Shares Member Agencies
COALITION OF NORTHEAST GEORGIA (Athens)
Offers a wide range of services to its clients, including case
management, support groups and a buddy program.
EDUCATION & SERVICES FOR MINORITIES
Provides education/prevention to people of color (primarily
African-Americans) on the facts about HIV/AIDS, and related
practical psycho-social support, housing, food and financial
Caring for our community, AG provides supportive services to
people living with HIV/AIDS and public awareness through community
education programs in Gwinnett, Newton, Rockdale counties.
Each year our programs use advocacy, education, treatment activism
and peer support, to provide over 6,000 people the tools for
living a quality life with HIV.
PROJECT (Statesboro and Augusta)
Provides support groups for people with HIV/AIDS, financial
assistance, peer counseling, transportation assistance, community
outreach prevention, advocacy and referral for clinical services.
Facilitates culturally sensitive mental health and preventative
programs for people affected by HIV/AIDS.
Delivers two freshly prepared meals, seven days a week, to Atlantans
living with AIDS/HIV related illnesses, other critical illnesses,
and homebound seniors.
Tours eight original, issue-oriented plays to schools throughout
Georgia about community concerns including conflict resolution,
teen pregnancy, literacy, substance abuse and school violence.
ROOTS- Artists and Communities
A coalition of artists committed to social change, Alternate
ROOTS supports original performing art that is rooted in a particular
community of place, tradition, or spirit.
PROGRAM (Achieving Change through Theatre-in-Education)
EN-ACTE is a peer-based program for teens, ages 13-21. Original,
cutting-edge theatre is used to educate teens about sexual decision-making.
OF GEORGIA FOUNDATION
Defends civil liberties through public education and by litigating
precedent-setting legal questions to protect the rights of all
AREA HABITAT FOR HUMANITY (Athens)
Works with donors, volunteers and homeowners to build decent,
affordable housing for God's people in need and to make shelter
a matter of conscience.
HARM REDUCTION CENTER
Offers street outreach/education targeted towards reducing the
harm caused by drug use. We present harm reduction trainings
and workshops for individuals and groups.
ADVANCED PRACTICE NURSES
Provides free physical, mental and preventative health care
to over 7,000 homeless and medically underserved women, adolescents
and children in metropolitan Atlanta each year.
FOR SOUTHERN COMMUNITIES
Supports small community groups working for environmental justice,
women's rights, youth development, lesbian/gay rights, disability
rights, workers' rights and civil rights.
Georgia Organics promotes sustainable, organic growing -- a
food and agriculture system that is economically profitable,
environmentally sound and beneficial to rural communities and
society in general.
Partners with over 100 community-based agencies and 31 public
schools to engage a corps of 20,000 Atlanta volunteers in service
each day of the year.
Works to end men's violence against women. We educate the public,
train professionals, influence public policy and provide classes
for batterers and at-risk teens.
FORD MEMORIAL COMMITTEE (Bishop)
Offers scholarships for high school seniors themed towards
justice and racial reconciliation as a living memorial
to four African Americans lynched in Walton County.
COUNSELING CENTER OF N.E. GEORGIA (Athens, Greensboro, Madison)
Provides team-oriented, cost-efficient counseling, education,
and consultation which emphasizes the inter-relatedness of body,
mind, spirit and community.
HOUSE OF ATLANTA/CAFE 458
Provides multiple services to homeless individuals. Services
include employment readiness support, Cafe 458 meals/case management,
voice mail and transitional housing.
Offers a safe, comfortable space for Atlanta's gay, lesbian,
bisexual, transgender and questioning youth, providing support
services, educational and social activities.