Transitional Supportive Housing

CaringWorks provides one of a kind supportive housing for men facing homelessness in Metro Atlanta. Each year more than 130 clients call Hope House home while they move through their journey of recovery.

Hope House

For men facing homelessness who are seeking recovery from addiction, we offer Hope House. Hope House, a 70-bed, residential facility in downtown Atlanta offers closely supervised care, recovery counseling, work therapy, peer support groups and much more. Men may live at Hope House for up to 24 months, and are encouraged to set and achieve goals related to self-sufficiency while in residence. Graduates usually transition to permanent housing after completing the program and return as alumni to support new members.


Gerry Richardson

Program Director, Hope House

(678) 237.2823