Whom do we serve?
We serve homeless recovering adult males who are referred by local detoxification programs with no viable means of support. The men must be medically stable and meet program requirements to find employment. Our facilities are wheelchair equipped and every effort is made to provide assistance to those with physical disabilities.
Covenant Community does not discriminate with regards to race or religion.
How do you determine eligibility?
All applicants must meet certain criterion prior to acceptance. The program candidates must be homeless in Fulton County. They must undergo a formal detoxification process and test negative for both Tuberculosis and Syphilis.
What services do we
Covenant Community provides intensive rehabilitation counseling in group and individual settings. As well as job-readiness training and assistance in seeking employment; educational assistance, legal, medical and dental referrals; transitional housing, relapse prevention, and after-care planning.
Covenant Community offers a six-month to one-year program depending upon the needs of the individual.
If eligible client can apply to the Martha Sterne house for an additional two-years.
What happens after clients complete
Covenant Community’s program?
They are strongly encouraged to attend weekly alumni meetings. Covenant Community’s alumni, The Men of Hope, provide a vital support system for our graduates. The Men of Hope’s purpose is to keep relationships intact, encourage each other in maintaining sobriety, and serve as mentors to new residents.
Who endorses Covenant
Covenant Community is licensed by the Georgia Department of Human Resources and is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). We are also accredited by the Georgia Association of Recovery Residences (GARR). Covenant Community, Inc. was the recipient of a Data Integrity award from United Way in May 2008.