COVID Assistance Hub

COVID-19 Fulton county 

emergency assitance hub

COVID-19 emergency Assistance Hub

Fulton County has allocated $10 million to nonprofits as part of the ongoing COVID-19 response. The agencies allotments will support services in the areas of homelessness, senior services, economic stability food assistance, and assistance for residents living in poverty, as well as food delivery to seniors.


The Department of Community Development is accepting competitive applications for supplemental sub-recipient funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) related to the coronavirus pandemic for HUD’s COVID-19 Cares Act Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG-CV) funding.

Applications are available June 23, 2020, and are due no later than 11:59 pm on July 6, 2020.

Applications must be submitted electronically to HomelessInfo@fultoncountyga.gov. Paper applications will not be accepted.

EMERGENCY SOLUTIONS GRANT COVID-19 GRANT FUNDING APPLICATION

A Technical Assistance Workshop will be hosted via Zoom on Tuesday, June 30, 2020, at 2 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

To participate:
•Log in at https://zoom.us/j/95917815486?pwd=VVhLWFJaSXlxWHhTWkI0Rjh0dFNuUT09 or call 1-929-205-6099 and follow the prompts.
•Meeting ID: 959 1781 5486
•Password: 873989

COVID-19

Food insecurity & Economic Assistance

Antioch Urban Ministries Inc.

  • Address: 540 Cameron Madison Alexander Blvd., NW, Atlanta, GA 30318
  • Phone #: 404-524-2704 
  • Website: www.antiochurban.org
  • Agency Description: Antioch Urban Ministries, Inc. (AUMI) provides housing and recovery services for men and women who are homeless and need assistance in managing their substance abuse and mental health challenges, and men and women who have been released from prison and/or on probation/parole.  Our program also has a housing component for those person's living with HIV/AIDS who are homeless

Buckhead Christian Ministry

  • Address: 2847 Piedmont Road, NE, Atlanta, GA 30305 
  • Phone #: 404-239-0038
  • Website: buckheadchristianministry.org/request-help/
  • Agency Description: Buckhead Christian Ministry (BCM) prevents hunger and homelessness for local families and low-income workers in a financial crisis. By meeting basic needs through our Emergency Assistance Program and providing access to life skills education and support services through our financial coaching and housing programs, BCM helps people in need achieve stability and regain self-sufficiency. Community volunteers assist BCM Case Managers in the delivery of services, bringing hope and compassion to those in need.

CaringWorks, Inc

  • Address: 2785 Lawrenceville Hwy, Decatur, GA 30033
  • Phone #: 404-371-1230
  • Website: caringworksinc.org
  • Agency Description: Founded in 2002, CaringWorks offers chronically homeless men, women and children access to housing, case management supports, comprehensive mental health treatment, and substance abuse services all under one roof.

City of Refuge, Incorporated

  • Address: 1300 Joseph E. Boone Blvd., Atlanta, GA 30314
  • Phone #: 404-874-2241 
  • Website: cityofrefugeatl.org
  • Agency Description: The City of Refuge's mission is to bring light, hope, and transformation to the Westside of Atlanta. For 22 years, the organization has provided life-saving resources that arrest crisis and restore self-respect.

Community Assistance Center

  • Address: 1130 Hightower Trail, Sandy Springs, GA 30350
  • Phone #: 770-552-4889
  • Website: ourcac.org
  • Agency Description: Community Assistance Center (CAC) the cornerstone of the human services network in Sandy Springs, leverages community resources and works in concert with other partner agencies to improve conditions caused by poverty, whether chronic or temporary. By providing the basic necessities of food and clothing as well as emergency financial assistance to families in need, CAC can prevent homelessness and mitigate food insecurity for many citizens. Our comprehensive evaluation of client needs and holistic approach in seeking solutions results in a plan to help individuals work to resolve their crisis and improve their economic status.

Covenant House Georgia, Inc.

  • Address: 1559 Johnson Road NW, Atlanta, GA 30318
  • Phone #: 404-589-0163
  • Website: www.covenanthousega.org 
  • Agency Description: Covenant House Georgia's (CHGA) first priority is to provide youth between the ages of 16 and 24 who are experiencing homelessness and escaping trafficking with a safe place off the streets. Our programs include street outreach, a community service center offering drop-in and supportive services, a crisis shelter and a transitional living program.

Hosea Feed the Hungry and Homeless, Inc

  • Address: 4779 Mindy Drive SW, Atlanta, GA 30336
  • Phone #: 404-755-3353
  • Website: 4hosea.org
  • Agency Description: Hosea Feed The Hungry and Homeless, Inc. (HFTH), d/b/a Hosea Helps, is one of the largest food banks in Georgia that directly services individuals and families at no charge. We distribute food monthly to at least 600 people that are homeless. We operate a weekly Food Pantry in which we distribute nutritious Food Boxes to individuals and families that will sustain a family of 4 up to 7 days. We distribute emergency food and water during times of disaster to more than 10,000 children and families.  We provide rent and utility assistance annually to at least 60 households to prevent homelessness.  We also provide case management, benefits planning, and employment assistance to keep families intact in their homes

Mary Hall Freedom House, Inc.

  • Address: 8995 Roswell Road, Atlanta, GA 30350
  • Phone #:  770-729-4481
  • Website: www.mhfh.org
  • Agency Description: Mary Hall Freedom House exists to empower women to end the cycle of addition, poverty, and homelessness for themselves and for their children. Mary Hall Freedom House achieves this mission by providing comprehensive services including but not limited to supportive housing, substance use disorder treatment, behavioral health services, mental health counseling, and workforce readiness and job placement support 

Midtown Assistance Center Inc

  • Address: 30 Porter Place, NE, Atlanta, GA 30308
  • Phone #: 404-681-5777
  • Website: midtownassistancectr.org
  • Agency Description: Since 1986, the Midtown Assistance Center, Inc. (MAC) has been providing emergency assistance to low income working Atlantans to prevent homelessness and hunger during periods of crisis. MAC's Homeless Prevention Program provides rent and utility assistance to low income working households at risk of eviction and utility disconnection so they can avoid eviction/ homelessness and the long term effects that could impact the entire family. We target those who are facing temporary crisis brought on by sickness, reduction in work income or job layoff. In addition to homeless prevention assistance, MAC offers assistance with non-perishable food items, MARTA transit passes for job interviews and new employment, work shoes required for employment, assistance obtaining Georgia identification, work appropriate clothing for men, and referrals for services provided by other organizations.

Nicholas House Inc

  • Address: 830 Boulevard SE, Atlanta, GA 30312
  • Phone #: 404-622-0793
  • Website: nicholashouse.org
  • Agency Description: The mission of Nicholas House, Inc. (NHI) is to help homeless families achieve self-sufficiency.  It does so by providing a temporary place to live while identifying and addressing the root causes of a family's homelessness so they may never become homeless again.  Nicholas House provides a continuum of different programs to provide services to homeless families at different stages of need and uniquely assists families of any composition.

North Fulton Community Charities Inc

  • Address: 11270 Elkins Rd, Roswell, GA 30076
  • Phone #: 678-640-0399
  • Website: nfcchelp.org
  • Agency Description: North Fulton Community Charities (NFCC) is the primary human services agency for residents in a five-city area of North Fulton. NFCC is dedicated to preventing homelessness and hunger and providing a path to self-sufficiency for low-income and underserved individuals and families in Alpharetta, Johns Creek, Milton, Mountain Park, and Roswell.

Our House Inc

  • Address: 173 Boulevard NE, Atlanta, GA 30312
  • Phone #: 404-522-6056
  • Website: ourhousega.org
  • Agency Description: The mission of Our House is to end the cycle of homelessness for families. In service of this mission, Our House provides quality, comprehensive support services to families experiencing homelessness through four main program areas: Early Childhood Education, Housing Services, Employment Readiness Training, and Family Services (case management). For children, our program aim is to prepare children experiencing homelessness for success in Kindergarten and beyond.  Our aim for adults is to provide the tools, resources, and support families need to overcome homelessness and attain self-sufficiency. Collectively, Our House programs wrap around the entire family, providing support to meet the family's needs holistically and to empower them to thrive.

Quality Living Services Inc

  • Address: 4001 Danforth Road, SW, Atlanta, GA 30331
  • Phone #: 404-699-1686
  • Website: qualitylivingservices.org
  • Agency Description: Quality Living Services, Inc., is a 501(c)3 non-profit, multipurpose senior center; dedicated to providing quality services and comprehensive programs to adults fifty years of age and older. The center seeks to support the independence and increased quality of life for participants by encouraging involvement in programs and services which promote their health, welfare, safety and dignity.

