Gateway Center is the “gateway” to a continuum of care that helps individuals move out of homelessness.

Gateway Center Info

Gateway Center works to end homelessness in Metro Atlanta through therapeutic program and community collaboration. Located at 275 Pryor Street in Atlanta, Georgia, the Gateway Center is a keystone project of the Regional Commission on Homelessness’ effort to impact chronic homelessness. The Gateway Center is designed to serve as the “gateway” to the community continuum of care that helps individuals move out of homelessness, GWC provides 352 beds for men who enter into programs geared to address the underiying reasons for their homelessness, such as unemployment, addictions, mental illness or domestic abuse. We strive to provide a supportive and IAMCHANGED setting where individuals can receive the tools they need to end their homelessness and achive self-sufficiency.

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Success Stories

Homeless Veteran Reconnects with Family After 22 Years

German Leon left his home to join the army when he was just 18 years old. Now 53, Mr. Leon [...]

Eugene’s Story: Change is Possible

Eugene Henry, 63, wears a crisp suit and carries a briefcase in hand at all times. His friends and family [...]

William Tolbert, 66, Ends Homelessness and Discovers Vocation

Mr. William Tolbert is living, breathing proof that it’s never too late to change. At the age of 66, after [...]

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Recap of Human Clay 2016

On behalf of Gateway Center’s staff, board and residents we would like to extend a sincere Thank You for the show of [...]