Jesup GA 31545
Transform families and communities by providing opportunities and services that promote economic support and social independence. Senior Nutrition Program provides meals and social activities to the elderly. Weatherization Program provides free energy related repairs to eligible households to make them more energy efficient.
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American Cancer Society
Jesup GA 31545
After school program and Summer program
Homerville GA 31634
A self-help 12 step program of recovery from alcohol/drug addiction. We provide food, shelter, and arrange medical and dental care through other agencies. Offer an opportunity to receive a GED and coordinate appearance in an effort to obtain employment. (The facility is located approx. 45 minutes from Jesup,Ga.)
Jesup GA 31545
We provide education services to adults age 16 or older or for Dual Enrollment, see your high school counselor. Most of our students seek to earn their GED, remediation of their skills to enroll in college, or improving skills to better their employment opportunities.
JESUP, GA 31545
Mon. - Thurs. 8:00am – 12:00noon
Thurs. 4:00pm – 8:00pm
1777 W. Cherry St.
Jesup, GA 31545
Everyone entering the Adult Education Program must be assessed. Students will be evaluated at these FREE orientation and assessment sessions. Students are then placed in a class based on availability and time preference. All classes are FREE.
Here are the steps to get started:
Gather your materials to bring to the Orientation and Assessment:
Bring your proof of residence (Georgia ID, Passport, etc.) You must present a valid, state picture ID before you can be assessed.
and If you are under the age of 18, you must present official withdrawal forms from the last school that you attended.
Choose one of our Adult Education locations (click here for our locations).
Discuss your High School Equivalency (GED & HiSET) preparation plan with an Adult Education Instructor to create a road map for your future.
Other Exciting News: Georgia residents earning a GED diploma in Georgia will receive a $500 HOPE Grant to use toward post-secondary education at CPTC or any other college.
Jesup GA 31546
Christian counseling and some refererals to specialized services.
Fair Haven's Outreach & Education Program target's domestic violence victims in Wayne, Appling and Jeff-Davis Counties who do not need emergency shelter, but are living with or in domestic violence. The Outreach Program collaborates with other community agencies to obtain the most effective resources to assist the family live a life free from the fear of violence. This program is designed for families to gain knowledge and resources to become a strong and stable family, to assist children's emotional and educational needs while being led by confident and capable parent(s). Monthly support groups are offered as well.
RESOURCE DIRECTORY CRITERIA
Health and human service programs offered by State, county or municipal governments which have offices in or serve residents of Wayne County.
Organizations that serve Wayne County. Agencies outside of the Wayne County area that meet a need for residents in Wayne County, that is not met by a non-profit or public agency within said area.
For profit agencies that provide a service not met by public or non-profit agencies. For profit agencies offering low-cost goods that are not readily available through community non-profit agencies. For profit agencies that offer free or low cost services to the community.
- Advocacy groups related to health and human service issues.
- Civic and business associations.
- Professional organizations that provide a public service.
- Private schools for special needs.
- Professional and regulatory boards.
- Information and referral services.
- Non-profit nursing homes.
- Community groups.
- Chambers of Commerce.
- Licensed childcare facilities.
- Self-help support groups.
- Social or fraternal organizations that serve non-members.
- Administrative offices of public schools in Wayne County
Not Eligible to be Included:
Agencies that violate federal, state or local laws or regulations, Agencies promoting or permitting racism or bigotry,
Agencies that provide services based out of the provider’s home unless licensed to do so,
Organizations (churches, social clubs, etc.) to the extent that they offer a service only to their members, Commercial businesses not described above.