Pocket Key Resources for Cobb County residents
The Pocket Key is a list of community services for those in need of support in Cobb
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Resources for Military and Veterans
This directory includes a wide range of supports for activity military personnel, their families and veterans.
If you see something to include, please let us know.
Promotes and protects the health and safety of the residents of Cobb and Douglas counties by preventing epidemics and spread of diseases, protecting against environmental hazards, preventing injuries, promoting and encouraging healthy behaviors, responding to disasters and assisting in community recover and assuring the quality and accessibility of health care.
Cobb Faith Partnership
Cobb Faith Partnership provides linkages between churches and faith-based ministries to government entities, nonprofits, and individuals providing outreach to the citizens of Cobb County. In joining together, we become more than the sum of our parts! See their Facebook page for meeting dates and more information.
Cobb County Government
Elected officials and staff are committed to making Cobb County an exceptional place to live, work and play. See the many resources available on the County's website. Our County has 6 municipalities with separate law enforcement, taxpayer services, elected officials and community resources: Acworth, Austell, Kennesaw, Marietta, Powder Springs and Smyrna.
Cobb County Police - Community Education
Crime Prevention is of the highest priority with the Cobb County Police Department. It is their goal to provide our citizens with the best possible service available, and through the Crime Prevention Function they are committed to reaching that goal. They believe by actively promoting citizens participation crime can be reduced in our county.See offerings HERE.
The PI Center supports counselors and other school-based staff to strengthen schools to create cohesive learning environments and increase student success. The prevention specialists address a variety of issues connected to students and youth - bullying, mental health, substance abuse, suicidal thoughts, conflict resolution, and more.
These public agencies were created by state law to provide mental health, developmental disability, and/or substance abuse services. Access Center is 770-422-02020