The DeKalb County Board of Health is committed to protecting the health of those who live, work, and play in DeKalb County. The Board of Health aspires to meet the health needs of those it serves by addressing the determinants of health and assuring the conditions in which the health needs can be met.
CDF is a non-profit organization that works to engage and connect community members in Clarkston, GA in transforming education through culturally sound and community-driven education initiatives that benefit the community. Its mission is to ensure all children and youth in the community are nurtured, supported, and prepared to learn in a way that is best for their development and growth.
The City of Clarkston is located in Dekalb County, GA. The mayor and city council focus on the community’s needs and policies that will address those needs. They are committed to improving the health and well-being of residents by supporting and investing in economic, educational, social initiatives for the Clarkston community.
The Clarkston Community Center is a non-profit organization that serves the Clarkston community through education, recreation, and the arts. It provides social support and community development programs that help foster safety, well-being, and inclusivity in the Clarkston community.
Emory School of Medicine is located in the city of Atlanta, GA. It challenges the conventions of traditional care and reshapes how medicine is practiced. The school’s mission is to recruit and develop a diverse group of students and leaders in biomedical science, public health, medical education, and clinical care. Emory School of Medicine works with PRC to achieve important health objectives in the communities we serve.
Ethne Clinic is a non-profit medical clinic in Clarkston, GA that serves insured and uninsured individuals. It provides high-quality healthcare that is both culturally sensitive and community-focused.
New American Pathways is an Atlanta-based nonprofit with the mission of Helping Refugees and Georgia Thrive. Our vision is for new Americans in metro Atlanta to become successful, contributing, and welcomed members of Georgia's communities. We fulfill our goals by offering the most comprehensive, fully integrated continuum of services targeted to meet the specific needs of refugees and other immigrants in Georgia. Our services support new Americans on their individual pathways from arrival through citizenship with programs that focus on four key milestones along the pathway – Safety & Stability, Self-Sufficiency, Success, and Service.
The Grace Village Clinic is a State of Georgia certified clinic operating under the Georgia Volunteer Health Care Program. It provides families and individuals in Clarkston who cannot afford healthcare with medical services and support. Grace Village partners with local resettlement, social, and educational organizations to ensure the community is receiving quality, holistic healthcare.
Indian Creek Elementary School is one of the largest and most diverse elementary schools in DeKalb County. It welcomes students from more than 40 countries who speak 45 different languages and dialects. Indian Creek Elementary School works to provide a safe space for its students by promoting growth, development, and inclusivity within the Clarkston community.
The International Rescue Committee is a non-governmental organization that focuses on global humanitarian aid, relief, and development. IRC in Atlanta works alongside partners in the Clarkston community to help refugee and migrant families and individuals with social support, integration, and resettlement.
Positive Growth Inc. is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to improving the lives of families, children, youth, and adults during difficult transitional periods. It provides high-quality and culturally competent mental health services that promote self-determination, productivity, and self-sufficiency.
Scottdale Early Learning is a child development center that serves a diverse population and provides community-based and center-based early care education that promotes growth and development. The center addresses socioeconomic disadvantages through high-quality education, family involvement, and community engagement.
The Somali American Community Center is a non-profit organization in Clarkston, GA that initially started to provide support to Somali refugees in the community. They provide education, support, advocacy, and assistance to families and individuals in the Clarkston community.
Refugee Women's Network inspires and equips refugee and immigrant women to become leaders in their homes, businesses, and communities. Refugee Women’s Network (RWN) is a 501c3 organization serving refugees resettled in the state of Georgia. RWN inspires and equips refugee and immigrant women to become leaders in their homes, businesses, and communities. For more than 20 years, we’ve continued to be the only organization in Georgia that specifically serves refugee women.RWN’s spectrum of services meets women where they are; whether they’ve been in the US for three months or thirty years. Whether they need help enrolling their children in school or they’re preparing to open their own business, we help women on their journey to become independent and self-sufficient.