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.
The T-shirt Campaign was the prevention project that SKWADD developed this year at Georgia Teen Institute. Team members distributed over 500 t-shirts to two local high schools. The students were instructed to wear the shirts to the basketball game between … 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.
The Columbia County Fire/Rescue adopted 21 CCCC youth for the “Shop With A Firefighter” event on December 15, 2015. Many of the Dream Academy children participated in this wonderful event. Each of the children were paired with a firefighter to … Continue reading
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.
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