FEATURES

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AUTAUGA FAMILY SUPPORT CENTER

Meeting notes from meeting on February 10th, 2021

Autauga Family Support Center currently offers FREE GED classes and ESL classes. They also have a program to receive a diploma.

CURRENT CLASSES: 

DADS:

Dads classes work with unemployed or underemployed fathers with soft skills, resume writing and employment leads. 

Positively Parenting and Co-Parenting:

An 8-week course to help parents develop skills to address parental responsibilties while dealing with problematic behavior. The class meets once a week for 2 hours.

The Parent project:

Designed to give parents the skills neccessary to parent strong-willed and difficult teens. This is a parent and child class that is 10 weeks. The class meets once a week for 3 hours. 

Digital Literacy:

Learn to use technology

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ALABAMA CASA

Meeting Notes from meeting on February 12th,  2021

Court Appointed Special Advocates is accepting volunteers to help with their mission. In our recent meeting, we discussed creating a bill of rights for Foster Children and we are planning a Youth Court Night. These programs advocate for abused and neglected  children in Autauga County. Autauga County has a huge need for a domestic violence shelter and a transitional program for children transitioning from foster care. Big Brother and Big Sister programs would be very beneficial for Autauga County as a protective factor for children.

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COSA

Meeting Notes from meeting on February 9th, 2021

COSA is actively seeking for a route into Autauga County to present the resources they have available. COSA partners with the DEA to host a drug takeback once a year, this year being in April. COSA has an Overdose to Action program where they provide education and resources about opioid addiction and alcohol abuse. COSA will be presenting this program for our next meeting on March 9th, 2021 at 8:30a.m. COSA discussed partnering with our CPC to find a way to have a year-round drug takeback.