Lack of affordable housing, a difficult economy, and the high cost of living have left many people without a roof over their heads. Many of Georgia's homeless work full-time yet cannot afford housing, and thousands of families struggle to pay rent.
Our knowledgeable staff work with clients to give them assistance and skills they need to maintain their households or find new housing that is safe and affordable. They provide prevention, stabilization, and case management services to ensure that housing is sustained and families can work towards other family career and educational goals.
For more information about our emergency housing assistance program in your county, call your local Human Resource Development Center.