Temple Night Shelter for the Homeless 1605 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta, GA30309 Temple Night Shelter for the Homeless is an arm of Atlanta's Jewish Temple that serves Atlanta's homeless population.…More The Temple is located on Peachtree Street just north of the intersection of Peachtree and Spring streets, near the intersection of Peachtree Street and I-85.
Jesus Place Inner City Mission 1076 Longley Ave NW, Atlanta, GA30318 Jesus Place sponsors a Sunday homeless outreach program offering food, clothing and worship; a program to help homeless…More men rejoin the community; an after-school program; a summer camp; sidewalk bible school for distressed communities in Atlanta; internships for college students; and services on Sunday mornings.
Fort Street Memorial United Methodist Church 562 Boulevard NE, Atlanta, GA30308 Fort Street Memorial Church stands proudly on Atlanta's Boulevard Street. For at least 40 years Fort Street United…More Methodist has been helping the community grow and stay strong. There are a number of ministries for hosting youth after school activities, feeding the homeless and more. Worship services are open to the public.
Atlanta Day Shelter for Women and Children 655 Ethel St NW, Atlanta, GA30318 The Atlanta Day Shelter is a refugue and support system for homeless women and children. The building and its…More administrators provide a safe, welcoming and professional environment. The shelter began in Atlanta in 1894 at a time when there were only night shelters and the only day shelters were for men. There is no residency in this shelter. Administrators keep a record of who is visiting and offer many programs to help the women become self-reliant. Through the Job Readiness Program, professional counselors, help from volunteers and corporate funding, most women gain a job that pays higher than minimum wage. The shelter has been at its current location since opening in 1984 and there is still room to serve more families in need.
Salvation Army 740 Marietta St NW, Atlanta, GA30318 Salvation Army is a thrift store where one can drop off donations of clothes, toys, furniture, decorations and other…More items or a place to purchase those items at reasonable prices. Profits go to help the homeless and fight drug abuse. Salvation Army is conveniently located on Marietta Street.
Rebuilding Together-Atlanta 1429 Fairmont St NW, Atlanta, GA30318 Rebuilding Together is a national organization dedicated to making good homes for people who truly need them. The idea…More started with a team in Midland, Texas in 1973 who reconstructed one neighbor's down-trodden home. In 1988 the national office in Washington, D.C. founded Rebuilding Together under the name, "Christmas in April." Now the organization has over 255 branches and rebuilds houses year-round. The Atlanta program focuses on Fulton county low-income, disabled and elderly residents. Renovations include home repairs, roof installation and handicap access additions. The team also refurbishes abandoned homes for the homeless. Atlanta Executive Director Jan Jordan says, "If a house is boarded up, we put a tenant in there." Projects are directly supported by volunteer workers, neighborhood leaders and corporate funds.