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Websites

REFUGEE COMMUNITY FORUM:

Georgia Refugee Community Forum
To find links to community events, announcements, newsletters, community groups, open programs and a list of service providers.

BENEFITS:

Earn Benefits Online
For information on Medicaid, Housing and Rental Assistance, Food Pantries, Food Stamps, PeachCare for Kids and TANF.

HEALTH RESOURCES:

Grady Hospital Financial Assistance
Oakhurst Medical Clinic
Alfarooq Masjid Medical Clinic
House of Grace Free Clinic (1st & 3rd Mondays, 6pm-9pm)
Southside Dental Clinic
Dentist with Sliding Scale (www.benmasselldentalclinic.com)
Good Samaritan Dental Clinic
Eye Care Exams/Eyeglasses

CULTURAL RESOURCES:

Living in the United States: Life Skills for Burundian Refugees, Volume 1
Living in the United States: Life Skills for Burundian Refugees, Volume 2
Living in the United States: Life Skills for Burundian Refugees, Volume 3

LEGAL RESOURCES:

Bridging the Gap – Immigration Support Services

AFFORDABLE SOLUTIONS:

Cell Phones for free
Computers for $150

Skills Training


Find a job          Computer Skills       Drivers Education              Citizenship

Counseling Services

Center for Torture and Trauma Survivors target=”_blank” (CTTS) and Family Intervention Specialists in Clarkston.

The CTTS is located at the DeKalb County Board of Health but also now in Clarkston at 3700 Market Street, Suite B.  Call 770-222-6622 and ask for the CTTS office, extension 300 (across from the police station).

Refugee Resettlement & Refugee Support Agencies



PROGRAMS