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History of the Center

The Center for Community Studies opened in July 1993 with funding from a local foundation. The initial idea for the Center developed out of a brainstorming session held at the former Georgia Academy in 1992. In our second decade of operation, the Center continues to provide high quality services to all of our clients.

"Troup Family Connection Authority (TFCA) has been very fortunate to have the Center for Community Studies as a steadfast collaborative partner and a highly professional evaluation provider for the past several years. Because of this dependable relationship and competent guidance from the Center for Community Studies, the TFCA was awarded a Family Connection Partnership Strategy Evaluation Incentive Grant, one of only nine awarded statewide. Consequently, the bar for evaluation and collaboration has been raised to a higher and exciting new level in Troup County resulting in new TFCA partners, very useful and productive evaluation data and markedly improved program outcomes."

 Jack Eatman, Executive Director
Troup Family Connection Authority