Welcome to our Douglasville, Georgia page. We provide listings of: women's shelters, family shelters, transitional housing, residential treatment centers and other residential services for women.
Many shelters also provide services such as alcohol and drug rehab treatment along with clinics, and best of all supportive housing options. I try to provide as much information as possible on my details pages.
In these tough times, shelters are needing your donation help more than ever. Contact the shelters at the phone numbers provided to donate your items. Most shelters also are always looking for volunteers. Look to your homeless shelters for volunteer opportunites. I list addresses, phone numbers, websites and shelter comments on my shelter details pages. Please help and get involved.
Empowerment Center for Women in Transition, Inc. (ECFWIT, INC.) is a faith-based, 501(c)(3) nonprofit charitable organization built on core Christian values of intergrity, honesty, respect for God, others, and self. Our Services & Programs Temporary Transitional Housing Career Assessment &View Full Details
MUST strives to break the cycle of poverty in the community by assessing individual needs and providing programs and services that can improve the quality of life. MUST was founded in 1971 to address the basic needs of people in the communities in which it operates. Substantially a volunteer organizView Full Details
PROVIDE TEMP SHELTER FOR ABUSED WOMEN & CHILDView Full Details
Battered Women's ShelterView Full Details
TO ASSIST HOMELSS WOMEN AND CHILDRENView Full Details
Shelter for men women and childrenView Full Details
Food & Shelter for Men Women & ChildrenView Full Details
Atlanta Union Mission is a non-denominational Christian ministry that provides a continuum of addiction recovery and emergency services to as many as 1,100 homeless and addicted men, women, and children every day of the year. Established in 1938 as a shelter for hungry and homeless individuals displView Full Details
Our Mission: WADT Inc. realizes that in addition to the risks and obstacles faced by all poor people, poor battered women face an additional batterer-generated risks, of abject poverty and homelessness. We further realize that the children (innocent by-stView Full Details