Georgia CALLS Expands Program, Adds Shifts & Staff

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( — May 7, 2015) Buford, GA — Georgia CALLS, the Georgia Center For Abundant Living Life Skills, a unique 501(c)3 non-profit helping high-risk, returning citizens make a successful transition from incarceration back into society as business entrepreneurs, is growing.

Georgia CALLS, in partnership with the Governor’s Office of Transition, Support & Reentry, Georgia Department of Corrections and Phillips Transitional Center, is a powerful initiative that aims to dramatically reduce recidivism, boost economic growth, and create safer neighborhoods in Georgia.

In an effort to help as many state supervised individuals in the area as possible, the Georgia CALLS program has added two call center shifts and is recruiting 10 new participants who will serve as Customer Service Representatives at the Georgia CALLS onsite call center

Now Hiring

Georgia CALLS accepts referrals of formerly incarcerated and state supervised individuals looking to get their life back on track after incarceration. The program includes life skills training and paid call center employment. Every individual is thoroughly evaluated during intake. Potential participants must meet criteria.

Participating in Georgia CALLS is reserved for only the most motivated and determined individuals.

Qualified candidates may send their resume to Interviews will be held at their for-profit location, VoiceNation, located at 5089 Bristol Industrial Way, Suite C in Buford.

How it Works

Within the program, Georgia CALLS provides social services, which includes intensive case management and the implementation of TAP strategies; unrivaled and newly-developed job/life skills training; paid work experience at its inbound call center, created specifically for this initiative; and optional spiritual development to returning citizens who are seeking a life change.

Mark Mobley, Executive Director of Georgia CALLS explained, “The employment portion of the program is a huge benefit. One Georgia CALLS program participant stated that the job/life skills classes are the biggest part of her day when it comes to shaping her future.”

He continued, “Another participant mentioned that he was grateful for the program because it has kept him off the street. At Georgia CALLS, we make the commitment to equip each participant with the tools they need to achieve their individual goals and help them with their long-term career aspirations.”

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About Georgia CALLS

Georgia CALLS, Georgia Center For Abundant Living Life Skills, located in Buford, GA, is a 501(c)3 organization created to ease the transition from incarceration back into a productive, healthy routine in the community. This unique reentry initiative is a pioneering collaboration between non-profit, for profit and government entities working together for the common good of society. Georgia CALLS, a program in partnership with the Governor’s Office of Transition, Support & Reentry, the Georgia Department of Corrections and Phillips Transitional Center, is transforming mindsets, growing leaders & building entrepreneurs up, one life at a time. Utilizing a powerful combination of exclusive job/life skills training, paid work experience in the call center, intensive case management services, and optional discipleship classes, participants in the Georgia CALLS program learn to build strong character, explore their own entrepreneurial desires, and in turn give back to their own communities. Georgia CALLS works to make a last community impact by cultivating entrepreneurs and mentoring participants to be the CEOs of their lives.

Georgia CALLS

1705 Enterprise Drive
Buford, GA United States 30518