made for everyone
At Partners for HOME, we believe everyone deserves a place to call home. That's why we work with City of Atlanta stakeholders to ensure housing opportunities are made for every one of our neighbors, especially those impacted by homelessness and housing instability. Through strategic coordination and collaboration, we develop a comprehensive response to ending homelessness in the City of Atlanta.
Key Partners in Homeless Response
Atlanta Housing Authority provides affordable housing resources for nearly 27,000 low-income households comprised of approximately 46,000 people.
Housing Voucher Provider
Under the administration of Mayor Andre Dickens, Partners for HOME works with the City of Atlanta to devise homeless response strategies to mover Atlanta forward.
City of Atlanta
Human Services Department
Gateway Center leads coordinated entry efforts for the Atlanta Continuum of Care, as well as operates Evolution Center, low-barrier shelter for people experiencing homelessness.
Homeless Service Provider
Open Doors connects direct service providers with rental properties that house individuals and families who are experiencing homelessness in the City of Atlanta.
Project Community Connections, Inc. serves as the rental assistance intermediary between CoC clients and landlords.
Project Community Connections
The United Way of Greater Atlanta's Regional Commission on Homelessness unites Metro Atlanta funders and service providers to end homelessness.
The PSH Pipeline was launched in 2017 to create 550 new permanent supportive housing (PSH) units in the City of Atlanta. Funds were supported by Invest Atlanta and the United Way of Greater Atlanta’s Regional Commission on Homelessness. HomeFirst initiative.