What We Do
What We Do
Focusing on hunger, housing, and health, St. Vincent de Paul Georgia meets basic needs, removes barriers to stability, and creates paths to self-sufficiency through direct services, education, and empowerment to provide help and hope to neighbors in need in Georgia.
Our work addresses issues fundamental to stability, self-sufficiency, and long-term success by:
Decreasing hunger/food insecurity
Increasing housing stability
Increasing healthcare access
St. Vincent de Paul Georgia provides a spectrum of safety net social services to give both immediate help and also hope for a self-sufficient future.
Our Home Visit is the heart of what we do at SVdP Georgia. Visiting neighbors in need in their homes respects their dignity and provides a private setting so they can freely discuss their personal challenges.
During Home Visits, SVdP Georgia caseworkers conduct an initial assessment, collaborate with individuals and families to create actionable plans for removing barriers to stability and provide critically-needed services such as emergency financial assistance, food, clothing, prescription medication, transportation assistance and more.
Community Support Center
SVdP Georgia has a Community Support Center in Chamblee that serves neighbors in need. At this location, program staff and caseworkers provide a comprehensive menu of services including intake and assessment, emergency assistance, food pantries, pharmacy services, education programs and more.
Where We Work
From Blairsville to Brunswick, Lake Hartwell to Lagrange, and everywhere in between, SVdP Georgia provides help and hope to neighbors in need across Georgia.
The SVdP Georgia Community Support Center is staffed by full-time program personnel, caseworkers, and administrative staff.
COMMUNITY SUPPORT CENTER - CHAMBLEE
2050-C CHAMBLEE TUCKER ROAD
ATLANTA, GA 30341
Local Service Hubs
ST. VINCENT DE PAUL GEORGIA HAS 73 LOCAL SERVICES HUBS ACROSS GEORGIA STAFFED BY DEDICATED AND TRAINED VOLUNTEER CASEWORKERS.