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A Moment In A Life – Celebrating National Foster Care Month

A Moment In A Life – Celebrating National Foster Care Month

The challenge of parenthood is to equip and empower your children for their next step in the journey of life. For foster parents, the challenge is the same but often within only a brief moment of time. As a foster parent, you have minimal control of your foster...

Education In Georgia Is About To Change | VIDEO

Education In Georgia Is About To Change | VIDEO

GCO's Vice President of Public Policy, Buzz Brockway is joined by GCO's Jamie Lord to discuss the ways education will be impacted in the coming years. The state of Georgia faces new struggles both financially and with renewed expectations of what education is. How and...

Building a mindset of mental wellness | HEALTHY @ HOME

Building a mindset of mental wellness | HEALTHY @ HOME

Keeping your mind in good health is as important as keeping your physical body in shape. GCO's own Joyce Mayberry and Katherine Greene join us to discuss tips on how you can identify poor mental wellness and how to address it.  

Creating Your Family Shield | HEALTHY @ HOME

Creating Your Family Shield | HEALTHY @ HOME

Bring the family together and create priceless memories and meaningful input from all family members. Fellow community partner: Strengthen Families Program, Certified Trainer P’Angela Jones is joined by her husband Darryl and the entire Jones family to demonstrate.

Reopening Responsibly

Reopening Responsibly

Fully Reopening Georgia’s Economy Safely As stories continue to mount on the impact of the current COVID-19 pandemic on individuals and communities, the Georgia Center for Opportunity recognizes the need to come together as communities. This is already happening with...

MEDIA MENTIONS

Why should you care about the ex-offender in your community?

Local coalition works to reduce recidivism rates and replace stigmas with compassion When it comes to tackling deep-rooted social issues, no single organization can do it alone. The Greater Gwinnett Reentry Alliance (GGRA) is a coalition of service providers in...

Georgia Senate committee votes to maintain felon rights restrictions

The Senate Study Committee on Revising Voting Rights for Nonviolent Felony Offenders decided Wednesday to keep Georgia’s constitution as it is. The members voted 3-2 in favor of continuing to restrict nearly 250,000 convicted Georgia felons from voting. According to...

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