Residential Housing Program
Clients can stay up to 90 days and receive on-site support including medications monitoring, Double Trouble Groups, 12-step NA meetings and healthy social activities.
United Way Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF):
In 2013, Another Chance became one of three service providers working with the United Way of Metropolitan Atlanta on the SSVF program for veterans. It is an important new VA effort to end veteran homelessness. Services include case management for veterans with a history of chronic homelessness providing homelessness prevention and rapid rehousing strategies.
Other Programs and Services:
- Recovery Management Program
30 day program educational program meets Mon-Thurs. 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM. The clients engage in relapse prevention, life training skills training, process group, and introduction to the 12-steps recovery process.
- WorkFirst/Pre-Independent Living Program:
Provides pre-employment assessments, onsite assistance with resume writing, criminal background checks, interviewing skills training and employment.
- Coming Home Re-Entry Initiative
Residential and support services for men and women coming from jails and prisons.