Listing of Clayton County’s Athletic Associations with coordinator information.
Making Every Day Earth Day – Clayton County Community Information – Important Programs, Events and Contact Numbers
Comprehensive directory of Official Federal, State, and Local government and court links.
Find out the day’s top news and a variety of human interest stories in Clayton County.
The Clayton County Recycling Drop-Off Center accepts certain recyclable materials. For certain items your waste hauler may not pick up, please contact Refuse Control to arrange for pick up. This service is provided for a minimal charge to the residents located in the unincorporated area of Clayton County. For more information on recycling, please visit the Keep Clayton County Beautiful website.
Safe Teen Driving
The Safe America Foundation driving course consists of 30 hours of classroom instruction and six hours of private, individual, behind-the-wheel training. The 36-hour course has been certified by the state of Georgia, so graduates will receive the full benefits of having taking driver’s education.
How Addiction is Becoming a Risk for Seniors – If you or your loved one are battling substance abuse or addiction, this guide is for you. It also contains preventative measures that will help to keep seniors from ever succumbing to the evil clutches of addiction.
The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP Program) , one of the largest volunteer efforts in the nation, since 1971 has matched local problems with older Americans who are willing to help. RSVP projects link the skills of the volunteers with identified community needs. The volunteers determine how many hours a week they can serve. RSVP volunteers do not receive any stipend, but the RSVP project may reimburse them for certain out-of-pocket costs associated with their service activities.
This pamphlet briefly describes the usual initial proceedings. For each proceeding described, there is a standard form which the Court will provide to any person. It is recommended that you discuss matters of concern with an attorney who practices probate or estate law.
An information and referral service operated by United Way of Metropolitan Atlanta, Inc.. United Way of Metropolitan Atlanta, Inc. serves the counties of Butts, Cherokee, Clayton, Cobb, Coweta, DeKalb, Douglas, Fayette, Fulton, Gwinnett, Henry, Paulding and Rockdale.
Mental Health Resources
Georgia Crisis & Access Line – 1-800-715-4225
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline – 1-800-273-8255.
The Crisis Text Line – Text START to 741-741 about any type of crisis 24/7.
Alcoholics Anonymous in Georgia – Resource for finding in-person and virtual AA meetings throughout the state.
Clayton County Community Service Board – CARF accredited provider of substance abuse and mental health treatment with multiple locations throughout Clayton County. You can contact them at 1-844-438-2778.
Recovery in Georgia – Locally run independent addiction recovery resource that features treatment centers, support meetings, and prevention resources located throughout Georgia.
St Jude’s Recovery Center – Intown provider of free and low-cost treatment services. They are located at 139 Renaissance Pkwy NE, Atlanta, GA 30308. For admissions information, call them at 404-874-2224.
The Summit Wellness Group – Midtown Atlanta – Joint Commission Accredited drug rehab center located at 996 Huff Rd NW, Suite C, Atlanta, GA 30318. This family-run treatment program also features a host of helpful recovery support resources on its website and a 24/7 helpline at 678-705-8762.
Georgia Overdose Prevention Project – An advocacy organization that provides free naloxone kits to Georgians through the mail.
HarmReduction.org – Features harm reduction strategies and provides information to help people identify, respond, and prevent overdoses.
Opioid Overdose Rescue – Outlines 3 simple steps to save a life in the event of an opioid overdose. Includes helpful reference videos.
It is the mission of the Association County Commissioners of Georgia to enhance the role, stature and responsiveness of county government in Georgia. Since counties are the level of government closest to the people and serve all the people of the state, ACCG will promote the ability of Georgia counties to provide public services responsibly, efficiently and cost effectively through cooperative legislative action, education of public officials, provision of quality member services and technical assistance, and increasing public awareness of critical local government issues.
The Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC) is the regional planning and intergovernmental coordination agency for the 10-county area including Cherokee, Clayton, Cobb, DeKalb, Douglas, Fayette, Fulton, Gwinnett, Henry and Rockdale counties, as well as the City of Atlanta. For 60 years, ARC and its predecessor agencies have helped to focus the region’s leadership, attention and resources on key issues of regional consequence.
Created in 1997 by Senate Bill 355 as an instrumentality and political subdivision of the State of Georgia, is designed to achieve the following important goals for the benefit of children and families in the county: improved child health, improved child development, improved family functioning, improved school performance, and improved family economic capacity.
The Clayton County Chamber of Commerce, located at 2270 Mount Zion Road Jonesboro, Georgia, promotes the quality of life, southern charm, quality growth and pro-business attitude of the county. While business is booming and the airport has grown to be one of the busiest passenger airports in the world, the hometown atmosphere shines through. Opportunities exist in every facet of the county’s business, recreational and educational amenities.
Addresses needs and concerns of low-income families, the elderly, and the handicapped citizens of Clayton, Fayette and Henry Counties. The agency handles programs such as: Head Start, Child Development (day care), Weatherization and Energy, Transportation, and Legal Aid. Log on to Clayton County CSA’s website to learn more about their programs http://www.claytoncountycsa.org/.
Science.gov is a gateway to authoritative selected science information provided by U.S. Government agencies, including research and development results.
The Georgia General Assembly created the Georgia Greenspace Program during the 2000 legislative session by enacting Senate Bill 399 (codified as Official Code of Georgia Annotated Sec. 36-22-1 et seq.). The statute assigns responsibility for program administration to the Department of Natural Resources. The Clayton County Greenspace Program is monitored by the Greenspace Office of Parks and Recreation.
The National Association of Counties (NACo) was created in 1935 when county officials wanted to have a strong voice in the nation’s capital. More than six decades later, NACo continues to ensure that the nation’s 3066 counties are heard and understood in the White House and the halls of Congress. NACo’s membership totals more than 2,000 counties, representing over 80 percent of the nation’s population.
Online office including corporation, election, professional licensure, and securities information.
Instant access to Georgia government, online services, education and tourism.
USGS (U.S. Geological Survey) cooperates with other Federal, State, county, city, and natural-resources groups to study hydrologic situations, monitor surface- and ground-water resources, and to provide information to help solve water quantity and quality problems. The GWIN (Georgia Water Information Network) system is meant to allow both the citizen and government officials to investigate the water resources in their county.