Bryan County Family Connection Programs

Bryan County Family Connection Programs, Supports, and Services

  • Bryan County Juvenile Diversion Program: A program for first-time juvenile offenders.  This program provides intensive Case Management to offenders with misdemeanor offenses. 3.8% Recidivism Rate.
  •  Richmond Hill Teen Center:  BCFC is the County Department that oversees the RH Teen Center at the Jacob Grant Community Center on Ballpark Road. The only after-school program for teens in the County. Provide programming, homework help, snacks, and alternative  recreation for teens ages 13-18. Volunteer opportunities available.   
  •  Bryan County Children’s Fund:  Provide Christmas gifts for at-risk and low income families in Bryan County. Provided gifts for over 600 children in 2015.  Volunteer Opportunities available. 
  • Special Field Day: FC partners with the Bryan BOE to provide Bryan County’s version of Special Olympics. Special Field Day is held in the Spring at the Recreation Gym in Richmond Hill and Ellabell. Around 100 Special Needs Children participate in competitive activities.  Volunteer Opportunities available. 
  • Bryan County Project Lifesaver: In collaboration with Bryan County Sheriff’s Department—Search and Rescue program for Alzheimer patients, Autistic children, –anyone who tends to wander. FC serves as the Program Administration.
  • Summer Lunch Program: Provides Bryan County Children in identified areas with free lunch during the summer months. Federally funded program through state agency Bright from the Start. FC oversees the program. Volunteer opportunities available.