623 Spring St. NW
Atlanta, GA 30308
Covenant Community, Inc. is a residential life-stabilization program for homeless men recovering from substance abuse. Our mission is to provide the tools and resources to help our residents achieve personal life stabilization and employment, enabling them to return to their families and the community as productive citizens. Please explore our website for stories of inspiration and ways you can help make a difference in the lives of those in need!
On March 10, 2016 we were blessed to have students from Emory come to visit with our residents as part of their Homeless Immersion Experience. The students spent the week living as part of the homeless community, volunteering at shelters, living on little food, and sleeping under the stars. They came to Covenant toward the end of their journey, on the fifth day, to hear some of our resident’s stories. One of the students took the time to write about the experience. We are honored to have been a part of their experience.
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Soon we will honor our dear friend Juelz Mitchell (December 4, 1952 - December 23, 2014) on his 65th birthday. Though we miss him greatly, he is still with us. A day does not go by at CCI without some of Juelz's words of wisdom. His dedication to giving hope to the hopeless, guidance to the lost, and love to the unloved is forever woven into Covenant's fabric.
In honor of Juelz's life and work, the Rev. Martha Sterne has compiled the many sayings and stories of our Alumni, the Men of Hope. In this short but powerful book, the wisdom about life and recovery shine through. Order your copy here.
On November 21, 2017, from 5 pm to 7 pm, Covenant Community will be serving a hot Thanksgiving dinner for those who are homeless. Dinner will be served in the Ellis Hall of All Saints Episcopal Church located at 634 West Peachtree St., NW., Atlanta, Georgia 30308.
Our thanks to all who participated in the recent Golf Tournament! We successfully raised over $10,000! These funds will support our residents in as they continue striving for recovery. Our thanks to all the participants that made the fundraiser such a success! We would like to extend a special thanks to Lisa Mink, Andrea Hopkey, and their incredible team for their wonderful efforts!
In memory of our friend, Juelz Mitchell.
(December 4, 1952- December 23, 2014)
As part of our mission to ensure life stablization for the men of Covenant Community, we focus on how nutrition is essential in recovery. We will be participating in the SNAP-Ed Food Talk sessions to educate our guys on how to make better dietary decisions and how to choose and prepare nutritious, delicious, and budget-minded meals for our men and their families.
October 6, 2014: Covenant Community, Inc. (an accredited residential, life-stabilization program for homeless men recovering from substance abuse) has been awarded a TechGrant from TechFoundation, Inc., based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, which will greatly assist CCI’s clients in their efforts to secure employment and achieve independent living. The grant funding will be utilized to fully convert the resident library to a technology hub and learning center, update staff operating systems, and transition to mandated electronic health records. David Altshuler, Executive Director of TechFoundation, said “TechFoundation is proud to help Covenant Community with technological upgrades that will enhance the lives of its residents and improve the efficiency and capacity of its staff.”
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As many of you know, United Way is a wonderful way to contribute to the charity of your choice through the workplace. It often simplifies the process of giving with an automated payroll pledge. Covenant Community received 93% of its United Way funding as a result of individuals designating our agency in their respective employer campaigns. Please consider our organization in your United Way donor designated giving this year. The code for CCI is 89459. For additional information, contact Mike Fahed, Program Director at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your support!