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Another Way Out

1180 Utoy Springs Road SW
Atlanta, GA 30331
Ph. 404-349-4712, Fax - 404-349-4838 Email - woodtompkins@mindspring.com

This mentoring and intervention program helps boys and girls develop life skills that enable them to become productive, self-sustaining and responsible members of society. Program activities broaden their view of what life has to offer, motivating them to stay in school, resist negative peer pressure and avoid teen parenthood, drugs and violence.

Community Care

30 Haygood Avenue SW
Atlanta, GA 30315
Ph. 404-524-0229, Fax - 404-524-5044

The goal of this community-based initiative is to provide services and programs that keep inner-city youth alive, in school and out of jail. In addition to offering supervised recreational and enrichment activities, Community Care responds directly to problems that individual youths encounter within their families, at school and with the legal system.
Georgia Justice Project

467 Edgewood Avenue NE
Atlanta, GA 30312
Ph. 404-827-0027, Fax - 404-827-0026
Email - doug@gjp.org

GJP's Juvenile Justice Project provides quality legal representation for teenagers who are committed to changing their lives. A comprehensive set of social services includes educational programs, counseling, recreation, life skills and social activities.

Roots

1777 Phoenix Boulevard, Suite 108
Atlanta, GA 30349
Ph. 770-907-7770, Fax - 770-907-7726
Email - radopt@bellsouth.net

The first African American adoption agency in Georgia, Roots specializes in placing older children and sibling groups. Over the last 5 years, the agency has prepared more than 200 families for adoption and has completed over 105 placements.

SisterLove

3709 Bakers Ferry Road
Atlanta, GA 30331
Ph. 404-505-7777, Fax - 404-505-0003
Email - info@sisterlove.org

Provides education and support services to women, especially African Americans, who are at risk for HIV, who are infected with HIV, and who have AIDS. LoveHouse offers transitional housing for as long as 18 months at a time, giving women with AIDS a much needed opportunity to plan and prepare for their families' futures

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