EWW is a non-profit learning center providing a safe, therapeutic, and supportive environment for homeless women recovering from alcohol and drug dependency, in transition from the penal systems, recovering from domestic violence, or living in poverty. EWW gives these women an opportunity to develop financial independence and solid and transferable work skills to strengthen their sense of self-confidence. For more information on how you can assist these women, email the Local Outreach Ministry or view the Every Woman Works website.
Each year Mount Pisgah joins with others churches and community partners to build a home for a deserving family through Habitat for Humanity. This year we will build our 21st house for a family that has never had the privilege of owning their own home. The date for this year’s Ecumenical Build is yet to be determined. For more information on Habitat for Humanity – North Central Georgia, visit their website, www.atlantahabitat.org.
HomeStretch gives homeless parents and their children a safe and comfortable place to live while simultaneously helping them address the root causes of their situation and return to a life of self-reliance and stability. When they graduate from HomeStretch, the families have a strong grasp on their finances, have reduced insurmountable debt and have accumulated savings. Many have even increased their income through job skills training and improved employment. They are always looking for family and budget mentors as well as many other volunteer opportunities For more information you can email Carol Swan at email@example.com or visit Homestretch.org.
Restoration ATL was created to help redefine local missions in the city. The leaders of RATL (pronounce rattle–as in Ez 37:7) were not interested in starting another mission opportunity in the city for those in the suburbs to drive in, drop off, and drive away–creating a transaction-like experience. No, our desire was to create an environment where being with was valued over doing for–which in turn would lead to transformation for all. For more information, please contact Francella Perryman
The Drake House is a crisis residential assessment center for homeless women and children in the North Fulton area providing immediate housing combined with an empowerment program designed to provide stability for the children and assist the family in working toward self sufficiency. Volunteer in the following areas: office, food pantry, tour/orientation for new residents, child care, special event assistant, donation coordinator, tutors and teachers for life skills classes. For more information, visit thedrakehouse.org.
Street Grace is a faith – based organization leading faith communities, organizations, and individual volunteers on a comprehensive path to end Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking (DMST) in Metro Atlanta and throughout the United States. DMST is sexual activity in which there is a promise of the exchange of something of value to a child or another person(s) for sex with that child. For more information, contact Local Outreach.
This program securely houses and serves survivors of DMST (Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking) with a focus on trauma therapy, education, life skills, and confidence. Wellspring Living is focused on helping DMST victims and the vulnerable develop the courage to move forward and the confidence to succeed in life. For more information, email Local Outreach.