The mission of Mary Hall Freedom Village, Inc. (MHFV) is to empower women, children, veterans, and families to end the cycle of homelessness, addiction, and poverty.
HAPPY ANNIVERSARY MARY HALL FREEDOM VILLAGE
Greetings and blessings to All who have supported and shared the mission of Mary Hall Freedom House these past 24 years. As we celebrate our Anniversary this month it was on June 1, 1996 I opened the doors to our first 2 clients. Here we are 24 years later serving 250 participants and 80 children across 7 programs throughout metro Atlanta. GOD is Awesome! Transforming the lives of over 15,000 individuals not to mention families and communities. Again I say GOD is AWESOME. So what’s next? We are changing our name to Mary Hall Freedom Village and looking forward to our 25th Anniversary. Throughout these trying times we strive to continue breaking the cycle of homelessness, addiction, mental illness and poverty. THANK YOU for your prayers, support and partnership in changing the world one life at a time. May GOD's blessings be unto you and yours one day at a time.
Founder & CEO
Mary Hall Freedom Village, Inc. Has partnered with Fulton County to distribute the First Wave of Covid-19 Relief Funding to county residents. Mary Hall Freedom Village will provide homeless support services, food, rental, mortgage, utility payments, and transportation assistance to individuals and families who reside in Fulton County and have been affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.
An application for emergency assistance can be downloaded here or requested at Covid19Assistance@mhfh.org. Please complete the application and provide the required documentation to support your request for emergency assistance. Every applicant will receive a response upon receipt of the application.
Mary Hall Freedom House, founded in June 1996, addresses the need for residential substance treatment services for women in the Metro-Atlanta area. In 1998 we began providing housing to homeless women, children, veterans and families.
Since its humble beginnings of one apartment and two women, Mary Hall Freedom House's currently provides housing and services to over 250 women and over 80 children on any given day, restoring over 1,000 lives annually, and has served more the 15,000 women since 1996.
“Everything that is done in the world is done by hope.”