Pocket Key to Resources developed for Cobb County residents
The Pocket Key is a list of community services for the homeless and low-income of Cobb County.
Cobb County GED Programs and English as a Second language classes
see Cobbworks ) for Cobb Literacy Council
Cobb County Adult Education Center website for a class schedule at the Center www.cobbk12.org special programs- Adult Education Center
Cobb County Police
The Cobb County Police Crime Prevention Unit through our community education program offers various programs to meet the needs of our ever changing and growing county. Assigned personnel conduct seminars and training on crime prevention methods, visit schools to lecture on various topics, distribute crime prevention material, coordinate our Neighborhood Watch Program, and assist specialized units when crime prevention needs arise.
A special summer service is being provided to Cobb Residents while they are away on vacation to ensure that their homes are being better protected against break-ins. To learn more, call (770) 499-4134.
Cobb County Schools Prevention & Intervention
Cobb Alcohol Taskforce (formerly Cobb Underage Drinking Taskforce)
Our Task Force is a community/law enforcement partnership comprised of various organizations; concerned parent and youth groups, numerous public and private agencies, responsible alcohol retailers, civic organizations, and all law enforcement agencies within Cobb County. http://www.cobbat.org
Child Welfare League of America
CWLA is an association of more than 900 public and private nonprofit agencies that assist more than 3.5 million abused and neglected children and their families each year with a range of services.
Center for the Improvement of Child Caring
One of America’s largest and most influential parenting and parenting education organizations, it is a private, non-profit community service, training and research corporation, and a major supporter and participant in a nationwide Effective Parenting Movement to improve the overall quality of child rearing and child caring in the United States.
The Center for Health Improvement
The Center for Health Improvement (CHI) is a national, independent, nonprofit health policy center dedicated to improving population health and encouraging healthy behaviors. CHI uses evidenced-based research as the basis for policy innovation and implementation. Since 1995, CHI has partnered with all levels of government, advocacy and community organizations, philanthropic foundations, and educators.