Events, special dates and happenings around Bartow County

THINGS TO KNOW… Last chance to complete the BARTOW FOR HEALTHY MINDS…Please take a moment to give us your feedback. https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/BartowforHealthyMinds
Bartow Give a Kid a Chance is a one day event when Bartow County children in need can receive a new backpack, school supplies, a t-shirt, haircut, and health screenings – all free of charge, thanks to our generous sponsors and community, This year’s event will be held Saturday, July 26th at the Bartow County College And Career Academy-738 Grassdale Road in Cartersville. Registration is now open @ http://www.bartowgiveakidachanc.com. Deadline for student registration is Saturday, July 12. Space is limited. A flier can be downloaded from the Collaborative website – Weekly Update May 26.
(new) The Bridge United Methodist Church will be hosting a Farwell Open House for the Lee Family on Sunday, June 8th from 1:00PM – 3:00PM. Light appetizers and desserts served. The Bridge is located at 5698 Canton Hwy, Cartersville, GA 30121. To RSVP contact Julie@bridgingpeople.net or 770-861-1410.
MEETINGS to enhance our STRATEGIES….
Family Promise will meet June 19th. @ First Presbyterian Church @ 6:30 pm. For more information, contact Pat Eberline @ pat_eberlein@huntsman.com. This is an open meeting to all. We have 11 host churches and 3 supporting churches….we need 2 more host churches to roll out!
Give a Kid a Chance will meet Thursday, June 26th at 10:00 am at First Presbyterian Church in the Cornerstone Room. For more information, contact Carolyn Fairchild @ csfairchild@mindspring.com
Cartersville-Bartow Mentoring Team will meet next Friday, June 27th immediately following Bartow Collaborative. For more information, contact Alaina Price @ APrice@rollinschilddevelopmentcenter.com
PARTNER EVENTS… Willowbrooke at Tanner
Willowbrooke will be hosting another free workshop at Georgia Highlands College on May 28th from 8:30am-4:000pm. Professional Burnout and Compassion Fatigue will help to define compassion fatigue and identify symptoms, causes and ways to address in a professional setting. This seminar is free to attend; however, seating is limited. Registration is required and is first come, first served. To register online, call 770.214.CARE or visit http://www.WillowbrookeAtTanner.org. Willowbrooke at Tanner has been approved for 6 hours of
continuing education units (CEUs) Continuing Education Credit for licensed professional counselors, social workers and marriage and family therapists. Footprints of the Heart
Footprints of the Heart will be hosting a 5K/1 Mile Pregnancy and Infant Loss Memorial Balloon Release on Saturday, May 31st in Euharlee. Additional information can be found http://www.facebook.com/footprintsontheheart.ga, email info@footprintsontheheart.org, or call Khristie Staines at 770-547-4333.
Woodland Wrestling
The 6th Annual Wildcat Open Golf Tournament will be held Monday, June 2nd @ 256 Summit Ridge Drive, Cartersville, GA 30120. Registration begins at 8a.m. Shotgun Starts at 9a.m. All proceeds will benefit the 2014 State Duals Runner up Woodland H.S. Wrestling Team. For more information, contact Adrian Tramutola @ 678-773-3373 or Adrian.tramutola@bartow.k12.ga.us or Heidi Sims 678-773-2432 or heidisims@aol.com Family Starfish Informational and Refresher Course for Suicide Support Last fall, Family Connection Partnerships from Floyd, Gordon and Bartow County hosted a 6-week support group – Family Starfish Program for Survivors of Suicide. This group reaches out to survivor families, parents, siblings, aunts, uncles, friends, grandparents and others struggling with the loss of a loved one. In partnership with GA DBHDD Suicide Prevention, the tri-county group will be offering a second FREE 6-WEEK SERIES beginning fall of 2014. On Tuesday, June 3rd, Maureen Underwood, author of the Starfish and G.O.A.L.s programs will conduct a Family Starfiish Informational and Refresher Course for those already trained and for new trainers interested in committing to this community work with families and other survivors of suicide; CEU’s will be provided. The new Georgia version of the Starfish curriculum will also be presented. The Training will be held at the GOODWILL Career Center in Cartersville from 9:00 – 4:00 pm. For more information, contact Tina G. Grubbs @ bartowcollaborative@gmail.com.
Georgia Highlands College
In partnership with the Blue Ridge Area Health Center, GHC will be holding a Heath Care Day Camp focusing on the exploration of careers in healthcare. This camp is for rising 9th-12th graders and costs are all. Students must have transportation to the Floyd campus. Registration will begin at 8:30 a.m. each day and will run from 9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. June 2nd-5th. For more information, visit the camp website at http://www.blueridgeahec.org or contact Barbara Naymick 706-235-0776 ext 210.
Goodwill Career Center For the month of June, the Goodwill Staff are available to travel and facilitate training classes related to job searching. If you have an event coming up or a group of clients that could benefit, please contact James Benham @ (770) 276-7036 or jbenham@ging.org. The next Multi-Employer Job Fair is scheduled for Thursday, June 12 at 10:00am – 12:30pm. The registration form is attached and the invitation is extended to all of our employers and community partners. Check out NEW JUNE CALENDAR by visiting Collaborative website @ http://www.bartow.gafcp.org – Weekly Update – May 26.
Atlanta Community Food Bank
The Youth Summit on Hunger and Poverty in Rome, GA is a free 3-day service experience for rising 9th – 12th graders. The students will spend June 18-20 gaining knowledge about hunger and poverty issues, volunteering in the community, and developing a Hunger Fighting Action step they will take back to impact their community. For more information and to access the application, visit http://www.acfb.org/rome-youth-summit or call Chris Ferguson @ 404-832-4972 or Chris.ferguson@acfb.org.
Always Best Care Senior Services
Powerful Tools for Caregivers is offering a six session educational program designed to help caregivers take care of themselves while caring for a relative or friend. Classes will be held from Thursday, June 12 – July 17, 2014 at Always Best Care Senior Services on
319 E. Cherokee Ave in Cartersville. The FREE class will be from 3:00 pm -4:30 pm, however donations are accepted to cover the cost of class materials. To register, contact Lindsay Wilson @ 706-295-6485 or 1-800-759-2963 or Frederick Gray @ 470-315-4811
(new) Soul Sista’s A Different World college fair/ career day is a free community event that we will hold for all youth ages 10-19 (boys and girls) held on July 19th from 9am-2pm. The youth must be dressed in business attire as we have a full training day on interviewing for jobs, the college experience, how to apply for financial aide, we will have HR managers on site to inform them on what they are looking for, help them with building a resume when there is no job experience and also have different college representatives on site to help with any questions, concerns, etc, also members of the armed services on site as well so offer their after high school views. We hope to enlighten those that aren’t sure these are your options, those that are ready insight on your 1st year experience, and those that are seeking employment here are your options and how to nail the job. Our goal is to each one teach one and help our youth be able to shine no matter what career path they choose. For more information, contact Pamela Whitfield @ whitfieldpamela@gmail.com

