Did you know that over 50% of Covenant’s Annual Budget is funded by generous people like you? Please consider a financial contribution to provide hope for the futures of these men.
We are greatful for your support and interest in Covenant Community!
Covenant Community is grateful for the support we receive from individuals, foundations, corporations, and local and state agencies.
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initiative that has been co-created by the nonprofit sector itself. It doesn’t support one cause or one locale – it’s all of us in the state’s nonprofit sector pulling together to ask you to stop and
consider your life and your community without nonprofits.
Your donation will aid Covenant Community in its mission to provide the necessary tools and resources to help clients achieve personal life stabilization and full-time employment, ultimately enabling them to return to their families and the community as productive citizens.
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It costs the following to support ONE man in our program:
For one week $392
For two weeks $784
For three weeks $1,176
For one month $1,680
For three months $5,040
For six months $10,080
At Covenant Community we believe in a “hand up” not a “hand out”. Since our inception we have sought to provide support and resources for homeless men who “Covenant” with us, our staff and our residents, to begin and maintain their personal recovery from addiction to alcohol or drugs.
As we work and share six months of life with these men, it is easy to see how we are all connected and but for a few wrong steps here or there, the disaster of addiction and homelessness can befall almost anyone.
Our residents make a “covenant” among themselves and us to lead a life of sobriety and concern for one another while a member of our Covenant Community. In the process they can become productive citizens, gaining employment and life skills that enable a better life for them and their families.
Covenant Community depends on the generosity of individuals like you who understand that everyone deserves a chance to overcome their failures and have the opportunity for a new beginning. The men here represent all walks of life; but when they arrived at Covenant they shared a common denominator, hopelessness. Some clients are from upper-middle class families and have college degrees, while others are trapped in a seemingly endless cycle of despair and desolation. The result of addiction is the same, despite the nature or time in which the destructive behavioral patterns begin.
Each new path begins with our counseling staff working
to know each man personally guiding him through the process of building a sustainable life free from drugs and alcohol. Our residential recovery program is one of the most desirable inAtlantaand one
of the few facilities offering long-term (6 months) care.
Please consider a financial contribution to provide hope for the futures of these men.