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1 Resources for the Homeless and Underserved Produced for Emory Homelessness and Healthcare Week 2011 Contents: First Stop Centers 1 Emergency Contacts 4 Medical/Dental Care 5 HIV/AIDS Resources 8 Mental Health 9 Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Programs 10 Detoxification 14 Methadone Maintenance Programs 15 Intimate Partner Violence Programs 16 Clothing Assistance 18 Meals 18 Legal Assistance 19 Shelters/Transitional Housing 20 Employment 22 Certificates/IDs 23 Mail 23 Community Voic 23

2 First Stop Centers Gateway Center Women s and children s center Job training and support Veteran s services Mental health Men s shelter and overflow women s shelter 275 Pryor St SW Atlanta, GA Crossroads Community Ministries Serves meals at the Crossroads Kitchen Provides mailing address, legal ID, case management, health care through St. Joseph s Mercy Care, detox/substance abuse treatment programs, mental health services Job placement and entitlement benefits (Medicare, Social Security, etc) 420 Courtland St NE Atlanta, GA Central Outreach and Advocacy Center - Helps get ID and birth certificates Central Night Shelter with Wednesday night clinic (men only, November-March) Referrals for clothing, legal services, shelter, mental health and drug/alcohol recovery programs Monthly eye clinic Georgia Law Center for the Homeless on site Exodus Journey Program to help transition out of homelessness 201 S. Washington St Atlanta, GA Atlanta Task Force for the Homeless 24-hour homeless assistance hotline Day Service Center (assists individuals in obtaining permanent, affordable housing and livable-wage employment, as well as providing workshops, job training and employment referrals, vision screenings, addiction recovery placement, assistance with social security or securing IDs, HIV testing, referrals for medical and psychiatric care) Transitional Housing and Resident Volunteer programs 477 Peachtree St Atlanta, GA

3 Atlanta Women s Day Shelter Assistance with basic needs such as food, clothing and medicine Job counseling, resume assistance, computer training, and interview preparation Childcare and educational activities 655 Ethel St NW Atlanta, GA Open Door Community Serves lunch, provides blankets, sandwiches, and showers Tuesday-Thursday Medical and Foot clinic Wednesday evenings (sign up in the afternoon) Provides mailing address 910 Ponce de Leon Ave NE Atlanta, GA Travelers AID Transitional housing program, assistance with 1 st month s rent, housing first units Case management, crisis counseling, information and referral, employment assistance, and financial assistance Emergency shelter hotel/motel, battered women s, and HIV/AIDS programs 75 Marietta St, Suite 400 Atlanta, GA Emmaus House Helps get Georgia ID Assistance with applying for Social Security, Medicaid, Medicare and SSI benefits Food bank on Fridays with food referrals during the week; sandwiches daily Clothing assistance for children and clothing referrals for adults Mailing address Helps get discounted MARTA fare Supplies Safelink phones (govt. funded 68 min/month) Job assistance, including hard to place individuals (previously incarcerated, etc) After school program and summer camp 1017 Hank Aaron Dr SW Atlanta, GA City of Refuge - Resources and life building tools to families on the margin, including food, clothing, shelter, job training and placement, housing, healthcare and education Feeding program to homeless 7 days a week Save Haven Center shelter, rest, clothing, and a meal every Tuesday and Thursday from 11-1pm Victoria s friends - support for women who have been involved in the dance industry - 2 -

4 Eden Village transitional housing program for single women and/or mothers with children SAT Prep training for students 1300 Joseph E Boone Blvd Atlanta, GA StandUp for Kids - Helps homeless and at-risk youth ages 21 and younger Food, clothing and personal hygiene items Outreach Center with hot meals, laundry, mail and messaging Educational, housing, vocational, counseling, health and medical services, transportation and legal assistance Transitional housing and apartment support program (with classes on budgeting, banking, nutrition and other life skills) 83 Walton Street; Suite 100 Atlanta, GA , or Nicholas House - Transitional housing shelter and scattered apartment sites for homeless families Accepts all size and make-up of families including expectant mothers and families with teenage children Adult Education and Training with twice weekly evening courses and case manager Youth services including after school programming and mentoring 830 Boulevard SE Atlanta, GA

5 Emergency Contacts United Way - Dialing provides 24-hour access to information about any human service in the metro Atlanta area. Spanish-speaking representatives are always available and they are able to take calls in 170 languages. 100 Edgewood Ave NE Atlanta, GA or Georgia Crisis and Access Line - Aimed at providing services to individuals with mental health and addiction issues, as well as those with mental disabilities Social Security - Representatives are available on the phone from 7am-7pm Monday to Friday. Automated services are active around the clock. 401 W Peachtree St, Suite 2860 Atlanta, GA