Solomons Temple Foundation Inc

  • Address: 2836 Springdale Rd SW, Atlanta, GA 30315
  • Phone #: 404-762-4641
  • Website: solomonstempleinc.org
  • Agency Description: Founded in 2014, Solomon's Temple Foundation, Inc. is a 501 (c) (3) not-for-profit organization dedicated to changing the face of homelessness.  Solomon's Temple was awarded its 501(c)(3) status on January 7, 2016.  Our mission is to eradicate homelessness by empowering women and their children to overcome life's challenges, realize their potential, define their own destiny, and become vital factors in the revitalization and sustainability of their community.

The Council on Aging Inc

  • Address: 215 Lakewood Way, SW, Atlanta, GA 30315
  • Phone #: 404-624-7560
  • Website: Fulton County Council on Aging Facebook Page 
  • Agency Description: Council on Aging, INc. (COA) is a community based, grassroots agency dedicated to improving the quality of life for the over 120,000 senior citizens (age 60 years and older) in North, Central and South Fulton County, Georgia. Agency goals are to educate, enroll, and connect low-income, isolated, under-served, uninformed and sometimes illiterate seniors and/or disabled adults to public benefits, services and entitlement programs which enable them to remain independently in their own homes and communities.

The Drake House Inc

  • Address: 10500 Clara Drive, Atlanta, GA 30075
  • Phone #: 770-587-4712
  • Website: www.thedrakehouse.org
  • Agency Description: The Drake House provides short-term crisis housing and an affordable housing program for single, homeless mothers and their children in North Fulton County. Our programs are designed to provide stability for the children and assist the family to reach self-sufficiency.

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CaringWorks, Inc

  • Address: 2785 Lawrenceville Hwy, Decatur, GA 30033
  • Phone #: 404-371-1230
  • Website: caringworksinc.org
  • Agency Description: Founded in 2002, CaringWorks offers chronically homeless men, women and children access to housing, case management supports, comprehensive mental health treatment, and substance abuse services all under one roof.

City of Refuge, Incorporated

  • Address: 1300 Joseph E. Boone Blvd., Atlanta, GA 30314
  • Phone #: 404-874-2241 
  • Website: cityofrefugeatl.org
  • Agency Description: The City of Refuge's mission is to bring light, hope, and transformation to the Westside of Atlanta. For 22 years, the organization has provided life-saving resources that arrest crisis and restore self-respect.

Mary Hall Freedom House, Inc.

  • Address: 8995 Roswell Road, Atlanta, GA 30350
  • Phone #:  770-729-4481
  • Website: www.mhfh.org
  • Agency Description: Mary Hall Freedom House exists to empower women to end the cycle of addition, poverty, and homelessness for themselves and for their children. Mary Hall Freedom House achieves this mission by providing comprehensive services including but not limited to supportive housing, substance use disorder treatment, behavioral health services, mental health counseling, and workforce readiness and job placement support 

Nicholas House Inc

  • Address: 830 Boulevard SE, Atlanta, GA 30312
  • Phone #: 404-622-0793
  • Website: nicholashouse.org
  • Agency Description: The mission of Nicholas House, Inc. (NHI) is to help homeless families achieve self-sufficiency.  It does so by providing a temporary place to live while identifying and addressing the root causes of a family's homelessness so they may never become homeless again.  Nicholas House provides a continuum of different programs to provide services to homeless families at different stages of need and uniquely assists families of any composition.

Covenant House Georgia, Inc.

  • Address: 1559 Johnson Road NW, Atlanta, GA 30318
  • Phone #: 404-589-0163
  • Website: www.covenanthousega.org 
  • Agency Description: Covenant House Georgia's (CHGA) first priority is to provide youth between the ages of 16 and 24 who are experiencing homelessness and escaping trafficking with a safe place off the streets. Our programs include street outreach, a community service center offering drop-in and supportive services, a crisis shelter and a transitional living program.

