"THEY GENUINELY CARE."
Life transformation often requires overcoming addiction. Just ask Eugene.
“I had a drug and alcohol problem that I couldn’t control,” he says. “It ruined my ability to keep a job, a home, and relationships.”
Eugene ended up on the streets for years, until he found Atlanta Mission. “It’s a really uplifting place. They helped me learn that I don’t need to live this lifestyle. They help me go in the right direction. They genuinely care.”
The Potter’s House, located on a 550-acre farm, offers a long-term residential discipleship program to as many as 180 chemically addicted men. Services include therapeutic programs, GED training, computer literacy, and job training. The New Start dormitory features a computer lab and a community lounge, and the Client Life Center is a space for client education and community engagement. The barn-like structure houses classrooms and a multi-purpose room that acts as gym, chapel and gathering space.
For women, recovery services are offered through My Sister’s House.
To learn more about The Shepherd’s Inn, call 404.367.2493.
To learn more about The Potter’s House, call 706.543.8338, x5103.
To learn more about My Sister’s House, call 404.367.2465.
If you need help, or if you know someone who does, go to the Get Help page.
HELPING PEOPLE OVERCOME SUBSTANCE ABUSE, OFTEN THE FIRST STEP TOWARD FREEDOM.
We’d be honored to have you share in the joys, struggles and transformations of Atlanta’s most vulnerable souls.