Atlanta Mission operates five shelters that provide the following services for homeless men, women and children:
The Shepherd’s Inn is our largest facility serving close to 3,000 men each year. We offer a warm place to sleep, a hot meal and an environment where our staff can engage each person to hear their story.
Fuqua Hall which provides transitional housing for men who have graduated from programs at The Shepherd’s Inn. Men are employed or enrolled in an educational program full-time and pay a minimal weekly fee to simulate rent payments.
My Sister’s House was the country’s first shelter serving homeless women and mothers with children. My Sister’s House offers a secure, stable environment where women and mothers with children can heal and overcome abuse, job loss, lack of education and other issues leading to homelessness.
On July 1, 2013, Atlanta Mission acquired The Atlanta Day Shelter for Women and Children. It provides daytime services to women and children. These services are offered to women and children from all overnight shelters across the city, and deliver daytime resources while providing a safe refuge.
The Potter’s House in Jefferson, Georgia. Located on a 550-acre working farm, combines discipleship with a 12-step program to help addicts achieve sobriety