Carroll County Emergency Shelter is a non-profit, Domestic Violence Shelter located in Carrollton, Georgia serving the Counties of Carroll, Heard, Haralson, Coweta and Meriwether.
Their Crisis Line is 770-834-1141.
Procedure: (If space is available, the process takes approximately 3 days.)
Bridge of Hope is a 12-24 month program designed to help families facing homelessness achieve family stability and long-term change.
This unique model provides:
For more information about the Bridge of Hope program and the services offered, please contact Tanisha Corporal, Director of Programs, at (404)523-2856 or email at bridgeofhopeATL@emmaushouse.org
Their focus is to serve the survivors struggling to recover from the years, or even decades, of trauma they have endured.
The Salvation Army of Metro Atlanta offers prevention, refuge, and stability to men, women, and families who find themselves without shelter or at risk of losing shelter due to personal and financial circumstances. We provide a variety of housing options including homelessness prevention, emergency and transitional housing, re-housing programs, low-income housing, and residential recovery programs – giving individuals support through their current life state.
We treat all people with dignity and respect. We care through prevention, presence, and participation.
Our housing services provide special accommodations so that families can stay together and address specific needs for the elderly, veterans, individuals battling addiction, and the LGBTQ community.
In addition to a safe place to sleep, we offer services including meals, laundry, rehabilitation, and spiritual counseling to help guide individuals to a more productive future. The Salvation Army of Metro Atlanta housing services:
Red Shield: A 324-bed facility in downtown Atlanta that provides homeless men, women, families, and veterans a warm bed, safe place to stay, and two meals a day. Programs offered at Red Shield include:
Housing/Re-Housing Programs: Short and long-term programs at sites throughout metro Atlanta, offering financial assistance for qualifying families after leaving the shelter
Veterans on the Move: Shelter, substance abuse treatment, and bridge housing for veterans experiencing housing instability
Harbor Light: 3-month residential addiction recovery program
The Women’s Shelter is a temporary housing facility for single women and women with children that offers overnight shelter and residential discipleship programs. The emergency shelter and transitional housing can serve up to 23 women and women with children. .
Providing a safe and healthy environment in which women and children can recover and grow from past experiences that may have contributed towards their present circumstances and work towards healthy relationships with God, themselves, and others, as well as sustainable income and housing. The team works together with each woman and child to help them address their spiritual, physical, emotional, relational, and vocational needs in a way that is sensitive to the unique needs of each woman and child.
921 Howell Mill Rd. Atlanta, GA 30318 - 404-367-2465.
Also known as our Crisis Shelter, the P.J. Garcia Youth Shelter serves as home for up to 60 youth ages 18-24.
Here, youth can find a safe place to stay as well as wraparound support for 30-90 days. Youth who stay in our shelter work with a case manager to create a plan for their future.
At Covenant House Georgia, youth have access to hot meals and showers, medical and mental health care, job readiness programs, GED and college admissions support, life skills classes, and a community of people who show them absolute respect and unconditional love.