To reach those still in the darkness of sexual exploitation, we must meet them where they’re at. Out of Darkness takes teams to the streets, hotels, jails, hospitals, and law enforcement agencies with a message of hope and new life.
Family Promise of North Fulton/DeKalb, founded in 2012 as Family Promise of Fulton County, Inc., partners with local congregations, individuals, families, foundations and corporations to provide emergency shelter and viable solutions for families with children who are facing a housing crisis.
The mission of Family Promise of North Fulton/DeKalb is to engage community and faith-based organizations in ENDING HOMELESSNESS … one family at a time.
The mission of Mary Hall Freedom House is to empower women to end the cycle of addictions, poverty and homelessness for themselves and for their children.
North Fulton Community Charities assists residents living in North Fulton serving the cities of Alpharetta, Johns Creek, Milton, Mountain Park and Roswell with short-term emergency needs. NFCC collaborates with many local providers to provide the resources necessary to help individuals and families remain stable in our community. NFCC provides services in English and Spanish.
Revved Up Kids was founded with a singular purpose: Equip children against predators.
We accomplish this by providing exceptional prevention training programs for children, teens, parents and youth-serving organizations. Each program is designed to teach participants who predators are, how they operate, how to be safer, and how to respond to a predator. Our programs focus on personal safety; many include self-defense for children and teens.
As a Boutique outplacement firm with executive career counsellors who share cutting-edge job search advice, The HIRED Authority is a team of dedicated professionals with decades of proven experience in outplacement, hiring, talent acquisition, sales training, employee relations and employee development.
We can’t afford to be silent when it comes to the issue of abuse. The Twelve Project is committed to educating the public on the effects of abuse, while helping to raise money to aid in the healing of abuse victims. Kevin created The Twelve Project to be the bridge between the lack of knowledge and awareness about abuse and people’s desire to learn.
He provides resources with the aim of healing and teaching individuals, families, and communities. The Twelve Project is a safe place where people can learn about abuse 24/7. Inspired by the positive results people experienced from reading his teaching materials, he took his plan a step further; he retired as a detective and began speaking and educating full time.
Heirborn Servants seeks to improve every aspect of life by providing women in need with transportation, mentorship, and bonding ties within their local communities. Our approach gives survivors of human trafficking, survivors of domestic violence, and single moms the support they need on every level to empower them to make lasting changes in their lives and the lives of their families. We want to help single moms and survivors find not only stability, but also passion and purpose.
The Continuum of Care (CoC) Program is designed:
- To promote community-wide commitment to the goal of ending homelessness.
- Provide funding for efforts by nonprofit providers, and State and local governments to quickly rehouse homeless individuals and families while minimizing the trauma and dislocation caused to homeless individuals, families, and communities by homelessness
- Promote access to and effect utilization of mainstream programs by homeless individuals and families
- Optimize self-sufficiency among individuals and families experiencing homelessness.
We Empower, Educate, and Employ!
- By positively changing the life of one woman at a time we transform a family, a community, and ultimately a society.
- Every Woman Works, Inc. Learning Center is a safe, therapeutic and supportive environment where women who are homeless, recovering from alcohol and drug dependency, in transition from the penal systems, recovering from domestic violence, living in poverty will have an opportunity to develop solid, transferable work skills, to strengthen their sense of self confidence and to obtain financial independence.
Our focus is to provide guidance and support for those in early recovery.
Anchor in Recovery residence is committed to providing a safe, structured community for our residents as they transition from a life of substance abuse into everyday sober living.
3Strands Global Foundation’s vision is a world FREE from human trafficking, and they believe that prevention changes everything. 3SGF mobilizes communities to combat human trafficking through prevention education and reintegration programs. Their co-founded education program, PROTECT, provides human trafficking prevention education training and curriculum for children, corporations, and communities. Their sponsored bill, AB 1227 (Bonta)-The Human Trafficking Prevention Education and Training Act, signed into law, requires prevention education to be taught in California schools, making California a leader in the fight against human trafficking. 3SGF also connects survivors and those at-risk with sustainable employment, education programs, and other resources needed in the workforce, empowering each to pursue a life free of exploitation. 3SGF hosts the annual Break Free Run and other events to raise awareness within local communities, as well as around the globe.