Community Resources

community resources

Take a look at the community resources below. You will find resources on utility bills, food pantries, and much more in our greater Savannah community. 

Saving on Utilities

Online Energy Checkup
Use your power bills to give yourself a customized report on your energy use. You will better understand your energy use, find ways to save money, and it is quick and easy.

Budget Billing
Pay approximately the same amount each month, based on an average of your previous 12 months’ electrical usage. Live in South Carolina?

Weatherization Assistance Program
Weatherization means to make our home more energy-efficient. The purpose of these programs is to make energy-related repairs for free in income-eligible households. Both Georgia and South Carolina have these programs.

In Our Community

America’s Second Harvest of Coastal Georgia serves as the food safety net.  Overall, it provides for tens of thousands of children, senior citizens, low-income families, and people with disabilities. Also, they bring food to those who at-risk for hunger throughout southeastern Georgia.

Economic Opportunity Authority empowers our citizens to achieve economic independence and a higher quality of life. 

Old Savannah City Mission serves as an emergency shelter. Further, they run a residential recovery/transition program, distribute meals to inner-city children, and provides food and clothing for families in crisis.

PeachCare for Kids offers free to low cost health insurance to uninsured, eligible children living in Georgia.  

Wesley Community Centers of Savannah, Inc. services include early childhood education. Also, they run a center for women, a food pantry, and a career clothing closet.

SNAP Assistance, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (formerly Food Stamps) is a nutrition program. Overall, it helps low-income families and individuals buy healthy food. 

Finally, to contact a counselor with the CCCS, click here.