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With Support From Shirley Franklin, Former Mayor
Rose Scott, WABE 90.1 FM

Former mayor Shirley Franklin joins us in celebrating Hope House Heroes and 15 years of dedicated service in the Atlanta community. Every year, Hope House helps over 150 homeless men recover from substance addiction and/or mental health issues so that they can return to their families and to the community. We are raising money for necessary repairs to our roof and building, and more importantly, honoring the heroes who created Hope House and the 2,000+ men whose lives have been transformed.

Supporters of Hope House Include

Shirley Franklin, Former Mayor of Atlanta

Shirley Franklin

Master of Ceremonies, Rose Scott of WABE

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Hope House is a 70-bed residential treatment and transitional housing facility that provides quality housing and structured support to adult males who have experienced homelessness and are in recovery from substance addiction and/or mental health issues.
It serves over 150 men every year. There are targeted services for:

- Veterans
- Ex-offenders
- Individuals living with HIV/AIDS
- Men who are deaf or hard-of-hearing (one of only three similar programs in the country)

Join us for an opportunity to be part of the community working together to end homelessness, one person at a time.
Can't join us for breakfast, but still want to make a donation? Click HERE and you can make a donation today! We promise you - any amount makes a difference.

For more information, contact Barbara Peters, 404.371.1230, ext. 230 or email us at

Help everyone in our Atlanta Community reach their potential