SERVING OUR COMMUNITY DURING COVID-19

The past few weeks have been a distressing time for our community. In the midst of the COVID-19 epidemic and its economic fallout, many of the people we serve have lost jobs or had their hours cut back. Families are struggling to pay the rent and utility bills, and to put food on the table. All this while taking care of their kids at home and helping them finish the school year online.

In normal times, the work of the LAA is certainly important, but it is at times like this that the work that we do is more critical than ever.

We are still opened virtually. I’m proud to say that we have continued to serve the community diligently during this crisis. We have moved our operations remotely and have been in constant touch with our families, addressing their needs and answering their questions as best as we can.

To learn more about the work the LAA is doing, please see below.

Please find below a few resources that you can use during the crisis with COVID-19.

Be informed! Do not let other people to take advantage of you during the COVID-19. Read this document from the Federal Trade Commission.

The past few weeks have been a distressing time for our community. In the midst of the COVID-19 epidemic and its economic fallout, many of the people we serve have lost jobs or had their hours cut back. Families are struggling to pay the rent and utility bills, and to put food on the table. All this while taking care of their kids at home and helping them finish the school year online.

In normal times, the work of the LAA is certainly important, but it is at times like this that the work that we do is more critical than ever.

On March 17, we closed our offices on Buford Highway, Lawrenceville and Dalton, and opened virtually. I’m proud to say that we have continued to serve the community diligently during this crisis. We have moved our operations remotely and have been in constant touch with our families, addressing their needs and answering their questions as best as we can.

Over the past three weeks:

• Our Family Well-being staff has fielded more than 750 calls and seen a surge in the volume of applications for rent assistance. We have also continued to help families apply for SNAP and Medicaid, and making referrals for health care and food sources. Our Family Well-being phone lines have been a virtual community hotline during this crisis.

• Our Youth Education staff has continued to stay connected with the 240 families that we serve through our school programs. We have moved our parenting program online so that our parents continue to feel empowered. We are guiding our students as they continue their school year online, and offering them college advising resources through a new partnership with College Clinic.

• Our Economic Empowerment staff has been busy transitioning many of our language classes online. We have sought out new clients for translations and for our private Spanish classes. We started offering the Latinas Empowerment Program online this week. The Unidos in Finance bank-teller program will launch new classes soon. We are also matching job seekers with employers hiring for the most in-demand jobs during COVID-19. We have been collaborating with the Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce to bring webinars to entrepreneurs on important topics.

• Our Immigration Legal Services staff continues to serve our existing clients remotely. We have transitioned our client consultations to phone or video conference, and we are taking new cases. We have filed cases with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), several motions with Immigration Court for clients currently in removal proceedings, and even an appeal with the Board of Immigration Appeals – despite the fact that these federal government offices remain closed.

• Our social media efforts have become increasingly important during these times. We have filled our Facebook and Instagram pages with trusted information and resources. Our constant Instagram and Facebook lives have addressed pressing questions for our community.

We are also looking closely at our upcoming fundraising events. We are working to revamp our Compañeros Awards Luncheon into a virtual experience in May or early June.

I have been impressed with how the dedicated LAA staff has quickly adjusted to working from home without losing sight of our commitment to serving our families. Our community is counting on us to help them navigate these extraordinary times, and I can assure you we will be there for them.

Thank you so much for supporting the LAA through these times.

Stay safe,

Aníbal Torres
Executive Director
Latin American Association

FAMILY WELL-BEING

The Family Well-Being Department will be canceling the following activities: Support groups, Parenting Classes, Participation in community events such as outreach events, community fair and health fairs, Kaiser Permanente Mobile Unit, and informational sessions from partners in our waiting area.

We will continue providing remote assistance by phone and by email.

