Housing

List of Resources:

Another Chance Atlanta

https://anotherchanceofatlanta.org/

777 Cleveland Ave. SW, Suite 520, Atlanta GA 30315

678-974-5989

This agency provides housing and support to homeless Veterans, families, and individuals through temporary housing, permanent housing, and case management.

Calvary Refuge Center

www.calvaryrefuge.org

4265 Thurmond Rd., PO Box 2464, Forest Park, GA 30297

404-361-5309

A not for profit organization that provides shelter and related services in Clayton County.  To reach them, email: info@calvaryrefuge.org.

Clayton Center: Adult Residential

https://www.claytoncenter.org/adults-residential.cms

157 Smith Street, Jonesboro, GA 30236

770-478-2280

Residential Services provides an array of living arrangements in home-like settings to meet the needs of the person served despite the length or severity of their mental illness. Currently, Clayton Center offers Residential Services for individuals diagnosed with mental health disorders and developmental disabilities.  We provide Residential Services in Personal Care Home, Group Home, and Semi-Independent settings. Additionally, Clayton Center has a Shelter Plus Care program which offers Residential Services to individuals that are able to live in their own apartments. To schedule or reschedule appointments with our providers, please contact our Centralized Scheduling Department at 1-844-438-2778.

Clifton Sanctuary Ministries, Inc.

http://www.cliftonsanctuary.com/

369 Connecticut Ave., NE, Atlanta, GA 30307

404-373-3253

Community Shelters for Men, Community Shelters for Men and HIV Infections, Community Shelters for Men and Older Adults, Homelessness.

The D.O.R.M. (The Development of Responsible Men)

https://www.heartstonourishhope.org/dorm

640 Highway 138 SW, Riverdale, GA 30274

770-997-4517

The D.O.R.M. is a high accountability independent living and transitional housing program for young men, ages 18-24. With low barriers to entry, young men can remain in the program for up to 24 months. The organization serves young men aging out of foster care, leaving jail or prison, who were kicked out and other young men in crisis situations. They provide housing, food, job assistance, referrals to medical and counseling services, GED services and assistance with obtaining important documents, as well as offe job assistance, GED classes, and other essential services.

Fresh Start Jonesboro

Jonesboro, GA

404-573-7852

Transitional short-term housing for families that are homeless in Jonesboro.

Genesis Shelter

http://ourhousega.org/

173 Boulevard NE, Atlanta, GA  30312

404-522-6056

Genesis enables homeless families to remain together and creates a participatory community in which parents have the opportunity to live with their children in privacy and with dignity. In empowering families to achieve greater self-sufficiency, Genesis Shelter recognizes individual family needs and provides the resources to meet those needs.

Gigi’s House

www.gigishouseatl.org

7147 Jonesboro Road, Suite 870051, Morrow, GA 30287

470-372-8050

Gigi’s House provides safe housing for female teens, ages 13-19, who are at risk of becoming a victim of sex trafficking. Housing is offered for up to 18 months.

Heart-Burn Foundation

http://heartburnfoundation.org/

P.O. Box 962081, Riverdale Ga 30274

678-663-1000

The Heart-Burn Foundation works to assist those who have been burned out of their homes or apartments due to a devastating fire who don’t have fire insurance. Email them at: heartburn1000@gmail.com.

House of Dawn

http://houseofdawn.org

P.O. Box 1222, Jonesboro, GA 30237

770-477-2385

This agency provides housing for teen mothers ages 13-19. To contact them about placement and support services, email: houseofdawn1@bellsouth.net.

Housing Authority of City of College Park

www.collegeparkhousingchoice.org

2000 West Princeton Avenue, College Park, GA 30337

404-559-2894

College Park Authority provides assistance for low income and section 8 members in Clayton County.

Interfaith Outreach Home, Inc.

http://www.iohome.org/

PO Box 48075, Atlanta, GA 30362

770-457-3727

A group of churches in the North Atlanta area banded together to offer long-term solutions to the problem. They have a broad base of support that includes individuals, churches, community groups, state, county, foundation, and corporate giving. They believe in keeping families together while they work on the issues that made them homeless. They also concentrate on the children, believing that they too must be served to stop the cycle of poverty and homelessness.

Jonesboro Housing Authority

www.jonesborohousing.com

203 Hightower Street, Jonesboro, GA 30236

770-478-7382

The Authority provides assistance for low income and section 8 members.

NID-HCA Housing Counsel Agency

http://nidatlmetro.org/

21 Highway 138, Riverdale, GA 30274

770-472-3756

A nonprofit organization that provides home buying assistance and counseling for low-income persons or families. Email them at: 1nidga@gmail.com.

Rainbow House, Inc.

http://rainbowhouseinc.org/

879 Battle Creek Rd.,Jonesboro, GA 30236

770-476-6905

This organization provides shelter for runaway teens 13-17.

Samaritans Together-Clayton County

1000 Main St., Forest Park, GA 30297

404-361-8848

This nonprofit provides assistance as a food pantry.

Southern Crescent Habitat for Humanity

http://www.schabitat.org/

9570 Tara Boulevard, Jonesboro, GA  30236

770-477-2367

Habitat for Humanity ​builds affordable housing for hard working low income families in Henry, Clayton, and Fayette County. Email them at: info@schabitat.org

Zions Keepers

http://zionkeepers.org/

995 Roswell Street , Suite 344, Marietta Ga 30060

770-790-3972

Zion Keepers Inc, is a nonprofit ministry that operates permanent supportive housing for homeless disabled veterans and transitional housing for the homeless and low income persons. This program is faith based and designed to provide a loving stable environment, which allows the resident to continue their recovery from substance abuse and other life controlling issues and progress towards a complete spiritual, physical and economic recovery. Email them at: info@zionkeepers.org