Cobb County Government

Adopt-A-Stream Program (Watershed Stewardship Program)

The Cobb County Watershed Stewardship Program provides participants the opportunity to join others interested in learning about the watershed they live in. We offer a variety of programs designed to help people learn how to improve local water quality through hands-on activities appropriate for all ages. All of our public programs are free to participants.

For more information, call 770-528-8215 or visit the Watershed Stewardship Program page.

 

Volunteers 'Most Wanted' to help Sheriff

Cobb County Sheriff Neil Warren's Volunteers In Partnership program is looking for county residents to assist in Sheriff's Office day-to-day operations. If you are interested you must submit to a criminal background check and commit to a minimum of 6 hours a week for 26 weeks.

For more information, please call 770-499-4651.

Cobb County Juvenile Court's Court Appointed Special Advocate

A Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) is a trained community volunteer appointed by a Juvenile Court Judge to speak up for the best interest of an abused or neglected child involved in a juvenile court proceeding.

Cobb County Juvenile Court CASA is currently seeking volunteers for future training classes.

For more information, call Carlene Redmond at 770-528-2285.

Cobb County Juvenile Court Judicial - Citizen Panel Review

The Cobb County Juvenile Court's Judicial Citizen Panel Review Program is a dynamic, volunteer supported program, that is tasked with reviewing foster care cases. If you have a desire to extend a helping hand to Cobb County's desperate, maltreated children, can think analytically and enjoy working with a cohort of other volunteers, then you may be an ideal candidate.

For more information, call Michael Figueras at 770-528-2284 or michael.figueras@cobbcounty.org.

Meals On Wheels

E-Donations to Meals on Wheels
Seniors Website

Through the Meals on Wheels program, Cobb County provides a nutritionally balanced meal to qualifying homebound older adults within the county.  Some clients who are in greater need may qualify for additional meals for dinner or weekends.  Meals are delivered five days per week by our dedicated and trained volunteers to the client’s door.

SafePath Children's Advocacy Center, Inc.

Volunteer Inquiry Form

SafePath is a private, non-profit organization that offers a new way of serving abused and neglected children through a comprehensive approach to services for victims and their families.

SafePath is currently looking for individuals to assist with various volunteer opportunities. Training provided.

For further information, please call:
770-801-3465