HALL COUNTY COMMUNITY RESOURCE HANDBOOK Compiled by Hall County Head Start

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1 NINTH DISTRICT OPPORTUNITY, INC. HALL COUNTY COMMUNITY RESOURCE HANDBOOK Compiled by Hall County Head Start

2 Table of Contents AGENCY NAME/SERVICE PG. Emergency Telephone Numbers Important Telephone Numbers Toll Free Numbers ABUSE ASSISTANCE Child Abuse Avita CASA Program / Hall Dawson Department of Family and Children Services (DFCS) / Hall County Prevent Child Abuse Georgia Still Waters Counseling Center Domestic Abuse Gateway House / Emergency Shelter My Sister s Place S.A.F.E. INC Still Waters Counseling Center Elder Abuse Division of Aging Services Sexual Abuse Children s Center for Hope and Healing Gateway House / Emergency Shelter NOA s Ark, Inc Rape Response Inc Still Waters Counseling Center Substance Abuse Agora House for Men & Women Alcoholics Anonymous Atlanta Union Mission Gainesville City Baptist Rescue Mission Laurelwood Ridgeview Institute Still Waters Counseling Center AGING Eldercare Locator Legacy Link Smokey Springs Independent Living AGRICULTURE UGA Hall County Extension Service USDA Hall County Farm Service Agency

3 ANIMALS Humane Society of Northeast Georgia COUNSELING Affiliated Psychological and Medical Consultant Atlanta Family Counseling Center Avita Behavioral Medicine Center of Northeast Georgia Center Point Choices: Pregnancy Care Center Family Recovery Family Ties Gamblers Anonymous Gary H. Bible, PhD Georgia Development Center: Clark Lillee PHD North Georgia Psychological Services Paul Carroll, LPC Rape Response, Inc Teen Pregnancy Prevention, Inc The Family Relations Program, Inc Thomas H. White, Ph.D EDUCATION ESOL/ESL Adult Learning Center Christ Lutheran Church First Baptist Church Goodwill Career Center Interactive College GED Adult Learning Center Atlanta Job Corps Center Lanier Technical College General Adult Learning Center Alliance for Literacy Atlanta Technical College Brenau University Gwinnett Technical College Hall County Board of Education Lanier Technical Career Services Pioneer Regional Educational Service Agency - RESA Region 3 Migrant Education Program Office (Formerly Piedmont Migrant Program) University of North Georgia (UNG)

4 EMERGENCY American Red Cross, Northeast Georgia Chapter Georgia Emergency Management Agency GEMA Hall County Emergency Management Agency Helpline of Georgia LifeSouth United Way of Hall County, Inc EMPLOYMENT General Atlanta Job Corps Center Georgia Dept. of Labor Vocational Rehabilitation Gainesville City Manager Office Goodwill Career Center Georgia Department of Labor - Career Center Labor Ready Rehabilitation Industries of Northeast Georgia Temporary Employment Agencies A OK Personnel Addeco Employment Services Advantage Staffing Atlanta Job Corps Center CHASE Professionals Etcon Employment Solutions Gainesville City Manager Office Georgia Department of Labor - Career Center Georgia Dept. of Labor Vocational Rehabilitation Goodwill Career Center Interim Personnel Labor Ready Management Recruiters Inc MDT Personnel Randstad Rehabilitation Industries of Northeast Georgia Resource MFG Select Staffing Spherion Top Notch Personnel FAMILY/PARENTING Childcare Boys and Girls Clubs of Hall County J.A. Walters YMCA Joyland Child Development Center Ninth District Opp., Inc./Hall County Head Start/GA Pre-K/EHS Smart Starts / Day Care

5 Child Support Child Support Enforcement - Region Children s Resources Choices: Pregnancy Care Center Department of Family & Children Services (DFCS) / Hall County Gainesville/Hall County SAFE KIDS Georgia Dept. of Public Health Goodwill Career Center Quality Care for Children Teens Birthright International Center Point G-CAPP (GA Campaign for Adolescent Power and Potential) / El Puente Regional Youth Detention Center Teen Pregnancy Prevention, Inc FINANCIAL Better Business Bureau Clear Point (Formerly CredAbility) Federal Trade Commission Consumer Response GOVERNMENT Elected Officials Attorney General Sam Olens City of Buford City of Clermont City of Flowery Branch City of Gainesville Mayor Danny Dunagan City of Lula City of Oakwood GA Governor Nathan Deal GA Lieutenant Governor Casey Cagle GA Representative Carl Rogers GA Representative Doug Collins GA Representative Emory Dunahoo, Jr GA Secretary of State Brian P. Kemp GA Senator Butch Miller Hall County Commission Chairman Tom Oliver U.S. Representative Tom Graves U.S. Senator Hon. Johnny Isakson U.S. Senator Hon. Saxby Chambliss Social Security Social Security Administration Tax Hall County Tax Commissioner's Office Internal Revenue Service Tax Assistance Voting Hall County Elections / Voter Registration

