Education / Training
Jesup GA 31545
Medical care coverage for children, incl. prenatal care for pregnant women, hospitilization, emergency care, immunizations, prescription medications, dental care for children, health checks and screenings.
Youth job training, work experience, help with tutoring. Adults- help with gas/daycare on a daily basis, other expenses no covered under school grants. Youth ages 14 to 21, must be in school or attending a GED program. Adults attending post-secondary schools in need of assistance to complete the program.
Jesup Georgia 31546
Safe Kids Wayne County is led by Wayne County Sheriff’s Office & Wayne County EMA, which provides dedicated and caring staff, operation support and other resources to assist in achieving our common goal: keeping your kids safe. Based on the needs of the community, this coalition implements evidence-based programs, such as car-seat checkups and safety workshops that help parents and caregivers prevent childhood injuries. RISK AREAS WE WORK IN: Home • Button Battery Injury Prevention • Falls Prevention • Fire, Burns and Scalds Prevention • General Home Safety • Liquid Laundry Packets • Medication Safety • Suffocation Prevention and Sleep Safety • Toy Safety • TV and Furniture Tip-overs Prevention • Water Safety Cars and Road • Pedestrian Safety • In and Around Cars Child Passenger Safety Heatstroke Awareness and Prevention Frontovers and Backovers Prevention Getting Ready to Drive Sports and Play • Sports-Related Injuries • Bicycle, Skateboard and Other Wheeled Sports Safety We also have resources for senior drivers
Jesup Ga 31545
Pregnancy Test (Free), STI Testing, Parenting Classes, Option Counseling, Ultrasound, Material Services
Information of purchasing licenses, safety education classes for guns, hunting, and boating.
Brunswick GA 31520
Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Speech-Language Pathology, Vocational Development, and Adult Daycare Program
Residential home for at-risk children and youth.
Living Independence for Everyone (LIFE), Inc. is a Center for Independent Living (CIL). The primary goal of LIFE is to give the right tools to individuals with disabilities so they can become as independent and as fully involved in their community as they want to be.
Call for information on classes, training, nutrition counseling and current programs. 530-3118 or 427-6811.