GED morning classes have resumed!  Mondays and Wednesdays from 9-12.

What We Offer

GED Tutoring
Employment and leadership training (Women of Worth)
Special-needs therapy for children (Exceptional Circles) now has a “sensory room” for more development opportunities
Date nights for caregivers of special-needs children (Kids Night In) are temporarily suspended due to COVID-19
Drug and alcohol recovery, pornography addiction recovery, co-dependency recovery (Free Tuesdays)
Pantry items for Maxwell House and Freedom Path (The Pantry)Needed items for discounted prices to help boost the self esteem and the dignity of the  clients of Maxwell House and veterans from Freedom’s Path – (Pathways)

All of our programs are free and are open to anyone in our community who is ready to take the next step in improving his/her life.

Mission Statement: Building lives and breaking cycles through Jesus

The Mosaic Center helps build lives and break destructive cycles of those living in crisis or chronically difficult and chaotic situations by offering individualized and customized training and support in the areas of adult education and employment, special-needs children, and addiction and recovery. 

We are focused on breaking spiritual, financial, and relational barriers to transformation – reaching single moms, individuals looking to improve their educational and employment situation, and families with special-needs children needing support and encouragement.

We believe that recovery and growth happen in community and being known and seen is essential.

Mosaic Center Georgia

But we’re not done yet. We need your help. Volunteer today.

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The Mosaic Center builds lives and breaks cycles by helping individuals eliminate the educational, financial, relational, and spiritual barriers to lasting transformation.

The Pantry/Pathways

The Pantry/Pathways provides a closed pantry and low cost essentials to assist the residents of Maxwell House and veterans of Freedom Path in their on-going nourishment and supply needs. Bags and Hugs are always looking for volunteers to sort, distribute, and contribute to this cause. 

Items that are much in need are as follows:

  1. Oatmeal (individual packets)
    Grits (individual packets)
    Instant Potatoes (small boxes or packets)
    Gravy (dry mix or small jars)
    Rice (1 lb bags)
    Pasta (1 lb boxes spaghetti or macaroni)
    Spaghetti sauce (Canned or 24 oz jars)
    Canned Beefaroni or Spaghetti
    Canned Chili
    Baked Beans
    Chunky Soups
    Canned Beef Stew
    Canned Hash
    Canned Meats (chicken, tuna, salmon)
    Canned Fruit (peaches, pears, pineapple – 15 oz cans)
    Mac & Cheese
    Peanut Butter (small jars)
    Jelly (squeezable or small jars)
    Ramen Noodles (chicken or beef)
    Pop Tarts
    Ritz or Saltine Crackers (single size – not family size, please)

Contact Linda Cutliffe at 706-650-9187 for more details.