Atlanta Outreach Center

SNAP and Medicaid – 404.638.1839

Financial Assistance – 404.638.1839

• If you call to renew your public benefits such as Food Stamp and Medicaid– THE STATE of GA approved Food stamp and Medicaid renewals automatically for all families that are up to them to renew in March, April, and May. You do not need to renew your case.
• If you call because you want to know the status of your case contact the website – https://gateway.ga.gov/access/ or 1 (877) 423-4746.
• If you need to apply you can do so through the Division for Families and Children – website at https://gateway.ga.gov/access/ or (877) 423-4746. You can also target other organizations such as CPACS or Catholic Charities.
• For financial assistance: We are no longer providing appointments for the month of April. We will start scheduling appointments on April 20th for the month of May. We only have resources for Fulton County and Cobb Counties.
• If you need community services such as food pantries, homeless programs and other resources please call United Way 211.
• For domestic violence please call 1-800-33-HAVEN (4-2833)

We know how difficult this situation is for everyone. We thank you infinitely for your support, your sponsorship and your patience.
Stay informed through our social media accounts.
Thank you, Cynthia Roman

Lawrenceville Outreach Center

Financial Assistance – 770.676.2852

SNAP & Medicaid – 770.686.7142 o 770.686.7155

Dalton Outreach Center

For assistance, call 706.272.1995

SNAP and Medicaid – 706.272.1997 or 706.272.1998

Financial Assistance – 706.272.1996

To contact the Division of Family & Children Services, please call their general information number 1.877.423.4746. If you need access to resources immediately, please contact United Way at 211. If you have an emergency call 911. For Domestic Violence cases, please call 800.334.2836.

IMMIGRATION SERVICES

The Immigration Services Department will continue serving the public by email and phone. Community members who would like to schedule a consultation, please call 404.471.1889. Existing clients who would like to follow up on their cases can contact their caseworker via email or text message. If you have an appointment scheduled for the week of March 16 to 20, we will contact you to reschedule or make alternate arrangements.

We will assess this policy on a continual basis and keep you informed of any changes.

ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT

The Economic Empowerment Department will continue serving the public by email or please call this number 404-638-1837. If you have any questions regarding any Economic Empowerment program, please contact each program manager individually or contact the Economic Empowerment Director directly: Monica Cucalón at Mcucalon@thelaa.org

EMPLOYMENT

Program Manager: Rebecca Christenberry | RChristenberry@thelaa.org

-Our Weekly Employment Orientation/Orientación de empleo has been cancelled until further notice.

-The Mini Job Fair happening in April has been postponed until May. New date will be posted in our website and social media platforms.

ADULT EDUCATION

Program Manager: Patricia Saavedra | PSaavedra@thelaa.org

-Weekday ESL classes & Weekday computer classes have been postponed for 30 days. The classes will resume normal hours on April 13 depending on the coronavirus updates.

-Saturday ESL classes & Saturday computer classes have been postponed until April 18 depending on the coronavirus updates.

-Current Spanish weekly and Saturday classes will be postponed until further notice.

-Next session Spanish classes will be held online.

AVANZANDO JUNTAS PROGRAM – Planifica tu negocio

Program Manager: Mabel del Valle | mdelvalle@thelaa.org

-Graduation scheduled for March 18 and March 21 have been postponed until further notice.

-Mandatory classes “Presupuesto y Crédito” and “¿Estás lista para iniciar tu negocio?” have been cancelled for the month of March. They will resume on April 14 and April 16 accordingly.

-The course “Planifica tu negocio” will start on April 22 and April 25.

UNIDOS IN FINANCE

Program Manager: Jose Valer | jvaler@thelaa.org

-Orientation sessions have been rescheduled for April 14, 17, 21, and 30.

-The next training session will start on May 19.

TRANSLATIONS

Program Manager: Guisella Pasara | gpasara@thelaa.org

Our translation services will continue serving the public by email. If you require translation services, please contact us at translations@thelaa.org or at gpasara@thelaa.org

YOUTH EDUCATION DEPARTMENT

The Youth Education Department will continue serving the public by email and phone.

For general information and college advice, contact Eliezer Velez at velez_e@thelaa.org or call 404.915.6160.

For the mentorship program, contact Luis Andino at landino@thelaa.org or call 678.663.2332.

For parenting program, contact Diana Pitcher at dpitcher@thelaa.org or call 404.915.6160.

