Columbia County Community Connections is a non-profit 501c3 organization building partnerships, finding resources, and implementing programs to serve children and families.
Columbia County is participating in a statewide underage drinking prevention campaign. The Alcohol Prevention Project is sponsored by the Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities.
More than 150 of Georgia’s youth die each year from alcohol-related causes. Alcohol use can cause brain damage in youth. Currently, the Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities is running 30 second public service ads in theaters all … Continue reading
After school programs are a great way to help young people discover their potential. We offer academic and enrichment programs at Harlem High, Grovetown High and the Dream Academy in Harlem.
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.
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.
The Columbia County Hunger Coalition is scheduled to meet Thursday, March 27, at 4 p.m. at the CCCC office at 5915 Euchee Creek Drive. The group will be discussing the summer feeding program. If you are interested in getting involved, … Continue reading