HOPE Center for homeless - Carrollton, GA

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415 Newnan Rd.
Carrollton, GA 30117
: (770) 834-4007
: www.impactwestga.org
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    2018-12-07 20:43:48
    I have participated in the magnificent program offered by the Hope Center and I can honestly say that my life has improved because of the way that they showed each one of us to be considerate of finances, home, hygiene, faith, and everyone we come in contact with. The facility offers a real home atmosphere and counseling is always available. Success is the unfoldment of self awareness and respect for the upkeep of home and finances. I can't say enough to prove my gratitude for the entire staff and the people that give support to the program. I went from jobless and homeless to having a job and a place of my own. I show good character and help others within my ability. This is what a "Man of HOPE" does and I am forever fortunate for what was provided for my improvement.

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Unlike traditional homeless shelters and services, HOPE is a place Men can call home, live with dignity, have access to support services, and focus on rebuilding their lives and returning to independent living. 

HOPE serves the west Georgia area and is located at 415 Newnan Rd. Carrollton, GA 30117. It opens Monday - Saturday at 6 p.m. and Sundays at 1 p.m. 770.834.4007

HOPE Center is a communal home and transition program for homeless men where men may live with dignity while they work toward transitioning back into their own homes and independent living. HOPE Center provides a safe, drug and alcohol free, home-like environment; all basic necessities, including hygiene products, haircuts, bathing and laundry facilities, clothing and three meals a day; supportive services and a transition program for Men of HOPE so they can focus on obtaining and maintaining full-time employment, saving income, and making the transition.

HOPE Center assists an average of 65 to 70 men annually. 80% of these men who complete the program make a successful transition, defined as maintaining employment and living independently for a period of one year after leaving the Center.

Volunteers Requests by HOPE Center for homeless: We need volunteers: Dinner providers, Drivers, Needs Drive Organizers. Dinner providers prepare (or order) dinner for the 13 Men of HOPE once a month. Dinner providers may cook at HOPE Center and eat with the Men of HOPE or they may drop off a prepared meal. Drivers use the Impact van to shuttle Men of HOPE to and from appointments/work etc. We need drivers daily, so drivers may choose how often they drive. Needs drive organizers work in the community to collect items that Men of HOPE consume, such as cleaning supplies, soap, and men's underwear and socks.

Donation Requests by HOPE Center for homeless: With 13 men in the Center at one time, we consume a lot of lunch meat, laundry detergent, bleach, cleaning products, bar soap, razors, shaving cream, toothpaste, shampoo, men's underwear, and men's socks.

Shelter Information Last Update Date: 2020-03-10

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