Soccer day with Soccer in the Streets scheduled for March 21, parent program sessions and group-mentoring meetings are postponed until further notice.

Paycheck Protection Program Update
April 23, 2020

As part of the CARES Act, the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) was established providing Small Business Administration (SBA) loans to help businesses with less than 500 employees keep their workforce employed during the COVID-19 crisis. The SBA will forgive PPP loans if all employees are kept on the payroll for eight weeks from the date of loan origination and if the loan funds are used for payroll, rent, mortgage interest or utilities. For detailed PPP information, click here.

On April 16th, all $350 billion in CARES Act PPP funding was distributed. However, the Senate approved a second round of funding for the PPP in the amount of $310 billion. It is expected to pass the House of Representatives this week. If so, funding will begin again.

For businesses who have applied and did not receive initial funding, the advice has been to stay in line as banks will continue to process loans if additional funding is approved.

For businesses who have not yet applied but qualify, the following outlines the basic process steps which should be acted upon quickly given the limited potential new funding:

1) Contact your bank. The PPP loan is offered through banks, not directly from the SBA. Banks are working with existing customers, so contact your banker to confirm participation in the PPP program and gather instructions for the application process. Larger banks have required enrolling in online notification systems and have established online portals for applications. Bankers at smaller banks will work directly with individual customers. If you do not have a banking relationship, businesses may be able to apply through online lenders as most banks do not have the capacity to serve new customers.

2) Prepare your payroll records. The maximum loan amount equals 2.5x the average monthly payroll. In general, businesses may use payroll data from the previous 12 months or from calendar year 2019. Seasonal businesses may use the period from February 15, 2019 (or March 1, 2019) and June 30, 2019. The payroll calculation includes:
a. Gross wages, tips, vacation and Family Medical Leave Act compensation
b. Group healthcare benefits (employer’s portion only)
c. Retirement benefits (employer’s portion only)
d. State & Local taxes on compensation

The payroll calculation excludes the employer’s portion of payroll taxes and worker’s comp. In addition, employees with annual salaries over $100K must be adjusted down to $100K annual maximum.

The employee headcount may be based on the average over the same time period used for average payroll.

3) Complete the borrower application. The PPP borrower loan application form is available here. Your bank will provide additional guidance on their specific application process. Supporting documents such as payroll journals and tax records will likely be requested by the bank.

4) Wait for updates. Your bank will provide updates regarding the status of the loan if it is approved by the bank and moves to the SBA. Your bank will then notify when the loan has been cleared by the SBA and provide instructions on the closing and funding process.

Emory Healthcare – COVID 19 hotline: 404.712.6843. If you think you have COVID-19 symptoms, please call this line to evaluate if you need a test.

SOUTHSIDE MEDICAL CENTER
1046 Ridge Ave., Southwest ATL
Atlanta, GA 30315
(404) 688-1350 Número Principal
(404) 688-2962 Fax
www.southsidemedical.net
Servicios: dental, vista, servicios médicos/generales

CLÍNICA BUEN SAMARITANO
(Centro de Atlanta)
1015 Donald Lee Hollowell Pkwy
Atlanta, GA 30318
(404) 523-6571
www.goodsamatlanta.org/

CPACS COSMO HEALTH CENTER
6185 BUFORD HWY. BUILDING G NORCROSS, GA 30071
MAIN: 770-446-0929 / DENTAL: 770-674-7980 / FAMILY PLANNING: 678-694-1379
MONDAY – FRIDAY 9AM TO 6PM
SATURDAY 9AM TO 1PM / SUNDAY CLOSE MERCY CARE CHAMBLEE CLINIC
5134 PEACHTREE ROAD
CHAMBLEE GA
678-872-7100
ST. JOSEPH’S MERCY CARE/Mobile
(678) 843-8700

BEN MASSELL DENTAL CLINIC
700 Fourteenth St. NW
Atlanta, GA 30318
(404) 881-1858
http://benmasselldentalclinic.com/
Hours (6/22/11): Monday – Friday: 9:00 – 4:00 pm

