Parent Organization
Kennesaw State University CARE Services
  • Mission

    Kennesaw State University's CARE Services' mission is to develop a social justice model which provides a comprehensive response eradicating the struggle of homelessness, food insecurity and/or any negative impact from being in foster care for any college student by fostering emotional well-being, access to nutrition and financial sustainability thereby improving their ability to obtain academic success.

  • imgEXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

    Marcy Stidum

  • imgWEBSITE

    http://care.kennesaw.edu

  • imgEMAIL

    careservices@kennesaw.edu

  • imgPHONE

    470-578-5260

  • imgLOCATION

    University College Building, MD 2405, Kennesaw, GA , 30144.

Categories

  • Food Insecurity Prevention & Nutrition
  • Homelessness and Poverty
  • Human Services
  • COVID-19 Response
  • Food - School Age Children
  • Poor/Economically Disadvantaged
  • Homeless
  • Teenagers (14-19)

Additional Programs

PROGRAM 1
Homeless and at Risk Student Support
View Program
PROGRAM 2
Emergency Food Pantry
View Program


Organization Detail Kennesaw State University CARE Services
Food Insecurity Prevention & Nutrition Homelessness and Poverty Human Services COVID-19 Response Food - School Age Children
  • Marcy Stidum
  • care.kennesaw.edu
  • careservices@kennesaw.edu
  • 470-578-5260
  • University College Building, MD 2405, Kennesaw, GA , 30144.
PROGRAM 1
CARE Services
Kennesaw State University's CARE Services' mission is to develop a social justice model which provides a comprehensive response eradicating the struggle of homelessness, food insecurity and/or any negative impact from being in foster care for any college student by fostering emotional well-being, access to nutrition and financial sustainability thereby improving their ability to obtain academic success.
Programs
PROGRAM 1
Emergency Food Pantry
Walk-in pantry will be open but we ask that you email careservices@kennesaw.edu to receive instructions and current service information.
PROGRAM 2
Homeless and at Risk Student Support
The Campus Awareness, Resource & Empowerment (CARE) Services offers support to students who are dealing with: Homelessness, or are at-risk of being homeless, Food insecurity and/or Students previously or currently in foster care. In collaboration with various KSU departments such as Admissions, Financial Aid, Campus Housing, etc., CARE provides case management, access to the campus pantry, personal care items and assists in accessing temporary and/or permanent housing. Lastly, through EMBARK, CARE serves as the University System of Georgia Designated Single Point of Contact (DPOC) for homeless and foster care students.
PROGRAM 3
Emergency Food Pantry
Walk-in pantry will be open but we ask that you email careservices@kennesaw.edu to receive instructions and current service information.