Clayton Collaborative Authority (CCA) is a quasi-governmental body established in 1997 by Georgia Senate Bill 355 to benefit people living in Clayton County.
Our member organizations have deep roots in Clayton County. We know where the gaps in service are and how to avoid them. We are equipped to strengthen children and families in Clayton county.
Along with our five member organizations, we connect families with a network of nearly 50 reputable, local agencies. We navigate families through those agencies, successfully moving them toward safety, permanency and well-being.
Working jointly with the Family Connection Partnership, we are implementing a vision for community-based support, decision-making, and accountability. The Collaborative is composed of concerned citizens from every sector–including government, business, academia, and the nonprofit world.