Listings in Social Skills, Disaster Relief, Farmers Market and Cooperatives and Domestic Violence Shelters
9-12 month transitional program for women coming out of homelessness and addiction, escaping domestic violence, or being released from prison. $500 upon arrival. Children permitted after Phase I upon approval.
7916 2nd Avenue S
Whether you’re new to church, have been a Christian for many years, or are looking for a fresh start, you’re welcome here. Our hope is to give you a place where you experience a fresh, enjoyable connection to God and a community of people.
Churchill Academy strives to define success individually within the structure of a supportive, nurturing environment, focusing on the uniqueness of the learners social, emotional, and academic needs; resulting in students demonstrating self-advocacy
Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Alabama (BBBSSA) is the largest one-to-one mentoring organization in south Alabama serving over 600 children and a minimum of 1,800 people annually across four counties. Our mission is to create and support one-to-on
3 South Royal Street, Suite 300
Provides senior citizens with assistance and resources that will empower them to self-advocate, live independently, and enjoy the highest quality of life
209 Cloverdale Circle
Our Mission: To promote realistic recovery based on respect, relationships and responsibility through socialization, peer support, and recreation. Cost to attend: FREE; breakfast and lunch served daily.
205 Max Luther Drive