6 HEALTH Dental Denture Connection Good News Clinic Hall County Health Department - Dental Health Program Indigent Medication Asst. Prog./ Ninth District Opportunity Inc Lanier Technical Dental Region 3 Migrant Education Program Office (Formerly Piedmont Migrant Program) Insurance Department of Family & Children Services (DFCS) / Hall Co PeachCare for Kids Social Security Administration Low Cost/Low Income Georgia Highlands Medical Services Good News Clinic Hall County Health Department MedLink Gainesville Northeast Georgia Medical Center Right From the Start Medicaid Urgent Care Miscellaneous Health Resources American Cancer Society Babies Can t Wait Hall County Health Department - Women s Health Services Healthfinder March of Dimes Northeast Georgia Division National Alliance for Hispanic Health - Su Familia Northeast Georgia Speech Center, Inc Ronald McDonald House Scottish Rite Children s Hospital Sickle Cell Foundation of Georgia, Inc The Doctor Network Tugaloo Home Health Agency Vision Eye Care America Georgia Lions Lighthouse Foundation Hall County Health Department Prevent Blindness Georgia Renewed Vision HOUSING Apartments Athens St./Butler Apartments Lake Forest Apartments Lenox Park Apartments Linwood Apartments Orchard Brook Paces Landing in Oconee Springs Ridgecrest Apartments

7 The Retreat at McEver Vineyards of McEver Windcliff Apartments (Elderly, Disabled, or Handicapped) Housing Assistance Community Development (Housing Rehab. Loan Program) Department of Community Affairs Rental Assistance Prog Gainesville Action Ministries (GAM) - Transitional Housing Gainesville Housing Authority Habitat for Humanity of Hall County Home Development Resources HUD/Housing and Urban Development Ninth District Opportunity, Inc., Hall County Rural Development Housing Program Section 8-Rental Assistance Program United Methodist Children s Home IMMIGRATION Citizenship US Dept. of Immigration & Naturalization Services Interpreting Catholic Charities International Center Gainesville City Schools LEGAL ASSISTANCE Georgia Legal Services Lawyers.com MENTAL HEALTH Alpine Center Avita Behavioral Health Link Brenau Center for Psychological Services Department of Family and Children Services (DFCS) / Hall County Georgia Parent Support Network, Inc Laurelwood / Mental Health Services Mental Health America NAMI of Hall County Ridgeview Institute Screening for Mental Health, Inc MISCELLANEOUS RESOURCES Birth Certificates Vital Records/Birth and Death Certificates Driver s License Department of Driver s Services - Gainesville Office (DDS) Foundations/General Information Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce Public Service Commission

8 United Methodist Children s Home Veteran s Service Department Immunizations Hall County Health Department Social Security Cards Social Security Administration RECREATION Athletics Boys and Girls Clubs of Hall County Boys and Girls Clubs of Hall County- Joseph F. Walters Club Frances Meadows Aquatic Center Gainesville Parks and Recreation Agency Hall County Parks and Leisure INK (Interactive Neighborhood for Kids) J.A. Walters YMCA Camps Boy Scouts of America- Northeast Georgia Council Boys and Girls Clubs of Hall County Boys and Girls Clubs of Hall County- Joseph F. Walters Club Camp Fire Elachee Nature Science Center Gainesville Parks and Recreation Agency Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia Hall County Parks and Leisure J.A. Walters YMCA Clubs Boys and Girls Clubs of Hall County Boys and Girls Clubs of Hall County- Joseph F. Walters Club J.A. Walters YMCA Scouting Boy Scouts of America- Northeast Georgia Council Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia SPECIAL NEEDS Challenged Child and Friends, Inc Children with Special Needs/Babies Can't Wait Easter Seals North Georgia Northeast Georgia Chapter of the Autism Society of America Parent to Parent of Georgia, Inc SUPPLEMENTAL ASSISTANCE Atlanta Union Mission/Gainesville Thrift Store Chattahoochee Baptist Association Choices: Pregnancy Care Center Christ Lutheran Church Gainesville Action Ministries Gainesville City Baptist Rescue Mission