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Special Events, news and important dates for Bartow County Ga

REMINDER…
Bartow Collaborative will meet THIS FRIDAY, May 23, 2014 @ First Presbyterian Church in Cartersville. This is the last day of school for both City and County Systems but we will still meet to share updates, concerns and ideas about Homelessness, Mental Health and Addictive Disease, and Teen Pregnancy. Meeting begins at 8:30 with strategic breakout sessions to follow. Minutes from the April 24th meeting have been posted online @ http://www.bartow.gafcp.org and can be reviewed prior to the meeting.
Last chance to complete the BARTOW FOR HEALTHY MINDS (BHM)* survey to gather information to aid in planning for improving behavioral, mental and emotional health in Bartow County. It is very brief and can be completed in less than 5 minutes. The link will be active until May 22nd.
Please go to https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/BartowforHealthyMinds
MEETINGS to enhance our STRATEGIES….
Cartersville-Bartow Mentoring Team will meet next Wednesday, May 21st @ noon at the Cartersville City Board of Education. Bring your own lunch.
Give a Kid a Chance will meet this Thursday, May 22nd at the First Presbyterian Church in the Cornerstone Room @ 10 am. For more information, contact Carolyn Fairchild @ csfairchild@mindspring.com
PARTNER EVENTS…
Northwest Georgia Center for Independent Living
The Center for Independent Living will host a free May Lunch and Learn: FROM TABOO TO TMI: 21st Century Relationships THIS Wednesday, May 21st from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. @ The Goodwill Career Center 154 Hicks Drive, Rome, GA 30161. Topics to be covered include defining relationships, healthy boundaries, safe cyber-dating, taking responsibility, love vs. lust, and myths about sexuality and people with disabilities. It doesn’t matter whether you have a disability or not; we all have questions about the complexities of relationships in today’s society. The staff will share their knowledge and will use an “Ask-it Basket” where you may put your written questions and remain anonymous. Bring munchies, sides, sweets, and/or sodas to share; main dish and bottled water will be served. R.S.V.P by contacting info@nwgacil.org, or call 706.314.0008.
Northwest Georgia Public Health Last opportunity to sign up for Mother-Daughter Banquet to be held May 22nd from 6-8pm at North Pointe Church in Adairsville. The banquet will focus on talking about puberty and cancer prevention, particularly HPV. For more information, contact Angie Robinson @ 706-802-5828
North West Georgia Regional Commission Area Agency on Aging
The Bartow Triad is hosting a “Sock Hop” on THIS Friday May 23rd the Bartow Senior Center, Beavers Drive in Cartersville. Profits and Non-Profits are invited to exhibit at the 50’s themed event. Download the registration form from http://www.bartow.gafcp.org – Weekly
Update April 28. Deadline May 16th. Fax the form to 706.802.5508 OR email to
kdefoe@nwgrc.orgerry.
Willowbrooke at Tanner
Willowbrooke will be hosting another free workshop at Georgia Highlands College on May
28th from 8:30am-4:000pm. Professional Burnout and Compassion Fatigue will help to
define compassion fatigue and identify symptoms, causes and ways to address in a
professional setting. This seminar is free to attend; however, seating is limited. Registration
is required and is first come, first served. To register online, call 770.214.CARE or visit
http://www.WillowbrookeAtTanner.org. Willowbrooke at Tanner has been approved for 6 hours of
continuing education units (CEUs) Continuing Education Credit for licensed professional
counselors, social workers and marriage and family therapists.
Footprints of the Heart
Footprints of the Heart will be hosting a 5K/1 Mile Pregnancy and Infant Loss Memorial
Balloon Release on Saturday, May 31st in Euharlee. Additional information can be found
http://www.facebook.com/footprintsontheheart.ga, email info@footprintsontheheart.org, or call
Khristie Staines at 770-547-4333.
Woodland Wrestling
The 6th Annual Wildcat Open Golf Tournament will be held Monday, June 2nd @ 256
Summit Ridge Drive, Cartersville, GA 30120. Sponsorships are available for $200, Single