6 Medical/Dental Care St. Joseph s Mercy Care Provides medical and dental care as well as social services to low income, homeless and HIV-positive patients at two main clinic locations: Mercy Care Downtown 424 Decatur St Atlanta GA Mercy Care North 3367 Buford Highway, Ste. 910 Atlanta GA (they speak Spanish at this location) Good Samaritan Health Center Serves primarily the working poor, but also sees some homeless patients. Provides comprehensive medical and dental care as well as counseling Donald Lee Hollowell Pkwy Atlanta GA (they speak Spanish at this location) Ben Massell Dental Clinic Provides comprehensive dental care to indigent individuals in metro Atlanta. 700 Fourteenth St NW Atlanta GA Community Advanced Practice Nurses Provides free physical, mental, and preventative health care to homeless and medically underserved individuals and families in metro Atlanta. Assists in transportation for medical appointments. Physical Health Programs 173 Boulevard NE Atlanta GA Mental Health Programs 458 Ponce de Leon Ave Atlanta GA

7 Oakhurst Medical Center - Primary health care center for residents of Dekalb County, including Prenatal, Obstetrics, Gynecology, Pediatrics, Mental Health and Eldercare Special focus on medically indigent and underinsured Sliding fee scale according to income and family size Oakhurst Medical Center Stone Mountain 770 Village Square Drive Stone Mountain, Georgia Oakhurst Medical Center Decatur 1760 Candler Road Decatur, GA Physician s Care Clinic - Health care services to underserved individuals in DeKalb County 2665 N. Decatur Road Suite 220B Decatur, GA Veterans Administration, Homeless Veteran s Program, Health and Psychiatric care services for Veterans, including the homeless 1670 Clairmont Road Decatur, GA Lions Lighthouse - Sight and hearing services for uninsured and low-income Georgians below 200% of federal poverty guideline Full eye exams, eyeglasses, eye surgeries, vision screening Digital hearing aids and hearing screening 1775 Clairmont Road Decatur, GA Georgia Free Clinic Network

8 database of free and minimal-cost clinics in Georgia for individuals with limited resources, searchable by zipcode HealthSTAT Georgia Clinic Database, Check website above for updates to available Georgia clinics, health departments and other locations that provided discounted medications, medical care or both Needy Meds - Website that compiles a list of clinics that offer services to needy individuals Check the Georgia website above for clinics and services state-wide - 7 -

9 HIV/AIDS Resources AID Atlanta Education and support services for people living with HIV and AIDS. Provides primary care services for HIV-positive patients and assist in obtaining low or no cost medications Peachtree St NE Atlanta GA Grady Infectious Disease Program - Comprehensive medical, support, and community services for HIV/AIDS patients. 341 Ponce de Leon Ave Atlanta GA Living Room - Provides housing information, placement, and financial assistance for lowincome people who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless due to HIV/AIDS. 341 Ponce de Leon Ave Atlanta GA Positive Impact - HIV risk-reduction and prevention programs for men and women Mental health prevention, outreach prevention and individual and group programs Substance abuse treatment for HIV + individuals Rapid HIV testing Mon-Wed 10-7, Thursday-Friday 10-5, and Saturday STD Testing Center and Screening (check website for hours) 139 Ralph McGill Blvd NE Suite 301 Atlanta, GA Spanish Outreach Line - 8 -

10 Mental Health Community Service Boards Referrals for mental health, developmental disabilities, and/or addictive disease issues. Serves children, adolescents, and adults and offers a wide array of clinical and support services Dekalb CSB - PO Box 1648 Decatur GA Clayton Center - Behavioral Health Addictive Disease Gwinnett-Rockdale-Newton CSB Gwinnett Dr PO Box 687 Lawrenceville GA Cobb-Douglas CSB Community Friendship - Outpatient and residential treatment for patients suffering from mental health issues. Provides GED assistance, money management, bus route training, medication monitoring, and utilization of community resources. 85 Renaissance Parkway NE Atlanta GA Center for Torture and Trauma Survivors - Serve families impacted by torture as defined by the UN An act committed by a person acting under the color of law specifically intended to inflict severe physical or mental pain or suffering (other than pain or suffering incidental to lawful sanctions) upon another person within his custody or lawful control Immigrants welcome of any legal status Any age is appropriate Wraparound services (medical, social, psych, dental, nutrition, legal) Richard Health Center 445 Winn Way, Decatur, GA

