place research-based information at your fingertips for the many facets of your life, including
food preservation, parenting, housing,
financial management, and healthy eating habits.
In addition to the information in this website, county agents and
specialists throughout the state are available to help you
and answer your questions, available by email or at 1-800-ASK-UGA1.
Extension Helps You With...
Handwashing has been shown to be one of the best ways to prevent the spread of disease, including infectious diseases such as flu and foodborne illnesses. Prevention of these diseases in a school environment reduces absenteeism and may help schools make Adequate Yearly Progress under No Child Left Behind. Prevention of these diseases may decrease lost time from work and lost wages for parents/guardians who must stay home with sick youth and potentially reduces medical expenses resulting in more money available for parents to spend in local businesses supporting the economy of the community and the state.
Interested in living a greener life? Find out how.
Lost your job? Your income has just dropped? Learn what to do next.
Worried about affording or losing your home? Take our housing education classes.
College of Family and Consumer Sciences county agents teach food managers and staff to prepare and serve food in a clean and safe environment.
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