9 Gateway House - Thrift Store Good News at Noon Men's Shelter Good Shepherd Lutheran Food Bank Habitat for Humanity of Hall County Joe s Place/Riverbend Baptist Church My Baby Counts/Gainesville Care NOA s Ark, Inc Northlake Baptist Church Region 3 Migrant Education Program Office (Formerly Piedmont Migrant Program) Salvation Army / Thrift Store United Methodist Children s Home Whispering Hope TRANSPORTATION Gainesville/Hall County Community Service Center Greyhound Bus Lines (throughout US) Hall Area Transit (Red Rabbit)

10 COMMUNITY RESOURCE HANDBOOK HALL COUNTY HEAD START/EARLY HEAD START/GA PRE-K This Community Resource Handbook has been compiled to aid Hall County Head Start/Early Head Start/GA Pre-K families in gaining access to community resources to meet family needs. This handbook includes telephone numbers, locations, and services provided by each agency. Please visit our website at: 10

11 EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBERS FIRE 911 POLICE 911 AMBULANCE 911 SHERIFF ( ) INFORMATION REFERRAL (United Way) 211 CHILD ABUSE REPORTING or 911 ENVIRONMENTAL EMERGENCY FBI GATEWAY HOUSE (Domestic Violence Hotline) GBI GEORGIA NATURAL RESOURCES HALL COUNTY MANS/DRUGS NATIONAL SUICIDE PREVENTION LIFELINE TALK [8255] POISON CONTROL RAPE RESPONSE STATE PATROL

12 IMPORTANT TELEPHONE NUMBERS AID Atlanta Alzheimer s disease and Related Disorders, Atlanta American Cancer Society, Atlanta American Heart Association, Atlanta Arthritis Foundation, Atlanta Child Support Recovery Unit, Oakwood Council on Human Development Services, Athens Easter Seals Society, Augusta Emory University Switchboard, Atlanta Family Planning & Counseling Services, Atlanta (Planned Parenthood) Georgia Rehabilitation Association, Atlanta Georgia s Council on Developmental Disabilities for Atlanta Justice Center of Atlanta, Inc., Atlanta Lighthouse for the Blind (Lions Club), Atlanta Muscular Dystrophy Association, Atlanta Northeast Georgia Speech and Hearing Center, 604 Washington St. Gainesville All About Developmental Disabilities (AADD), Atlanta Sickle Cell Foundation of Georgia, Inc., Atlanta Spina Bifida Association of Georgia, Buford

13 TOLL FREE NUMBERS ADOPTION National Adoption Center 800.TO.ADOPT ( ) AIDS Public Health Service AIDS Hotline 800.CDC.INFO ( ) ALCOHOLISM National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information HELP ( ) BLINDNESS/VISION American Council of the Blind American Foundation for the Blind 800.AFBLIND ( ) Library for the Blind & Physically Handicapped, Atlanta National Eye Care Project Hotline EYES ( ) National Library Services for the Blind & Physically Handicapped BURN VICTIMS International Shriners Headquarters CANCER AMC Cancer Information Line National Cancer Institute Information Service 800.4CANCER ( ) CAREER COUNSELING Kidney Foundation, Atlanta Job Accommodation Network (JAN) ERIC Education Resources Information Center CEREBRAL PALSY United Cerebral Palsy Associations, Inc UCPA Affiliate Relations Division UCPA Community Services Division CHILD ABUSE Child Help National Hotline (sexual abuse victims & family) Safetalk Hotline

14 CLEFT PALATE American Cleft Palate Educational Foundation CLEFT ( ) COMMUNICATION DISORDERS American Speech-Language-Hearing Association National Center for Stuttering CONSUMER Report Lost or Stolen Credit Cards DEAFNESS HEARING IMPAIRMENTS Captioned Films for the Deaf National Hearing Aid Society DIABETES Juvenile Diabetes Foundation Hotline DISEASES Alzheimer s Association Disease and Related Disorders American Leprosy Missions Huntington s Disease Society of America Lupus Foundation of America National Association for Sickle Cell Disease, Inc National Parkinson Foundation DOWN SYNDROME National Down Syndrome Congress National Down Syndrome Society EMPLOYMENT Job Accommodation Network (JOB) EQUIPMENT AT&T National Special Needs Center EPILEPSY Epilepsy Foundation of America s National Information Center KIDNEY DISORDERS American Kidney Foundation LEARNING DISABILITIES (DYSLEXIA) Educators Publishing Service International Dyslexia Assocation MEDIA Disability Media, Inc

