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Definition of Homelessness: "Someone who lacks a fixed, regular and adequate night-time residence. It includes someone who stays in shelters, motels, campgrounds, cars, abandoned buildings, or other inadequate shelter as well as when someone shares housing with relatives or others due to their losing housing or cannot afford housing. Rick Badie, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Sunday, February 25, 2007.

"Homeless and Missing Mentally Ill: A Guide for Relatives" By NAMI Gwinnett


SafeLink Wireless "SafeLink Wireless is a government supported program that provides a free cell phone and airtime each month for income-eligible customers"

Namus National Missing and Unidentified Persons System "The National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs) is a clearinghouse for missing persons and unidentified decedent records. NamUs is a free online system that can be searched by medical examiners, coroners, law enforcement officials and the general public to solve these cases. By the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs

Salvation Army Missing Person Locator: 800-315-7699 (Eastern Division); 800-698-7728 (Western Division).


Nationwide

Vets Connect    "..reaching out to and assisting returning veterans and their families."

Georgia, Barrow County

Light Homeless Shelter The Light Community Outreach and Resource Center, Phone: 770-377-2842 Fax: 678-377-5729 Email: lcfawna@aol.com , 80 King St., Winder. Emergency Shelter

Community Concerns, Inc "The mission of Community Concerns, Inc. is to provide a comprehensive, holistic approach to serving the needs of homeless people in metro Atlanta."


Georgia, Atlanta/Fulton County

Healing Our Communities   Medical Services

 


Georgia, Gainesville (Hall County)

Good News at Noon      "... Good News at Noon serves restaurant-grade meals for lunch every day of the year. Each Thursday night we give away over 100 boxes of groceries. We distribute clothing, bedding, sleeping bags, cookware, even automobiles to the disadvantaged. ..."
 


Georgia, Gwinnett County

2nd Step Ministries, Inc., 7742 Spalding Dr., Suite 143, Norcross 770-315-6367 "... a mobile ministry."

C3 Center "What is the mission of The C3 Center? The mission of The C3 Center is to empower families to be strong, smart, and build great lives. The staff is working to equip parents for the benefit of children and shaping the future. We are an organization that trains people to reach their full potential in life." 1065 Walther Blvd., Lawrenceville, GA, 678-687-9357.

Atlanta Mission Thrift Stores

Bread of Life Ministry & Bread of Life Food Pantry, 990 Martin’s Chapel Road, Lawrenceville, 770-513-1007
Hours: From 5:00 to 6:00 p.m. Mon and 1 to 2 p.m. Wed, Fri & Sat, serves anyone from metro Atlanta. By the Life Fellowship Church.

Centerville Community Center, 3025 Bethany Church Rd., Snellville, GA 770-985-4713

Children's Restoration Network (CRN) "...is a non-profit agency focusing on the plight of homeless children in our community."

Community Resource by the Lawrenceville Housing Authority.

Daffy's Pet Soup Kitchen Helps keep Pets & Families Together Including Providing Pet Food!

Dream House for Kids (Medically Fragile Children)

Duluth Hands of Christ, 3395 Fox St., Duluth, 770-623-9563

Emergency Shelter By the IMPACT! Group, Resource Center at 678-291-0305, Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Family Promise of Gwinnett Phone: 678-376-8950, Fax: 678-376-8951

Food Service Ministry, 1234 Beaver Ruin Rd., Suite 205, Norcross 770-355-7900

For My Sisters, 3500 Gwinnett Place, Duluth 678-887-1218

Good Samaritan Health Center 678-280-6630 Medical Care for the Uninsured Gwinnett County Residents. "3700 Club Drive, Lawrenceville, GA 30044
(located east of I-85 between Steve Reynolds Blvd and Pleasant Hill Road)"

Gwinnett Children's Shelter 678-546-8770 Shelter

Gwinnett Community Clinic, 2160 Fountain Dr., Snellville, GA, 770-985-1199. Medical Help for uninsured. Patients seen Tuesdays & Thursdays from 5:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.

