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The Following Numbers Are Resources To Help People In Need

Hot Line Numbers

 
 
Alcohol Hotline-Info Referral         1-800-252-6465

Georgia STD/AIDS Hotline            1-800-551-2728

Center for Diease Control (CDC)
   Nights Weekends Holidays             404-639-3311
   Public Inquires                               404-639-3534

Compulsive Gambling Help Line     1-800-699-7117

Mental Health Hotline(Emergency)   404-730-1600

National Runaway Hotline              1-800-621-4000

Suicide Hotline                                  404-730-1600

Task Force for Homeless               1-800-448-0636

Child Abuse Hotline
  (Teen/Parent Issues)                    1-800-532-3208

Georgia Poison Center Hotline        404-616-9000 or
                                                     1-800-222-1222
     TTD Line for Deaf                       404-616-9287

Project ReNeWal (Battered Women) 770-860-9770

Grady Rape Center                            404-616-4861

Rape Crisis Center                          1-800-656-4673

The American Cancer Society         1-800-227-2345

American Heart Association            1-800-242-8721    

Cancer Information Service             1-800-422-6237

Georgia Legal Services                   1-800-822-5391
Utility Help

H.E.A.T                                          678-406-0212

Salvation Army                                770-786-2107

D.F.A.D.S.                                     770-784-2490

Faithworks                                      770-784-1884

United Fund                                    770-786-7638

LHEAP                                          404-657-3426

Xpress Ga Shuttle Bus Schedule - If you are looking for work here is the bus schedule of the shuttle that goes to atlanta and the pickup locations. 


Find out how to apply for unemployment benefits in Georgia, information on COBRA health insurance, how to apply for food stamps and get financial assistance with utility bills and childcare, and advice for job seekers from a panel of human resource experts.
http://www.ajc.com/hotjobs/content/hotjobs/careercenter/articles/2009/02/15/georgia_unemployment_resources.html
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