Bainbridge Georgia Community
Assistance and Help Programs
Their Mission: To serve as a catalyst for improving results for Georgia's children, families and communities.
Bainbridge-Decatur County currently is sponsoring 19 programs in 18 organizations in Decatur County. The Bainbridge-Decatur County United Way supports programs and not organizations.
CASA provides advocacy by interested and committed community members for an individual child through the court and government agency processes until their case is resolved.
The Harvest House of Hope is nonprofit 501c3 company established residential home for women in recovery with alcohol or drug abuse issues. A 6-12 month program for women at least 18 years old who want to transform their lives.
Stepping Stone is a transitional home in Bainbridge Georgia for recovering female addicts who have completed a drug treatment program.
L.I.F.E. Learning Is For Everyone See More
The Decatur County Certified Literate Community Program (CLCP) is a state initiative promoting and supporting literacy efforts through local community collaborative organizations.
The Friendship House of Jesus is an out-of-school time program offering free services to at-risk children in low-income families to help reduce or eliminate the influence of crime and poverty.
Decatur Seminole Service Center See More
The services offered at the Center are for the enhancement of daily functioning, to assist people in achieving skills necessary for successful community living, facilitate work skills and empower people to achieve personal goals.
The Visiting Nurses Association is committed to providing quality home health care services in the residence of patients with illness or disability.
Hospice of Southwest Georgia is committed to helping terminally ill patients recapture the spirit of living and make the most of remaining time with family and friends.
BAIN is a Center for Independent Living dedicated to promoting independence and improving the quality of life for individuals with disabilities in South Georgia.
The Department of Juvenile Justice provides supervision, detention and a wide range of treatment and educational services for youths referred to the Department by the Juvenile Courts.
If you are the victim or witness of one of many different types of crime you have rights and responsibilities under Georgia law. The District Attorney's Office of Victim Services is there the help you know your rights and responsibilities.
Southwest GA Community Action Council, Inc. See More
The non-profit Corporation develops and administers programs designed to provide families opportunities to obtain and maintain and specifically to assist the economically disadvantaged population.
814 West Street, Bainbridge, GA, 229-246-2579
Sun. 3:00pm - Closed Discussion
Mon. 8:00pm - Closed Big Book Study
Wed. 6:30pm - Closed Womens Discussion
Wed. 8:00pm - Open Speaker's Meeting
Thur 8:00pm - Closed Newcomer's Meeting
Contacts : Benny B. 246-1270, Cissie F. 246-7933
Open Meeting - For those who have a drinking problem and those who are affected by someone elses drinking.
Closed Meetings - Attendance at closed meetings are limited to only those who have or think they may have a problem with alcohol.
Narcotics Anonymous (Staying Alive Group)
232 W. Shotwell St., Bainbridge, GA 39818
Tuesday at 8:00 (Closed)
Friday at 8:00 (Open)
Sunday at 3:00 (Open Book Study)
Contacts-Benton E.-229-416-8323, Tootle-229-515-3117
Open Meetings-Anyone is Welcome
Closed Meetings-For Addicts or those who think they have a problem with drugs.
Alzheimer's Association 24/7 Helpline
Information and caring support to help with referrals or confidential counseling about what you are going through with yourself or a loved one with Alzheimer's or a related dementia. Toll-free anytime day or night at 1-800-272-3900.
If you know a help program to be included here, please let us know.