Gwinnett Helpline Gwinnett Coalition for Health and Human Services 770-995-3339 Providing information and referrals for: Family Problems, emergency shelter, health services, child care, substance abuse, employment, emergency food, legal referrals, senior services, counseling and more! See Web Site!

Gwinnett: "Home Sweet Home Gwinnett" By Salvation Army "Home Sweet Home Gwinnett seeks to reach out to newly homeless families or those at risk of imminent homelessness from the Gwinnett county area and lead them not only to stable housing and self-sufficiency, but also fully impact their lives in a positive and caring manner."

Gwinnett Housing Resource Partnership AKA The Impact! Group 678-808-4477 Transitional Housing

 Huffman House       "Huffman House, Inc. provides grass-roots social services to people of all faiths in Gwinnett County, Georgia.'

Gwinnett Senior Center. 75 Langley Dr., Lawrenceville, GA 30045. 770-822-8837. Meals on wheels and activities at several senior centers.

Gwinnett Village Financial Services Center "Increasing financial well-being among low- to moderate-income families living or working within the Gwinnett Village" 5885 Jimmy Carter Blvd., Norcross, GA 30093, 770-449-6515. www.gwinnettvillage.com/alliance

Hands of Christ Duluth Cooperative Ministry 3395 Fox St. Building 101, Duluth GA. 30096, Clients: 770-623-9563, Administrative office: 770-232-7454. "Open Monday 4 pm to 8 pm, Wednesday & Friday from 10 am to 2 pm. Please call for an appointment."

Hope Clinic Free or low cost medical treatment five days a week. Run by Dr. William Martin, M.D., Internist. 121 Langley Dr., Lawrenceville, GA 30045. 770-685-1300ext. 234. "The Hope Clinic is a Christian, non-profit clinic providing compassionate quality healthcare to the medically underserved."

The Impact! Group 678-808-4477 Transitional Housing

Lawrenceville Cooperative Ministry Serves Lawrenceville & Dacula. 176 Church St., Lawrenceville, GA, 770-339-7887 Food, Clothing, and Financial Services.

Lilburn Cooperative Ministry Serves Lilburn and the following Cities that are in Gwinnett County: Stone Mountain & Tucker. 5329 Five Forks Trickum Road, Lilburn, 770-931-8333 .

Mercy Tree, 3280 McEver Rd., Suite 103, Buford, GA 770-831-9418

Norcross Cooperative Ministry Serves Norcross and the following Cities that are in Gwinnett County: Doraville & Tucker. 2275 Mitchell Rd., Norcross, GA, 770-263-8268 Food & Other Services

Norcross Human Services Center, 5030 Georgia Belle Court, Norcross 770-638-5661

Norcross Meals on Wheels, 678-230-2160

North Gwinnett (Buford & Sugar Hill) Cooperative Ministry 70 Wiley Dr. Buford, GA, 770-271-9793 Food, Clothing & Financial Services & Other Services. For Holidays: Meal Bags Only, No toys!

North Gwinnett Cooperative, Inc. (Food Bank). 70 Wiley Dr., Buford, GA. 770-271-9793.

Overcomers House, Inc., 3755 Bethany Church Rd., Snellville, GA 678-575-6608 Youth Development Programs

Partnership Against Domestic Violence, P. O. Box 1272, Lawrenceville 770-963-9799

Place of Seven Springs, 3541 Stone Mountain Hwy., Suite 2, Snellville 770-736-3377

Quinn House, 120 S. Perry St., Lawrenceville 770-962-0470 Shelter

Rainbow Village 770-497-1888. Gwinnett County Transitional Shelter. 3160 Main St., Duluth, GA. Evening & after-school programs are held at Pleasant Hill Presbyterian Church, 3700 Pleasant Hill Rd., Duluth, GA. "The mission of Rainbow Village is to provide families in domestic and/or economic crisis a healing environment to rebuild their lives through a community-based transitional housing program that promotes self-sufficiency. "

SaltLight Center 12 Bed Emergency Shelter for Homeless Women & Children, 770-995-3339

Salvation Army, 3445 Sugarloaf Parkwy, Lawrenceville 770-963-8802 Shelter

Salvation Army Store, 3852 Venture Drive, Ventura Dr., Duluth, GA 30096. Sales benefit the Atlanta Adult Rehabilitation Center (ARC), 740 Marietta St. NW, Atlanta, GA 30318
404-522-9785 - an alcohol & drug rehabilitation center.

