Who We Are & What We Do
Help From Hattie is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization now operating in McDonough, Georgia. Our qualified, licensed professionals volunteer to provide essential supportive services that aim to improve the medical and nutritional needs of our most fragile populations.
Our mission is to eradicate preventable diseases and elevate the standard of living in marginalized communities by tackling the root causes of morbidity. We are resolute in our pursuit of health equity and unwavering in our fight against social injustice.
Our vision is to empower individuals from all walks of life to take charge of their health and well-being, breaking down barriers that hinder progress. We envision a society where everyone has equal opportunities to lead healthy and fulfilling lives.
Get to Know Us
At Help From Hattie, we address the feeling of hopelessness and replace it with empowerment. Our connection with the communities of Georgia affords us the ability to perform as advocates for those in need but lack the access. We work with health organizations to deliver services and goods to reach those who are most in need.
Help From Hattie is passionate about health equity, access to resources, and better health outcomes. By viewing community health with social determinants in mind, we can uncover the needs of the populations we serve realistically. This information helps us to develop interventions alongside those who are and will be impacted.
Shanise Ramdeo | Public Health Advocate &Wellness Educator
Shanise provides prevention education, community health screenings & mobile rapid testing, and links community members to services for mental and physical healthcare to foster engagement in care. Shanise is a licensed practitioner and community advocate for over 20 years.
Inez hosts workshops, classes and virtual meetings to deliver mental health support and engagement across communities. Inez specializes in grief counseling and has a background in spiritual wellness and inclusion.
Suni prepares colorful and meaningful expressions of compassion for the community through art. Suni hosts virtual art therapy classes to create a healthy outlet for certain traumas and mental health challenges. She leads the volunteer welcome program.
Community Referral Coordinator
Dash facilitates workshops to address educational gaps and reading comprehension. Dash also coordinates resources to provide transportation for those who need assistance. Dash has over 10 years of experience in vocational training and adult learning.