Volume 3 | October 2020
Hall County Resource Update
Dear Hall County Providers, We hope this newsletter finds you doing well. It has been an unpredictable and trying few months since March. Since we have all been so isolated, United Way of Hall County and Gainesville Housing Authority decided to start this newsletter in hopes that we can keep each other up to date on the resources currently being provided in Hall County. We will highlight 2-3 agencies each week. This information is being provided to us by the survey that went out earlier in September. If you missed the survey and would like to complete it. please contact Teigha Snowden at UWHC, tsnowden@unitedwayhallcounty.org. Thank you and stay well. 
Georgia Legal Services is hosting one hour webinar to teach advocates how to fill out the CDC Affidavit to ensure that survivors or any people facing homelessness do not face eviction, at minimum through the end of 2020. 
Register now at: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_2wRiMxBaTcmuudlEuTyfSA
SISU Integrated Early Learning
We are open Monday-Friday from 6:30 am to 5:15 pm. We currently serve children ages 6 weeks to 6 years old with Early Intervention Services, therapy and nursing.  Sisu does provide scholarships for students who qualify for assistance.  Sisu has a social worker that aids families with resources and support services. 
Bob Nolan bnolan@mysisu.org, 770-535-8372 ext 104
United Way Of Hall County Facebook
One Hall United Against Poverty has started ack and is meeting via Zoom. Please contact tsnowden@unitedwayhallcounty.org to get involved.
One Hall Education: 2nd Thursday at 9 am
One Hall Mental & Behavioral Health: 3rd Wed at 8:30 am
One Hall Financial Stability: 3rd Wednesday at 2 pm
One Hall Health: 4th Wednesday at 8:30 am

Follow United Way of Hall County's Facebook page to see the post about the latest news from our One Hall groups.