Currently held monthly at two locations with lunch provided. Seniors will learn about different topics such as crime trends, scams and how to avoid becoming victims of crime as well as other useful information.
This has been such a huge success, we are currently looking for more locations.
Check the website for current dates and topics, also events listed on our Facebook page.
3rd Thursday of every month
3615 Reinhardt College Pkwy
Canton, GA 30114
William G. Long Senior Center
223 Arnold Mill Rd,
Woodstock, GA 30188
RSVP to Jan Masey 678-445-6518
Rescue & Restore (Phase I)
This program will assist Cherokee County first responders serving our senior citizens age 55 and older who are found to be homeless or in distress by providing emergency funds for temporary housing, meals and other immediate needs.
Rescue & Restore (Phase II)
This program provides $3,600 annually to Bethesda Community Clinic to assist seniors and veterans with necessary heath care assistance. These individuals might not otherwise receive medical assistance due to the lack of health care coverage, finances or distance related issues.
For more information on Bethesda, please visit their website.
File of life
Distributing this file to senior citizens that they complete with their latest medical information, such as allergies, medications, contact persons and more – all in one safe place. Recognized and endorsed by Cherokee County first responders.
Updated With Covid-19 Information
Elder Abuse Multidisciplinary Team
Providing funds for lunch at monthly meetings that promotes continued collaboration between the District Attorney’s office, the Georgia Division of Aging, Adult Protective Service staff members and Cherokee County Law Enforcement Agencies.
- Demensia Awareness Training For First Responders
- Partial Funding for drone equipment for Holly Springs Police
- Department Funding for smoke detectors for the hearing impaired
- Safety and Comfort – personal care items for seniors