Given the current financial times, we want to provide as comprehensive a list as possible to different local and national assistance programs. Be sure to check back as this list will change as new programs are added.

Please note: Stonecreek Church provides this list as a convenience and has no direct affiliation with any agency on this list and cannot be held responsible for any of the advice or assistance provided. Stonecreek strongly encourages anyone who contacts any assistance program, whether on this list or otherwise to do a thorough investigation of the program and any claim the program makes.

Alcohol and Substance Abuse

www.aa.org  The official Web site of Alcoholics Anonymous.
NOTE: Stonecreek opens our doors each Monday, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., for both an AA and Al-Anon meeting.

www.atlantaaa.org  The Atlanta Central Office of AA, including a list of meeting schedules and more.

www.grscna.com  The Georgia Region Service Committee of Narcotics Anonymous

www.ga-al-anon.org The Georgia support site for Al-Anon and Alateen Groups

 

Caregiver Assistance

www.strengthforcaring.com  Resources and expert advice for caregivers.

www.caringtoday.com   Practical advice for the family caregiver.

www.rosalynncarter.org  Resources and links to other caring Web sites. 

www.stjosephsatlanta.org  Support groups for and programs for caregivers and patients. 

www.atlantaregional.com  Resources and programs from Atlanta's Area Agency on Aging 

View tips for preventing Caregiver Burnout. 

 

Financial Assistance & Credit Resources

www.crown.org  Free, online or in person help with financial questions and budget needs.

www.crown.org/Tools/Calculators  Helpful calculators and budgeting tools.

www.nfcchelp.org  Year-round needs-based assistance to residents in North Fulton County.

www.theplaceofforsyth.com Year-round needs-based assistance to residents in Forsyth County.

www.mustministries.org  Year-round needs-based assistance to residents in Cherokee County, Marietta and Smyrna.

www.cccsatl.org  Debt management and credit counseling services. 

 

If you live in the United States and need someone to help you with an in-depth evaluation of your income, spending, debt, saving, and giving, you can meet with a trained Volunteer Money Map Coach in your area at no charge. Crown's trained Volunteer Money Map Coaches work with couples and individuals, helping them develop a personal spending plan, apply Biblical principles of stewardship, build a plan to get out of debt and achieve spiritual and financial freedom. Learn more.

 

General Family Support

www.nfcchelp.org  Year-round needs-based assistance to residents in North Fulton County.

www.theplaceofforsyth.com Year-round needs-based assistance to residents in Forsyth County. 

www.mustministries.org  Year-round needs-based assistance to residents in Cherokee County, Marietta and Smyrna.

www.unitedwayatlanta.org  Year-round needs-based assistance and directory of programs. 

www.cherokeega.com  Assistance programs for adults living in Cherokee County. 

 

Legal Advocacy Resources

www.atlantalegalaid.org  Legal and advocacy resources for Georgia residents.

 

Meals Assistance

www.mealcall.org  Meals On Wheels assistance to Georgia residents.

www.angelfoodministries.com  Reduced cost grocery items for families in need.

 

Medical Benefits Assistance

www.healthwellfoundation.org  Monetary assistance for a specific range of prescriptions

www.patientadvocate.org  Assistance programs for a variety of life stages, illnesses and financial situations.

www.peachcare.org  Health benefit assistance for children in Georgia.

 

Utility Expense Assistance

www.nfcchelp.org  Year-round needs-based assistance to residents in North Fulton County.

www.theplaceofforsyth.com Year-round needs-based assistance to residents in Forsyth County.

www.mustministries.org  Year-round needs-based assistance to residents in Cherokee County, Marietta and Smyrna.