CENTRO DENTAL PARA NIÑOS DE ATLANTA
4536 Chamblee Dunwoody Road
Atlanta, GA 30338
(770) 455-1238
http://www.childrensdcoa.com/
With offices in Buford, Conyers, Douglasville, & Smyrna

INFORMACIÓN SOBRE CLÍNICAS DENTALES
(800) 822-2539 (Statewide healthcare referrals)

GOOD SAMARITAN HEALTH CENTER OF GWINNETT
5949 BUFORD HIGHWAY,
NORCROSS, GA 30071
678-280-6630

GOOD SAMARITAN HEALTH CENTER OF EAST GWINNETT
4864 JIMMY CARTER BLVD. #203, NORCROSS, GA 30093
770-806-0162

GOOD SAMARITAN CLINIC/CLINICA BUEN SAMARITANO (CONDADO DE COBB)
ADDRESS: 1605 ROBERTA DR,
MARIETTA, GA 30008
PHONE: (770) 419-3120
HOURS: OPEN TODAY · 8AM–4PM
EXAMENES DE EMBARAZO

FEMINIST WOMEN’S HEALTH CENTER
1924 Cliff Valley Way, NE
Atlanta, GA 30329
(404) 728-7900 Número Principal
(800) 877-6013 Línea Gratis
feministcenter.org
Horas: 9:00 am a 5:30 pm lunes a sábados

CIMA – INTERNATIIONAL WOMEN’S

SANDY SPRINGS
257 CARPENTER DRIVE SUITE 102
SANDY SRPINGS GA 30328
404-250-9309

DORAVILLE
2000 CLEARVIEW AVENUE –SUITE 111
DORAVILLE GA 30340
770-451-3100

EXAMENES DE LA VISTA

GRANT PARK FAMILY HEALTH CENTER
1340 Boulevard, SE
Atlanta, GA 30315
404.627.4259 Main Client Number
404.624.5795 Fax
Bilingual – Primary care / Not specialist

OAKHURST MEDICAL CENTERS, INC. (Stone Mountain)
770 Village Square
Stone Mountain, GA 30083
404.298.8998 Intake Line
404.298.7355 Fax
Email: info@oakhurstmedical.org
Web: http://www.oakhurstmedical.org
Servicios: Vista, exámenes médicos

OAKHURST MEDICAL CENTERS, INC. (Decatur)
1760 Candler Road
404.286.2215 Main
404.286.2142 Fax
Hours: M-F 8:00 – 5:00 p.m.

GOOD SAMARITAN HEALTH CENTER
1015 Donald Lee Hollowell Pkwy
Atlanta, GA 30318
(404) 523-6571 Número Principal
(404) 523-6574 Fax
good_samaritan@mindspring.org
Horas: 8:30 am a 5:00 pm lunes – jueves
8:15 am a 5:00 pm viernes

GRADY HEALTH SYSTEM
80 Jesse Hill Jr. Dr., SE
Atlanta, GA 30303
404-616-1000 Número Principal
(404) 616-6856 Fax
http://www.gradyhealthsystem.org
Horas: 24 horas diarias, 7 días a la semana

SOUTHSIDE MEDICAL CENTER
1046 Ridge Ave., Southwest ATL
Atlanta, GA 30315
(404) 688-1350 Número Principal
(404) 688-2962 Fax
www.southsidemedical.net
Horas: 8:00 am a 4:30 pm lunes – viernes
Clínica: 5:00 pm a 10:00 pm lunes – viernes
9:00 am a 12:00 pm sábado

INFORMACIÓN SOBRE CLÍNICAS MÉDICAS: Georgia Powerline
(800) 822-2539

GEORGIA LIONS LIGHTHOUSE FOUNDATION
5582 Peachtree Road
Chamblee GA, 30341
404-325-3630
www.lionslighthouse.org

EXAMENES MEDICOS GENERALES/MEDICAL EXAMS

THE FAMILY HEALTH CENTERS AT WEST END
868 YORK AVE.
ATLANTA GA 30310-2750
404-752-1400
FULTON COUNTY
HORAS: 8:00 AM A 5:00 PM LUNES – VIERNES

