FACAA is one of 1,100 Community Action Agencies in the United States. In a concerted effort to fulfill our mission of Helping People and Changing Lives, we partner with government entities, non-profit agencies, as well as community and religious organizations. We remain motivated and committed to serving our community. Learn more about our partners below.
Atlanta is the capital city of Georgia and the Southeast, and a transportation hub for the country and the world. It is also a banking center and has the third largest concentration of Fortune 500 companies.
“Community Action Partnership is a national, 501(c)3 nonprofit membership organization that provides technical assistance, training, and other resources to Community Action Agencies, nonprofit and public groups funded by the Community Services Block Grant (CSBG), a federal program that allocates funding to states to connect Americans to greater opportunity.”
“As of 2020, Fulton County has the largest population of any county in Georgia, with 1,050,114 residents, which represents an increase of 8,691 residents over the 2017 Census total of 1,041,423 residents. Fulton County’s population accounts for approximately 10% of the State of Georgia’s population.”
“Georgia Community Action Association (GCAA) provides training and technical assistance for 20 Community Action Agencies and 4 CSBG County Offices throughout the State of Georgia, we comprise a human service network capable of serving all 159 counties with assistance to our most vulnerable populations.”
“The Georgia Department of Human Services (DHS) delivers a wide range of human services designed to promote self-sufficiency, safety and well-being for all Georgians.”
“The Prevention Research Center is one of a network of academic research centers funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to achieve local and national health objectives focused on gaining knowledge about the best methodologies for solving the nation’s obstinate health problems.”
“Open Hand provides a comprehensive menu of evidence-based nutrition interventions designed to help primary care providers achieve measurably better patient outcomes and a lower cost of care.”
“Partners in Change pairs trained volunteer coaches with under-resourced adults desiring to assert greater control over circumstances and challenges holding them back.”
“Through United Way, communities tackle tough challenges and work with private, public, and nonprofit partners to boost education, economic solutions, and health resources. We help people make meaningful change, through charitable donations, volunteerism or public policy advocacy.”
The Urban League of Greater Atlanta is “a dedicated, person-to-person organization invested in the economic success of African Americans, coaching them to a better life.”