Registration is $100 and 4 Man Team Registration is $400. Registration begins at 8a.m.
Shotgun Starts at 9a.m. All proceeds will benefit the 2014 State Duals Runner up Woodland
H.S. Wrestling Team. For more information, contact Adrian Tramutola @ 678-773-3373 or
Adrian.tramutola@bartow.k12.ga.us or Heidi Sims 678-773-2432 or heidisims@aol.com
Family Starfish Informational and Refresher Course for Suicide Support
Last fall, Family Connection Partnerships from Floyd, Gordon and Bartow County hosted a
6-week support group – Family Starfish Program for Survivors of Suicide. This group
reaches out to survivor families, parents, siblings, aunts, uncles, friends, grandparents and
others struggling with the loss of a loved one. In partnership with GA DBHDD Suicide
Prevention, the tri-county group will be offering a second FREE 6-WEEK SERIES beginning
fall of 2014. On Tuesday, June 3rd, Maureen Underwood, author of the Starfish and
G.O.A.L.s programs will conduct a Family Starfiish Informational and Refresher Course
for those already trained and for new trainers interested in committing to this community
work with families and other survivors of suicide; CEU’s will be provided. The new Georgia
version of the Starfish curriculum will also be presented. The Training will be held at the
GOODWILL Career Center in Cartersville from 9:00 – 4:00 pm. For more information,
contact Tina G. Grubbs @ bartowcollaborative@gmail.com.
Georgia Highlands College
In partnership with the Blue Ridge Area Health Center, GHC will be holding a Heath Care
Day Camp focusing on the exploration of careers in healthcare. This camp is for rising 9th-
12th graders and costs are all-inclusive (lunch, t-shirt, take-aways, and
instruction). Students must have transportation to the Floyd campus. Registration will begin
at 8:30 a.m. each day and will run from 9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. June 2nd-5th. For more
information, visit the camp website at http://www.blueridgeahec.org or contact Barbara Naymick
706-235-0776 ext 210.
(new) Goodwill Career Center For the month of June, the Goodwill Staff are available to travel and facilitate training classes related to job searching. If you have an event coming up or a group of clients that could benefit, please contact James Benham @ (770) 276-7036 or jbenham@ging.org. The next Multi-Employer Job Fair is scheduled for Thursday, June 12 at 10:00am – 12:30pm. The registration form is attached and the invitation is extended to all of our employers and community partners. Check out NEW JUNE CALENDAR by visiting Collaborative website @ http://www.bartow.gafcp.org – Weekly Update – May 19.
Always Best Care Senior Services
Powerful Tools for Caregivers is offering a six session educational program designed to help caregivers take care of themselves while caring for a relative or friend. Classes will be held from Thursday, June 12 – July 17, 2014 at Always Best Care Senior Services on
319 E. Cherokee Ave in Cartersville. The FREE class will be from 3:00 pm -4:30 pm, however donations are accepted to cover the cost of class materials. To register, contact Lindsay Wilson @ 706-295-6485 or 1-800-759-2963 or Frederick Gray @ 470-315-4811
Atlanta Community Food Bank
The Youth Summit on Hunger and Poverty in Rome, GA is a free 3-day service experience for rising 9th – 12th graders. The students will spend June 18-20 gaining knowledge about hunger and poverty issues, volunteering in the community, and developing a Hunger Fighting Action step they will take back to impact their community. For more information and to access the application, visit http://www.acfb.org/rome-youth-summit or call Chris Ferguson @ 404-832-4972 or Chris.ferguson@acfb.org.
Bartow Give a Kid a Chance
Bartow Give a Kid a Chance is a one day event when Bartow County children in need can receive a new backpack, school supplies, a t-shirt, haircut, and health screenings – all free of charge, thanks to our generous sponsors and community, This year’s event will be held Saturday, July 26th at the Bartow County College And Career Academy-738 Grassdale Road in Cartersville. Registration is now open @ http://www.bartowgiveakidachanc.com. Deadline for student registration is Saturday, July 12. Space is limited. A flier can be downloaded from the Collaborative website – Weekly Update May 19.