THE FAMILY HEALTH CENTER AT COBB.
805 CAMPBELL HILL STREET
MARIETTA GA 30060-1144
770-919-0025
COBB COUNTY

THE FAMILY HEALTH CENTER AT COLLEGE PARK
2075 PRINCETON AVENUE
COLLEGE PARK GA 30337-2411
FULTON COUNTY

THE FAMILY HEALTH CENTER AT DOUGLAS COUNTY SCHOOLS BURNETT / EASTSIDE SCHOOL BASED HEALTH CENTER
8277 CONALLY DRIVE
DOUGLASVILLE GA 30134-3840
770-651-2273
DOUGLAS COUNTY

CPACS COSMO HEALTH CENTER
6185 BUFORD HWY. BUILDING G NORCROSS, GA 30071
MAIN: 770-446-0929 / DENTAL: 770-674-7980 / FAMILY PLANNING: 678-694-1379
MONDAY – FRIDAY 9AM TO 6PM / SATURDAY 9AM TO 1PM / SUNDAY CLOSE

GWINNETT COMMUNITY CLINIC (TAMBIÉN DIABETES)
2160 Fountain Dr.
Eastside Heritage Center
Snellville, GA 30078
(770) 985-1199

GOOD SAMARITAN HEALTH CENTER (TAMBIÉN DIABETES)
1015 Donald Lee Hollowell Pkwy.
Atlanta, GA 30318
(404) 523-6571

CENTRO DE BUEN SAMARITANO (Condado de Gwinnett)
3700 Club Drive
Lawrenceville, GA 30044
(678) 280-6630

CENTRO EL BUEN SAMARITANO EN COBB
GOOD SAMARITAN HEALTH CENTER OF COBB
1605 Roberta Dr SW,
Marietta, GA 30008
(770) 419-3120

NORTH DEKALB GRADY
3807 Clairmont Rd
Chamblee, GA 30341
(404)616-0700

GRADY HEALTH SYSTEM
80 Jesse Hill Jr. Dr., SE
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 616-4307 Número Principal
(404) 616-6856 Fax
http://www.gradyhealthsystem.org
Horas: 24 horas diarias, 7 días a la semana

GRADY – BROOKHAVEN CLINIC
2695 Buford Hwy. Ste. 200
Atlanta, GA 30324
(404) 616-6999 Main Client Number
(404) 616-5500 Pharmacy
(404) 616-1737 Fax

NORTH FULTON HEALTH CENTER-GRADY CLINIC
7741 Roswell Road
Sandy Springs, GA 30350 Main: (404) 612-2273

FOUR CORNERS PRIMARY CARE CENTER
5030 Georgia Belle Ct.
Norcross, GA 30093
(770) 806-2928 Main Client Number
(770) 806-4151 Fax
http://www.fourcornersprimarycare.com

SOUTHSIDE MEDICAL CENTER
1046 Ridge Ave., Southwest ATL
Atlanta, GA 30315
(404) 688-1350 Número principal
(404) 688-2962 Fax
www.southsidemedical.net
Horas: 8:00 am a 4:30 pm lunes – viernes
Clínica: 5:00 pm a 10:00 pm lunes – viernes
9:00 am a 12:00 pm sábado

SOUTHSIDE MEDICAL CENTER Norcross Clinic
5127 Jimmy Carter Blvd
Norcross, Georgia 30093
770.368.3845

COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER
6289 Veterans Memorial Hwy.
Austell, GA 30168
Tel. (770) 875-1420

CLÍNICA DE GRANT PARK
1340 Boulevard SE
Atlanta, GA 30315
404.627.4259

MERCY CARE CHAMBLEE CLINIC
5134 PEACHTREE ROAD
CHAMBLEE GA
678-872-7100

CLÍNICA DE SAINT JOSEPH MERCY CARE
424 Decatur Street
Atlanta, GA 30312
678-843-8600

OAKHURST MEDICAL CENTER (TAMBIÉN DIABETES)
1760 Candler Rd, Decatur, GA 30032
Hours of Operation
Mondays and Fridays: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Phone: 404.298.8998
Fax: 404.298.2142
Servicios: Diabetes
www.oakhurstmedical.org

