Comprehensive & Individualized Services
Collaborative community partners and the networking opportunities offered through the 100’s of volunteers make this program a success.
Homeless Assistance & Prevention Program
Identifies and coordinates a single point of entry by working with households at risk of becoming homeless, providing qualified applicants with utility and rental assistance.
Provides shelter, food, and case management services for homeless families in Savannah. This all-inclusive approach equips families in Savannah with the skills to find stable housing.
New Lease on Life
Short –term independent housing units for transitioning families who are ready to live independently yet require additional time and service to achieve total self-sufficiency.
Includes a variety of tools and strategies for helping families facing homelessness identify immediate alternate housing, and if necessary, connecting them with services and financial support to help them return to permanent housing.
Shelter & Meals
Families and their children enjoy home-cooked nutritious meals in a safe home-like environment.
Families utilize the Day Center’s address and phone as a point of contact for potential employers and landlords and to tend to personal needs.
Individuals receive transportation to school, work, and scheduled appointments.
A Case Manager is assigned to help families develop a self-sufficiency plan; their road map to independence.
After school teachers and Foster Grandparents provide support for parents so that the children’s educational, social and emotional needs are met.
Enrichment and Counseling
Helps equip participants with the skills necessary to overcome the stresses that led to homelessness.
Short term independent housing units for families who are ready to live independently yet require additional time and services to achieve total self-sufficiency.
Comprehensive support services to help families avoid an initial or a repeat episode of homelessness. This program provides Case Management, Career Building, Financial Literacy, Good Tenancy, Health/Wellness/Nutrition, and Therapeutic Parenting Classes to families who have completed our shelter program and to those who are seeking shelter.