Do you wish you could have more than $2,000 in a savings account and still qualify for things like food stamps?
ABLE-Now accounts help individuals with disabilities save money to pay for qualified expenses like basic living expenses, housing, transportation, education and training without being taxed on the earnings
You or your family and friends can Contribute up to $15,000 in 2018! Use it for transportation, legal fees or many other approved uses.
ABLE-Now accounts are designed to be flexible – easy to manage, easy to contribute to, and easy to use. Pay for a range of qualified disability expenses with your ABLEnow Card, available to all account holders at no additional cost.
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Georgia's Hands-Free Law Took Effect July 1, 2018
Every Tuesday first-come-first-served basis
2206 E Hill Ave,
Valdosta, GA 31601
Phone: (229) 245-8188\
Early Sign-In - 3:30 PM
4:30 PM-6:00 PM
Families are able to visit the ministry one time each month.
Lowndes Co. Only
New client need to bring a picture ID and proof of residency like a bill or lease agreement
The main branch of the South Georgia Regional Library System (SGRL) is now the Willis L. Miller Library and is located at 2906 Julia Dr. off Connell Rd. It opened Saturday, July 28. It serves Lowndes, Lanier and Echols Counties. Information on the other 5 branches is on our Education> Reading/Literacy tab.
From the Desk of the COO - I have been putting together information to help the needy since I started work at 2-1-1 of South Central Georgia in 2002. I have been an Interviewer at Lowndes Area Crisis Care assisting clients find solutions to their financial problems. THE MAIN THING THAT CAUSES FINANCIAL PROBLEMS: most people have never learned to budget and Budgeting is not taught in schools.
Habitat for Humanity will be offering their Free Financial Skills Classes August 13th-17th from 5:30-7:30pm. If anyone would like to attend they should call the office to sign up.
They will supply all materials needed and will have some really good information to share.
support for parents and guardians in their efforts to have safe, healthy, drug-free homes, neighborhoods and communities
SAFE HOMES is a parent networking campaign for a youth-friendly community. The SAFE HOMES network provides support for parents and guardians in their efforts to have safe, healthy, drug-free homes, neighborhoods and communities.
The message is consistently “No Use” of any alcohol, tobacco, or other drugs by youth. This “No Use” message is a constant thread throughout all effective prevention programs and it is strongly encouraged to be a common policy and message in every home.
If you are a parent, grandparent or caregiver will you please join our network? If you aren't caring for children, will you please share this information with your church community, work colleagues or social acquaintances. There is power in numbers - let's raise awareness for this campaign and ensure that youth in Ware County are embracing a healthy lifestyle.
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