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Each SHARE client eligibility decision is based on comprehensive assessment of individual circumstances and need. SHARE assistance should improve or stabilize households in financial crisis by addressing immediate threats to utility service, housing or other covered necessities. At our local Salvation Army, you can contact they have a a Food Pantry and Clothing Vouchers on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays 9am-11:30am
Financial Assistance PHONE CALLS only
2nd Thursday of each month. (subject to funding availability).
You must make an appointment with them on their website.
Call 1-844-249-8367 or email HomelessInfo@dca.ga.gov
Are you homeless and need help?
Requests for assistance are reviewed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. All requests must be received by 5:00 pm on Monday to be considered for Tuesday and/or Wednesday of that week.
Please visit their website and follow their instructions:
HOURS OF OPERATION
Food & Other Assistance:
Tuesdays & Thursdays
2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
More information on how to receive assistance contact us at:
or TEXT ONLY: 470-729-1757
General Assistance This program offers rental, utility, and other assistance to families in need.
Call in for this assistance is the first Tuesday of every month. Call 770-834-5282 on the first Tuesday of every month between 9A and 12 noon and leave one message.
For more information please visit their website at ST.MARGARET'S
Covering Carroll and Harralson Counties, the St. Vincent de Paul Society at Our Lady of Perpetual Help helps struggling families meet short term and intermediate needs of basic living. If you need assistance, please call our assistance helpline at (770) 838-1716.
The Pregnancy Resource Center offers:
- Pregnancy Testing
- Limited Ultrasounds
- Pregnancy Options / Coaching
- Parenting Classes
- Material Goods / Assistance
- Post Abortion Support Group
Check their website
If your church would like to support the clinic on a monthly basis.
More information with
Sue Brockman at 678.469.1007
Learn how SAMHSA programs and resources help prevent and end homelessness among people with mental or substance use disorders. Men, women, youth, and families living with mental or substance use issues may need treatment, case management, and discharge planning in addition to financial support (e.g., employment assistance, Housing First programs, targeted rental/housing subsidies) to avoid or escape homelessness. Being homeless, no matter how long it lasts, is a life-altering traumatic event that creates major stress in any person’s life, regardless of age.
Bright from the Start: Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning is responsible for meeting the child care and early education needs of Georgia's children and their families.
CAPS is a parental choice program! Families have the right to make their own choices regarding the type of care, the location of care and the frequency of care.
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For 50 years, Georgia Legal Services Program (GLSP), has offered free legal services to Georgians with low incomes who reside outside metro Atlanta in 154 of the state’s 159 counties. They believe everyone has a right to high quality legal services regardless of location. Their nonprofit law firm exists to ensure qualifying Georgians have access to quality legal services from trusted advocates and partners. They have 10 regional offices that provide free legal services in the areas of family law, housing, access to public benefits, eviction prevention, farmworkers rights, and access to education.
To reintegrate former prisoners into the community, reduce prison recidivism, and improve public safety by addressing the educational, employment, healthcare, housing, and family relationship needs of prisoners re-entering society. The goal is to provide support and the connection to needed services in the community after prisoners have been released.
To reduce crime by implementing a seamless transition with planned services developed for each client delivered through local, county, and state collaboration. These services will help to provide opportunities for developing a productive life by reducing barriers for a successful transition back into the community.
More information at 770-834-6025
Acting Circuit Public Defender
Coweta Circuit Public Defender Offices
Carroll County/Main Office:
306 Tanner Street
Carrollton, GA 30117
A System of Care (SOC) is a philosophy built around the idea that the family should be in charge with regards to the behavioral health services they need. The “system” (which can include state departments, behavioral health providers, teachers, church leaders, or anyone else the individual family thinks should be a part of their team) works with the family to achieve the goals of the family.
Services available include mental health, substance misuse, life skills and skill building, and many others.
Food donation and rescue software that makes it easy for businesses and institutions to donate surplus food and goods directly to local nonprofits.
If you need food, please check this link, and enter your zip code. If you know of an agency that cannot be located on the map, please suggest them to join.