Georgia Center For Resources & Support

 

The Campbell Law Practice, LLC
Adoption Scholarship

Celebrating 10 years, 203 children, and 130 families whose lives were legally changed because of Adoption!
 

Throughout 10 years, we have been touched by so many children and families that have allowed us to be apart of their lives.  It is only fitting that we celebrate this anniversary by giving back to the adoption community. To celebrate the 10 year anniversary, we are pleased to announce that we are launching a SCHOLARSHIP for a high school senior in Georgia who has been impacted by adoption! Use the link below to apply to today!  Please share this information with your family and friends.
 

Jesse loves football, basketball, legos, and he is a great artist. He can free hand almost anything.

Julia loves to read, drawing, she loves cheerleading, doing hair and dressing up.  Also, she is in Girl Scouts.

Jayda loves music, all music, she loves to dance, sing, cheer, color, and she is also in Girl Scouts. 

What our clients are saying...

"I don’t really have words to tell how comforting it was to have Christina on our side when our family needed her. She was so professional and caring as she guided our daughter through the process of regaining custody of her baby girl. It was so quick I could not believe it. Christina was so quick to respond and answer all of our many questions. This baby is such a joy to us and I know she would not be in our lives today if we had not picked up the phone and called Christina. Thank you Christina! " A. Goldman

 

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Mental Health America of Georgia's Leadership Empowerment and Access Program (LEAP) is a training program designed to improve skills in professional development, self-advocacy, leadership and personal resiliency for youth and young adults (ages 16-26) who are managing or at risk of developing behavioral health conditions. This training program offers education on topics including mental health and wellness, goal setting, character development, financial literacy, employment acquisition and maintenance. Young people have an opportunity to engage with our Program Specialist who will teach the tools and skills to gain self-empowerment, personal growth, and life-skills on their journey to achieve desired vocational goals.

"Keys to Academic Success"

Youth Professional Development Training

 

"Keys to Academic Success"

Overview of skills and tools for academic preparation

Thursday, March 18, 2021

3:30 PM - 4:00 PM

If you’re considering going to college and may not know where to start, let us help you explore and prepare for all things possible. Preparing for academic success with this workshop and we will help you find local resources to support your current academic success, research and identify your needs and wants for college, how to identify your career interests, and how to gain financial support to afford your college options.