15 MEDICAL SERVICES Medication Errors Reporting Program Children s Healthcare of Atlanta at Scottish Rite MENTAL RETARDATION Association for Retarded Citizens of the United States (ARC) MISSING CHILDREN National Center for Missing and Exploited Children NEUROLOGICAL IMPAIRMENT/PARALYSIS National Headache Foundation NUTRITION Agriculture Consumer Service Program (directory service) Beech-Nut Nutrition Service Program Gerber Products Company ORGAN DONORS The Living Bank ORTHOPEDIC PROBLEMS Shriners Hospital PESTICIDES Pesticide Information POISON CONTROL CENTER Poison Control Commission PUBLIC SERVICE Public Service Commission RARE DISORDERS National Reye s Syndrome Foundation National Tuberous Sclerosis Association 800.CAL.NTSA ( ) REHABILITATION National Rehabilitation Information Center NARIC ( ) RESPIRATORY DISEASE National Jewish Center for Immunology & Respiratory Medicine Lung Line LUNG ( ) RUNAWAY National Runaway Switchboard SPINA BIFIDA Spina Bifida Hotline

16 SUBSTANCE ABUSE National Clearinghouse for Alcohol & Drug Information Helpline Georgia SUICIDE/CRISIS HELPLINES National Hopeline Network National Suicide Prevention Lifeline Youth America Hotline - Counseling for Teens by Teens National Graduate Student Crisis Line 800-SUICIDE ( ) TALK ( ) 877.YOUTHLINE ( ) 800.GRAD.HLP ( ) The Trevor Project (For lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning youth) Vet2Vet Veteran's Crisis Hotline Veteran's Crisis Line PRESS 1 TTY - Hearing & Speech Impaired PPD Moms SUDDEN INFANT DEATH SYNDROME American Sudden Infant Death Syndrome Institute TOYS Consumer Product Safety TRAUMA American Trauma Society

17 A OK Personnel - Temp. Agency 200 Main Street SW (770) Addeco Employment Services - Temp Agency 2628 Pleasant Hill Suite 600 (770) Duluth, GA Website:www.adeccousa.com/ Adult Learning Center 4 ½ Stallworth Street, Suite B (770) (English Classes) (770) (GED Classes) (770) (Fax) 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM, Monday - Friday Offer the following programs: 1- Studying for the GED, 2-GED testing, 3-basic literacy tutoring & tutor training, 4- basic literacy classes (reading), 5-English classes for speakers of other languages, 6-English as a second language tutoring and tutor training. Advantage Staffing 975 Dawsonville Hwy. (770) (770) Website: Affiliated Psychological and Medical Consultant 200 W. Academy St. NW Ste. A (770) (770) (Fax) 9:00 AM 5:00 PM, Monday Friday Provides marriage and family therapy, counseling of children and adolescents, individual psychotherapy for adults, children and family, and EEG neurofeedback. Does not require special eligibility. Self-referrals are welcome. Specialize in child psychology, attention deficit disorder (Hyperactivity), childhood behavior problems, academic under achievement, eating disorders, divorce, re-marriage, neuropsychological therapy, women s issues, drug/alcohol therapy, medical/health issues and grief counseling. All forms of insurance accepted, except CIGNA. Agora House for Men & Women 360 Oak St. #F (770) (678) (Emergency) (770)

18 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM - 7 days a week Website: 12 month to 2 year in-house treatment for substance abuse. Men and women, 18 years and older. There are three different houses in Gainesville area. It requires the client to find a job while in the program. Alcoholics Anonymous 127 Peachtree St. #1310 (404) Atlanta, GA (404) (Fax) 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM Website: 24 hour answering service to help the alcoholic who cannot stop drinking by associating him/her with other sober alcoholics. Each area has group meetings. Information help-line for referral services. Alliance for Literacy 4 1/2 Stallworth St. (770) (770) (770) (Fax) 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM, Monday - Friday Provide referrals to anyone who needs literacy services in Hall County. Primarily refer those ages 16 and older to Adult Learning Center. Operates reading program on Cooley Dr. for children & families during the summer. Offers GED classes/testing and English language program (ELP). Citizenship classes. Participants must have a state issued ID or a US Passport. Alpine Center Mailing Address: 715 Wood s Mill Rd. PO Box 2459 Gainesville, GA :30 AM-3:30 PM Mon-Fri (770) (770) (Fax) School for severe emotional and behavioral problems. Ages Birth to 21 years (no fee). American Cancer Society 2565 Thompson Bridge Road\ (770) Suite 114 (770) (Patient Navigation Center) (770) (Fax) Website: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM, Monday - Friday 18

