Adoption Services provides access to stable and compassionate homes for children who have not had a chance at a secure and stable life. Two types of adoption services are provided: domestic adoption of children in foster care (especially those with special needs), and cooperative domestic infant adoption.
ASAP is an after-school program that increases the academic achievement of 50 Indian Creek Elementary students and 25 Clarkston High School students through a variety of fun, hands-on activities.
Behavioral Health Services offers an array of outpatient mental health and substance abuse counseling services to children and adolescents, adults, and seniors in the Metropolitan Atlanta area.
Disaster Response works in partnership with congregations and Lutheran disaster response to respond to disasters and participate in recovery efforts.
FACES (Facilitating, Advocacy,Care, Education, and Shelter) helps individuals with developmental disabilities find host homes and environments in which they can thrive and obtain the support they need. The program provides support in all areas of residential community while respecting the rights and abilities of persons served.
Family Intervention Services works to maintain family connections and prevent out of home placements of children. FIS coordinates the provision of a range of services including parent education, supervised visitation, individual and family counseling, kinship care, parent aid, employment support, and health education and support.
Specialized Foster Care assists the state in placing at risk and special needs children in quality specialized foster care homes, helping save state resources while providing homes for children who otherwise would be at risk of neglect and or abuse.
Refugee and Immigration Services helps refugees make a smooth transition to life in the US, achieve economic self-sufficiency, and become socially integrated into their new communities.