Dawson County Partner Agencies/Programs
American Red Cross (706) 265-4050
Provides services ranging from disaster relief, CPR, first aid training, blood collection, aid to military families and youth programs.
Challenged Child and Friends, Inc. (770) 535-8372
A therapeutic educational center for children 6 weeks to 6 years of age with special needs and their typical peers.
Children's Center for Hope and Healing (770_ 532-6530
Serves individuals and families with the purpose of breaking the cycle of child sexual abuse and to prevent the victimization of children.
Dawson County 4-H Council (706) 265-2442
Provides diverse youth programs in areas of education, recreation and leadership for all youth ages 9 to 19 years.
Dawson County Family Connection (706) 265-1981
Provides leadership through collaboration with all segments of the community for the well being of families and children.
Dawson County Mentoring Program (706) 265-1981
Provides positive and caring realationships between volunteers and selected students.
Dawson County Wee Books Program, Inc. (706) 216-2307
Provides age appropriate books to children ages birth to 5 years.
Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia (770) 536-8656
Offers girls ages 5 to 17 programs to teach life skills, values and develop leadership potential.
Hall-Dawson CASA Program (770) 531-1964
Volunteers promote and protect the best interest of abused and neglected children in the courtroom.
NE GA Council, Boy Scouts of America (706) 693-2446
Offers programs for boys designed to build leadership, character and citizenship skills.
NOA (706) 861-1306; (706) 864-1986 (hotline)
Provides shelter as well as essential services to victims of domestic violence.
Rape Response (770) 503-7273; (800) 721-1999 (hotline)
A network responding to sexual assault through counseline, advocacy and education.
Reading Education Association of Dawson County (R.E.A.D.) (706) 579-1771
Works as a collaborative organization with community, government, schools and business leaders to coordinate, promoteand advocate for families who do not possess the literacy skills necessary to achieve their full potential.
St. Vincent dePaul (706) 265-2106
Offers financial assistance to those in need on a person-to-person basis.