Community Resources Directory
The Directory provides a list of local and national resources for vulnerable and homeless teens and young adults living in the Atlanta Metro Area. To access the resources, scroll down, choose a category, then click on your choice, a list will appear, then click the name of the listing to reach a detailed description with a map below.
Client is provided 21 days of temporary stay each month. At the time of selection clients are offered showers, clothing, and snacks. At 7:00 p.m. every night, there is a mandatory chapel service followed by the evening meal at 8:00 p.m. Lights are out at 10:00 p.m., so the men can rest and prepare for the next day. Breakfast is served at 6:30 a.m., equipping each client to search for employment between 7:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Sack lunches are provided as available.
Working Dorm Program
If a client has or finds full-time/part-time employment (and can verify it with a letter from his employer), they are given an opportunity to join the working dorm program. This program provides a bed and locker in the dorms by paying a small weekly fee with a mandatory savings account as a part of it. This extended stay gives them an opportunity to save money, so they can leave the mission and rent housing of their own. They must have day work, attend chapel, and church services, and allow us to help them manage their money to save toward their goals.
For additional information about Atlanta City Baptist Rescue Mission go to their website.
Mission: Georgia Center for Youth Excellence is a non-profit organization that’s dedicated to providing high-quality human services programming for youth aged 10-22 who are at risk of being failed by one or more adult-driven system.
What we do
Established in 2016, the Georgia Center for Youth Excellence is an organization whose goals are:
Providing a multitude of programs and services in a safe environment that will contribute to their asset building development.
Enhancing leadership development among the youth.
Serving as a community-based organization that is an extension to the learning provided in their educational development.
Multicultural bridge building services for immigrants, refugees and other youth that have migrated to the United States for better opportunities.
Providing supportive services for youth that are victims of homelessness, sexually exploitation, drug or alcohol abuse or any other abuse that prevents them from becoming productive citizens in their communities.
For details about Georgia Center for Youth Excellence programs go their website.
Helping homeless men reclaim their lives and return to their families and communities as mentors and leaders.
The Trinity House-Big Bethel and Trinity Living are tough programs for tough times. Our residents can stay up to two-years while helping individuals live a life substance-free, get connected to benefits, gain employment, and obtain permanent housing. Through group counseling, individual counseling, case management, and peer to peer support, we specialize in helping individuals who struggle with drug and alcohol addiction get reconnected with their families. If you or someone you love is
having problems with addiction, we are here to help.
In order to come into the Trinity House-Big Bethel program you must have the following items:
Referral Letter or Homeless Verification Form
Current TB Test and RPR
A desire to stay clean
If you are ready to change your life, please contact our Lead Case Manager Ali Wilson at 404-222-0553 ext. 2400 or email@example.com
For additional information about Trinity Community Ministries go to their website.