Providing Help and Hope to Neighbors in Need.
With a mission to provide help and hope to neighbors in need, St. Vincent de Paul Georgia has been serving individuals, families and communities across Georgia since 1903, stabilizing those in crisis and creating paths to self-sufficiency.
Serving Georgia since 1903
Founded in 1903 by a group of concerned parishioners in Atlanta, St. Vincent de Paul Georgia (SVdP Georgia) has grown over the past 119 years to become the oldest, largest and most trusted statewide social services safety net organization in Georgia. SVdP Georgia operates a main service center in Chamblee with a full-time staff providing programs and services for neighbors in need and 73 local service hubs across the state staffed by 3,000+ trained volunteer caseworkers who make SVdP Georgia’s critically needed – yet otherwise unavailable – programs and services available and accessible to those most in need of them.
Respecting the Dignity of Each Person
Respecting the dignity of each person, St. Vincent de Paul Georgia serves neighbors in need across Georgia regardless of age, race, status, faith or orientation.