Columbia County Community Connections works to make children safe, healthy, educated and part of a stable, self-sufficient family.

Columbia County is participating in the statewide Alcohol Prevention Project, sponsored by the Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities. Please help prevent underage drinking – Sign the SAFE HOMES pledge to not allow underage drinking in your home.

  • Alcohol Awareness: The Youth Action Team Video

    Did you know in Columbia County that the average age a teen takes the first drink is 13? See the Youth Action Team video – “The Choice” In 1956, alcoholism was declared a disease by the American Medical Association (AMA.) … Continue reading


    The Safe Homes Pledge is an initiative to help prevent underage drinking within our community.  Underage drinking can cause many problems for young bodies and brains.  Alcohol use during teen years can interfere with important developmental processes and can cause … Continue reading

After school programs are a great way to help young people discover their potential. We offer a high quality academic and enrichment program at the Dream Academy in Grovetown.

Keeping teens out of the court system and in school, working toward graduation and finding a pathway to success is the goal of CCCC. Our programs help youth gain the skills they need to become productive citizens.

  • Community Prevention Alliance Workgroup

    The Columbia County Drug Free Communities and Alcohol Prevention workgroup meet the second Tuesday of every month at Columbia County Community Connections, 5915 Euchee Creek Drive, Grovetown. If you are interested in preventing underage drinking and drug use, we invite … Continue reading

  • Teen Court Update 2015

    CCCC and the Columbia County Juvenile Court are off to a great start. With excellent participation from the court, CCCC and 20 area teens; over 10 cases have been tried. See our recent article in The Columbia County News-Times by … Continue reading

The goal of the Hunger Coalition is to bring together community partners who want to stamp out hunger in Columbia County. Did you know that one out of three students in Columbia County are eligible for free or reduced lunch? You can make a difference. 

  • Food4Kids

    CCCC, local churches, Columbia County Cares and Golden Harvest help provide thousands of food bags to children for weekend and summer meals. Currently, (quarter 1 of 2015) with the help of our partners, the FOOD4Kids program  provides 473 backpacks per … Continue reading

  • Churches Donate to Feed Children

    Thanks to the following churches for their generous donations to help the Food4Kids program. Christ the King Lutheran Church, West Acres Baptist Church, New Passion Church, Redeemer Church, Ekklesia Faith Community, Church of Our Savior, Vineyard Church, Harlem Baptist Church, … Continue reading