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Our Mission

Ending an Epidemic

The mission of Housing Plus, Inc. is to end homelessness in the City of Atlanta, by providing case management and housing support to individuals in the community. Founded in June of 2018, Housing Plus Inc. brokers a variety of services in the City of Atlanta to provide a network of care for individuals suffering from the homelessness epidemic. 


On a given night in 2018, 553,742 people experienced homelessness in the U.S.  Between October 1, 2016, and September 30, 2017, an estimated 950,497 people used an emergency shelter or transitional housing program. Furthermore, On a single night in 2018, an estimated:

  • 180,413 people in families, including children, experienced homelessness.
  • 372,417 single individuals experienced homelessness.
  • 88,640 individuals had chronic patterns of homelessness.
  • 37,878 veterans experienced homelessness.


Housing Plus, Inc., wielding evidence-based practices and procedures, the help of a variety of local community leaders and agencies, and financial support from monetary or in-kind donations from the community, seeks to pave the way for a world in which everyone has access to a roof over their head and the resources they need to prosper. 



The Need

The National Alliance to End Homelessness' "State of Homelessness in America" report charts progress in ending homelessness in the United States. Using the most recently available national data, it is intended to serve as a reference for policymakers, journalists, advocates, and the public on trends in homelessness, homeless assistance, and at-risk populations at the national and state levels.  


For more information, click the link below. 

The Report

Housing First Model

Permanent Housing

Housing Plus, Inc. prioritizes providing permanent housing to people experiencing homelessness, thus ending their homelessness and serving as a platform from which they can pursue personal goals and improve their quality of life. 

Client Autonomy

Our work is based on the understanding that client choice is valuable in housing selection and supportive service participation, and that exercising that choice is likely to make a client more successful in remaining housed and improving their life.

Optional Support

We view housing as the foundation for life improvement and enable access to permanent housing without prerequisites or conditions beyond those of a typical renter. Supportive services are offered to support people with housing stability and individual well-being, but participation is not required.