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Will help the strong women raising strong children to

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will help the Strong Women Raising Strong Children to implement shelter services that this program offers with their Second Chance Homes Network program. The Second Chance Homes Network program allows for a network of homes throughout the state of Georgia to provide these vulnerable mothers with support to become self-sufficient parents (GCAPP, 2013). Strong Women Raising Strong Children organization's main priority is to give these women a second chance at being self-sufficient mothers to their children. The Georgia Campaign for Adolescent Power and Potential organization's program Second Chance Homes Network also can assist with counseling, educational incentives, and support (GCAPP, 2013). By partnering with GCAPP, they can provide their clients with services that are not offered in this program. These are services such as long-term life skills, nutrition programs, and long-term economic independence. These services will help these vulnerable mothers and children transition after receiving their high school diploma. The Georgia Department of Public Health will help the Strong Women Raising Strong Children's organization to implement their transportation programs with their flexible appointment options. Their flexible appointment options will allow Strong Women Raising Strong Children to work around the high school diploma classes that they offer. This program
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VULNERABLE MOTHERS AND CHILDREN 10 will be able to ensure that these women are receiving their credits as well as making their appointments. With Strong Women Raising Strong Children being a community organization, they do not offer medical services for these women. This is where the Georgia Department of Public Health comes into action. They will be able to provide services that they do not offer such as sexual transmitted disease screening, pregnancy testing, breast and cervical cancer screenings, and women's preventive health exams (Georgia Department of Public Health, 2018). Potential Funding Sources There are four potential funding sources for the Strong Women Raising Strong Children organization. They are the Office of Adolescent Health (OAH) Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program (TPP), McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Grants, Personal Responsibility Education Program (PREP), and Georgia Housing Trust Fund. The Office of Adolescent Health (OAH) Teen Pregnancy Prevention (TPP) program is a national, evidence-based program which funds many diverse organizations that work to prevent teen pregnancy in the United States (Office of Adolescent Health, 2016). The Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program is a federal funded program that requires a clear and concise project description that includes the background and needs, project approach and impact, capacity, partnerships, experience and project management (Office of Adolescent Health, 2016). The McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Grants are the largest federal government homeless assistance program. Eligible types of programs include
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