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Changing the Way Georgia Does Foster Care
FaithBridge Foster Care is a nonprofit organization dedicated to mobilizing, organizing and equipping local churches to solve their community's foster care crisis.
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Georgia AMCP : Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy
The mission of the Georgia Affiliate of the Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy (GA-AMCP) is to foster the growth of managed care pharmacy practice in Georgia and to provide an organization where AMCP members in Georgia can discuss the common goal of providing innovative, high quality and cost-effective health care while improving the quality of life and patient outcomes within the communities we serve.
Legislative Focus: Increase "grassroots...
The United Methodist Children’s Home | Learn more about ...
The need for foster families is great. In Georgia alone, over 13,000�children are in the foster care system and that number is growing. At least 30 times a week, The Children's Home has to say "No" to children in need because we do not have enough loving, compassionate and nurturing foster families for them.� Children escaping abusive or neglectful situations need a safe place to live and be...
SB 375, "Keeping Faith in Adoption and Foster Care Act ...
So far the Georgia General Assembly passed an adoption overhaul bill without religious freedom protection for faith based adoption and foster care agencies. This past week a new bill was heard in a subcommittee of the Senate Judiciary that added religious freedom protection for faith based adoption and foster care agencies.
The bill, known as SB 375 "Keeping Faith in Adoption and Foster Care...
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Trap-neuter-return - Wikipedia
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The earliest documented practice of trap-neuter-return was in the 1950s, led by animal activist Ruth Plant in the U.K.  :2 In the mid-1960s, former model Celia Hammond gained publicity for her TNR work  :2 "at a time when euthanasia of feral cats was considered the only option".  Hammond "fought many battles with local authorities, hospitals, environmental health...
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