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

Welcome To The Gateway Center

For over 10 years, Gateway Center has served as a beacon of hope for over 5,000 individuals annually suffering from the condition of homelessness in Metro Atlanta. Gateway Center’s mission is to work to end homelessness in Metro Atlanta through therapeutic program and community collaboration.

The Gateway Center is designed to serve as the “gateway” to the metro Atlanta continuum of care to support individuals in moving out of homelessness. Through therapeutic programs; evidence practices; and community collaborations, the Gateway Center is able to deliver services based on our model of “collective impact.” Gateway Center provides homeless support services and offers three hundred and ten (310) beds of housing for men who enter our programs. Our clients centered and strengths based services are geared to address the underlying causes of homelessness. These issues include, but are not limited to unemployment, behavioral health (mental health and substance use), previous trauma or domestic abuse.

Ultimately, the Gateway Center strives to provide a supportive and compassionate setting where individuals can receive the tools they need; regain their stability and dignity; and achieve long-term self-sufficiency to end their condition of homelessness. 

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