Two Conferences presently support temporary housing programs. Both houses serve female clients and support them in their desire to take active steps in changing and improving their life situations.
House of Dreams
Located in Smyrna, this program opened its doors on November 10, 2001. The program strives to assist homeless women who demonstrate the willingness and ability to break the cycle of homeless by aggressively addressing the factors that caused their situation. The program includes education and mentoring along with practical life skills coaching so that the women can achieve a greater level of self-respect, dignity and independence.
For more information, call 770-425-2939
St. Michael’s House
Located in Kennesaw, this housing program provides a safe shelter for homeless women and their children who are 12 years of age and younger. Residents receive assistance with food, clothing and other basic needs while residing in the house. Mentors with a variety of backgrounds are able to provide the participants with the education and tools to make life-changing directions in their journey toward greater independence.
If you are interested in volunteering or making a donation please contact John O’Sullivan at 770-367-0168.