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Address: 500 S. Columbia Dr. Decatur GA 30030
County: Dekalb County
Website: http://www.umchildrenshome.org
Phone Number: (404) 327-5820
Service Type:

• Transitional Housing/Shelter for Homeless Families

Service Description:

This organization offers short term housing for homeless families with children 17 years of age and younger, a foster home for dependent children and supervised living for older adults.

Address: P.O. Box 527 Buford, GA 30515
County: Gwinnett County
Website: http://www.homeofhopegcs.org
Phone Number: (678) 546-8770
Service Type:

• Families Headed by Mothers
• Transitional Housing/Shelter for Former Foster Children
• Transitional Housing/Shelter for Single Parent

Service Description:

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.

Address: 2695 Buford Hwy., NE Ste. 200 Atlanta GA 30324
County: Fulton County
Website: http://www.gradyhealthsystem.org
Phone Number: (404) 616-6999
Service Type:

• Community Clinics

Service Description:

This agency provides acute medical services.

Georgia Department of Human Services/Division of Family and Children Services DFCS
Address: 2 Peachtree St., NW Ste. 19-248 Atlanta GA 30303
County: Fulton County
Phone Number: (404) 657-3433
Service Type:

• Fayette County General Clothing Provision

Service Description:

This agency is responsible for Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), food stamp benefits, adoption placement, This agency is responsible for care expenses, family reunification, foster home placement, GAIN programs Medicaid applications, clothing closet, homemaker assistance, prescription expense and rental assistance.

Community Advanced Practice Nurses, Inc. Clinic for Homeless Women/Children (Genesis Shelter)
Address: 173 Blvd., NE Atlanta GA 30312
County: Fulton County
Phone Number: (404) 658-1500
Service Type:

• Community Clinics
• Physical Health Programs

Service Description:

This agency provides acute medical care to homeless and medically underserved individuals and families in Metropolitan Atlanta.

Atlanta Day Shelter for Women and Children
Address: 655 Ethel St., NW Atlanta GA 30318
County: Fulton County
Phone Number: (404) 876-2894
Service Type:

• Bathing Facilities
• Community Clinics
• General Clothing Provision
• Local Transit Fare

Service Description:

This agency offers medical care, life skill classes, child care, meals, clothing and transportation.

Address: P.O. Box 737 Dallas GA 30132
County: Paulding County
Website: http://www.shepherdsrestministries.org
Phone Number: (770) 443-5213
Service Type:

• Domestic Violence Shelters

Service Description:

This is a safe haven for women and their children escaping abusive situations that provides legal advocacy, case management, domestic violence hotlines, shelters and stalking/harassment orders.

Address: 797 Roswell St. Marietta GA 30060
County: Cobb County
Website: http://www.shelteringgrace.org
Phone Number: (678) 337-7858
Service Type:

• Transitional Housing/Shelter for Pregnant Single Women

Service Description:

This agency provides a transitional housing program for women who are pregnant with no other children in their custody.

Address: 2090 N. Druid Hills Rd. Atlanta GA 30329
County: Dekalb County
Website: http://www.salvationarmyatlanta.org
Phone Number: (404) 486-2800
Service Type:

• Family Housing Program
• Food Pantries
• Rent Assistance
• Transitional Housing/Shelter - Single Parent Families
• Transitional Housing/Shelter - Single Parent Families
• Utilities Assistance

Service Description:

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.