Partners

Bright from the Start: Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning

Bright from the Start: Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning partners with the Cobb Collaborative to build learning environments that are trauma-responsive, allowing educational partners, caregivers, and community members to support students’ social and emotional needs.

Cobb & Douglas Public Health

Cobb & Douglas Public Health partners with the Cobb Collaborative to provide film screenings, educational materials, and training opportunities to inform our community about the effect of Adverse Childhood Experiences and trauma.

Cobb Community Foundation

The Cobb Community Foundation partners with the Cobb Collaborative to provide program support for our Mind Your Mind initiative.

Cobb EMC Foundation

The Cobb EMC Foundation partners with the Cobb Collaborative to expand our community-wide marketing campaign, including “suicide safe messaging” and increasing awareness of behavioral health resources available in our community that support suicide prevention.

Georgia’s Own Credit Union

Georgia’s Own Credit Union partners with the Cobb Collaborative to provide program support for our Mind Your Mind mental health initiative.

Greystone Power Foundation

Greystone Power Foundation partners with the Cobb Collaborative to improve the early language and literacy skills of young children and increase access to books in under-resourced areas through the Little Free Library initiative.

Northside Hospital

Northside Hospital partners with the Cobb Collaborative to produce a Media Toolkit for National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month.

Resilient Georgia

Resilient Georgia partners with the Cobb Collaborative to build a community of resiliency for the well-being of children and families and preventing future Adverse Childhood Experiences.

Sandra Dunagan Deal Center for Early Language and Literacy

The Sandra Dunagan Deal Center for Early Language and Literacy partners with the Cobb Collaborative to improve the early language and literacy skills of Cobb’s youngest children through the collective impact model The Basics Cobb County.

Southern Poverty Law Center

The Southern Poverty Law Center partners with the Cobb Collaborative to support voter mobilization in local elections and the 2022 midterm elections as well as wider civic engagement activities on a year-round basis.

United Way of Greater Atlanta

The United Way of Greater Atlanta partners with the Cobb Collaborative to bring the Science of Reading to children in Marietta by reaching them through the adults who serve them – prenatal through 3rd grade. Also supports the Financial Directory Online.

Walmart

Walmart partners with the Cobb Collaborative to connect vulnerable populations with mental health resources that are available in our community.