INFORMACIÓN SOBRE CLÍNICAS MÉDICAS: GEORGIA POWERLINE
(800) 822-2539

ELITE THERAPY SERVICES
Dra. Yolanda Washington
Terapia física. Habla y ocupacional
125 Comerce Drive
Suite G
Fayettevelle, GA 30214
Aceptan todos los seguros de salud excepto Well Care
(678)545-2530
fax (678)545-2531

CLÍNICA METROPOLITANA
Dra. Cynthia García
6550 Roswell Road
30328 Sandy Springs
404-303-1512

VACUNAS DE INMUNIZACIÓN PARA NIÑOS

GOOD SAMARITAN HEALTH CENTER (también DIABETES)
1015 Donald Lee Hollowell Pkwy.
Atlanta, GA 30318
(404) 523-6571

SOUTHSIDE MEDICAL CENTER
1046 Ridge Ave., Southwest ATL
Atlanta, GA 30315
(404) 688-1350 Número Principal
(404) 688-2962 Fax
Horas: 8:00 am a 4:30 pm lunes – viernes

MAMOGRAFIA/PAPANICOLAOU
Northside Hospital
Cancer Institute
Women’s Health Enterprise
(404) 635-1300
634 McDonough Blvd. SE
Atlanta, GA 30315

Feminist Women’s Health Center
1924 Cliff Valley Way, NE 2nd Fl.
Atlanta, GA 30329
(404) 728-7900 Main Client Number
(404) 248-5445 Administrative
(800) 877-6013 Toll Free Line
(404) 417-0878 Fax
www.feministcenter.org

CIMA – INTERNATIIONAL WOMEN’S HEALTH
SANDY SPRINGS
257 CARPENTER DRIVE SUITE 102
SANDY SRPINGS GA 30328
404-250-9309

DORAVILLE
2000 CLEARVIEW AVENUE –SUITE 111
DORAVILLE GA 30340
770-451-3100

THE FAMILY HEALTH CENTERS AT WEST END
868 York Ave., SW
Atlanta, GA 30310
(404) 752-1400 Número Principal
(404) 758-1231 Fax para Enfermeras/os
(404) 752-7296 Fax
Horas: 8:00 am a 5:00 pm lunes – viernes
www.wemc.org

MERCY CARE CHAMBLEE CLINIC
5134 PEACHTREE ROAD
CHAMBLEE GA
678-872-7100

The following list of companies have immediate openings available. Visit their website to apply.

Work From Home Opportunities

Apple (Apple Pay At Home Advisor)

Broadpath Healthcare Solutions.com

Transcom.com
Alorica.com
Concentrix.com
Sitel.com
Workingadvantage.com KellyServices.com
Amazon.com
Nexrep.com
LiveOps.com
Axispointhealth.com
Support.com
VIPKid.com
QKids.com
Appen.com
Williams-Sonoma.com
Hubsmart.com
LeadCookie.com
Ergeon.com
Activityhero.com AprikaBusinessSolutions.com Study.com
Languagelinesolutions.com Vavavirtualassistants.com Noxsolutions.com
Carecentrix.com
Thrivecash.com
Clickworker.com
Rev.com
Kforce.com

Companies Hiring Ongoing

Doordash
Uber/Uber Eats
Postmates
Instacart
Lyft
Home Depot (Multiple Positions) Amazon (Multiple Positions) Publix
Walmart
Kroger
CVS
Walgreens
Rite Aid
Costco
Shipt
Whole Foods
UPS
Aldi
USPS
Target
Dollar Tree
Family Dollar
Sam’s Club

LAA Job Bank – Job seekers are also encouraged to visit the LAA Job Bank to find additional job offers. https://thelaa.org/employment-2/

If you have further questions, please contact Rebecca Christenberry, LAA Employment & Corporate Relations Coordinator, by email rchristenberry@thelaa.org or by phone 404-638-1837.

USCIS – www.uscis.gov

USCIS will continue to process applications and is expanding flexibility for responding to USCIS requests. Read more here.