Shadow Brook Baptist Caring Hearts Ministry. 4187 Suwanee Dam Rd., Suwanee, GA. 770 945-1524

Southeast Gwinnett (Snellville) Cooperative Ministry 770-833-8645, 1200 Athens Highway (US 78), Grayson. It is located behind the Community of Grace Lutheran Church.. Food & Other Services

Step By Step Recovery, Inc., 191 Plainview Dr., Lawrenceville 678-377-2323

Streetwise Georgia, 1750 Cedars Rd., Lawrenceville 678-985-9915

The Quinn House, 120 S. Perry St., Lawrenceville, 770-962-0470

Transitional Housing Shelter “Housing First” Shelter Plan (Still in the Planning Stage) A project of The Salvation Army of Gwinnett (Will Administer the Program); Unite! and the Gwinnett Coalition for Health and Human Services. To volunteer to help, call 678-405-2164.

Union Baptist Church, 251 Bona Rd., Buford, GA. 770-945-9064. Open from 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m., Wednesdays. Food

Why Not Ministries, P. O. Box 466565, Lawrenceville 770-822-5754


Georgia, Metro Atlanta

Atlanta Community Food Bank

Atlanta Enterprise Center (AEC) 75 Peachtree Place, NW Atlanta, Georgia 30309, Phone: 404-874-8001

Atlanta Union Mission: Howell Mill Road Campus (My Sister's House) "921 Howell Mill Rd., NW (click for map and directions), Atlanta, GA 30318, 404-367-2465, Atlanta Union Mission's Howell Mill Road Campus, My Sister's House, is the Mission's full service center for women and children. The campus houses 136 women and children in nightly emergency shelter, and it also houses 128 women and children in the Mission's residential recovery program."

Atlanta Union Mission Services (Shelter, etc)

Crossroads Community Ministries, 420 Courtland St. Atlanta, GA 404-873-7650

The Extension "The Extension is a non-profit, community-supported organization serving Cobb County and the entire metropolitan Atlanta area. We provide addiction recovery services through a comprehensive Residential Recovery Program for homeless men, outpatient counseling and various outreach initiatives. We are currently developing a residential program for homeless, addicted women."

First Step Staffing "We employ highly motivated, formerly homeless men and women who have demonstrated they are ready to re-enter the work force." 404-577-3992

Gateway Homeless Shelter 24/7 275 Pryor Street SW, Atlanta, GA 30303-3638, 404.215.6600

Georgia Free Clinic Network

HomeStretch Homeless with Minor Children plus other requirements

Jerusalem House

Love Thy Neighbor In Service Inc., 41 Marietta St Nw # 1020, Atlanta, GA 30303-2808, Phone: (404) 577-3152

Midtown Assistance Center (MAC)

Saint Joseph’s Mercy Care services

Samaritan House of Atlanta

The Faith Project    "The Faith Project serves the less fortunate with a focus on outreach, housing, prevention, and education. This mission is accomplished in a variety of unique ways.

On Saturdays, The Faith Project can be found providing meals for the homeless with their "Feed the Streets" initiative. The Re-Shop Boutique, a store usually open to the general public closes its doors one day a month to give three or four homeless men and women a complete makeover."

Trinity Community Ministries "Trinity Table is the oldest, large-scale, Sunday soup kitchen in Atlanta, serving over 400 people on any given Sunday."

Zaban Couples Center "... assist couples transitioning from homelessness to resettlement and independence by providing shelter, ..." 404-877-2915


Georgia:

Action Ministries Programs: "Feeding; Emergency Assistance; Transitional Ministries (homelessness); Children’s Programs; Life Skills; Residential Addiction Treatment Center; Seasonal Programs.

