Georgia Center for Youth Excellence Safe House

Georgia Center for Youth Excellence Safe House
Description

 

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 who’s 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.

Safe House Transitional Living Program
GACYE Transitional Living Program provides long-term residential services for homeless youth ages 16-22 while building a safety net and strong emotional support system to assist them with transitioning into self-sufficiency. GACYE will operate a 4-bed TLP supportive housing using the Group Home model that will provide oversight of clients. During their stay at the shelter, youth will be provided/assist youth in obtaining:

Intensive case management to youth receiving services and includes strategies to address present and historical trauma with access to a range of options for trauma informed behavioral health services.

Individualized service plan that focuses on setting individual goals and objectives

Education/employment

Stable housing and more

Permanent Supportive Housing Program
GACYE Permanent Supportive Housing Program Provides long-term residential services for homeless youth ages 18-24 while building a safety net and strong emotional support system to assist them with transitioning into self-sufficiency. GACYE will operate four 1-bedroom apartments and provide/assist youth in obtaining:

Intensive case management to youth receiving services and includes strategies to address present and historical trauma with access to a range of options for trauma informed behavioral health services.

Individualized service plan that focuses on setting individual goals and objectives

Education/employment

Stable housing and more

Website Address
Phone Number
470-276-0595
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