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Featured Georgia Resources

Financial & Vocational

The five unique programs of Rehabilitation Services have a singular purpose – to help ensure that people with disabilities can reach their potential through independence and employment.   Learn More

The Brain and Spinal Injury Trust Fund Commission enhances the lives of Georgians with acquired traumatic brain and spinal cord injuries. The trust fund is available for a variety of needs.     Link to their Web site

A free and confidental service to aide individuals who receive SSI, SSDI or both and who are or who may be considering work. They aid individuals to better understand Federal and State work incentives and the interrelationship of these programs when considering their options in reaching their vocational potential.     Link to their Web site

If you are a veteran and considering farming, the Farmer Veteran Coalition is there to help. They work with veterans in the food and farming community in 47 states, to provide farming education and veteran assistance to those in need.      Link to their Web site

 

Business and Financial Planning
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Their mission is to work with children ages 14 to 18 in a School to Work program and working age adults ages 18 to 65 who receive SSI, SSDI or both and who are or who may be considering work to better understand Federal and State work incentives and the interrelationship of these programs when considering their options in reaching their vocational potential.     Link to their Web site

The SBDC assists existing and prospective business owners to start or grow a business by offering a wide variety of training, providing one-on-one consulting, conducting economic development related market research, and providing technical assistance. The SBDC also offers expertise in international trade and specialty programs and consulting for minority entrepreneurs. Working with a SBDC consultant improves chances for success. For more information, contact your local SBDC. Link to their Web site

 


How We Can Help
  

Farm Again staff can assist you with identifying and working with agencies that best suit your individual needs. Please contact us for more information. Our services are free to farmers and ranchers employed in production agriculture with chronic health problems or disabilities.