Salvation Army

Programs provide educational, social, and character building activities for low-income, homeless and precariously housed youth. Ensures that disadvantaged youngsters (6 to 18 years) have greater access to quality programs and services that will enhance their lives and...

Positive Growth

Provides individualized, integrated services (academic support, conflict resolution skills, etc.) to address the complex and interrelated needs of troubled youth and their parents and families. Joseph Arnold Execitive Director 945 North Indian Creek Drive Clarkston,...

New American Pathways

Provides programming that ensures parents are effective teachers and advocates for their children (ages 0-5), and that the children are school-ready. Also, provides customized literacy tutoring and academic support for refugee youth (grades K-12). Paedia Mixon, ED...

Girls Incorporated of Greater Atlanta

Prepares girls (grades K-3) for success by offering safe, structured and affordable out of school programming; the program is broken into two formats: the After School Program and Girls Inc. University (GIU – summer camp). Michelle Graves Program Director 1401...

Georgia Center for Child Advocacy

To provide a home that addresses the physical and emotional needs of children in crisis; primarily serves teenagers and large sibling groups from birth to age 18. Tisa Barnave Client Service Coordinator 1485 Woodland Avenue, S.E. Atlanta, GA 30316 678-904-2880...