Services are often based on per-authorization from private insurance, Medicaid, or other major source Some services are not covered by certain insurance programs.We would be happy to assist you or your agency any questions about services and your insurance coverage.
We work together with the veterans to establish a feasible plan for achieving independent living goals.
Must meet federal definition of homelessness to receive services, must be a GA resident at least 30 days, willing to work, have transportation, must have custody of at least one child.
completely furnished home where they may live for one to two years. Jude’s clients receive intensive treatment for addictions and co-occurring mental health disorders including services services such as intake and assessment, treatment planning, mental health treatment, life skills training.
Health and nutrition education, job readiness, medication management, individual and group counseling.
ONLY ACCEPTING REFERRALS THROUGH 211 AT THIS TIMEwomen and children Eden Village I- on site housing for women and children; Eden Village II- program women complete without their children and are reunited when they complete program, meals and meal sharing, youth and children programs, preventative primary medical No cost. Emergency Shelter/Lodging Program, Transitional Housing Program, Reunification, Region wide Outreach Program, First Month’s Rent Program, Homelessness Prevention Program, Domestic Violence Program, HIV/AIDS Program, Eviction Prevention, Permanent Supportive Housing for Persons with Disabilities, Housing for Chronically Homeless, Supportive Services Support Services for Veterans Families, Airport Meet and Greet Services Helps homeless families with children move to self-sufficiency and permanent housing.