The Opportunity Community model is a national movement designed to create the types of communities we all want to live in. Efforts focus on increasing the capacity of our Neighbors living in the crisis of poverty by pairing them with trained community volunteers, called Navigators, who facilitate access to resources and support for moving out and staying out of poverty. The Neighbor-Navigator connection is unique to each pair and can be as short as 6-12 months, or can create a lifetime friendship. For more information click HERE to see our one-page flyer.
Want to Become a Navigator?
If you would like to become a Navigator and assist someone living in the crisis of poverty, click here to complete the brief Navigator application.
Navigator training is scheduled in two-hour increments on October 28 and 29 at the Spalding County Extension 4-H Conference Center on Memorial Drive. Times to be announced.