Housing and supportive services for homeless veterans, families, and individuals
Caf 458-lunch offered, case management, Career Works-employment readiness program, Veterans Employment Assistant Programs
Counseling, support, community outreach, referrals for Veterans and their families.
Transitional housing for Veterans, substance abuse users inrecovery, and exoffenders
Intensive Outpatient Program and Traditional Outpatient Program includes Psychotherapy, Medication, stress management skills, sleep training, and family sessions
24/7 operation. Assessment for a bed Mon-Fri at 7:00 A.M. If not there by 7:00 A.M. will have to return the next day. No children or families, single males only. Women can use showers, Clothing Closet, Clinic and Dept. of Labor services. Gateway no longer has a Path Team. United Way Path Team is being utilized and Mercy Care for Mental Heath services.
Transitional Housing for female homeless veterans
Education, training, benefits assistance, two nursing homes in Georgia. Georgia needs to be home of record as shown on DD-214 or proof that individual has lived in Georgia continuously for the last 5 years, provides free ID or Driver’s License
Emergency Shelter/Lodging Program, Transitional Housing Program, Reunification, Region wide Outreach Program, First MonthÕs Rent Program, Homelessness Prevention Program, Domestic Violence Program, HIV/AIDS Program, Eviction Prevention, Permanent Supportive Housing for Persons with Disabilities, Housing for Chronically Homeless, Support Services for Veterans Families, Airport Meet and Greet Services
Residential, intensive outpatient and day substance abuse treatment. Emergency, transitional,and community housing for women and children.
Case management to provide housing, employment and supportive services to Veterans and families.
For veterans or people concerned about one.
Mental health services, case management, housing, supportive services, employment assistance