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Our organization, Help For Felons, maintains and updates our list of reentry programs in Georgia regularly. If you operate or know of a reentry program that is not listed please submit your information here.

Below you will find a list of organizations and reentry programs that specialize in the following:

  • Reentry Programs for ex-offenders
  • Halfway Houses
  • Programs for Parolees and Felons
  • Felons Rights
  • Emergency Food, Clothing and Shelter
  • Free or Low Cost Healthcare Clinics and Pharmacies

List of Reentry Programs in Georgia

SOAR Re-Entry Center– Phone:(912) 877-5293  | Address: 205 E. Court Street Hinesville, Georgia 31313 | A great organization that offers help in a number of ways. Career and employment, housing, vital documents, clothing, shelter and much more.

Carroll County Reentry Services – Address: 135 W Center St, Carrollton, GA 30117 | (770) 834-6025 | They do not have a website but many people have told us they are very helpful with all aspects of reentry for ex-offenders.

Metro TC – Address: 1303 Constitution Rd SE, Atlanta, GA 30316 | Phone: (404) 624-2380 | Housing and employment help in Atlanta, Georgia.

Greater Gwinnett Reentry Alliance – Address: 2900 University Pkwy, Lawrenceville, GA 30046 | Phone: (678) 251-4118 | “The Greater Gwinnett Reentry Alliance mobilizes community resources – financial, human, and material – to assist individuals and organizations serving the reentry population.”

Georgia Board of Parole – “The State Board of Pardons and Paroles welcomes you to the Transitional Housing for Offender Reentry (THOR) Directory, an on-line directory of community-based housing for persons releasing from prison or on probation or parole. ”

Georgia Center for Opportunity – This is not a program you can enter but they may be able to refer you to one in your local area within the state of Georgia.

Georgia Department of Corrections (Reentry) – Some information and guidance.

Reentry Project

Housing, Halfway Houses & Transitional Housing in Georgia

Safe Haven Transitional – PO Box 501, Conley, GA 30288 | (404) 241-8740 | For bettered women only. “Safe Haven Transitional, Inc. provides intermediate longer term shelter with a wide range of flexible and optional services that reflect the differences and individual needs of battered women with or without children, which allows them to choose the course of action that is best for them.”

Our House – One of the best reentry programs in the state of Georgia.

Home Stretch – 89 Grove Way, Roswell, GA 30075 – “Home Stretch offers working homeless families a proven path toward financial stability, improved employment, stronger family relationships and permanent affordable housing. The Home Stretch Supportive Housing program has 23 two- and three-bedroom apartments. Four are ADA accessible.” Must have a job and a child to qualify.

Gilgal Inc (Women Only) – 541 Mobile Ave SW, Atlanta, GA 30315 | “Gilgal operates two residential recovery homes, as well as one administrative building. Each facility is equipped and staffed to aid women in their recovery and transition to independent living. Gilgal women receive individualized assessments, comprehensive case management, and ongoing programming and support services in a clean, safe environment. We also provide them with the basic essentials (food, clothing, housing), as well as biblical enrichment to support their spiritual growth.”

Atlanta Mission (Multiple Locations in Georgia)

The Shepherd’s Inn  – 165 Ivan Allen Blvd, NW Atlanta, Georgia 30313 | (404) 367-2493 | Shelter for up to 450 men. Includes overnight shelter, recovery programs, and vocational training.

My Sister’s House –  921 Howell Mill Road, Atlanta, Georgia 30318 | 404.367.2465 | Shelter for individual women, and for women with children. Includes overnight shelter, childcare, recovery programs, counseling, and vocational training.

Fuqua Hall – 144 Mills Street Atlanta, Georgia 30313 | 404.350.1300 | Transitional housing for men.

The Potter’s House – 655 Potter House Road Jefferson, Georgia 30549 | 706.543.8338, x5103 | Residential discipleship and recovery programs for men.

Emergency Food, Clothing and Shelter for Inmates Reentering

HOPE Atlanta – HOPE Atlanta offers an array of services including shelter and other emergency services and permanent supportive housing, case management, street outreach, homeless prevention, domestic violence services, Veterans services, HIV/AIDS services, reunification, and rapid re-housing.

Good Neighbor Homeless Shelter – 110 Porter St W, Cartersville, GA 30120 | (770) 607-0610

Northeast Georgia Homeless Veterans Shelter – 80 M.L.K. Jr Dr, Winder, GA 30680 | (678) 963-0790 |

Atlanta Day Shelter for Women and Children – (404) 588-4007 | “My Sister’s House, a 264-bed facility located at 921 Howell Mill Road, offers overnight shelter and residential discipleship programs for homeless women, as well as for women with children.”

Athens Area Homeless Shelter – 620 Barber St, Athens, GA 30601 | (706) 354-0423 | Athens Area Homeless Shelter provides collaborative, comprehensive services to homeless individuals and families working toward sustainable independence.

Douglas County Homeless Shelter – 1755 Sandy Ln #2574, Douglasville, GA 30134 | (770) 949-4911 (No Website)

Covenant House Georgia – 1559 Johnson Road NW, Atlanta, GA 30318 | (404) 589-0163 | YOUTH ONLY “At Covenant House Georgia (CHGA), we are much more than a shelter. We provide more than a bed and a meal for homeless and trafficked youth; we show unconditional love and give comprehensive support so that our youth can and will realize their fullest potential.”

A Higher Calling Inc – 305 Louise Ln, Griffin, GA 30223 | (678) 603-2880 | (No Website)

William S Davies Homeless – 132 E 18th St, Rome, GA 30161 | (706) 512-1152 | “Founded in 2003, the William S. Davies Homeless Shelters meet the critical need in Rome for a transitional shelter – a critical step beyond an emergency shelter that provides guests a safe environment and the tools to work toward stability.”

Free or Low Cost Healthcare Clinics and Pharmacies in Georgia

Free Clinic of Rome, Georgia – “The Free Clinic of Rome is a faith based, community supported non-profit organization whose mission is to serve the Northwest Georgia counties of Floyd, Polk and Chattooga by providing quality healthcare services to uninsured residents who have no access to basic healthcare.”

Good Shepherd Clinic – 6392 Murphy Dr, Morrow, GA 30260 | (770) 968-1310 |

Urban Health and Wellness – 859 Metropolitan Pkwy SW, Atlanta, GA 30310 | (404) 618-6983 | “Urban Health and Wellness provides routine primary care, helps patients manage chronic illness and/or diseases, and helps with obtaining certain prescription medications.”

CHP Free Clinic – 56 Camp Glisson Rd, Dahlonega, GA 30533 | (706) 864-4455 | (No Website)

Houston County Volunteer Medical Clinic – 125 Russell Pkwy, Warner Robins, GA 31088 | (478) 923-9730|  “Houston County Volunteer Medical Clinic is a non-profit facility providing free medical care to working, uninsured citizens of Houston County. The doctors, nurses, technicians and administrative personnel all volunteer their time to provide primary care services two evenings per week.”

St. Mary’s Health Center – 1302 Drayton St, Savannah, GA 31401 | (912) 443-9409 | “St. Mary’s treats people who fall into the uncomfortable space between not having insurance and not qualifying for Medicaid. We give them a medical home where SJ/C physicians volunteer their time and the nurses work to find affordable or free medications.”

Georgia Legal Documents for Reentry

Georgia Driver’s License Information – This is where you can get a photo ID or drivers license. This is important to get during reentry.

Social Security Administration


Georgia Birth Certificates and Vital Records

Reentry Financial Information & Help

Reentry Employment Information & Help

Help For Felons Organization – Jobs, housing and much more