Gwinnett County BOC approves funding for OneStop 4 Help tracking system

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OneStop 4 Help is a service that offers emergency assistance to help those facing hunger, health issues, hous­ing insecurity, and other challenges. Currently, residents can reach out to community navigators through email, phone calls, in-person visits, and an online form.

The Board of Commissioners recently approved funding for a new technical solution that will streamline the experience for residents and enhance communication with providers, ensuring accountability and efficient use of resources.

This $161,250 contract is funded by the American Res­cue Plan Act. For more information about OneStop 4 Help, visit

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