Listings in Social Skills, Disaster Relief, Information and Research and Domestic Violence Shelters
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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
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
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
A program designed to change patterns of inappropriate behavior by promoting competence and healthy, positive interactions with others.
601 1st St. S.
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
Short-Term Employment Services - Job clubs that focus on job retention skills such as getting along with peers and reporting to work on time. Individualized help with problem resolution. Referral to community resources for emergency aid. Referral to
987 Highway 70
Provides emergency communications during times of severe weather or natural disasters, as well as communications for community special events when requested, such as bike rides, charity runs, and trail rides.
P.O. Box 441