A recent project by Georgia State University’s Adult Literacy Research Center (College of Education and Human Development), Center for Community Engagement (Perimeter), and Prevention Research Center measured barriers to health for refugees in Clarkston, GA. In addition to personal characteristics such as age and gender, refugees struggle to access resources to address social determinants, often not knowing where they are located or what services are available.

The following map provides an interactive look at resources available in the Clarkston community.

How to use the map

Zoom in and out and scroll using your mouse or the map controls in the top-left.

Search for specific resources by toggling the category filters on the right, or by using the search bar at the top.

View, filter, and export the data table by clicking the black and white arrow at the bottom of the map.

Updates and information

Don’t see your organization? Complete this form for each program site. The map is vetted and updated monthly.

Download a printer-friendly resource guide [PDF].

Please contact Iris Feinberg, Associate Director of GSU’s Adult Literacy Research Center (ifeinberg2@gsu.edu) with questions about the data.