25 Things You Need to Know About Region 3—Addressing Serious Challenges Facing Kids and FamiliesPrint This Post
The 10 counties located in and around metro Atlanta are home to more than 4 million residents. And if you’re looking for Peachtree Street you will surely confuse your GPS, because there are more than 55 streets with that name.
Offering family-focused cooking classes to address obesity prevention in high-risk communities, introducing alcohol prevention curriculum for middle schools, providing leadership training for retirees, encouraging men in the community to volunteer in schools, and providing health services for students in school-based health centers are just some of the ways Georgia Family Connection is improving conditions for children and families in Region 3.
Check out this video, produced by the coordinators in Region 3, to learn just how they’re addressing the serious challenges facing children and families:
We believe that by working together we can nurture children and families who thrive in vibrant communities—everywhere. So get involved with your local Georgia Family Connection Collaborative:
Go back to find out 25 things you need to know about Region 2—leveraging more than $30 million to improve the quality of life for children and families.
Then stay tuned in April, when you’ll hear from Region 4.
Georgia Family Connection turned 25 this year. If you’re part of a family, or you’re someone who supports families and communities in this state, this milestone anniversary should matter to you. Find out why.