On an individual and systemic level, our programs meet the physical, therapeutic, and relational needs of our community's most vulnerable children and families.
There's a place for everyone to enter the story.
The following list of programs are ever-evolving as we assess gaps in the child welfare system and find services to meet a variety of needs.
Technology that allows the community to respond to material needs of at risk families identified by DFCS. When portal requests are met, it prevents removals and disruptions in placements.
Meals for Hope
Freezer meal program to bless bio, kinship, and foster families with a meal. Meals can be picked up from our freezers located at the Murray Center for Hope, DFCS, and The Chapel Midtown.
Local children’s consignment store vouchers offered to foster families in need of items to support their placement.
Pre-existing group of individuals committing to serve a local foster or kinship family by volunteering their time through one of our church partners.
Advocacy for children in Georgia's system that are waiting to be adopted. Specifically, children who have waited 5 years or more, are a part of a larger sibling group, or have special needs.
A time out monthly to give local foster and kinship families a well deserved break.
Foster Family Events
Quarterly and holiday events that create space for foster families to connect with the volunteers and agency professional serving them to create unity.
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A week long overnight, trauma informed summer camp specifically for children in foster care ages 6-12.
An annual celebration hosting the amazingly resilient children in our region who are eligible for adoption and their hope for the future.
Our clinical staff is available to train local schools, businesses, caregivers, and others regarding the distinct needs and appropriate response to children in hard places.
Wellness program supporting our local DFCS employees to decrease turnover rate and improve continuity of care
Child Welfare Issues
Trainings open to the community, meeting the continuing education requirements for foster families.