Jeremiah’s Place is a transitional housing community for the homeless located in Lumpkin County, Georgia and is part of the nonprofit North Georgia Interfaith Ministries (NGIM). NGIM exists because of the passion, desire, and commitment to help families who are homeless become self-sufficient. They do this by providing safe and secure housing, food, clothing, basic needs, case management, connecting parents and children with community partners, and focusing on the well-being of the family as a whole.
When a parent knows their child is safe (not living in a tent in the woods or in a car), fed nutritious meals, able to bathe and have clean clothes, and will be connected to educational, social, and mental/medical/emotional health programs, they are able to focus on their own challenges and barriers. They are able to look for a sustainable job, secure additional skills, and find affordable housing. They are able to become a healthy, supportive family unit in which the children are able to thrive.
Jeremiah’s Place is located on a four-acre campus in Lumpkin County, Georgia. Jeremiah’s Place has a $165,000 operating budget. Operating and maintenance funding is from private donations, business sponsorships, and private grants.
To learn more, please visit our Jeremiah’s Place website.
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