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.
IMPACT Meals: is [SHO] first step in relationship development with our clients. SafeHouse Outreach [along] with volunteer groups host hot meals and cool drinks each evening at 5:30 pm for any individual seeking food, comfort, and outreach mentoring.
Atlanta Guardian is a mobile crisis support program for those experiencing homelessness.
Outreach: focuses on community engagement & marketing the services we provide by meeting the immediate needs of the individuals we serve. Need Help? Visit Atlanta Guardian’s website to see how they can help you. www.ATLGuardian.com
Strategic Life Program: drafting strategic life plans for participants that agree to work together to meet their personal goals.
Problem Solvers: is aimed at meeting clients’ emergency and non-emergency needs. Our goal is to build client relationships and aid them in a self-identification process of taking the necessary steps to transition out of homelessness. When our Program Associates meet with clients, they focus on meeting one need at a time.
Clothing (Seasonal): SHO provides clean and comfortable clothing to those in need.
Mail Services: Individuals are provided a secure mailing address.
Medical Services: Through a partnership with faculty members and students attending
Georgia State University’s School of Nursing and Mercy Care, basic medical services, including foot maintenance and blood pressure screening, is offered twice each week.
Shelter from Elements: SHO is a Warming Center that welcomes those living on the streets whenever the temperature drops below 45 degrees. If it is raining outside, SHO affords guests a dry and safe place to stay, with restroom facilities.
Referrals: SHO makes referrals to other social service organizations to include medical or psychological, shelters, ID’s, and other documentation so that they are able to apply for public assistance.