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PARENT ORGANIZATION

The Center for Family Resources

  • Mission

    The Center for Family Resources is on a mission to move people to self-sufficiency through financial stabilization, housing and education.

  • imgEXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

    Melanie Kagan

  • imgWEBSITE

    http://www.thecfr.org

  • imgEMAIL

    info@thecfr.org

  • imgPHONE

    770-428-2601

  • imgLOCATION

    995 Roswell Street, NE, Suite 100, Marietta, GA , 30060.

  • Organization Description

    We are a Cobb County-based organization that works exclusively to serve local families and individuals that are either homeless or in danger of becoming homeless. We believe in providing tailored, long-term supportive services to our clients. We aim to ensure that once they leave our program, they will have all the necessary skills, tools, and resources to be self-sufficient enough to never again need us, or any organization like us.

  • CCIG Recipient

    2019, 2016, 2015

  •  FORM 990s

CATEGORY

Homelessness and Poverty
Homeless
Poor/Economically Disadvantaged


ADDITIONAL PROGRAMS

PROGRAM 1

Housing Services

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PROGRAM 2

Employment/Education Services

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PROGRAM NAME

Direct Services

DESCRIPTION

Direct Services provide financial assistance for rent and utility payments, food, prescriptions, transportation (bus tickets), and holiday programs to stabilize families in crisis and prevent homelessness. Case management is provided for each family receiving financial assistance to help them asses...
Organization Detail The Center for Family Resources
Homelessness and Poverty
  • Melanie Kagan
  • www.thecfr.org
  • info@thecfr.org
  • 770-428-2601
  • 995 Roswell Street, NE, Suite 100, Marietta, GA , 30060.
PROGRAM 1
Direct Services
Direct Services provide financial assistance for rent and utility payments, food, prescriptions, transportation (bus tickets), and holiday programs to stabilize families in crisis and prevent homelessness. Case management is provided for each family receiving financial assistance to help them assess their circumstances and address the issues leading to their crisis situation.
Programs
PROGRAM 1
Employment/Education Services
Employment/Education Services provides supportive services to homeless and low-income residents to increase their economic capacity through the following services: job readiness and work maturity skills, GED classes, financial management counseling and life management skills classes.
PROGRAM 2
Housing Services
Housing Services provide short-term (30 day) and rapid re-housing programs for homeless and near-homeless families. Homeless clients work intensely with a case manager on a housing plan to return to permanent housing with a lease in their name. Supportive services including assistance with child care, employment and education programs, food, and life skills help develop housing stability and greater self-sufficiency.
PROGRAM 3
Employment/Education Services
Employment/Education Services provides supportive services to homeless and low-income residents to increase their economic capacity through the following services: job readiness and work maturity skills, GED classes, financial management counseling and life management skills classes.