We understand that an unexpected event such as job loss, divorce or medical emergency can place people in difficult financial situations. Our direct services provide assistance for basic needs to stabilize families in crisis in an effort to prevent homelessness and hunger.
Help with rent is available to qualifying families once-in-a-lifetime so the family can remain in their current home.
Our on-site food pantry often has fresh produce and breads, plus other necessities like diapers, formula, and basic hygiene items.
CFR can assist with bus tickets so local individuals can obtain and maintain employment to support themselves and their families.
It is the policy of The Center for Family Resources to comply fully with all federal, state, and local nondiscrimination laws and to operate in accordance with the rules and regulations governing Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity in housing and employment. Specifically, The Center for Family Resources shall not on account of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, family status, disability or age deny any family or individual the opportunity to apply for or receive assistance under HUD Programs. An interpreter is available upon request to assist persons with Limited English Proficiency. Any requests for reasonable accommodation required by an individual to fully participate in any open meetings, programs, or activities of The Center for Family Resources should be directed in writing to: Carolyn Bridges, The Center for Family Resources, 400 Franklin Gateway SE, Suite 250, Marietta, GA 30067, CarolynBridges@TheCFR.org, Fax 770-423-2234.
The Center for Family Resources is a proud community partner of the following organizations: