Women with children are the fastest growing homeless group in our area. Chattanooga Room in the Inn provides housing and services at no charge, giving them the time they need to get back on their feet.
New Beginnings empowers survivors and mobilizes community awareness and action to end domestic violence.
The Foundation of Goodness aims to bridge the gap between urban and rural life in Sri Lanka, by fighting poverty through our unique rural development model.
The Curbside Chronicle is Oklahoma’s street paper created to provide both a voice and employment opportunities for people who are experiencing and at risk of homelessness. In addition to providing a source of income, the Curbside Chronicle works with vendors to break down barriers to traditional employment and develop time management, money management and social skills. Street papers like The Curbside Chronicle enable people to earn enough money to get into housing and end their homelessness.
The Refuge is a temporary emergency shelter program. It is designed to assist homeless individuals and families that reside in Lapeer County and who are ready, willing and able to transition out of homelessness.
Atlanta Habitat enables families to thrive by taking a comprehensive, targeted neighborhood revitalization approach. We are engaged in key conversations about affordable housing policy both locally and nationally.
Shatterproof is leading many programs to help reduce the stigma of addiction, improve treatment quality and access, and save lives.
We are an Unusual Running Club that uses the power of running to improve the lives of those who are at risk of homelessness and addiction.
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