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Creating safer communities, restoring families and changing futures by empowering the homeless and unemployable.

Georgia CALLS is a 501c3 (nonprofit) organization with the mission to help rebuild and reestablish families in distress. We operate in the North Gwinnett/South Hall County area to help those families recover from homelessness and lack of employment by teaching job skills, helping to provide steady employment, leading them through our unique personal development program, providing personalized case management, and helping to acquire stable housing. We are 5 years into building a brand new approach that helps solve the problem instead of just meeting short-term needs. Our goal is not just to meet needs but to change lives and restore families.


How Can I Get Help?

We’d love to hear from you and get you on the road to restoration. Call us today at 678-251-4225 and speak with one of our program team members to get started. Hope is right around the corner.

Or, apply now to join us in the program by filling out an application.


Fill Out an Application

“Do not neglect to do good and to share what you have, for such sacrifices are pleasing to God.” — Hebrews 13:16

How Can I Get Involved?



We believe that this is a community effort and we have a variety of opportunities for you and the whole family to volunteer with Georgia CALLS. We invite you to put your faith into action and serve with us!

 Volunteer with Us



We have several great opportunities to support Georgia CALLS financially. Sponsor a room, sponsor the 5k Race for Restoration this summer or help us build out our new “Dream Campus Project”.

 Give to Georgia CALLS


Attend an Event

Join us for a special event and get to know Georgia CALLS. Coming soon: Career Fair, the 5k Race for Restoration and more summer activities. You’re invited to get to know Georgia CALLS and our amazing participants.

 See Upcoming Events

What People Are Saying

"This program is changing me and my life in so many amazing ways. I love being in a place that everyone wants to help me. I get support, love, and understanding on a daily basis." Jess Toney, Participant
“Georgia CALLS is now going to be a model not only for (other) pilot sites but for other non-profits in the community and for non-profits across the state and the nation.” Renée Snead, Deputy Director, Governor’s Office of Transition, Support and Reentry

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