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DFCS Kinship Navigator Program

The Kinship Navigator Program has 15 kinship navigators that are located statewide. The kinship navigators assist kinship families in identifying and locating resources within their local community. The program’s overarching goal is to close the gaps and/or delays with service delivery to kinship caregivers. DHS focuses on providing a responsive strength-based supportive role to our kinship families.

2018 Contact for Hall and Dawson Counties: Ellen Dillinger, DFCS Kinship Navigator. ellen.dillinger@dhs.ga.gov Cell: (762) 210-9589.

Website: https://dhs.georgia.gov/kinship-navigator-program 

Download the referral form below and submit to Ms. Dillinger to get your families connected to services.

2019 Statistics for Hall-Dawson CASA Program

  • Children Helped

    409

  • Volunteers Per Day

    105

  • Children Waiting for Help

    110

  • Children in Foster Care

    519

  • Volunteer Hours Given

    10,185

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