11 Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Programs My Sister s House - Long term intensive residential program for women and women with children who are seeking recovery from chemical dependency, domestic violence, and other life-controlling problems. 921 Howell Mill Rd NW Atlanta GA Breakthru House - Long term residential treatment facility for women recovering from alcoholism and drug addiction Eastfield St Decatur GA Gilgal - The Life Exchange Center assists women who are battling with drug/alcohol addiction. Center houses a group of eleven women for months providing food, clothing, transportation, and other essentials as needed The Homeward Bound program provides supportive services food, shelter, clothing, spiritual enrichment, and comprehensive case management services in a clean, safe environment. 553 Mobile Ave SW Atlanta GA Mary Hall Freedom House - Freedom House offers both outpatient and residential treatment programs for women treat drug and alcohol addictions and mental health issues. Additional services include basic medical, dental, pediatrics, supportive housing services, day care and after school care, and employment assistance. 200 Hannover Park Rd Atlanta GA The Shepherd s Inn - Long term residential program for treatment of drug and alcohol addiction. 165 Alexander St NW Atlanta GA

12 Covenant Community Long-term residential treatment for substance abuse. CCI also provides food, transportation, medical, dental and legal referrals. 623 Spring St Atlanta GA House of Restoration 1145 Anne St Griffin GA Jefferson Place See Shelters Oakhurst Recovery Program - Long-term residential treatment program for homeless men with chemical dependency. 232 East Lake Dr Decatur GA Odyssey III - Provides daily meals, case management, mailroom, transitional housing (for adult males experiencing homelessness), transitional housing (for adult males diagnosed with mental illness and experiencing homelessness), employment counseling and placement. 276 Decatur St Atlanta GA Pay It Forward - Residential substance abuse program for men and women 3104D Buford Hwy Atlanta GA Potter s House - Long-term, Christ-centered, 180-bed residential recovery program for chemically addicted men who truly desire to change 655 Potter s House Rd Jefferson GA

13 Quest Supportive housing programs that service the special needs of homeless and/or low to mixed income populations. Core services include case management, educational training, vocational training, community resources linkage, and financial management services 895 Rock St NW Atlanta GA Salvation Army ARC - Residential housing, work, and group and individual therapy. Includes chemical dependency treatment, work therapy, GED classes. 740 Marietta St Atlanta GA Soul Changers - Long term residential 12 step rehabilitation program for chemical dependence 78 Oak St Hampton GA STAND Inc - Provides transitional housing, HIV testing and prevention services, substance abuse treatment programs, domestic violence programming Covington Hwy Decatur GA Trinity House Big Bethel - Residential transitional program designed to serve homeless men with issues regarding drug dependency. Also provides education and employment support services. 21 Bell St Atlanta GA Essence of Hope - Recovery residence for women

14 981 Byron Dr Atlanta GA Harbor Lights Program Short term residential and outpatient addiction treatment program for men and women. 400 Luckie St Atlanta GA Peachford House - Residential and outpatient treatment for addiction for men and women. Food, transportation and employment assistance also offered Peachwood Cir #4 Atlanta GA Turnaround - Residential addiction treatment program for men and women 2000 Clearview Ave Suite 208 Doraville GA St Jude s Recovery Center See Detoxification

15 Detoxification Cobb Douglas Stabilization Unit - Short term residential program to provide brief treatment for psychiatric problems and detoxification from drugs and alcohol 5400 S. Cobb Dr Smyrna GA Dekalb Regional Crisis Center - Provides outpatient crisis assessments and interventions in the least restrictive environment possible for consumers living in DeKalb, Fulton and Clayton counties. Offers services for psychiatric emergencies, temporary observation, stabilization and a mobile crisis unit. 450 Winn Way Decatur GA GRN Recovery Center - Short term residential program to provide treatment for mental health and substance abuse problems. Services include detoxification from drugs and alcohol. Spanish spoken 3005-A Lenora Church Rd Snellville GA Emergency Call Line Newport Integrated Behavioral Healthcare - The facility provides detoxification, methadone maintenance, and methadone detoxification services. The treatment center provides outpatient, partial hospitalization, and residential short-term treatment care. Spanish spoken Moseri Rd Decatur GA ext 227 or 225 St Jude s Recovery Center - Provides all clients with physical assessments, basic medical care, health/nutrition education, medication monitoring, and referrals to outside healthcare providers. Provides all clients with employment assistance. Short and long term residential programs, including halfway housing, family care housing and permanent housing. Provides detox services. 139 Renaissance Pkwy Atlanta GA

