Monday, September 18, 2006
GACA The Georgia Commission on Family Violence presents.
Redefining Best Practices. Through the Survivor's Eyes
November 5-8, 2006
Marriott Riverfront Hotel
Zulema Ruby White-Starr
For Registration and More Information copy and paste in your brouser:
" http://www.blogger.com/ registration bulletin.pdf "
If this doesn't work, try: http://www.blogger.com/
DFCS's office of Faith Based Initiatives is
hosting four forums around GA to recruit faith organizations to partner
in the work of strengthening families and preventing child abuse.
Flyers for the specific forums are available (including registration form
and location addresses) but the basic date/location info is:
Macon, GA Friday Sept. 22, 10:00-2:00
Calloway Gardens Monday, Sept. 25 10:00-2:00
Valdosta, GA Thursday, Sept. 28 10:00-2:00
Feel free to forward this to any faith-based organizations you think
would be interested and ask them to register. If anyone has questions,
Edna Foster (the organizer of the forums) her contact info is on the
Statewide CPPC Director
GA Division of Family & Children Services
2 Peachtree Street, Suite 18-213
Atlanta, GA 30303
NAMI MONTHLY MEETING
SEPTEMBER 25, 2006
OUR SPECIAL SPEAKER
MARY ANN VAN HARTESVELDT
"What Scientologists Believe About Mental Illness
and Why You Should Care"
MEETING AT 7:00 PM
NEW HOPE CENTER
100 STORY ROAD
WARNER ROBINS, GA 31093
Grand Opening: COSC's Women's Shelter
"A New Women and Children's Homeless Shelter"
You are cordially invited to share with us in this wonderful event and we would like to thank all those who helped to make this vision a reality.
Date: September 21, 2006
Time: 11:30 a.m. - 12:30pm
Address: 312 A Duke Avenue
Contact Information: (478) 922-3195
All Military & Civil Service Personnel Our CFC # is 9056
All Financial Contributions Are Tax Deductible
And Can Be Made At our Website www.coscga.org Through Pay Pal
Saturday, September 09, 2006
Please join us at noon on September 15th at Coliseum Psychiatric Center in Macon in the ground floor conference room for a very special CE presentation. Sue Fort, Executive Director of Georgia Chapter NASW, Betty Ryan, Chapter staff member and Beverly Mears, student intern will give us a "Georgia Chapter Update." They will share with us upcoming legislative initiatives, chapter response to Medicaid changes, annual conference preview as well as future plans for the Georgia Chapter.
Please take this opportunity to connect with our state chapter and let your opinions be heard. We need presenters, topic suggestions, presenter suggestions for upcoming Lunch N' Learns.
Please call 464-4264 by noon Wednesday, September 13,2006 to reserve a space or a space and lunch.
Jan Yates, ACSW, LCSW
Central Georgia Unit Education Coordinator