United Way Worldwide leaders in Washington D.C.

Big day in Washing D.C. for all the leaders of United Way Worldwide!!! Keynote speaker Dan Heath will be here to talk about “How to change things when change is hard” and our President Brian Galllagher will be motivating all of us on how to improve lives by mobilizing the caring power of communities all around the World!!

United Way Worldwide Welcomes Vicki Lins as Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer

 A word from our UWWW President :

Let me introduce Vicki Lins, our Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer. Her talents and experience in marketing, media and strategic communications are strong and made her a clear choice for our leadership team at United Way Worldwide. I’m confident that as she settles into her new position and reaches out into the network to meet with you, and other staff leaders, you will agree.

Beyond an introduction to Vicki, I want to share with you why having Vicki take on this role and join the Executive Management Team is important for the future of the United Way movement. We have set ambitious, bold goals to strengthen our network and build capacity to engage more people in our issue and community work, and we must make bold moves at the leadership organization to realize them. Bringing in people with a fresh perspective and a diverse background, including those joining us from the for-profit sector, is vital to our network’s growth.

We know that our brand is strong, and we have the opportunity across the globe to make it even stronger. It’s time to leverage our brand power with innovative marketing and communications strategies that take advantage of existing and new opportunities to tell our story. We can, and must, engage more people in our work to create lasting change in communities around the world. With the addition of world-class talent like Vicki, United Way Worldwide is prepared to lead our worldwide network forward to reach our greatest potential.

Regards,

Brian A. Gallagher

President and CEO

United Way Worldwide

United Way’s around the nation are getting ready for Capital Hill day May 14th. Here’s some topics we are advocating for!

United Way is advocating for:

  • The Community Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program (VITA), which funds volunteers to become IRS-certified tax preparers and help low-wage people file tax returns for free. Most families benefiting from VITA earn less than $40,000/year, and include people with disabilities, limited-English speakers and the elderly.  Last year, tens of thousands of VITA volunteers working at nearly 8,000 locations prepared more than 1.7 million tax returns nationwide. Returns filed by VITA programs brought more than $2.4 billion back in refunds for low-wage taxpayers.

