This agency provides a transitional housing program for women who are pregnant with no other children in their custody.
This agency provides acute medical services.
This agency provides a 3-12 month transitional living program that offers homeless children (and their moms) free room and board while providing individual “life skills” training with all the resources needed to begin an independent life journey.
This agency provides acute medical care to homeless and medically underserved individuals and families in Metropolitan Atlanta.
This agency offers medical care, life skill classes, child care, meals, clothing and transportation.
This organization operates a community shelter, a cold weather shelter, a day shelter, a clothing closet, job search and a soup kitchen.
This agency offers a shelter for adult homeless couples during winter time.
The family housing program provides shelter and intensive case management for single parents with children up to one year. All participants must leave each weekday morning at 7:00 am and each weekend afternoon at 1:00 pm. Clients receive a private or semi-private room based on space availability. All rooms are furnished and larger family rooms have private bathrooms. Each family member receives two meals per day.
The emergency housing program provides shelter for single adult males and females up to seven days once per calendar year. This is a night shelter program only where all participants must leave each weekday morning at 7:00 am and each weekend morning at 8:00 am. Clients will receive a bed, locker and two meals per day. They also provide a cold weather shelter during the winter 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.