How to Get Help

CaringWorks is one of the largest providers of supportive housing in the metropolitan Atlanta area, serving hundreds of individuals and families each year. Working in partnership with a community of service providers, we share a common goal of ending homelessness, one person at a time.

If you are homeless and need assistance, the first step is to register with the Coordinated Entry System in the area you have lived or are currently living. The systems typically have several access points. You can find them via phone or website.

Access to Coordinated Entry by Phone

Simply dial 211 on your phone to speak with a live representative from the United Way of Metropolitan Atlanta. They can help you find the most convenient place to register in the system.

Outside of metro Atlanta, the State’s Toll-Free Hotline is:

1-844-249-8367

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Access to Coordinated Entry through the Web

If you are in the city of Atlanta, visit the Partners for Home Coordinated Entry page.

If you are anywhere else in Georgia, visit DCA Coordinated Entry page.

You can also visit United Way of Greater Atlanta 211 online for additional resources.

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Access to CaringWorks’ Deaf and Hard of Hearing Program

CaringWorks has a program especially designed for people who are deaf or hard of hearing.

For more information, contact 404.937.7007 (for individuals who are deaf or hearing). You can also email us at deafservices@caringworksinc.org or text us at 678.428.6714.

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Local Agencies

The agencies in your area want to help you. We receive referrals from the Coordinated Entry Access points every day. We look forward to working with you to help you achieve your goals.

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