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Gateway Center Atlanta

This agency is designed to serve as the gateway to the continuum of care that helps individuals move out of homelessness. The Gateway Center is a collaborative effort. The Gateway is a program facility (with beds attached to the programs) designed to help persons become "unhomeless." The Center also provides basic therapeutic services including showers, lockers, a clothing closet, access to telephones, and laundry facilities. In addition, the Center has an on-site primary care medical clinic operated by Saint Joseph's Mercy Care Services, a Department of Labor career center, and a chapel.
Areas served: Clayton, Cobb, DeKalb, Douglas, Fulton, Gwinnett, Rockdale

Other services provided: Alcoholism Counseling, Baggage Check Facilities, Bathing Facilities, Career Counseling, Central Intake/Assessment for Alcohol Abuse, Central Intake/Assessment for Drug Abuse, Central Intake/Assessment for Psychiatric Services, Classroom Training, Community Clinics, Comprehensive Job Assistance Centers, Drug Abuse Counseling, Ex-Offender Employment Programs, General Clothing Provision, General Legal Aid, General Medical Care, Homeless Advocacy Groups, Homeless Drop In Centers, Identification Cards, Job Interview Training, Job Readiness, Job Search Resource Centers, Job Search Techniques, Laundry Facilities, Long Term Case/Care Management, Resume Preparation Assistance, Shoes, Specialized Information and Referral for Homeless Individuals, Telephone Facilities, Transitional Housing/Shelter for Ex-Offenders, Transitional Housing/Shelter for Homeless Mentally Ill, Transitional Housing/Shelter for Homeless Veterans, Transitional Housing/Shelter for Men, Transitional Housing/Shelter for Single Parent Families Headed by Mothers, Transitional Housing/Shelter for Women, Vocational Assessment, Worship Services

The curfew for all program clients is 8pm. Under special circumstances, clients may work with their case manager to approve unique scheduling requests.

Showers are available to male residents and walk-ins 24 hours a day, except during scheduled cleanings and from 1-3pm when women and children shower. Occasionally unplanned emergencies may also reduce capacity.

We provide all program clients with two meals per day:
    Breakfast, served 5:30 - 6:30am, and
    Dinner, served 6:00 - 7:00pm
In addition, we provide lunch meals to certain program clients per contract specifications.
From time to time local faith groups and community agencies may offer meals through the Gateway Center. In this event, all residential and non-residential clients are invited to take part on a first come, first serve basis.

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  1. Uneasy

    Answer posted on Jun 2, 2021 0

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  1. No

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  1. 2-3 weeks

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2 Comments

  1. Ewa
    Ewa
    Jan 18, 2019Reply
    if they learn to talk to people in a respectable way. it might work people with all kinds of mental issues that need bearing degrees intervention and that goes a long ways toward separating who's who down the long chains of transient people.
  2. Howard
    Howard
    Mar 28, 2020Reply
    Some of the staff were very rude to us homeless women i would never go there again.They should also have women there it's only for men. They were no help for me and my kids plus they didn't even try to help me find a shelter to stay at. All they did was took my name and put it on a waiting list for housing that takes 3 months to get in so i would have to stay in the streets for 3 months with my kids. Security officers were also rude. No help in Atlanta at all for homeless women or kids.

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