19 Support group and education for cancer patients and their families. Volunteers drive cancer patients to and from treatment centers. Contact Rena Pendley for support group information. American Red Cross, Northeast Georgia Chapter Blood Donation Center: Chapter Address: Mailing Address: 311 Jesse Jewell Pkwy, Suite White Sulphur Rd Suite 230 PO Box 3370 Gainesville, GA Blood Donation Center Hours: 12:00 PM - 7:00 PM, Mon. - Thurs. 9:00 AM-5:00 PM, Monday - Friday (770) :00 AM - 3:00 PM, Friday 24 hour coverage for disaster and (770) (Blood Donation Center) 7:00 AM - 2:00 PM, Saturday military emergencies. (800) (9:00-5:00 Mon-Fri) (770) (Fax) Provides a range of services including disaster relief, health, social, blood programs and support communication for the military and their families. Athens St - Butler Apartments Mailing Address 750 Pearl Nix Pkwy Attn: Judith Escamilla PO Box 653 Gainesville, GA :00 AM - 4:00 PM, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday (770) :00 AM - 12:00 PM, Wednesday, Friday (770) (Fax) Weekends - By Appointment Low income public housing Atlanta Family Counseling Center 190 Camden Hill Rd. #A (770) Lawrenceville, GA (770) (Fax) 8:00 AM 7:30 PM, Monday Thursday 8:00 AM 2:00 PM, Friday 8:00 AM 3:00 PM, Saturday (For group sessions) Website: Provides play, group, individual, families, and couples therapy; however, they specialize in addiction, domestic violence and play therapy. Eligible to receive insurance payment and we do offer a sliding scale fee. Atlanta Job Corps. Center 239 West Lake Avenue N.W. (404) Atlanta, GA (800) Website: 8:00 AM 4:00 PM, Monday - Friday 19

20 Education and vocational training program that offers young people between the ages of 16 and 25 the opportunity to learn a trade, earn their high school diploma, and gain the skills necessary to begin a successful career. You can also earn your high school diploma or GED, develop essential employability skills, and if you're considering a career in the military, Job Corps can help you become eligible. Our counselors will even work with you after you graduate to find housing, transportation, childcare and other services that will make your transition out of the program easier. Atlanta Technical College 1560 Metropolitan Pkwy SW (404) Atlanta, GA Website: Atlanta Technical College, a unit of the Technical College System of Georgia, located in the city of Atlanta, is an accredited institution of higher education that provides affordable lifelong learning opportunities, associate degrees, diplomas, technical certificates of credit, customized business and industry training, continuing education and other learning services using state-of-the-art technology. The integration of academics and applied career preparation to enhance student learning is essential in meeting the workforce demands and economic development needs of the people, businesses, and communities of Fulton and Clayton Counties Atlanta Union Mission Mailing Address 2353 Bolton Rd. Attn: James Reiss Gainesville, GA PO Box :00 AM - 4:00 PM, Monday - Friday (404) Shelter Hours: (404) (Fax) 24 hours a day, 7 days a week Website: 4 different shelters - see website for details. Substance abuse shelters for men and women. Potters House is one of the shelters. Atlanta Union Mission - Gainesville Thrift Store 328 Oak Street (404) Website: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM, Monday - Saturday Thrift store to support Atlanta Union Mission. If anyone cannot afford to pay for clothes, they will not be charged but must be referred by DFCS, Red Cross, or church. Call (404) to arrange for pick up. 4 different shelters - see website for details. Substance abuse shelters for men and women. Potters House is one of the shelters. Attorney General Sam Olens 40 Capitol Square, SW (404) Atlanta, GA (404) (Fax) Website: 20

