Welcome to the SVdP Caseworker Resources Hub where you will find a compilation of programs and resources available in Georgia. Be sure to bookmark this page as we often add new resources to better help serve our neighbors in need.
- Our in-house Benefits Staff is available to provide assistance with screening/applying/renewing government benefits including SNAP, Medicaid, WIC, CAPS, and TANF. Email Benefits@svdpgeorgia.org to refer your neighbors in need and/or if you have any questions about the above benefits, you may also call (678) 892-6160.
CLOTHING & FURNITURE
DRUG & ALCOHOL TREATMENT
EMPLOYMENT & JOB TRAINING
FINANCIAL EDUCATION & TAXES
- Clearpoint Credit Counseling
- High Interest Loan Conversion Program
- Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA)
- SVdP GA Support Center Food Assistance Request Form
- SVdP GA Chamblee Saturday Food Pantry Appointment Booking
- SNAP Referral Form & Other SNAP Resources
- Georgia Landlord-Tenant Eviction
- New! Landlord Engagement Program
- Motel-to-Home Program
- Transitional Housing
- Atlanta Legal Aid (GA Legal Aid is for outside metro ATL)
Fulton (404) 524-5811 / DeKalb (404) 377-0701
- Georgia Community Service Boards (Behavioral health resources by county)
- Health Insurance Navigators (Georgian for a Healthy Future)
- Holy Family Mental Health Counseling Assistance
- Mercy Care
- Pharmacy Referral
- Pregnancy Aid Clinic
- Catholic Charities Resources – variety of services available including immigration, refugee resettlement, housing counseling, outpatient mental health counseling, marriage counseling, disaster preparedness and response, and more.
- Georgia Watch Resource Directory – Use this guide to explore avenues of advocacy and connect with organizations working in your community.
- Raising Highly Capable Kids Parenting Program – a 13-week evidence-based parenting program developed to build stronger families by empowering parents with the confidence, tools, and skills they need to raise healthy, caring, and responsible children.
- Resources by County
- SOAR (SSI/SSDI Outreach, Access, and Recovery) for Adults Orientation
- Statewide Community Resources
- Division of Aging Services – locate your local area agency that assists older individuals, at-risk adults, persons with disabilities, their families, and caregivers.
- Empowerline – resource for programs designed to help older Georgians or individuals with disabilities.
Metro Atlanta (404) 463-3333
- Senior Services within Metro Atlanta Counties
- About the T.R.O.O.P.S Program- a Homeless Veterans Reintegration Program
- T.R.O.O.P.S Brochure
- Agency Referral Form to T.R.O.O.P.S
- Veterans Housing Resources
- HOPE Atlanta, SSVP: Supportive Services for Veteran Families
Forms & Documents
Commonly Used Forms
Conference Intake Form (Online)
Check out Best Practices for new member resources by Conference.
ST. CATHERINE OF SIENA
We have a checklist type of document we hand out to new case workers but they must also ride along with an experienced case worker to observe and learn the process. If the conference is a new conference, then a nearby conference will be more then happy to have them ride along to get experience.
- Training and development descriptive document. It is given to new members to give them an overall view of the process and progression. However it is also meant for, and given to, existing members to convey to them the importance of their role in developing new members and the fact that by helping to develop new members they are performing a service to the Society and to the Conference.
- New Member Matrix. It is used primarily by the President to track the progression from prospective new members who have expressed an interest in joining through the training and development process for committed new members. Most of the columns are self-explanatory:
- Info. email — this is an email sent to those who have expressed interest in SVdP to introduce ourselves to them, welcome and encourage them to join, and give them a brief overview of who we are and what we do.
- Name Placard — name place card we use at our Conference meetings. It makes new people feel welcome and included right away.
- Attend Meetings / Home Visits — this is a qualitative tracker regarding whether they are attending meetings with some regularity and are going out on home visits as Secondaries. For example, if a prospective new member who has expressed interest isn’t attending meetings, that would indicate a need for a follow up contact. Or if a committed new member who wants to be a caseworker isn’t going out on home visits then that requires some attention also.
- Reg. SVdP — this is whether they have registered in the SVdP membership database.
Ozanam, etc. — these are the various training programs. For the CMS column, that should be split up into two columns, one to indicate that they have been entered into the CMS membership database with appropriate coding of role; and the second to track whether they have received CMS training.
- Handbook — indicates that they have received a Caseworker Handbook.
ST. JOHN NEUMANN
SAINT JUDE THE APOSTLE
Community Resource Brochure Template Word Document (Customize for your Conference)