Make sure to contact Ms. Lori Thomas
Two different opportunities. One to get heart health screening on January 28th and the The 9th annual Go for Red Women's Heart Health Seminar and Luncheon is on February 4, 2023 at 11:30AM.
RSVP for the screening and purchase tickets for the seminar and luncheon at www.rousefoundation.org
On Saturday, February 11,2023
Register before February 17th!
Help us build healthier communities!
You can sign up to participate in one (or all!) of the meetings, which will be on Tuesdays in February and March and will each focus on one of the following priority areas:
• Wellness & Healthy Lifestyles
• Behavioral & Mental Health
• Access to Care
• Social Determinants of Health
Each group will work to create the new CHIP using District 4’s 2022 Community Health Assessments (CHAs), which tell the story of each of our 12 counties through quantitative and qualitative data and are intended to be used as a foundation to improve the health of our communities. Even if you’re unable to join a workgroup, we encourage you to take a look at the CHAs at http://ow.ly/2cvQ50MF7QO
For more information about the upcoming meetings—or if you’re part of an organization that has data that could be included in the CHAs, please send us a direct message!
Please register by e-mailing Ms. Lindsey Williamson
or call 205-639-8332
For more information, contact Lisa Merrell at
These are FREE Digital Skills Trainings.
Make sure to contact Ms. Angelia O'Neal or scan the QR code, or pulse to find out more information.
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More information call 1-800-273-1708 Ext 801
Adell Foundation is now in Temple.
Carrollton Housing Authority
Abstinence Education Program
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High View Pantry
When: 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month, 10 AM -12 PM
Where: Highview Church, 1100 S Van Wert Rd, Villa Rica, GA 30180
Assisting the community who lives in Villa Rica and surrounding counties, with food and home supplies. They have shelf-stable items, frozen food and fresh produce. They allow patrons to shop for themselves and pick exactly what they need for their families.
More information at
More information with Felicia Bellinger
from Adell Foundation