All the below presented housing options provide two meals a day.
Cold Weather Shelter
Family Emergency Program – shelter
Supportive Emergency Program – shelter and supportive services
Re-entry Program – shelter
Special Needs – transitional housing and supportive services
Savings Program – transitional housing
Harbor Light Drug Treatment – residential addiction treatment
Rapid Re-Housing – assistance with obtaining permanent housing or maintaining current housing through financial assistance or referrals to the Furniture Bank if needed.
Family Transitional Program – transitional housing
Veterans on the Move – transitional housing
Major Bob and Captain Kathy Parker, Corps Officers Metro Atlanta Area Command
Cold Weather Shelter – doesn’t allow intoxicated individuals
Emergency Shelter – requires a valid form of identification
Family Emergency Program – applicant must be the head of household and have a documented proof of custody of children as well as a valid form of identification
Supportive Emergency Program – must present two forms of identification and have an income or sponsorship
Re-entry Program – must be referred by the State Board of Pardons and the Paroles Housing Coordinator
Savings Program – must present two forms of identification and have an income
Harbor Light Drug Treatment – must have qualifying paperwork prior to entry and complete a screening interview
Family Transitional Program – applicants must be head of households with documented proof of custody of children and must have income. Married couples must provide a marriage certificate.
Veterans on the Move – must be referred through the Veterans Administration Homeless Program
Please Note: These services may be provided directly or as guidance assistance by the shelter. Please contact the shelter to get more information.