16 Methadone Maintenance Programs Alliance Recovery Center - Outpatient methadone treatment 209-B Swanton Way Decatur GA Southside Health Care Substance abuse treatment center 1039 Ridge Ave SW Atlanta GA Georgia Therapy Associates - Medical, psychiatric, and counseling services for patients with substance abuse. Specializes in addictions to morphine-type drugs Campbellton Rd SW Suite C-3 Atlanta GA GPA Treatment Inc - Methadone addiction treatment 4255 Chamblee-Tucker Rd Atlanta GA

17 Intimate Partner Violence Programs Partnership Against Domestic Violence hour crisis line Emergency shelter Community based services for those not in need of shelter Support groups and parenting groups Children and youth programs Supportive housing TANF assistance, legal advocacy, and food stamps P.O Box Atlanta, GA Fulton Crisis Line: Gwinnett Crisis Lin: Community Welcome House 24 hour crisis line Free room and board and an emergency shelter Comprehensive case management 13 Augusta Dr Newnan, GA Cherokee Family Violence Center Crisis Line Legal advocacy services to assist in filing emergency protection orders and accompanying/transporting victims to hearings and other court appearances Multi-cultural services for non-english speaking victims, especially Hispanics TANF assessment program and financial counseling Transportation services Childcare services and children s programs Household establishment assistance and transitional housing Life skills workshops P.O. Box 489 Canton, GA Crisis Line: Atlanta Union Mission 2 locations for emergency and transitional housing for women and children My Sister s House 921 Howell Mill Rd, NW Atlanta, GA Potter s House 655 Potter s House Rd Jefferson, GA Promise Place 24 hour crisis hotline

18 Emergency domestic violence shelter Support groups Legal advocacy Safety planning Children s programs 350 N. Jeff Davis Drive Fayetteville, GA Crisis Line: Securus House - Emergency shelter for battered women and their children Support group for women currently in abusive relationships and women who have been Legal advocacy 24-hour crisis line P.O. Box Morrow, GA Crisis Line: (SAFE)

19 Clothing Assistance Midtown Assistance Center Provides clothing and tools necessary to acquire jobs, especially in the healthcare, construction and food industries 30 Porter Place Northeast Atlanta, GA Big Bethel AME Church Run a help center that provides clothing to those in need 220 Auburn Ave NE Atlanta, GA Meals Lutheran Church of the Redeemer Food served Monday through Friday, 10:30-11:30 AM 731 Peach St NE Atlanta Georgia Liberty Baptist Church The Homeless Ministry s purpose is to provide food, shelter, and clothing to those in need. The ministry treats everyone with dignity and respect. The ministry offers breakfast and prayer to the homeless every first and third Saturday at 8 o'clock 395 Chamberlain St. SE Atlanta, GA Trinity United Methodist Church - Trinity Table provides meals to approximately 400 homeless people per week. Each week, a different church or organization brings 75 gallons of soup, 1200 sandwiches and volunteers for the Sunday afternoon meal. In addition to providing meals, other services include making clothing items available twice each month and providing legal assistance once each month through the Legal Clinic for the Homeless. 265 Washington Street, SW Atlanta, GA Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church The church provides hot meals on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11:15 AM to 12:30 PM. They do not serve children. 25 Boulevard NE Atlanta, GA Wheat Street Baptist Church 359 Auburn Ave. NE Atlanta, GA

20 Saint John the Wonder Worker Church - Daily feeding the poor Monday through Friday at 10-10:30AM and 2-2:30PM. All the Orthodox Churches of the city of Atlanta support the feeding of the poor and homeless of Atlanta through the food program. 543 Cherokee Ave. Atlanta, GA Community Concerns Intake Monday Friday from 8:30 a.m. 11:30 a.m Meal hours areas follows: Monday through Friday (4pm 5pm); Saturday (2pm 3pm); Sunday Breakfast 8:30am. Open to Odyssey III clients or those that present letter of homelessness Men and Women 150 Moore Street Southeast Atlanta, GA (404) Odyssey III See Substance Abuse Programs Legal Assistance Georgia Law Center for the Homeless - Provides legal services to the homeless in civil cases. This work includes preventing evictions, helping clients claim wages and benefits, dealing with family law issues, and increasing access to housing. 100 Edgewood Ave, Suite 1625 Atlanta, GA

