Community Partners

“Building a healthy community is not an easy task nor is it for one entity to get the job done. It truly takes a village with a vision to understand and undertake a mission to promote and support all aspects of wellness, while improving the overall well being of individuals and families, in creating a better community.”

 The team consists of the following organizations:

Social Concepts and Development Services is an organization with a goal of bettering the community by becoming a bridge to all aspects of wellness. Our focus is on Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Eight Dimensions of Wellness: Physical, Social, Occupational, Intellectual, Financial, Emotional, Spiritual, and Environmental.

Sweetwater Mission (formerly known as Christian Aid Mission Partners Partnership-C.A.M.P),  a non-profit charitable organization whose mission is to provide basic needs such as a Food Pantry, Clothes Closet, Family Support, Work Training and Life Skills, Social Enterprise, along with several organizations, have teamed up to promote wellness starting here in the City of Austell.

Austell Community Taskforce is a resident-lead community-based umbrella organization in Cobb County Georgia founded in 2001. Our purpose is to systematically identify, connect, develop and leverage resources within the community for a sustainable future. ACT Membership is comprised of residents, large and small business, faith groups, and safety officials. Collaborative partnerships exist with local business associations and government agencies.

Powder Springs Community Taskforce is a 501c3 non-profit organization that consists of an integrated team of concerned and caring citizens partnered with schools, civic groups, community, and business leaders in developing tangible solutions, opportunities, support, and resources which enhance the quality of life in the Powder Springs community.

Creative Services International, Inc is comprised of experts who have worked in the information technology, print and online/web industries for a combined total of over 40 years. CSI, Inc. has a proven track record in designing, implementing and integrating cost-effective, technical, computer network, web and print solutions to meet the challenging needs of today’s businesses. The company is privately owned and operated by Alvin and Carol Dunlop, both of whom bring to the table an in-depth knowledge of the ever-changing computer, web and print industries. The list of services includes: website creation, system analysis, and network renovation.

Paxen For those learners who leave traditional schooling without a diploma, Paxen offers its award-winning GED® preparation program, GED Test Preparation. Each year, thousands of learners across the nation secure their GED credential through a unique program design and a landmark curriculum. Expert instructors and world-class learning materials combine to elicit leading results. Of learners who study in a GED Test Preparation course, approximately 90 percent receive their GED credential. In 2010, the Commission on Adult Basic Education honored GED Test Preparation in the category of “Outstanding Workplace Literacy Program.”

Sting, Inc. is a 501(c)(3), nonprofit organization that was created in South Cobb County, Georgia for the purpose of providing mentoring and enrichment programs for youth between the ages of 11-18. Our goal is to make a difference in the lives of youth and encourage them to live productive and balanced lives. Our mission is to advance the intellectual and social conditions of youth through quality programs, and to equip participants to: envision future possibilities.
Our vision is to provide educational and socialization programs to enhance teens’ abilities to live productive and balanced lifestyles.

Strength Through Faith Community Center, Inc. (STFCC)  also known as Connecting Generations, mission is to address the social needs that both youth and seniors have in common by engaging them both in intergenerational activities that build trust and dispel prejudices. By bridging the gap between two generations it will promote support, caring, and guidance for our two most vulnerable members of society, the elderly and youth.