Please join us for the 2nd Annual Book Character Boogie 5K/1 Mile Fun Run/Walk to benefit programs and services for children and families of Tallatoona CAP, Inc. The race will be held on SUNDAY, November 8, 2020 at Ridge Ferry Park in Rome, GA. Dress up as your favorite book character! There will be a costume contest with prizes awarded!
Beginning November 2, 2020, Tallatoona will begin accepting appointments for the LIHEAP heating assistance program for senior households 65 and older. The general public may begin scheduling appointments December 1, 2020. More Information
Due to the ongoing situation with the Coronavirus (Covid – 19), Tallatoona will close all of its facilities indefinitely and do our our part to protect our staff and constituents from the spread of the virus.
In the meantime, if you need to reach any of our programs please note that we are are open during normal business hours to respond to your request via telephone. However, due to the call volume you may reach our voicemail but know we will respond to your request as soon as possible.
Continue to check our website for ongoing updates.
Thank you in advance for your patience.
R. Scott Gray,
Executive Director Tallatoona Community Action Partnership
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Head Start & Early Head Start
High-quality early childhood education is the foundation for healthy development and academic success. Head Start programs– offered at Tallatoona from the beginning–promote school readiness, a love for reading and learning, health and nutrition, and social development. Our six Head Start Centers provide more than 600 students per year with a preschool education.
Our Impact in 2016
Of children scored at or above testing standards
Of parents completed family goal assessment
Staff Training Hours
PATHWAYS TO EMPOWERMENT
Jobs & Stability
Our family engagement center serves and strengthens the entire family. Families receive the tools to succeed–education, career pathways, job training, and life skills development. They are empowered to achieve economic independence and security.
Our Impact in 2016
Weatherization & Energy Assistance
Safety net programs help the most vulnerable among us. Low-income seniors and families receive help with energy costs, along with energy efficiency education. Some permanently reduce their energy bills by making their homes more energy efficient.
Our impact in 2016
Earned in wages from job placements
People earned GED's and/or career credentials
employed and/or receiving some income remain in poverty
homes have senior, disabled or homebound person
Households received energy assistance