We Help Youth Facing Homelessness in Atlanta, Georgia

We serve young people experiencing or at risk of homelessness or human trafficking with absolute respect and unconditional love. Our ultimate goal is to help each young person move on with their lives in positive ways with counseling, education, stable employment, and secure housing.

Get Help Now

On the street? Need help? We're open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Call: 404-589-0163

Or come to:

1559 Johnson Rd NW, Atlanta, GA 30318


Covenant House Atlanta Site - homeless shelters in Georgia for youth

Covenant House Georgia (CHGA) provides emergency shelter and more for young people facing homelessness and human trafficking. We welcome with unconditional love all youth ages 18-24. Our doors are always open and our services free of charge. We’re here to respond to youths’ immediate needs and provide the support they require to reach their potential and their goal of independence.

Our Shelter

CHGA’s emergency shelter offers youth safety, food, clothing, showers, and a warm, safe bed. We provide medical and mental health care, including individual and group counseling through our on-site team of mental health professionals, to help youth heal the wounds that are part of their story.

Our Programs

Young people can access short-term emergency care through CHGA’s street outreach program, Community Service Center, and emergency shelter. Our education and vocational programs, life skills and job readiness training, and transitional and supportive housing prepare youth for success.

Our Services

Covenant House is nationally recognized for the innovative work we do to provide young people with everything they need in one place — so they can move forward to a brighter future.

  • Meals
  • Health and hygiene education
  • Job readiness training
  • Laundry & showers
  • Medical care
  • Mental health care
  • Case management
  • Health screenings
  • Drug awareness and education
  • Life skills training
  • GED/High school education
  • College preparation
  • Job readiness training
  • Vocational programs
  • Employment assistance
  • Migrant/refugee services
  • Transportation assistance
  • Aftercare/follow-up

Shelter Is Only the Beginning

From crisis to care: Find out what it's like when a young person enters our doors.