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Local Community Resources

Affordable Housing
Child/Family Services
Collaborative
Community Service Organization
Financial Assistance
Food Insecurity / Food Pantry
General Public Health
Goods Delivery/Thrift Store
Homeless Shelters
Mental Health
Senior Care

Metro Atlanta Service Agencies

Animals
Arts and Entertainment
Farmers
Financial Assistance and Funding
Homeless Communities
Meal Assistance
Medical Workers and Hospitals
People Helping People
Refugees and International Communities
Restaurant Workers and the Service Industry
Seniors and the Disabled
Veterans
Women and Children

Additional Resources

Coping and Stress

CDC provides advice for people on ways to manage stress during the COVID-19 outbreak. Fear and anxiety about a disease can be overwhelming for adults and children. Finding healthy ways to cope with stress will make you, the people you care about, and your community stronger. Simple actions like eating healthy, well-balanced meals and ensuring you get enough rest can make a big difference in helping you cope during this public health crisis. It's also important to take breaks from watching, reading, or listening to news about the pandemic. You can learn more about these and other stress management tips on the CDC's website
CDC Advice on Managing Stress

Hotlines and Helplines

Child Abuse Hotline
855-422-4453

24/7 hotline to report suspected child abuse. A phone agent will respond to your call quickly and gather necessary information that an intake specialist will need to assess the child’s safety.

Domestic Abuse Hotline
800-334-2836

24-hour free and confidential statewide hotline for people experiencing domestic abuse. Staffed by trained advocates who can give you the help and support you deserve.

Georgia COVID-19 Emotional Support Line
866-399-8938

24/7 free and confidential support for people needing emotional support or resources during the COVID-19 pandemic

Georgia Crisis & Access Line
800-715-4225
24/7 support to help you or someone you care for in crisis.

CARES Warm Line
844-326-5400

Phone-based support from 8:30AM to 11:00PM for people experiencing substance abuse challenges.

Peer2Peer Warm Line
888-945-1414

24/7 support for Georgians seeking assistance and guidance regarding legal issues, social support services, housing assistance, and other barriers to wellness.

Related Agencies

Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities

Department of Human Services, Division of Family and Children Services

Georgia Commission on Family Violence