Assists individuals and families to move from homelessness to independence. Each program is designed to provide safe, secure, stable housing opportunities for veterans, families, and adults with chronic disabilities.
Housing and supportive services for homeless veterans, families, and individuals
Provide food, clothing, and shelter daily to homeless men. Each client is provided 21 days of temporary stay each month. Open at 4:30 P.M. We offer showers, clothing, snacks. They are instructed in Biblical principles, good work ethics, and job skills. They are also given counseling to help them learn to change how they respond to problems that previously brought them to the mission.
Women and children who are homeless. Atlanta Mission Women and Children services are provided at My Sister’s House, a 264 bed facility that offers overnight shelter and residential discipleship programs for homeless women and women and children.
For Men, Atlanta Mission’s The Potter’s House offers a long-term residential discipleship program to more than 180 addicted men.
For Men, The Shepherd’s Inn is our largest facility serving as many as 425 homeless men every day. The Shepherd’s Inn’s programs are designed to solve the problem of homelessness one person at a time. Our shelter programs may help a man secure a job, find a transitional housing solution or enter a recovery program to address life controlling issues that feed the cycle of homelessness.
Single Male Adults, Transitional type housing, beds for $10 per night, Homeless men trying to get jobs and work, must bring 2 forms of ID,
Housing and homelessness services
Transitional housing for Veterans, substance abuse users inrecovery, and exoffenders
Residential program for men experiencing homelessness and recovering from alcohol/substance abuse. Therapeutic formats, including: Group and Individual Counseling, Narcotic and Alcoholic Anonymous meetings, money management, medical evaluation, psychiatric, legal, dental and vision referrals.
Supportive services for the homeless. Provides assistance with obtaining a picture ID, birth certificate, SSDI, and mailing address, MARTA cards, employment readiness, and case management.
Provides emergency assistance with rent, mortgage, utilities, and food, as well as case management and financial education. Must be resident of Dekalb County. To request services, please contact DeKalb County Coordinated Entry by calling (404) 687-3500.
Help individuals overcome homelessness and unemployment
Salt Light Center -Temporary housing for homeless families with minor children. Individual cannot actively be fleeing Domestic Violence. Cannot have recently been release from Jail or a Psychiatric Hospital. 11 beds 1st come 1st serve. The Homeless Recovery program accepts families with children 18 or younger, must agree to drug test and back ground check. Must be willing to work, assist with finding housing and employment.
Temporary housing for homeless families with minor children, assistance with housing and employment. Must have a reliable vehicle., must agree to drug test and back ground check. Must be willing to work, assist with finding housing and employment.