in 1991.The Collaborative has positioned itself as a non-profit focusing on networking and relationships; connecting both the general public to partners and partners to each other. While there is no one sentence to explain what Georgia Collaborative does, the tag line says it all, “Helping People Help Others”.
In 1990, Georgians embraced Governor Zell Miller’s challenge to invest in public-private partnerships and collaboration after the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s inaugural KIDS COUNT Data Book ranked Georgia 48th in the nation in child well-being.
Georgia is the only state in the nation that has consistently made that kind of investment for over 30 years.
That investment is called Family Connection.
To improve the well-being and health conditions of families through a collaborative system of physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual supports.
Children Primed for School
Children Succeeding in School
Stable, Self-Sufficient, Productive Families
OUR KEY INNITIATIVES
We work with other agencies and
organizations in our community.
We focus on:
Youth Mental Health, Early Literacy and
Cultivating prevention in our community.
Our local Annual Plan for 2023
Improve Emotional Wellbeing of Families.
Work with partners to increase awareness of resources and support to ensure emotional well-being for families and youth.
Our Family Connection collaborative serves as the local decision-making body, bringing community partners together to develop, implement, and evaluate plans that address the serious challenges facing Georgia’s children and families.
A Connecting Partner:
A Cooperating/Coordinating Partner:
Our collaborating partners provide amazing resources in our community!
306 Bradley Street, Carrollton, GA, USA
09:00 am – 05:00 pm