Interfaith Children’s Movement
The Interfaith Children’s Movement is a grassroots, interfaith advocacy movement that is dedicated to improving the well-being of all children in the state of Georgia.
Georgia Supreme Court Justice for Children Committee
. Chartered to (1) assist in the implementation of nationally recognized best practices in Georgia’s juvenile courts; (2) provide child safety, permanency, and judicial process measures for juvenile courts; (3) work toward ensuring placement stability and decreasing time to permanency for children in foster care; (4) work to improve outcomes for children with delinquency and status – offense cases; (5) advocate for improvements in juvenile law and policy; and (6) ensure technical compliance with federal grant requirements. Stay informed about the work of the Committee.
. An independent not-for-profit in Cedartown committed to meeting the needs of abused and neglected young people through residential treatment, placements in specialized foster care, and community programs that serve at-risk youth and their families. Support their work by volunteering or a financial donation.
. Outcry: Interfaith Voices Against Gun Violence, has come together to raise our voices as people of faith across Georgia in hopes of preventing gun violence in our state.
. St. Teresa’s in Acworth participates in Rocket Fuel, a program designed to provide weekend food bags to children in need.
Starting Over Ministry
. Volunteers at St. Julian’s in Douglasville serve as supervisors during court-ordered parent-child visits after children are placed in foster care.