Impact Partners

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African-American Health Information and Resource Center

The African-American Health Information & Resource Center (AAHIRC) is a faith-inspired enterprise committed to treating illness and promoting wellness for all people. The Center serves people in the Thomas Square Area.  The Center conducts health screenings and sponsors special events to promote community health awareness. 

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With a long history of service dating back to 1832, the Georgia Infirmary is dedicated to helping elderly and physically disabled persons live as independently as possible. The organization's rich history includes operating the first hospital in the United States for African-Americans, the first training center in the nation for African-American nurses and the first Medicare-certified comprehensive outpatient rehabilitation facility.  Georgia Infirmary programs are designed to help avoid or delay nursing facility placement, decrease hospitalizations and emphasize preventive health care.

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The Living Vine Maternity Home

The Living Vine is a residential program for pregnant women in crisis. We display God’s love for life by opening doors and arms to women and their unborn children during the vulnerable and challenging season of pregnancy. At no charge to residents we offer a safe environment in which to live as well as preparation for future success through an individualized 40 hour-a-week curriculum of spiritual growth, life skills, parenting classes, job training, and home school education.

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Savannah Care Center

Savannah Care Center provides free, confidential support and counseling for expectant mothers. 

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Savannah Technical College

Savannah Technical College offers nearly 150 instructional options with associate degree, diploma and certificate programs from which to choose. Our award-winning programs prepare students for careers in the industrial, business, computer, public service or health sciences fields. Savannah Technical College offers programs for individuals preparing for their first career, for those acquiring skills to change careers or advance in their current field, or for those taking the next step in their education.

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St. Mary's Community Center

St. Mary's Community Center is a community outreach initiative of St. Joseph's/Candler and a living demonstration of its mission. The center is located at 812 W. 36th Street in the Cuyler-Brownsville neighborhood. The Center serves many individuals and families from Savannah's poorest census tracts.  It strives to accompany people to improve their quality of life through education, job training, children services, public benefit applications, tax preparation, financial literacy, professional counseling and other initiatives.

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Step up Savannah

Step Up Savannah, Inc. engages all sectors of the community to improve the economic mobility and financial stability of families in Savannah, Chatham County.  The organization acts as a convener, attracts outside resources, adapts and creates effective programs and products, trains neighborhood and nonprofit leaders, and advocates for policies that will improve thelives of low-income families. It works through a participative process relying upon its diverse board of directors and a network of partners, seeking out lasting solutions that enable low-income families to work toward economic self-sufficiency.

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The Wesley Community Centers of Savannah 

Wesley Community Centers promote the economic, educational, and spiritual growth of women, children, and families. Since 1949, Wesley Centers have provided critical services to people who are homeless and/or low income. Their programs including nationally-accredited Early Childhood Centers, spring and summer camps, and Family Advocacy services (emergency utility assistance, financial literacy, and case management) work together to create short-term and long-term solutions out of poverty.

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Williams Court

Williams Court is a 151-unit HUD 202/Section Eight apartment complex for elderly and disabled adults managed by the Georgia Infirmary. Williams Court is located across from the Georgia Infirmary Day Center for Rehabilitation.

In 1996, Williams Court Apartments received national recognition with a "Best Practices in Housing" award from the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and the Administration on Aging.