Listings in Support and Community
Alabama Free Clinic is a volunteer based organization that focuses on the medical needs of the citizens of Baldwin County, Alabama.
Baldwin County Government Annex VI
Bay Minette, AL 36507
In 2019, Mobile Arc (MARC), a non-profit founded in 1956 in Mobile by a group of parents whose children had intellectual disabilities, merged with AltaPointe Health. More than 400 individuals at two locations and five residences in Mobile County can
2424 Gordon Smith Dr
Social Service Agency
2230 Green Springs Hwy
Southside, Birmingham, Alabama 35205
Along with active participation in their treatment plan, the free education and support programs NAMI provides for both the individuals and family members play a critical role in the recovery process.
PO Box 161522
Provides case management services for homeless veterans and their families. Priority Veteran, in partnership with United Way of Central Alabama (UWCA), is an assistance program created through a grant from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)
Online or phone only
Support system to single mothers and their children. We teach single moms to dream, grow, and live successfully to create stronger children and communities. We provide a caring environment for single moms to gain financial support and provide life ch
Online or phone only
Grief support services for children ages 4-19 and their families. Part of Dauphun Way United Methodist Church
1507 Dauphin St
The Homicide Survivors Support Group meets on the third Monday of each month at 6:00 pm at Family Services Center. This group will usually meet at the Family Services Center Building located at 600 St. Clair Avenue in Building 3. Group meetings are a
600 St. Clair Ave
Dedicated to improving the quality of life for people with mental illness and their families through support, education, and advocacy.
224 Church St.
The Mesothelioma Cancer Alliance is an online resource for anyone interested in learning more about the disease and exposure to asbestos. Mesothelioma is often diagnosed later in life due to the latency period associated with asbestos exposure. Sympt