This agency provides counseling, re-entry programs, employment assistance, mentoring, educational assistance, clothing, personal supplies, case management, workshops, web directories, counseling, life skills education and support groups for female ex-offenders.
This organization offers a transitional housing program for battered, ex-offender and homeless women. Minimum stay is 3 months.
This organization operates a monthly farmers market food cooperative every Friday from June to November, a clothing closet, ex-offender services, a notary and a transitional shelter is available for single males and females 21 years of age and above with a source of income.
Peace Baptist Church offers support groups in the following areas: Caregivers, Recovery, Divorce, Grief, Professional Counseling, Prayer, Prison.
Schedule: Tuesday - Friday (9:00 AM-5:00 PM)
Contact: Visit http://www.peacebaptistchurch.org/ for more information.
Peace Baptist Church is in need of volunteers for our food pantry program, Feed the Need.
Contact: Contact Sally V. Taylor-Terry at [email protected] for more information.
This organization provides supportive transitional housing to homeless veterans incarcerated (non-violent offenses) in Atlanta Jail System. The VIP program engages individuals while incarcerated to initiate case management services and develop re-entry plan that successfully reintegrates them back into the community. A commitment of 60 days is required by the City of Atlanta Community Courts.
This agency offers transitional housing for formerly incarcerated adults with income. In addition to housing, supportive services such as mental health counseling, employment readiness, relapse prevention, and