‘Johnny’s Bridges to Hope’ program St. Joseph’s/ Candler offers the Johnny’s Bridges to Hope program for families that have a member that has been diagnosed with mental illness. In this program, a Licensed Master Social Worker is available to provide families with guidance and resources for dealing with a mentally ill family member including one-on-one and family counseling, maximizing a … Continue reading “St. Joseph’s/ Candler”
St. Joseph’s/Candler’s Johnny’s Bridges to Hope program offers a Support Group for Families Affected by Mental Illness on the last Wednesday of each month. Group meetings are held in the Lewis Cancer & Research Pavilion at 225 Candler Drive, directly across Reynolds Street from Candler Hospital. Licensed Master Social Worker will meet with families seeking support in dealing with a … Continue reading “Support Group for Families Affected by Mental Illness”
To better serve the needs of aspiring entrepreneurs and owners of existing businesses in our community, Savannah SCORE has expanded its free business mentoring hours. In addition to SCORE’s M-F 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM schedule, identical services are also available Thursdays from 4:00 to 6:00PM, Fridays at 8:00 AM and Saturdays from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM. The new … Continue reading “A New Service For Savannah’s Busy Business Community”
The Sol C. Johnson National Alumni Association meets every 4th Saturday at 2 pm at the WW Law Center 909 E. Bolton Street Savannah, GA. All classes are welcome to attend.
WRUU 107.5 is Connect Savannah’s “Best of Local Radio” and “Best of Local Talk Radio” 2019 winner! Our all-volunteer station seeks members of our community who have media/marketing, fundraising and other talents to keep us keep going strong. We are also accepting proposals for program hosts. For more information, visit www.wruu.org or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Notice is hereby given that the Mayor and Aldermen will hold a Work Session on Thursday, September 10, 2020 at 11:00 a.m. via ZOOM Video. The WORK SESSION BEGINS AT 11:00 a.m., THE AGENDA is as follows: Community Benefit Agreements Recreation Re-imagined Panhandling Discussion Canal District Master Plan Update The Regular City Council Meeting will be held following the Work … Continue reading “PUBLIC NOTICE Council Work Session”
Around the world, 800,000 people end their lives by suicide every year. That means one suicide every 40 seconds, making it one of the top 20 causes of death for people of all ages worldwide. Each suicide affects approximately 135 people – parents, children, siblings, partners, friends, coworkers, etc. That means 108 million people per year are profoundly impacted by … Continue reading “Coastal Harbor Health System Observes World Suicide Prevention Day”
Savannah Technical College will offer two virtual information sessions for homeschool families on September 24. The sessions will include information about general education and technical education (occupational) options for students through dual enrollment and after high school graduation. Parents will learn how Savannah Tech provides a complement to the homeschool foundation for students while in high school and beyond. STC … Continue reading “Savannah Technical College To Offer Virtual Information Sessions For Homeschool Families”
Paul W. Mosley, II has been elected as Teen President for the Savannah Teen Chapter of Jack and Jill of America, Incorporated. He has been a member of Jack and Jill of America, Inc. for 14 years. Recently, Paul represented the Savannah Teen Chapter in the 2020 Statewide Oratorical Competition, 2019 On the Hill Summit in Washington, DC where he … Continue reading “Jack and Jill of America, Inc., Elected Paul W. Mosley, II as Teen President”
Robert Cohen was born on July 9, 1982 and although he was diagnosed with cerebral palsy only a year later, he never let that stop him from achieving his goals. Cohen is a native of Savannah, Georgia. He was educated in Chatham County Public Schools and received his high school diploma in 2001. He continued his education at Savannah State … Continue reading “Keeping Up With Robert Cohen”