USCIS is extending their office closure to the public until at least May 3, 2020. Read more here

Center for American Progress’s “Removing Barriers for Immigrant Medical Professionals Is Critical to Help Fight Coronavirus.” Share it on Twitter.

National Immigration Law Center’s “Understanding the Impact of Key Provisions of COVID-19 Relief Bills on Immigration Communities” 

New York Times Opinion:“There’s Only One Thing Stopping Trump from Deporting Health Care Workers

Norcross Cooperative Ministry – https://www.facebook.com/norcrosscm/

Norcross Coops serves families living in the Gwinnett southeast counties (Norcross, Peachtree Corners & some parts of Tucker and Doraville that are located in Gwinnett).

They are also offering help to pay rent. For help, you will need to have a photo ID, your rental contract and a proof that you can pay the rest of the rent.

Call this number for more information: 770.263.8268.

Salvation Army Buford Hwy – www.salvationarmyatlanta.org o 404-486-2888

Feeding America – https://www.feedingamerica.org/

Atlanta Community Food Bank – https://acfb.org

TEXT Comida – 888.976.2232

Atlanta Community Food Bank will be distributing food for families at Sequoyah Middle School, every Monday from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Sequoyah is located at 3456 Aztec Road, Doraville, GA 30340. Open to all families in the area.

LAA Atlanta Outreach Center – Financial Assistance – 404.638.1834

LAA Lawrenceville Outreach Center – Financial Assistance – 770.676.2852

LAA Dalton Outreach Center –  Financial Assistance – 706.272.1996

Caridades Católicas – https://catholiccharitiesatlanta.org/

Ser Familia – https://serfamilia.org/

Fondos Unidos/United Way – https://www.unitedwayatlanta.org/

St. Vicente de Paul – https://www.svdpgeorgia.org/

National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1800.334.2836 Option 2 for Spanish.

1. Georgia Statewide Hotline – 1-800-33-HAVEN (4-2833) – Spanish option available
2. PADV – (Gwinnett and Fulton Counties) Fulton Crisis Line (24/7)/ Linea de Crisis – 404-873-1766.
3. SER familia 678-363-3079 – https://serfamilia.org/about-us/contact-us/
4. LiveSAFE Resources – (Cobb County) Main Office: 770-427-2902 / Crisis Line: 770-427-3390 / https://www.livesaferesources.org/
5. Tapestry – www.tapestri.org immediate help, call 404-299-2185 / 866-317-3733 (outside Metro Atlanta)
Tapestri@tapestri.org. Human Trafficking, Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
6. International Woman House – (DeKalb County) (770) 413-5557 /https://internationalwomenshouse.org/
7. Gateway House – (Hall County) (770) 536-5860 / http://www.gatewaydvcenter.org/
8. Women Resources Center – (DeKalb County) 404-370-7670 (Bilingual Legal Advocate) / Shelter at 404-688-9436.
9. Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation – (Fulton County) 404-612-4316 (Director Domestic Violence project)
10. Association on Battered Woman – (Clayton County) 770-961-7233 – Clayton County Association against Family Violence)
11. Fulton County –Solicitor’s office / 404-612-6883 (Victim Assistance Program/Victims Advocate)
12. Caminar Latino – 678-598-2125 (Support Groups) / 678-558-7911
13. Cherokee County Family Violence Center – Shelter 770-720-7050 Spanish/Español Hotline (770) 720- 7050 www.CFVC.org

College Clinic – www.collegeclinic.org

Departamento de Educación Juvenil de la LAA – https://thelaa.org/esp/educacion-juvenil/

OTHER EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES

www.raisingareader.org/resourcehub/covid-19/

Department of Human Services – Division of Family and Children Services (DFCS) – www.Gateway.ga.gov or 1-877-423-4746.

CARES ACT from Congressional Hispanic Caucus. This document clarifies that DACA and TPS recipients are eligible for Social Security Numbers, and therefore, those who obtained a SSN should receive the recovery rebate. For more information, click here

https://nami.org/covid-19-guide