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HomeStretch guides working homeless families toward permanent housing and lasting stability.

We help families achieve:

Stable Finances

Stable Employment

Stable Families

Stable Housing

Who We Serve

To be eligible for the HomeStretch Supportive Housing programs, you must:

Be homeless or imminently homeless
Be employed full-time – documented with pay stubs showing at least 37.5 hours worked per week
Have custody of minor child(children) in residence
Have a connection to the greater north metro Atlanta area such as employment or school

How to Apply

If you, or someone you know, meets the above criteria, contact us for a confidential phone interview.

Email us using our contact form
Call 770-642-9185 Extension 112

Additional assistance may be available to you and your family from these organizations.

What to Expect

Confidential Application Process

If you are eligible for the HomeStretch Supportive Housing program, here’s what the process will look like:

Step 1:  Telephone interview with a staff social worker
Step 2:  In-person interview – a written application and a criminal background check will be required.
Step 3:  Acceptance – you will sign a program agreement that outlines participation requirements for regular    meetings with staff social workers and assigned mentors, and participation in LifeSkills classes. In addition, temporary housing will be provided, and a sliding scale rent will be determined. At move-in, you will pay a security deposit and pro-rated rent.

For additional information about HomeStretch go to their website.

Website Address
Phone Number
770-642-9185 Extension 112
89 Grove Way Roswell, GA
ZIP Code

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