 

  • Tax reforms helping working families, including expanding incentives for charitable giving in the U.S. tax code, strengthening the Earned Income Tax Credit, which helps low-wage working families keep more of what they earn, and the Child Tax Credit, which helps families offset the cost of raising children.  Research shows that the two tax credits lifted 9.4 million people out of poverty between 2009 and 2011.

 

  • Funding for the Children’s Health Insurance Program, which provides health coverage to nearly 8 million children in families with incomes too high to qualify for Medicare, but who can’t afford private coverage.  CHIP provides federal matching funds to states to provide this coverage.

Stay tuned for more information on United Way’s Capital Hill Day!!

 

News, events and special dates for Bartow County Georgia

 

MEETINGS to enhance our STRATEGIES….

Bartow Family Promise

will host their next meeting Thursday May 15th 6:30 @ Sam Jones Church. For more information, contact Pat Eberline @ pat_eberlein@huntsman.com. This is an open meeting to all.

Give a Kid a Chance

will meet Thursday, May 22nd at the First Presbyterian Church in the Cornerstone Room @ 10 am.For more information, contact Carolyn Fairchild @ csfairchild@mindspring.com

Cartersville-Bartow Mentoring Team

will meet Friday, May 21st @ noon at the Cartersville City Board of Education. Bring your own lunch.

PARTNER EVENTS…

(new

) Georgia Department of Labor

You are cordially invited to attend the

2014 NORTHWEST GEORGIA REGIONAL BUSINESS AND EMPLOYER SUMMIT will be held Wednesday, May 7th, 2014 @ the Bartow-Cartersville Chamber of Commerce in Cartersville. Registration – 8:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. Program begins at 9:00 a.m. and concludes 1:00 p.m. Expert speakers will impart information that will foster a new confidence and updated skills that you can implement immediately upon returning your workplace. Topics include Unemployment Insurance, Affordable Healthcare Updates and a special presentation by Georgia Labor Commissioner, Mark Butler. This half-day crash course will also feature Cherry Rizer, Georgia Department of Labor and April Husted, Northwestern Benefit Corporation.There is a nominal fee for this event. The rate is $40 at the door with a $5 discount for each additional person from the same company. Lunch is included in the registration fee and all fees are tax deductible. All checks should be made payable to Whitfield/Murray Employer Committee. To register of for more information, contact Carol Green (404) 272-8894 or carol.green@gdol.ga.gov.

Goodwill Career Center

Goodwill will be hosting a

Job Fair Wednesday, May 7th. For more information, contact James Benham @ jbenham@ging.org or 770 -276-7036. Check out NEW MAY CALENDAR by visiting Collaborative website @ http://www.bartow.gafcp.org – Weekly Update – May 5.

Lookout Mountain Care Management Entity

The wellness of our children affects all our lives. When our children struggle with their emotions, having the right supports can make all the difference.

A Resource Fair and Community Forum to discuss children’s mental health will be held Thursday, May 8th at the Rome First United Methodist Church Family Life Center. Visit with local providers and learn more about the variety of services to meet your child’s needs at the Resource Fair @ 6:00 pm. A Community Forum will begin at 6:30. Participants will discuss ways to support their children on the road to wellness and recovery. To register online, visit http://lmcme.org/forum

CAMP SOS – Suicide Support

A loss by suicide forever changes lives, but having access to tools that support the journey can help. Camp SOS gives survivors support to help them travel this journey in a safe environment.

Camp SOS will be held May 9-11 at Camp Twin Lakes in WinderTo register visit http://www.gspin.org/campsos or call (770) 354-7616.

NAMI Rome

May is national Mental Health Awareness month and NAMI in Rome is offering a standalone, 2 hour

Training that supplements NAMI Basics – a 6-week course for adults of children/adolescents with emotional or behavioral issues. The presentation explores multiple issues and challenges for transition age youth and their families. The training will be May 10th from 10am- noon at the NAMI Rome Educational Center. To register for this free training, contact Jim Moore @ 706-232-4607 or email jmbm71@bellsouth.net

(new) Advocates for Children

The 13

th annual Duck Derby and the 10th annual Duck Dash 5K/ 10K/ and Fun Run are all May 17th. Please visit AdvoChild.org for more information, to buy ducks to help the kids helped by Advocates for Children, to register for any of the races, or for more information.

