Community Concerns, Inc. is a private, (501c3) non - profit ,social service organization that meets the needs of the homeless.
Hello! Thank you for your time to view this message and our website as a whole. I appreciate your concern for those who are experiencing homelessness. This year marks our 25th anniversary of providing housing, counseling, food and financial assistance to those who are on the journey from homelessness to a better life. Today the demographic of those experiencing homelessness has changed dramatically. Whereas, twenty-five years ago we were inundated with single adult males, today we have directed most of our resources towards single women, women with children, and married couples with children. Each night, more than one hundred (100) children sleep in homes provided by our organization, Community Concerns, Inc. The majority of them reside in Odyssey Villas, whose thirty-two (32) intact families reside in permanent housing with supportive services on site. We continue to be grateful to our funding sources: The Georgia Department of Community Affairs; The City of Atlanta; Georgia Department of Human Services; The Federal Emergency Food and Shelter Program; Zion Hill Baptist Church; The Chapel of Christian Love Baptist Church; The Community Church of God; Delta Air Lines; The Coca Cola Company; and many more individuals, religious and corporate organizations. Thank you for all you do to insure the continued success of our mission.
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CCI will be holding it's Annual Golf Tournament on Wednesday, September 17, 2014 at Brown's Mill Golf Course - 480 Cleveland Ave., SW, Atlanta, GA 30316. Please come out and support us! Share this with your friends!
Being materially wealthy does not mean that one has escaped an impoverished state of mind. Being aware of your true worth is priceless, whereas being "rich" (financially) is always relative.
The more you begin to recognize the rest of humanity as an extension of yourself...the easier it is to care about others.
Yesterday was the first meeting of the official Faith Advisory Board for Community Concerns, Inc. We appreciate all those pastors who offered the support of their congregations, and all donations. We look forward to great success in meeting the needs of our community together!
The experience of homelessness is traumatic in itself. The impact that it has on individuals is often clouded by the behaviors used to cope...people don't just start using drugs for no reason! Before you judge, consider if you would fair any better in the same situation.