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Findhelp: Our Network in Georgia

Findhelp is the largest network of free & reduced-cost social assistance in the United States. We help people find and connect with services provided by organizations like yours.

More than 349,457 users in Georgia have used findhelp.org to search for services. As we experience unprecedented levels of unemployment, food insecurity, sickness, and general adversity, it’s important for us to highlight the impact our network is having on Georgia and affirm our commitment to helping those individuals in need.

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What is findhelp

At findhelp, we created a social care network that connects people and programs — making it easy for people to find social services in their communities, for nonprofits to coordinate their efforts, and for customers to integrate social care into the work they already do. 

 

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We support thousands of nonprofits by providing completely free access to our Open Toolkit, which gives you the ability to manage your program listings on our network, track referrals, manage team capacity, report on outcomes, and more.

 

Some Nonprofits in Our Network

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Upcoming Virtual Events

(101) Introduction to findhelp.org

Learn how to navigate our open care network on findhelp.org. 

 

Wednesday, July 6, 2022

10 AM - 11 AM, EST

 

Georgia and South Carolina

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(101) Introducción a findhelp.org

Únase a la red de findhelp.org y aprenda a conectar con servicios sociales.

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(201) Navigating your free suite of tools

Design a process that fits your team’s needs with free intake tools & impact reports.

Wednesday, July 20, 2022

10 AM - 11 AM, EST

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Hear From Some of Our Southeastern Partners

 

NCMedAssist

“I love that it’s free, accessible at any time of the day or night and offers a central place to go to and find services, refer patients and track the status of that referral. We serve the whole state of North Carolina and this is a great way for people to get connected no matter where they live and what kind of medications they need… I love that people can use the screener on the site to enroll in our program instead of the locations they went to before that are now closed due to COVID-19.”

Robbie Jarrett, Director of Patient Engagement

 

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“[Findhelp.org] has given hope to families living in N.C. with their loved one living in another state to find help resources quickly. Individuals with lived experience have reached out using the [findhelp] platform and are so thankful using their zip code to find affordable resources that have helped and served them well. We are forever thankful and appreciative of [findhelp] for [the] lives it has touched, helped and given hope!”

Diane Krisanda, Board of Directors President 

 

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“[Findhelp.org] has been a tool that I use daily as I support peers within the organization I work with, our Recovery Court Programs & throughout our communities. This beneficial resource allows me to quickly direct another professional or peer to any resource they are looking for. The multiple trainings offered have been so informative and I look forward to continuing to use this ‘toolbox’ daily as we support & help others navigate through their Wellness and Recovery needs.”

Leanne Greer, Certified Peer Support Specialist and Recovery Coach 

Our Footprint in Georgia

We’ve led a decade-long journey to build the largest and most widely used social care network in the country, with over 1,400 resources in each and every county. By engaging with nonprofits like yours in Georgia, there are now 11,720 programs (and growing!) listed in our local network.

If you’d like to see more details about our coverage, you can explore our interactive map to see more network details by specific counties and metropolitan areas throughout Georgia.

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Searches and Connections in Georgia

With over 349,457 users in Georgia searching for free or reduced-cost services, we have a growing amount of data that shows where there is demand for services by category throughout the community. 

See GA Guide

The graph below shows the trends in searches and connections in Georgia. An electronic connection is an action taken to connect someone with the help that they need on findhelp.org. Information shared on our platform is protected through HIPAA Compliance and HITRUST Certification. 

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News & Insights

Connecting Military and Veteran Families with Community Resources

It’s been 30 years since his first tour in Kuwait, and Aaron Harper, a fifth-generation Marine Corps war veteran, continues to serve military and veteran families across the Southeast in partnership with Atrium Health. 

 

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Three generations of Marines (From left to right: Sgt. Rick LeFebvre, Cpl. Frances Cole Prescott, Sgt. Cecil Cole, and Sgt. Aaron Harper), credit Jack Cole

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Andrew Knoblich
Community Engagement Manager
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Andrew has spent his career serving at the intersection of education and government focusing on community building initiatives, direct client services, and economic and workforce development. He has held various positions across some of the largest public education systems in the United States, as well as in municipal government. He has overseen a myriad of strategic, operational, and technical initiatives in these roles and has cultivated impactful relationships with hundreds of organizations to connect people in need with the resources they need.  He is excited to use these past experiences to support individuals and community partners in leveraging findhelp's robust social care network to address social determinants of health and improve outcomes.