Program & Services

OUR FOCUS
Women and Children
WOMEN
Women's issues are as vast as they are different. Our focus at Mary Hall Freedom House is to tackle the issues that face women everyday: poverty, substance abuse, homelessness, mental health, and veteran related problems. Because one issue is often related to another, we address the whole woman by providing comprehensive services in a safe and nurturing environment. 

The women who walks through our doors are held accountable for the choices they have made in the past and the choices they will make in the future. Our goal is to enlighten each woman about their choices, educate them on how to create a better today, and empower them to live out their best life.
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CHILDREN
With understanding the importance of early intervention to stop the vicious cycle of multi-generational addiction, poverty and homelessness. Mary Hall Freedom House provides personal interactions with child care workers, counselors and other children.

Veteran Women and Women with Children
In 2011 Mary Hall Freedom House partnered with the United States Department Of Veterans Affairs in establishing two year transitional housing to help homeless veterans become self-sufficient. Mary Hall partnered with Rooms to Go which provided fully furnished apartments for thirty seven women and seventeen families.

By increasing funding to this program we will be able to assist more needs of each women and child who comes in from the VA afraid, bruised, and battered.
Women and Women with Children 
MHFH partners with the City of Atlanta in providing an emergency housing assessment center for homeless single women and women with children. By performing an assessment, Mary Hall helps determine the root issues affecting each woman. They are then placed in a program that provides housing, social services, substance abuse and mental health treatment.
Women with Children with Documented Disability in the Family 
MHFH partnered with the US Department of Housing and Urban Development in designing permanent housing programs for homeless women and children who are in need of supportive service with mental health.The program is designed to remove the barriers of homelessness to women with disabilities.
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