serves all veterans helping with paperwork and available housing and 5 months' rent/utilities.
Service for HIV/AIDS individuals and family: Transitional Housing.
Call the main office for various of services such as housing, energy assistance and weatherization.
The Salvation Army offers shelter, food, spiritual and physical care for people in need. Our shelters are designed to attend to the total needs of the individual and are meant to be a safe resting place to help residents get back on their feet. To be housed the first night, each prospective resident at The Center of Hope must have a picture ID. After the first night, individuals who want to stay additional nights will need to get a shelter clearance from the Richmond County Sheriff’s office located at 400 Walton Way. Although clients are allowed eight free nights of stay, case management is available for extended stays based on progress to stability. The goal of case management is to go from being homeless to being stably housed. Emergency Overnight Shelter: Each client receives 8 free nights every month. These do not have to be consecutive nights. - Any additional nights are $7 per night. No cash; money orders only. Refunds will not be issued for unused nights. May pay for 1 week at the time. - Single Women and Women w/ children’s Emergency Shelter: Line begins at 4pm, check-in begins at 4:30pm until 9pm. Dinner at 5pm. Check-out at 8am. - Men’s Emergency Shelter: Line starts at 4:30pm, bed tickets distributed at 5:00pm. Check-in with bed ticket 6pm to 9pm. Dinner at 5:30pm. Check-out 8am. - Family Shelter: Line begins at 430pm, check in at 5pm. Dinner at 5:30pm Check-out 8am. ** For more information, or to set up an appointment with a case worker to find out more about our 369 program, please call 706.826.7933.
Intake and referrals, info source for homeless and local bus tickets: assistance for food/rent/utilities.
Our mission is to provide emergency food and shelter, a safe clean environment, love, compassion, and Spirit filled preaching for men to receive the Gospel of Jesus Christ. We are the largest emergency homeless shelter in the CSRA! We have a Men's Division that houses 50+ men.
Food pantry, limited financial service for rent/utilities.
Assistance with food, clothing, prescriptions, and long distance transportation.
Referrals, health clinic, financial assistance for food, clothing, rent/utilities if funds available.
Rent or utility assistance on a one time basis for families with dependent children.
Services in rent,utility,medical supplies and prescription assistance for women currently with cancer.
Specialists trained to find the best treatment solutions at little to no cost. Call for location and rates for rehab.
Since 1992, we have served over 1500 women in the state of Georgia with substance use and mental health challenges. For former GA residents ONLY suffering from substance abuse/mental health disorders
Homebuyer, budget and credit counseling