Solomons Temple Foundation Inc

  • Address: 2836 Springdale Rd SW, Atlanta, GA 30315
  • Phone #: 404-762-4641
  • Website: solomonstempleinc.org
  • Agency Description: Founded in 2014, Solomon's Temple Foundation, Inc. is a 501 (c) (3) not-for-profit organization dedicated to changing the face of homelessness.  Solomon's Temple was awarded its 501(c)(3) status on January 7, 2016.  Our mission is to eradicate homelessness by empowering women and their children to overcome life's challenges, realize their potential, define their own destiny, and become vital factors in the revitalization and sustainability of their community.

The Drake House Inc

  • Address: 10500 Clara Drive, Atlanta, GA 30075
  • Phone #: 770-587-4712
  • Website: www.thedrakehouse.org
  • Agency Description: The Drake House provides short-term crisis housing and an affordable housing program for single, homeless mothers and their children in North Fulton County. Our programs are designed to provide stability for the children and assist the family to reach self-sufficiency.

Our House Inc

  • Address: 173 Boulevard NE, Atlanta, GA 30312
  • Phone #: 404-522-6056
  • Website: ourhousega.org
  • Agency Description: The mission of Our House is to end the cycle of homelessness for families. In service of this mission, Our House provides quality, comprehensive support services to families experiencing homelessness through four main program areas: Early Childhood Education, Housing Services, Employment Readiness Training, and Family Services (case management). For children, our program aim is to prepare children experiencing homelessness for success in Kindergarten and beyond.  Our aim for adults is to provide the tools, resources, and support families need to overcome homelessness and attain self-sufficiency. Collectively, Our House programs wrap around the entire family, providing support to meet the family's needs holistically and to empower them to thrive.

Travelers Aid of Metropolitan Atlanta Inc

  • Address: 34 Peachtree Stree NW, Atlanta, GA 30303
  • Phone #: 404-574-1672
  • Website: hopeatlanta.org
  • Agency Description: With a vision to make homeless rare, brief, and non-recurring in our community, Travelers Aid of Metropolitan Atlanta, Inc. (dba HOPE Atlanta) provides a comprehensive approach to address homelessness and provide solutions that promote lifelong stability

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Fulton Atlanta Community Action Authority, Inc.

  • Address: 1690 Chantilly Drive, Atlanta, GA 30324
  • Phone #: 404-320-0166
  • Website: www.facaa.org
  • Agency Description: FACAA, a Community Action Agency, Inc. provides services to enable low-income citizens to achieve self-sufficiency.  The services provided by the agency include the following: Education Instruction; Skills Training, Personal Development, Homelessness Prevention, Supportive Services, Employment Related Assistance, Case Management and Community Education and Advocacy.

South Fulton Senior Services Inc

  • Address: 3680-82 College Street, College Park, GA 30337
  • Phone #: 404-559-0070
  • Website: sfssi.org
  • Agency Description: SFSS functions in order to assist eligible seniors achieve maximum independence in their own places of residence for as long as prudently possible. The agency facilitates client access to community resources, interface as liaisons, coordinate services, and monitor changes in care to produce cost-effective alternatives to admission in long-term care facilities.

The Council on Aging Inc

  • Address: 215 Lakewood Way, SW, Atlanta, GA 30315
  • Phone #: 404-624-7560
  • Website: Fulton County Council on Aging Facebook Page 
  • Agency Description: Council on Aging, INc. (COA) is a community based, grassroots agency dedicated to improving the quality of life for the over 120,000 senior citizens (age 60 years and older) in North, Central and South Fulton County, Georgia. Agency goals are to educate, enroll, and connect low-income, isolated, under-served, uninformed and sometimes illiterate seniors and/or disabled adults to public benefits, services and entitlement programs which enable them to remain independently in their own homes and communities.

Senior Services North Fulton Inc

  • Address: 11381 Sourthbridge Parkway, Alpharetta, GA 30022
  • Phone #: 770-993-1906
  • Website: ssnorthfulton.org
  • Agency Description: For nearly 30 years Senior Services North Fulton has been at the forefront of efforts to eliminate senior hunger and provide additional care and support to the region’s growing population of older adults. In addition to our Meals on Wheels program, we provide transportation to medical appointments and “quality of life trips” for home bound seniors, and we operate 7 senior centers that enrich the lives of hundreds of local seniors each week. Our agency is a resource for all senior-related care and support needs in the community.