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Training to get GED, illiteracy program, work with at risk youth, college prep classes, computer training, Entrepreneur training, life skills enrichment classes. Referral then made to corresponding county’s Community Action Agency.
For out of pocket services on any service, please contact our office at either 404-378-2300 or by email.
Services Offered for adults ohnly: Adult Mental Health – general counseling and psychiatry Drug Abuse Treatment and Education Program (DATEP) – general substance recovery; and Opoid Maintenance Therapy (Methadone Maintenance). We also provide Food Bank supports to our clients,m as needed.
For Men, The Shepherd’s Inn is our largest facility serving as many as 425 homeless men every day. United Way Path Team is being utilized and Mercy Care for Mental Heath services.18 bedrooms provides shelter for babies under six months of age and their families; counseling, job readiness, clothing, and meals available.
The Shepherd’s Inn’s programs are designed to solve the problem of homelessness one person at a time. Women can use showers, Clothing Closet, Clinic and Dept. The state of Georgia and our efforts to assist in the coordination of services in our facilities will include the following: *Adult Education & Adult Competency * Executive Level Training and Placement Services *Residential Housing * Faith Based Training & Ministry.