The Outreach team is dedicated to connecting individuals suffering from homelessness with a patchwork of supportive services and resources. The Outreach team focuses on building trust in the community and bringing awareness to resources available in the City of Atlanta.
This innovative collaborative transitional housing initiative is executed by Housing Plus, Inc., United Way, and many other agencies in the local Atlanta community to increase access to affordable housing and services in an effort to end homelessness in Greater Atlanta. This program provides case management and other supportive services to increase the stability of each individual experiencing homelessness.
Housing Plus, Inc. is partnered with Project Community Connections, Inc., a rapid rehousing agency in the city of Atlanta, to help provide support to families who have experienced family violence. The Mobile Care Advocate works with families to address past trauma, and create goals to further increase stability and progress.
Housing Plus Inc.'s Frontline Team helps to connect individuals with income experiencing homelessness to permanent housing. The Frontline Team addresses barriers and mediates the landlord-tenant relationship to promote stability for individuals staying on the streets or in shelters.
Housing Plus, Inc.'s case management program is a collaborative process of assessment, planning, facilitation, care coordination, evaluation and advocacy for options and services to meet our clients' and family’s comprehensive health needs through communication and available resources to promote patient safety, quality of care, and cost effective outcome.
Through Housing Plus Inc.'s partnership with the Victims Legal Assistance Network, we are able to promote stability with families that have experienced family violence. The connection with Legal Partners throughout the state of Georgia has allowed Housing Plus Inc.'s reach to expand statewide and to promote stability to families in crisis.
Housing Plus has expanded to assisting families in the Clayton County School District who are experiencing homelessness. The long-term goal of Kids Home Initiative is to connect school-aged children and their families with safe and stable housing in their school of origin to eliminate disruptive moves that hinder children from graduating, while providing their families with all the tools needed to thrive.
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Atlanta, GA 30307