Check out these resources that provide information regarding savings accounts for individuals with disabilities. Saving Money for Individuals with Disabilities Georgia STABLE Accounts
Exceptional In-Home Care Services with NO OUT-OF-POCKET COST! Get your child approved in as little as 30 Days.
Roswell Park & Recreation have a number of adaptive programs in Social and Recreation areas.Learn More
Intelligent offers a free resource that is specifically designed for students with mental health disorders. It offers a wealth of information to support them in their educational journey. Check out this link: https://www.intelligent.com/online-college-guide-for-students-with-mental-health-disorders/
Hi Hope Service Center offers a meaningful like for adults with IDD. Their services include Day Programs, Employment Programs and Residential Programs.
AssistedLiving.org is dedicated to enhancing the lives of older adults by compiling comprehensive research, the latest studies, and real-world insight from experts, caregivers, and seniors into easy-to-understand, actionable guides and resources.
The Furniture Bank of Metro Atlanta provides free furniture and household good to individuals and families moving out of homelessness, living with HIV/AIDS, or fleeing domestic violence. If you are in need of furniture please contact your caseworker or social worker and ask for a referral. Learn more
Inside Out Studio is a fully equipped visual arts space dedicated to providing opportunities for adults with disabilities to create and sell fine art. Learn More.
Their mission is to teach life skills and work habits to young adults and children with special needs through the use of construction, woodworking and craft thereby assisting with future employment opportunities.Learn more at www.sawdustot.com.
Three Basketeers, Special Gifts by Special People, is a non-profit vocational training and employment program for adults with IDD.Learn more at www.threebasketeers.org.