Frequently asked questions
No, unfortunately we’re not. We will help shelter someone from the elements if space is available. There are no shelters in Gwinnett, but call us and see if we can help with information on other options around.
Some of the basic requirements are to have a valid GA. ID, be 30 days clean, capable of gainful employment, be willing to participate in daily accountability groups and weekly Church attendance. Call and find out more specific info and perhaps other type housing to connect with.
Actually, neither one. Our resident transition program is more transformational. This requires you being consistent with growth and achieving goals toward sustainability. More of a family related setting. There’s not a bunch of counselors, so you’ll have to know what it takes to make it happen. Strictly a 2nd step program, but you will find others here who offer you needed support and resources.
Relatedness brings about fulness. That means as we learn about each other, we can invest and improve your outlook and expectations. That’s a bit better – as you can feel more like a family member. There’s also job search support, money management, and effective decision making. But engaging in the meal sharing and daily devotions is where accountability and transparency help most.
After a 2 part interview, you may be eligible or accepted. There’s a $150 weekly program fee due at the beginning of each week, along with an equal amount initial Application fee (not a security deposit) due at Intake. Remember, this is a program.
We understand. At times we may have an indigent bed available. However you must first use our request page or call us (678) 752-8731 and check.
Certainly. We recieve many requests. Just need to know your specific goals and objectives, in order to help. Let us help you fit into a structured or specialized plan that’s best for you.
You must be able to call first and see if any openings, based on restrictions are currently available or other programs that can house you.