MHFV offers emergency, transitional, and permanent housing, to women, children, veterans, and families on a path to a better life. Our continuum of services enables each participant to identify root causes of barriers to independence.
Provides services for women and women with children with significant substance abuse impairment, and who, typically, have not progressed in a less intensive setting, or lack supports and require a highly structured and specialized environment.
COMMUNITY TRANSITIONAL HOUSING
Community Transitional Housing is designed to provide supportive living for women and women with children who have suffered from addiction and homelessness, offering a safe place to rebuild their lives. The goal of Community Transitional Housing is to allow participants the opportunity to save money to be independent in the community.
Provides long term housing to women and women with children sharing an apartment in the community living independent of treatment, a life of recovery one day at a time.
Located on Atlanta’s Westside, the Donna Center for Single Women and Families (DCW) serves as a 24/7/365 service center to address the needs of chronic homelessness and provide comprehensive wrap-around services for women, children, veterans, and families. The DCW provides a much-needed service in the Westside community including comprehensive assessments, case management, counseling, mental and behavioral health services, job readiness, and life skills training. Equipped to serve up to 40 residents, the DCW offers solutions for immediate needs as well as resources to help reach short-term goals and to feel empowered as they work toward long-term success.
VETERANS TRANSITIONAL HOUSING
MHFH is grateful to partner with the Veterans Administration (VA) to provide housing to veterans and their families. Veterans Transitional Housing is composed of Elizabeth’s Place (EP) and Veterans Independent Path (VIP) which allows veterans the opportunity to regain what’s needed to live independently and successfully.
PERMANENT SUPPORTIVE HOUSING
Permanent supportive housing promotes an environment that encourages women to establish and achieve goals focused on increasing self-sufficiency, improving life skills, and increasing economic stability. MHFV provides permanent supportive housing to 21 families both in North and South Fulton County.