The Duck Labelling Party

is Thursday, May 15 at 4 p.m. at Riverside Park by the Etowah River. Many hands make light work, so please come help if you can. It’s a great activity for families! For more information, contact 770-387-1143.

(new) NorthWest Georgia Public Health

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Mother-Daughter Banquet will be held May 22nd from 6-8pm at North Pointe Church in Adairsville. The banquet will focus on talking about puberty and cancer prevention, particularly HPV. This is a very special event to also honor and celebrate the mother daughter connection. The event is FREE, but you MUST register. Please share this with your middle and high school girls and their mothers or other caregivers. To download an informational flier – visit http://www.bartow.gafcp.org – Weekly Update May 5. For more information contact Angie Robinson @ 706-802-5828

North West Georgia Regional Commission Area Agency on Aging

The Bartow Triad is hosting a ”

Sock Hop” on Friday May 23rd the Bartow Senior Center, Beavers Drive in Cartersville. Profits and Non-Profits are invited to exhibit at the 50’s themed event. Download the registration form from http://www.bartow.gafcp.org – Weekly Update April 28. Deadline May 16th. Fax the form to 706.802.5508 OR email to kdefoe@nwgrc.orgerry.

(new) Willowbrooke at Tanner

Willowbrooke will be hosting another free workshop at Georgia Highlands College on

May 28th from 8:30am-4:000pm on Compassion Fatigue and the general wear and tear of the mental health industry. Details will be in next week’s eblast.

Footprints of the Heart

Footprints of the Heart will be hosting a

5K/1 Mile Pregnancy and Infant Loss Memorial Balloon Release on Saturday, May 31st in Euharlee. Additional information can be found http://www.facebook.com/footprintsontheheart.ga, email info@footprintsontheheart.org, or call Khristie Staines at 770-547-4333.

Georgia Highlands College

In partnership with the Blue Ridge Area Health Center, GHC will be holding a

Heath Care Day Camp focusing on the exploration of careers in healthcare. This camp is for rising 9th- 12th graders and costs are all-inclusive (lunch, t-shirt, take-aways, and instruction). Students must have transportation to the Floyd campus. Registration will begin at 8:30 a.m. each day and will run from 9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. June 2nd-5th. To download application, visit http://www.bartow.gafcp.org – Weekly Update April 28. For more information, visit the camp website at http://www.blueridgeahec.org or contact Barbara Naymick 706-235- 0776 ext 210. Registration deadline is May 9, 2014.

Always Best Care Senior Services

Powerful Tools for Caregivers

is offering a six session educational program designed to help caregivers take care of themselves while caring for a relative or friend. Classes will be held from Thursday, June 12 – July 17, 2014 at Always Best Care Senior Services on

319 E. Cherokee Ave in Cartersville. The FREE class will be from 3:00 pm -4:30 pm, however donations are accepted to cover the cost of class materials. A flier can be

Downloaded from http://www.bartow.gafcp.org – Weekly Update April 28. To register contact Lindsay Wilson @ 706-295-6485 or 1-800-759-2963 or Frederick Gray @ 470-315-4811

Atlanta Community Food Bank

The Youth Summit on Hunger and Poverty

in Rome, GA is a free 3-day service experience for rising 9th – 12th graders. The students will spend June 18-20 gaining knowledge about hunger and poverty issues, volunteering in the community, and developing a Hunger Fighting Action step they will take back to impact their community. For more information and to access the application, visit http://www.acfb.org/rome-youth-summit or call Chris Ferguson @ 404-832-4972 or Chris.ferguson@acfb.org. A flier can be

Downloaded from http://www.bartow.gafcp.org – Weekly Update April 28

UGA Extension Health Navigator

UGA Navigators focus help to educate people on understanding and using the health insurance as well as provide individuals with assistance on making doctors’ appointments, finding doctors, etc. Navigators can set up informational tables on a reoccurring basis, do

presentations on health literacy, or even conduct staff trainings on ACA. The possibilities are endless! For more information, contact Nykita Scott 770-254-2620 nbscott@uga.edu