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$1M in funding approved for several Atlanta nonprofit youth homeless programs

The Fulton County Board of Commissioners approved $1 million in funding for 16 nonprofits and...
The Fulton County Board of Commissioners accepted $1 million in funding for 16 nonprofits and their youth homeless packages.

ATLANTA, Ga. – A variety of Atlanta nonprofits are set to get funding to assist their youth homeless packages.

The Fulton County Board of Commissioners accepted $1 million in funding for 16 nonprofits and their youth homeless packages.

These nonprofits and their packages are:

Nonprofit Program
Aniz, Inc. HAYA Challenge (Therapeutic Atlanta’s Younger Adults)
Metropolis of Refuge, Integrated Metropolis of Refuge Complete Youth Homelessness Program
Covenant Home Georgia, Inc. Supportive Options for Youth Experiencing Homelessness
Details to Thrive Inc Doing Our Accountability to Home Adolescence (DORTHA)
Favor Home, Inc. Favor For Youth
Feeding GA Households Integrated Finish Youth Homelessness
Technology Infocus Basis GIF – ‘Holistic Transitional Housing Program for Youth’
Georgia Heart for Youth Excellence Protected Home II Challenge
Georgia Dad or mum Help Community, Inc. GPSN’s Avenue Outreach Program for Homeless Youth
Constructive Transition Companies, Inc. Stepping Stones Initiative
Poverty 2 Prosperity PS Inc AND STILL, I RISE YHP
SafeHouse Outreach 2023 Safehouse Outreach Youth Homelessness Companies
SKIP Georgia Chapter, Inc. SKIP GA Bridges to Stability: Empowering & Educating Homeless Youth for Change
Stand Up for Youngsters Atlanta StandUp for Youngsters Atlanta – Homeless Youth Applications
U Hope CDC, Inc. U Hope Youth Emergency Program
Youth Empowerment Success Companies Youth Empowerment Success Companies Inc. (YESS) and Youth Homeless Rental Help Program

“Fulton County continues to make an impression locally by offering assist to youth who’re experiencing homeless,” stated Stan Wilson, Division of Neighborhood Improvement director. “The monetary help from the Fulton County Board of Commissioners will help initiatives and packages that may help youth service suppliers in stopping and ending youth homelessness.”

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