Increasing housing stability through eviction prevention, rehousing and transitional housing programs and housing services for at-risk individuals and families.
Stable housing is a key determinant in achieving and maintaining self-sufficiency for low-income families.
- In Georgia, 542,000 renters – 23% of all renters in the state – are not caught up on rent.
- In Georgia, 2,308,000 adults – 33% of all adults in the state – have difficulty covering basic household expenses.
- Since the start of the covid-19 pandemic, renters in Georgia are behind on nearly $500 million of rent, with renters of color facing the greatest hardship.
Our Housing Services
Emergency Rent, Mortgage and Utility Assistance
St. Vincent de Paul Georgia provides emergency financial assistance for rent, mortgage, and utilities to individuals and families at risk of eviction who meet eligibility and income requirements.
Motel 2 Home
Motel 2 Home is a comprehensive rehousing program designed to help individuals and families move from extended-stay motels to stable housing.
Extended Stay Motels have become the homeless shelters of the suburbs for many families. Even though most of them are working full-time, they often have no other alternative after experiencing an eviction because most property owners will not rent to a tenant with an eviction record. They move in thinking it will be a temporary solution but become trapped as high daily and weekly fees and local motel taxes leave them little money to save for paying off debt or paying deposits on a new apartment.
Find out if you qualify for financial assistance through the Motel 2 Home Program.
House of Dreams
House of Dreams is a transitional housing program for homeless women without children who are willing and able to change their own lives and become self-sufficient. Located in Smyrna, GA, house of dreams provides shelter, life and work skills classes, job assistance and more.
Contact House of Dreams at 770.765.2698 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
St. Michael’s House
St. Michael’s House is a transitional housing program for homeless women with young children who are willing and able to change their lives and become self-sufficient. Located in Woodstock, GA, St. Michael’s House provides shelter, meals, employment assistance, financial education classes, and more.
Contact St. Michael’s House at 770.367.0168.
SVdP Georgia provides temporary housing in a hotel or shelter and assistance with moving or storage of personal items when eviction cannot be avoided.