The Mission of the Turner Hill Community Development Corporation (Turner Hill CDC) is to provide our community with an organization that, through various programs, provides services which give, low-to moderate-income residents, living within Cobb County, the opportunity to stabilize their lives.
Turner Hill CDC currently has three distinct programs: The Young Family Resource Center, House of Grace, and the Harmony House Program.
The Young Family Community Resource Center
The Young Family Community Resource Center provides five essential services for teen parents: free childcare for teen parents working towards completion of their high school education, positive parenting education, social and recreational programs to improve coping skills and to increase self-esteem, health education, and mentoring. Through these services, young mothers have furthered their education and learned the skills to grow and develop into adulthood while gaining the skills to parent their children.
House of Grace
House of Grace provides transitional housing, for woman who have been victims of domestic violence, and housing for their children. The goal of the program is to empower these women, restoring self-sufficiency and self-esteem.
The Harmony House Program
The Harmony House Program provides housing and transitional support services to recently released, homeless ex-offenders as a means to reduce recidivism and to aid ex-offenders in becoming law-abiding, responsible, members of our community. The program provides ex-offenders with housing, counseling, life skills, referrals, mentoring and other targeted services to promote positive, long-term economic, social and psychological change.
Turner Hill CDC provides, advocates, volunteers, donors, and partners with the organization they require to restore communities - one individual, one family at a time.
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