21 Shelters/Transitional Housing Trinity House - Trinity House is a transitional housing program for formerly homeless men. It can accommodate up to 10 men at one time. During their stay, residents are expected to work on four basic areas toward the goal of self-sufficiency: Remain Drug and alcohol free: Approximately 85% of the residents in Trinity House are in some form of recovery. Securing employment: Residents are expected to secure employment within 30 days of entry into the program. Develop independent living skills: for example, residents are encouraged to accumulate $1000 before attempting to move out of Trinity House. Find Permanent Housing: As residents near the end of their stay, they must find affordable, permanent housing. 265 Washington Street, SW Atlanta, GA Task Force for the Homeless Emergency Overflow Shelter: The Task Force is committed to providing shelter and service to all individuals who need it. Our overflow shelter offers refuge to over 500 men nightly, acting as one of the most vital of services for those for whom no other programs are available. Providing emergency shelter beds allows us to immediately impact people s lives by providing a space for them to stay, and encouraging them to seek additional services through our Day Service Center for employment, housing and whatever needs they may have. Our Overflow Shelter is available to anyone seeking refuge from the streets, and is most often the first step in seeking additional services and resources. Resident Volunteer Program: Men who are looking to get off the streets and into homes of their own are encouraged to apply first for our Resident Volunteer Program. The RV Program serves 42 drug-free individuals who are given permanent bed and storage space in exchange for a commitment of 24 volunteer hours a week to the operations and security of our organization. Resident Volunteers work under the Task Force staff to learn the ins and outs of our programs and services, enabling them to act as leaders within the larger community of individuals who stay in our building. This is a three to six month program, often times resulting in placement into our Transitional Housing Program a program that lasts for up to two years. 477 Peachtree Street Atlanta, GA SHELTER HOTLINE: Atlanta Union Mission Emergency Shelter: Atlanta Union Mission provides emergency shelter to as many as 354 men, women and children at two separate campuses. Guests of the shelters are provided hot showers, clean clothes, nutritious food and a safe place to sleep. Guests also have access to social workers who make referrals to community resources for those seeking health care, addiction recovery or job help. Downtown Atlanta Shelter (The Shepherd's Inn) Howell Mill Road Campus (My Sister's House)

22 Contact: Men's Services: (404) Women and Children's Services: (404) Residential Recovery: Atlanta Union Mission's residential recovery program helps men and women overcome life-controlling issues such as addiction and abuse. The program focuses on spiritual enrichment along with individual and group counseling to address life-controlling issues. The program also offers educational classes, 12-step meetings, support groups, chapel and work therapy. Downtown Atlanta (The Shepherd's Inn) Northeast Georgia Campus (The Potter's House) Jefferson Place Howell Mill Road Campus (My Sister's House) Contact: Atlanta Men's Services: (404) Women and Children's Services: (404) Northeast Georgia Men's Services: (706) This shelter currently serves 50 men per night and runs year round. They provide clothing and a hygiene kit. Check-in by 1:30 PM with picture ID and SS card Jefferson St NW Atlanta, GA (404) Atlanta City Baptist Rescue Mission - baptist_rescue_ htm This mission of Douglasville s King s Way Baptist Church operates 7 days a week. It serves a maximum of 80 men per night, providing clothing, showers, chapel service, dinner and breakfast. 316 Peters St. SW Atlanta, GA Central Night Shelter Open November to March, doors open at 7 Men only, need to be referred by a homeless services agency Ability to hold bed for the next night Serves dinner Foot and Medical clinic on a weekly basis First stop center during the day Central Night Shelter 201 Washington Street Atlanta, GA Gateway Center See First Stop Centers Clifton Sanctuary Ministries Intake Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 10a-2p Men only Long term bed with aim to transition to permanent housing Work with residents to maintain health through education and transportation

23 369 Connecticut Avenue, NE Atlanta, Georgia Calvary Refuge Access is through Atlanta Task Force for the Homeless ( ) Men, Women, and children in a dorm-style setting Dinner provided Emergency Shelter and transitional housing 4265 Thurmond Rd PO Box 2464 Forest Park, Georgia Employment Atlanta Enterprise Center - Offer job preparation training and employment placement assistance 75 Peachtree Place NW Atlanta, GA Atlanta Workforce Development - Provide employment advising, job seeking assistance and training. Also have youth programs aimed at career and education development. 818 Pollard Blvd SW Atlanta, GA Samaritan House - Have a program aimed at getting clients ready for the workforce. Their services include skills workshops, employment counseling, housing assistance, computer and telephone access, as well as many other types of assistance. Maintain a clothing closet that contains both casual wear and business attire for job interviews 458 Edgewood Ave NE Atlanta, GA

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