21 Avita 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Monday-Thursday; 8:00 AM-6:00 PM Friday Outpatient Service: Mental Health, substance abuse. Children, teens and adults served. Adults Programs Address 915 Interstate Ridge Dr. Suite G1 (678) (General number) (678) (Fax) (800) (Crisis Line) Children & Youth Programs Address 915 Interstate Ridge Dr. (678) Suite I (678) Adolescent SA Club House Address 113 A-B Bradford St (678) Crisis Stabilization Unit Address 4331 Thurmond Tanner Pkwy (678) (Local) Flowery Branch, GA (855) (Out of Area) Development Disability Services Address 3509 Mabry Rd (678) Gainesville, GA Intensive Addiction Treatment Services Address 915G Interstate Ridge Dr. (678) Gainesville, GA Peer Support Program Address 3509 Mabry Rd (678) Gainesville, GA Avita Pharmacy (678) (Local) (888) (Out of area) Babies Can t Wait 1856 Thompson Bridge Road Suite 103 (770) (770) (Fax) 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM, Monday - Friday; others by appointment Website: health.state.ga.us/programs/bcw/ 21

22 Developmental services for children 0-3 years old which provides early intervention case management and services for children who are developmentally delayed. Behavioral Health Link None - Internet based (800) hours / 7 days week crisis hotline Website: Programs include both in person and online programs for depression, bipolar disorder, generalized anxiety disorders, posttraumatic stress disorder, eating disorders, alcohol problems, and suicide prevention. Web site designed to assist individuals in finding local screening events for the above problems. It also assists with finding local mental health providers. 24 hours/day. Behavioral Medicine Center of Northeast Georgia 100 Spring St. Suite B (770) (770) (Fax) (770) (Emergency) 9:00 AM - 8:30 PM, Tuesday - Thursday Offers individual, family, children and couples therapy. Services include psychological, psycho-educational, neuropsychological assessments and adult psychiatry. No special requirements are necessary. Specialize in psychotherapy, neuropsychology, biofeedback, couples, and family therapy. Rates based on sliding income based scale. Does not accept insurance on discretion of provider. Better Business Bureau 503 Oak Place, Suite 590 (404) Atlanta, GA (404) (Fax) 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM Monday Friday (24 hr voice mail) Website: Collects & reports information regarding business complaints to help prospective consumers make informed decisions. Provides information about charities & other organizations seeking donations. Offer mediation & arbitration for customers against companies they have paid or contracted with for services. Monitors advertising & selling practices. Provide pamphlets on a wide variety of topics of interest to customers & businesses. Birthright International Mailing Address 3424 Hardee Avenue P.O. Box Chamblee, GA Atlanta, GA Monday - Friday Website: (770) (Atlanta Birthright) (800) (24 hour) (770) (Fax) 22

23 Birthright provides caring, non-judgmental support to girls and women who are distressed by an unplanned pregnancy. Using its own resources and those of the community, Birthright offers positive and loving alternatives. Birthright presents many services and refers for many more. We provide friendship and emotional support, free pregnancy testing and maternity and baby clothes. We also give information and referrals to help clients meet legal, medical, financial, and housing needs. Birthright treats each woman as an individual who deserves kindness and respect, as well as personal attention to her unique situation. All Birthright services are free, absolutely confidential, and available to any woman regardless of age, race, and creed, economic or marital status. Boy Scouts of America - Northeast Georgia Council Mailing Address 148 Boy Scout Trail PO Box 399 Pendergrass, GA Jefferson, GA :00 AM - 5:30 PM, Monday - Friday (800) (Pendergrass Office) 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM, Saturday (706) (Fax) Website: nega-bsa.org/ Youth development program with fun learning activities that instill values to help enable youth to make ethical choices over their lifetime. Teach leadership, citizenship, and physical fitness. Offer variety of summer camps for all youth. Boys and Girls Clubs of Hall County Mailing Address 1 Positive Place Attn: Chuck Graham PO Box 691 Gainesville, GA Hours: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Office) 2:30 PM - 6:30 PM Monday - Friday (ages 6-12; ages 13-18) (770) :30 AM - 5:30 PM Summer (770) (Business line) 3:30 PM - 8:00 PM Teen Center (ages 13-18) (770) (Fax) Website: The mission of the Boys & Girls Club is to help youth of all backgrounds with special concern for those from disadvantaged circumstances, develop the qualities needed to become responsible citizens and leaders. Core programs include, character and leadership development, education and career development, health and positive life skills, arts and cultural awareness, sports, fitness and recreation. Boys and Girls Clubs of Hall County - Joseph F. Walters Club 2094 Memorial Park Dr. (678) Gainesville, GA (770) (Fax) 2:30 PM - 6:00 PM, Monday - Friday (ages 6-12) 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Administration 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM Summer 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM Teen Center (ages 13-18) Website: 23

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