Community Resources Directory

Dream Connect Directory lists local and national resources for homeless teens and young adults. The  map gives you the physical location of resources in  Atlanta’s metro area  communities.  Dream Connect also provide  App’s for storing and scanning important documents, plus other Apps’ to meet your needs.  The Google Map works on your mobile devices and is best used for finding resources near you. The ATLMaps layer works on your desktops and laptops and can be combined with thousands of other layers of information about the city.

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Address: 477 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta, GA
30308
Phone Number: 404-787-5826
Description:

This program provides funding and assistance to victims of human trafficking.  Available 24/7 and confidential

Live Chat available on the website. 

Phone Number: Program Contact: 1-888-373-7888 | TTY:711 | Text 233733
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Address: 2727 Bouldercrest Road, Atlanta, GA
30316
Description:

Lunch

Days and Times: Mondays-Saturdays 12:30PM-1:30PM

Phone Number: 404-622-9935
Description:

Helpline for Unaccompanied Alien Children or Sponsors

(800) 203-7001 | information@ORRNCC.com

 

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Address: 321 West Hill Street #3, Decatur, GA
30030
Phone Number: 404-588-9511
Description:

Free government benefit program

Website Address: https://qlinkwireless.com
Address: 3427 GA-120, Duluth, GA
30096
Description:

Individuals and Families

Ages: 18+

Phone Number: 770-497-1888
Address: 89 Ellis Street NE, Atlanta, GA
30303
Description:

Lunch and Dinner

Phone Number: 404-523-2221
Address: 4401A Connecticut Avenue NW, #145, Washington, DC
20008
Description:

“Our vision is that children and youth experiencing homelessness have full access to quality learning, birth through higher education, so that they will never be homeless as adults, and the next generation will never be homeless.” SchoolHouse Connection, 2019

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Address: 126 Highway 138, Riverdale, GA
30274
Description:

Is a non-profit advocacy 501(c)3 organization for the homeless and low to moderate income serving as a gate keeper for youth, adults, families, and veterans, and citizens.

Phone Number: 404-454-3554
Address: 600 Main Street, Atlanta, GA
30058
Phone Number: Men:678-231-4002 Women: 404-538-1361
Address: 236 Forsyth Street Suite 204, Atlanta, GA
30303
Phone Number: 678-921-2706
Address: 83 Walton Street Suite 300, Atlanta, GA 30303
Description:

Ages: 13-25

Phone Number: 800-365-4543
Description:

The Supplemental Security Income (SSI) program pays benefits to disabled adults and children who have limited income and resources. To be eligible for SSI benefits, a child must be either blind or disabled. To determine if you qualify for SSI use this link: https://www.ssa.gov/ssi/text-child-ussi.htm

Address: 1773 Hawthorne Avenue, College Park, GA
30337
Description:

Teen moms Friendly

Second Chance Homes and Transitional Living Program

Phone Number: 404-767-5580
Address: 48 Martin King Jr. Drive SW, Atlanta, GA
30303
Description:

Breakfast

Phone Number: 404-521-1866
Description:

An online food stamps application can be completed by an applicant after he or she creates an online account. When applying for food stamps, an applicant should be prepared with the proper documentation and information that will be requested throughout the application process. Completing the food stamps application thoroughly and correctly is important to prevent delays in benefits and to ensure the proper monthly benefit allotment calculations. The GA food stamps application also asks a series of questions to determine if the applicant qualifies for expedited benefits. When applying for food stamps, households that can prove extremely low income and no access to resources may be able to obtain food stamps within seven days. The Department of Family and Children Services (DFCS) offers Georgia food stamps application translation services and assistance completing all forms and the entire application process at no charge to applicants who need it. Link to SNAP application here: https://dfcs.georgia.gov/food-stamps

Description:

 

For assistance with an issue related to the education of a child or youth experiencing homelessness, contact the NCHE homeless education help toll-free number.  Assistance is available in English and Spanish.

Website Address: https://nche.ed.gov
Phone Number: 800-308-2145
Address: 910 Ponce De Leon Avenue NE, Atlanta, GA
30306
Phone Number: 404-874-9652
Address: 2049 Perkerson Road SW, Atlanta, GA
30310
Description:

Ages: 18+, No Children, Friendly to ex-offenders

Phone Number: 404-549-9327
Address: 655 Potter’s House Road, Jefferson, GA
30549
Description:

Chemical Addiction help provided

Ages: 18+

Length of stay: Long-term Residential options available

Phone Number: 706-543-8338
Address: 400 Luckie Street NW, Atlanta, GA
30313
Phone Number: 404-486-2700
Address: 1605 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta, GA
30309
Phone Number: 404-873-1731
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Address: 250 Georgia Avenue SE Suite 305, Atlanta, GA
30312
Description:

Lunch

Day and Time: 12:30PM-2:30PM

Phone Number: 404-577-6651
Address: 220 Auburn Avenue NE, Atlanta, GA 30303
Description:

Ages: 18+

Phone Number: 404-827-9707
Address: 21 Bell Street NE, Atlanta, GA
30303
Phone Number: 404-577-6651
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Address: 5680 Fulton Industrial Blvd. SW, Atlanta, GA
30336
Phone Number: 866-968-2828
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Address: 1230 Hightower Road NW, Atlanta, GA
30318
Description:

HIV/AIDS friendly; Emergency Shelter, Housing, and Independent Living program

Ages: 15-21

Phone Number: 404-792-7616
Address: 4315 Cowan Road, Tucker, GA
30084
Description:

Emergency Youth Shelter

Mission: to develop, implement, and provide programs that have a positive impact on youth ages 10-24 years old and their families who live in the Greater Atlanta metropolitan area.

Phone Number: 770-744-4050
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