Sponsorships Available! Contact us for details

Every year, Family Support Circle hosts an annual fundraising gala in order to raise funds for purposes pertaining to our youth excellence programs across Philadelphia, Georgia, and Haiti. This year, the funds being raised are to support The Gift of H.O.P.E. Project (Haiti Opportunities for Partners in Education) which is an ongoing effort  to build the FSC International School in Haiti which will provide a new school building for our youth in Haiti to educate children and youth from pre-k through high school.

This event also shows the importance of community support for Youth Programming and for those youth that are in need of sponsorship this summer in our Summer Enrichment Programs.

This event will take place at the Henry County Education Training Center  located at 109 South Lee Street, Stockbridge. The event includes a 3 course dinner and hors d’oeuvres, and silent auction with Henry County Commissioner Chair, June Wood as our guest speaker.

We would love to have you join us for a night of dinner, awards, music, and more!

Your support is greatly appreciated!


YEP-Sponsorship Summer Enrichment 2017 Application

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YEP-Sponsorship Summer Enrichment 2017 Application

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The Scholarship Center

Grades: 8th-12th

In partnership with The Scholarship Academy, FSC has created a new Scholarship Center to give students and parents an opportunity to search for funding to support their education.

Students receive an average of 15 or more hours to prepare and find funding for college, acquire valuable skills and tools that reduce debts and financial burdens after graduation, and develop writing skills to help create effective essays tailored for each scholarship package.

Students will be able to navigate through hundreds of Local, State, and Regional Funding Opportunities and obtain critical information to apply for colleges with the help and guidance from our FSC mentors.

Abstinence Education

Grades: 6th-8th

The W.A.I.T. (Why Am I Tempted) Training is an abstinence-only-until-marriage curriculum.

Provides five age-appropriate curricula that are known for being easy to use, dynamic, and engaging.

Video vignettes, real life case studies, role plays, interactive exercises, and small-group discussions are offered during this class that create a directed learning environment that encourages self-discovery.II

Insight Mentoring Alignment Program (iMAP)

Many young people do not have enough contact with caring adults. Mentoring is a positive response to this need. Family Support Circle, Inc. is coming up with some ways to engage our older High School students into helping them become positive role models to those who look up to them the most.

Family Support Circle, Inc. will be offering an opportunity for our after-school   participants to be paired up with a personal mentor who they can ask questions, meet with, engage in community projects, and look up to!

In iMAP, Our goal is to provide adolescents, youth, and young adults with mentors who can help build strong relationships in:

  • A group setting and individualized sessions
  • Set and maintain life goals
  • Be an overall POSITIVE role model to the younger generation!


Food Pantry

Family Support Circle, Inc. receives donations from local businesses to run our Food Pantry. It is opened year-round to the members of our community that are in need of assistance.

Cooking Matters Classes with Open Hand Atlanta

Family Support Circle, Inc. recently partnered with Open Hand Atlanta in providing our Community-Based Programs with Cooking Matters Classes.

The Cooking Matters Classes is a groundbreaking cooking-based nutrition education program that teaches low-income families how to prepare healthy, tasty meals on a limited budget. The six-week hands-on instruction is led by volunteer professional chefs and nutritionists.

Annual Holiday Toy Give-Away with Toys-R-Us

Every year, Family Support Circle partners with Toys-R-Us to provide low-income families with Christmas Gifts so that every child can have a blessed Christmas.

Financial Leadership Workshop with Wells Fargo Bank of Stockbridge

Every year, Family Support Circle partners with Wells Fargo Bank to provide the community with a free Financial Leadership Workshop. Wells Fargo Stockbridge Store Manager, Shomari Furtch, donates his time to talk to the families of the community  about Financial Responsibilities and the best way to build up and maintain credit scores.

In-Home Support Services

Family Support Circle, Inc. (FSC) provides In Home Support Services that help low-income families, seniors, and people with disabilities (including children) stay in their own homes instead of moving to a residential care facility.

In-Home Support Services, include light domestic help, assistance to and from medical appointments, companion care, meal preparation, laundry, grocery shopping, personal care (such as bathing, grooming, and paramedical care) and protective supervision.

Respite Care Services

Respite Care is a temporary relief care designed for families of children or adults with special needs to take a break.

Respite Care can range from a few hours of care on a one-time basis to extended care for a long period of time.

Behavioral Health Services

Includes, but not limited to:

Case Coordination-Client

Crisis Intervention and Support

Family and Community Support

Outreach Support

Peer Support

Training Resources

Call us for more details!

Community Access Program (CAP)

In order to help people achieve and maintain an optimal level of well-being, we proactively work with  the community on a variety of outreach initiatives that enhance the delivery of services.

The goal of our outreach support efforts is to:

  1. Empower and promote social relationships with others.
  2. Promote independent living and assist with community reintegration-daily outings of their choosing.
  3. Help people identify and use support systems within their local community to maintain meaningful lives-social and recreational activities.
  4. Provide Support to families at all times.
  5. Our Day Services allow individuals to remain active outside their home and develop social relationships with others. These day services also provide families and caregivers with time to pursue their own interests and activities.

Employment and Educational Support Services

FSC designs Supported Employment as an evidence-based, well-defined approach to helping people find and keep competitive employment within their communities.

Supported Employment is paid competitive employment in an integrated setting with ongoing support for individuals with the most severe disabilities.

Supported Employment provides assistance in the following areas: job coaching and job placement, assistance in interacting with employers, on-site assistive technology training, specialized job training, and individually tailored supervision.

These aspects engage our clients in Social, Vocational, and Life Successful Skills.

For Eligibility information, please call our location in your state.