November is Homelessness Awareness Month: 3 encouraging things you need to know


The man holding a sign at a busy intersection. The woman asking for help in a crowded parking lot. These occurrences and many more serve as frequent reminders of the heartbreaking issue of homelessness that is prevalent throughout communities across Georgia––a very discouraging fact. But this November during Homelessness Awareness Month, we want to shed…

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“Honoring Georgia Veterans,” Closer Look with Rose Scott

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On Thursday’s special Veteran’s Day edition of Closer Look with Rose Scott, CaringWorks CEO Dr. Carol Collard sat down with program host Rose Scott to discuss the continuing challenges and successes of helping our veterans who are experiencing homelessness. It’s projected that at least 762 veterans in Georgia are unsheltered, with 191 of those based…

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Helping Veterans RISE Above Homelessness

Veteran's Day 2021

As we commemorate Veterans Day today, November 11, we’d like to shed some light on why our service members are often more at risk of becoming homeless, some of the current issues they are facing, and what we at CaringWorks are doing to help. Veterans make up about 6% of the population of the United…

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CaringWorks Receives Nearly $1 Million in Federal Funding from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration to Provide Mental Health Services to Metro Atlanta’s Underserved Populations

CaringWorks Receives Nearly $1 Million in Federal Funding

ATLANTA, Oct. 21, 2021 – CaringWorks, one of the largest providers of supportive housing in the metropolitan Atlanta area, was named a recipient of a Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) grant of nearly $1 million over two years funded by the Consolidated Appropriations Act (CAA) of 2021 and the Coronavirus Response and…

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