During the week of Sept. 13-17, Hi-Hope celebrated National Direct Support Professionals Week to honor the important and often unsung contributions of these helping heroes.
Ten years ago in August of 2005, Georgia Campus – Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (GA-PCOM) welcomed its first class of 75 osteopathic medical students
CETPA, Georgia’s only Latino behavioral health agency to earn state license for drug abuse treatment and national certification by CARF (www.cetpa.org), began implementing Open Access this week.
Our community must recognize the need for charitable healthcare services is not diminishing; it is constant if not increasing.
On Oct. 26, Peachtree Christian Hospice, a premier general inpatient hospice center located in Duluth, will host its 15th Annual Golf Classic, named in loving memory of Co-Developer and Board Co-Chair, William N. “Bill” Todd, Sr., who passed away in 2013.
The goal of our “Meaningful Day” project is for every individual who participates to have the opportunity to generate income in an integrated environment, commensurate with individuals without disabilities through a variety of options.
Peachtree Christian Hospice presented U.S. Ambassador Joseph Ghougassian with the prestigious Scott Hudgens “Good and Faithful Servant” Award at its 13th Annual Benefit, Gala and Awards Dinner held on April 30 at the Atlanta Athletic Club.
The Gwinnett Kids’ performances were spectacular. Madelyn Greene, who is 10 and attends Gwinnett Online Campus, took first place with her strong performance of “Somewhere over the Rainbow.”
Event is scheduled for Oct. 23-24.
This time of year students are actively seeking scholarships to help offset the ever-increasing costs for higher education. As tuition continueS to rise, families are having to get more creative than ever before about their funding formula for college and scholarships are making a huge impact.
This year, Peachtree Christian Hospice is pleased to announce the Scott Hudgens “Good and Faithful Servant” Award will be presented to U.S. Ambassador Joseph Ghougassian at its 13th Annual Benefit, Gala and Awards Dinner.
Spring has finally arrived at Creative Enterprises, Inc., a not-for-profit, training and employment, community rehabilitation program, for adults with a variety of disabilities in Lawrenceville. The people we serve who enjoy working in our greenhouse have been busy getting plants ready for our spring plant sale.
Tatiana Rodriguez (DO’18), a first-year medical student at Georgia Campus - Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (GA-PCOM), is living proof that, as the Gwinnett water tower proclaimed for many years, success still lives here. The Lawrenceville resident has lived in Gwinnett County nearly her entire life, completing her education within 10 miles of her home.
This semester, a group of four Master of Social Work students from Georgia State University has partnered with GUIDE, Inc. to host a Prescription Drug Abuse Awareness Day at Lucky Shoals Park in Norcross on April 25.
Family Promise of Gwinnett County will hold its largest fundraiser of the year on April 18 — its 6th Annual Bed Race in downtown Lawrenceville.