but there's a way out of this cycle. In fact, at Georgia CALLS, we've helped reunite 40 children with their parents this past year.
One of the most effective ways to create positive change in a community is to restore a broken or homeless family. It's our mission to walk with our homeless neighbors and teach them how to permanently change their mindsets and overcome poverty.
...one life at a time. While we provide immediate support for our homeless neighbors, our ultimate goal is to build better communities. Through counseling, mentoring, skill-building and steady work, our program works.
Our pathway to rebuilding families is grounded on evidence-based practices that are proven to work.
In fact, in our first year of operation, we helped reunite over 40 kids with their parents through our CHANCE program.
Georgia CALLS is a 501c3 faith-based organization with a heartfelt calling to help rebuild and reestablish families experiencing the hardship of homelessness, in all its forms. We are a place where participants of the program can get a full-time job, needs assessment, counseling, childcare, life-skills education and more. Our team consists of pastors, educators, technology leaders, social workers and more. Find out more about Georgia CALLS
If you’re homeless, 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. Your family deserves the chance to thrive.
Or, apply now to join us in the program by filling 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
1 in every 30 kids in the U.S. is homeless² and an estimated 60% of homeless families in Gwinnett County are children.³
"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 understand
ing 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
From 2012 to 2013, the number of children experiencing homelessness annually in the U.S increased by 8% nationally4
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!
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”.
Join us for a special event and get to know Georgia CALLS. Coming soon: Career Fair, 5k Race for Restoration and more Fall activities. You’re invited to get to know Georgia CALLS & our amazing participants.