Georgia Radio Reading Service
Partner Organizations

Atlanta Community Food Bank: ACFB supports a wide range of people in need, from children to the working poor. Food pantries, community kitchens, childcare centers, night shelters and senior centers are among the agencies that receive product from the Food Bank and provide food and other critical resources for low-income Georgians who suffer from hunger and food insecurity. The Food Bank also operates several community projects to aid our agencies in community building, technical assistance and advocacy efforts.

Atlanta Prosperity Campaign: (APC) was created as an initiative of the Atlanta Community Food Bank to connect working families and individuals to money-saving programs and existing benefits which will help them build and save for a brighter financial future.

Auditory Verbal Center: The Auditory Verbal Center in Atlanta is an exclusive provider of Auditory-Verbal therapy, which teaches mild to profoundly deaf children how to hear and speak without the use of sign-language or lip reading. They are also a provider of a full range of audiology services for people of all ages. Highly-trained specialists can offer service, consultation or referrals on a vast variety of issues concerning auditory-verbal therapy, cochlear implants, hearing aids and a host of other hearing impaired resources. Auditory Verbal has spent over 30 years providing a family-centered and holistic approach to supporting and improving the lives of the hearing impaired.

Center for Visually Impaired (CVI): The Center for the Visually Impaired is Georgia's largest comprehensive, fully accredited, private facility providing rehabilitation services for individuals of all ages who are blind or visually impaired. Since 1962, the Center has grown to serve as a model of innovative services for people who have a wide range of vision impairments from low vision to total blindness. The mission of the Center for the Visually Impaired is to offer comprehensive services to promote independence with dignity and the preservation of self worth for individuals of all ages who are blind or visually impaired.

The Center for Financial Independence & Innovation, Inc.: CFII is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping individuals with disabilities and their family members advance their financial independence and security. We achieve this mission through strategic partnerships and programs designed to improve the financial self-sufficiency of Georgians with disabilities.

disABILITYLINK: disABILITYLINK believes that people with disabilities have the right to be independent, make decisions for themselves, have access to their community, and to achieve goals in life like any other individual. disABILITY LINK is committed to promoting the rights of all people with disabilities.

Disability Resource Group: DRG works to bring about full inclusion of all Georgians with disabilities, in all aspects of the community.

Fulton County District Attorney’s Office: The Community Prosecution Program is a grassroots community-centered prosecution program of the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office that focuses on the individual needs of communities, coupled with law enforcement efforts of the prosecutor’s office.

Marriott Foundation Bridges from school to work: Bridges develops and supports mutually beneficial job placements to meet the workforce needs of local employers and the vocational goals of young people. The Marriott Foundation for People with Disabilities was established in 1989 by the family of J. Willard and Alice S. Marriott to enhance employment opportunities for young people with disabilities.

Queen of Hearts Foundation:  The mission of the Queen of Hearts Foundation® is to empower women regarding their heart health through awareness, education and information.  Implementation of these three principles will help women of all ages save their lives through early awareness and detection, understanding their heart history, impact of lifestyle choices and knowledge of overall heart health.

ThisAbled (a Disability Owned and Operated Company): is built on the concept that in order for people with disabilities to be free they have to be politically and economically empowered. ThisAbled is an online entity with a simple goal of helping people with disability.

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Georgia Radio Reading Service, Inc. (GaRRS)
260 14th Street, NW
Atlanta, GA, 30318
(404) 685-2820 / (800) 672-6173 (toll free)


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