Metro Atlanta Task Force for the Homeless
Our mission at the Task Force for the Homeless is to advocate with and to represent the dignity and rights of people who are homeless in our society towards the goal of preventing homelessness and seeking appropriate and affordable housing and services for all.
Programs of the Task Force include: -24-Hour Homeless Assistance Hotline -Transportation -Overflow Shelter -Drop In Center -Transitinal Housing -Day Service Center.
Our Day Service Center offers a wide variety of resources and assistance for men, women, and children in the metro Atlanta area. Staffed with a team of 6 case workers, the Center assists individuals in obtaining permanent, affordable housing and livable-wage employment, as well as providing workshops, job training and employment referrals, vision screenings, addiction recovery placement, assistance with social security or securing IDs, HIV testing, referrals for medical and psychiatric care, or simply respite from the elements. Counselors work with clients who have a variety of needs, such as those who have recently relocated to Atlanta, those with disabilities or who need addiction treatment, veterans, or those who may be facing eviction.