Angel Food Network "Angel Food Ministries is a non-profit, non-denominational organization dedicated to providing grocery relief and financial support to communities throughout the United States." Food & Money

Atlanta's 24/7 Gateway Center 275 Pryor St., Atlanta, GA 30303. Operated by United Way of Metropolitan Atlanta. 404-215-6600Shelter, Food, Other Services

Atlanta's Regional Commission on Homelessness United Way of Metropolitan Atlanta. 404-527-7200

Distinguished Women with a Purpose 770-279-1003 Shelter

Statewide Domestic Hotline 800-33-HAVEN (800-334-286) Shelter

Families First

Family Promise "The Family Promise Network is a group of churches or synagogues providing shelter, meals, and support services to families without homes." Contact Information: Brent S. Bohanan, Family Promise of Gwinnett County, Inc. 678-376-8950 (office) 678-376-8951 (fax) familypromise@bellsouth.net Shelter & Food

Georgia Alliance To End Homelessness Inc.

Georgia Law Center for the Homeless 404-681-0680 or FAX: 404-681-0681 Legal Aid

Home Aid Atlanta "...HomeAid Atlanta is fulfilling its mission of building and renovating transitional housing for temporarily homeless children, women and men through the donation of construction expertise, services and materials."

Home Aid Atlanta Shelters Built

Hope for Homeowners Prevent foreclosure on your home. National phone line: 888-995-4453. Gwinnett County: The IMPACT! Group, 2825 Breckinridge Blvd., Suite 160, Duluth, GA, phone 678-808-4477, http://www.theimpactgroup.org/

Interfaith Outreach Home 770-457-3727 Transitional Shelter

Love in Action Outreach Ministries 770-613-5266 Shelter

Open Hand "Open Hand seeks to eliminate disability and untimely death due to nutrition-sensitive chronic disease." 404-872-6947

Partnership Against Domestic Violence 24 Hour Crisis Line: 770-963-9799 (Gwinnett) 404-873-1766 (Fulton) Shelter

Partnership for Community Action 770-564-1702 Heating & Job Assist. & Avoid Eviction

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) Call 877-957-7627 to see if you qualify. By U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)

Task Force for the Homeless 800-448-0636 or 404-589-9495 Shelter

Wellspring Living "We provide a twelve month, residential program that is a place for healing, instruction, and compassionate mentoring for women struggling with the consequences of tragic life circumstances with an emphasis on those who have suffered childhood sexual abuse." 40 Howell Road, Suite C2, Tyrone, Georgia 30290, Ministry Phone: 404-427-3100, Office Phone: 770-631-8888, Fax: 770-631-8830, info@wellspringliving.org.

Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) - Decatur - Homeless Coordinator 404-321-6111 ext. 7436


U.S.A.

Angel Food Network "Angel Food Ministries is a non-profit, non-denominational organization dedicated to providing grocery relief and financial support to communities throughout the United States." Food & Money

Emergency Food and Shelter National Board Program Provides Funding for Programs

Family Promise "The Interfaith Hospitality Network program brings shelter, meals, and support services to families without homes." Shelter & Food

Insure Kids Now! "Your children may be eligible for free or low-cost health insurance! " 877-543-7669. U.S. Department of Health & Human Services. Health Insurance for Children

Kids Eat for Free

The National Center on Family Homelessness

The National Coalition for the Homeless

National Law Center on Homelessness and Poverty End Homelessness through the Legal Process

National Low Income Housing Coalition (NLIHC) "Dedicated Solely to Ending America's Affordable Housing Crisis" Low Income

Nationwide Housing Authority Search By Affordable Housing.com

Partnership for Drug Assistance (PPARX) Free or Low Cost Prescription Drugs

Salvation Army 770-963-8802 Shelter

Tracing Lost or Missing Persons Information by the Dallas Public Library, Dallas, Texas.

Uninsured Help Line 800-234-1317 "The Foundation for Health Coverage Education’s (FHCE) mission is to simplify public and private health insurance eligibility information in order to help more people access coverage."