Homeless Services

Human Services

Homeless Services

Homeless Services

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 July 22, 2020, and are due no later than 11:59 pm on August 7, 2020.

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

Coordinated Entry Services Lead Organization Application

Applications are due by 11:59 p.m., on August 7, 2020. 

Applicants can submit questions to HomelessInfo@fultoncountyga.gov
The Homeless Division will host a Technical Assistance Zoom call on Thursday, July 30, 2020, from 11 a.m. - 12 p.m.

Meeting ID: 925 5390 3686 and Passcode: 242265
Dial by your location: 1-929-205-6099


Fulton County Issues Notice of ESG and CDBG Substantial Amendment to the FY 2019 Annual Action Plan For Cares Act Funds 

An Update from the Department of Community Development’s Homeless Division 

Due to Fulton County facility closures related to the COVID-19 health emergency, Fulton County Department of Community Development’s Homeless Division and Fulton County’s Homeless Assessment Centers have modified their operating hours and the service delivery models. 

The Fulton County Homeless Division staff is working remotely until further notice. Citizens can contact Fulton County Continuum of Care Homeless Assessment Centers.

North Fulton Homeless Assessment Center (North Fulton Community Charities, 11270, Elkins Rd., Roswell, GA 30076).
Service Update

  • Staff is working remotely and citizens who require services should call 770-640-0399.
  • The food pantry services have been moved to a drive-thru option.
  • Food pantry orders have been placed online.
  • Existing NFCC Clients should complete the Food Pantry Order Form.
  • New families to NFCC should use the Get Help Form for all services including food.
  • Emergency financial assistance for housing or utilities has been moved online ONLY.
  • Clients should also complete an Appointment Request Form for any emergency financial assistance.


South Fulton Assessment Center (137 Peachtree Street, Atlanta, GA 30303)

Service Update

  • Staff is working remotely. Citizens who require services should call the South Fulton Assessment Center’s Coordinated Intake line at 404-612-0720 or 404-612-0137  for an initial telephone assessment or complete the online assessment form. In-person meetings will be scheduled on an as-needed basis. 

Hope Atlanta (Coordinated Intake Homeless Outreach Activities)
Hope Atlanta is currently open and providing homeless outreach in North and South Fulton. Citizens who require services should contact Hope Atlanta at 404-817-7070 or email info@hopeatlanta.org.     
The Fulton County Homeless Team is committed to helping our most vulnerable citizens with assistance continuing throughout this crisis. 

If you need immediate assistance and are not able to reach a representative, please call the United Way at 211.

The Fulton County Homeless Division Assessment Centers service Fulton County citizens who reside in Fulton County outside of the City of Atlanta. 

If you are located in the City of Atlanta, please click here to access Coordinated Entry Assessment locations in Atlanta.

Or, contact the United Way at 2-1-1 for assistance throughout metropolitan Atlanta.

 


 

  

Reducing Homelessness in Fulton County, GA

 

The Fulton County Department of Community Development partners with more than 40 organizations to provide services for homeless individuals and families.

Homelessness is a complex issue that affects communities across the nation. Fulton County is committed to solutions to support people experiencing homelessness and provide long-term solutions through a three-pronged approach:

 

  1. Collaboration—with all of the local agencies and non-profits serving homeless populations we will know what we are all doing, avoid duplication and work as one system vs. silos.
  2. Leading with service. Ultimately the way to reduce homelessness will be to help people get well and find housing, followed by jobs and services needed to keep them in their housing.
    Our goal is to reduce the number of people experiencing homelessness and to provide an effective and efficient system to get them help/housed.
  3. Maximizing Existing Services. Seeking new ideas for creating a more efficient system of helping people, with Police and Courts playing important leadership roles.