Friends of Disabled Adults and Children
They help build wheelchair ramps.
Address: 4900 Lewis Rd, Stone Mountain, GA 30083

Habitat for Humanity:

Working To Create Access For Everyone:
(706) 647-7889

HouseProud Atlanta:
Our mission is to provide no-cost home repairs to low-income senior, veteran, and disabled senior homeowners to keep them warm, safe, and dry.
(404) 464-5950

Search and connect to support. Financial assistance, food pantries, medical care, and other free or reduced-cost help starts here:

United Way Worldwide:
United Way fights for the health, education, and financial stability of every person in every community.
Call 211 for help to connect with local resources using United Way.

Trusted Hands:
Do you need help for yourself or a loved one?

American Cancer Society:
We are improving the lives of people with cancer and their families as the only organization combating cancer through advocacy, research, and patient support, to ensure that everyone has an opportunity to prevent, detect, treat, and survive cancer.

Acts Outreach of Georgia:

Saint Vincent de Paul Charities:
Call the local St. Vincent de Paul Charity.

“Just” People, Inc:
“Just” People Inc is a private non-profit organization that provides a wide variety of support services to adults with developmental disabilities.

Sunshine on a Ranney Day:
Sunshine on a Ranney Day reimagines and builds custom rooms for children with special needs in the greater Atlanta area.

Advocating for human rights, not special rights.

Home Strong USA:
HomeStrong USA launched the HomeStrong’s Heroes Home Repair Grant Program in 2014. This Veteran home repair program brings immediate attention to active duty and veteran homeowners.

Adaptive Living Partners:
Home Modifications To Accommodate Changing Needs of Elderly and Disabled

If nothing else works, contact the Department of Family and Services in the county where they reside. Ask to speak with someone in adult services. They may know of services available in the area. Also might be helpful, the city’s volunteer fire department and local churches who might know of resources.

The local churches might have wheelchair brigades, Pass the Salt ministries that deliver meals to the elderly or disabled two days a week. They might also have a House of Care which take care of clothing and household items for those in need. For veterans, call nearby VA Clinics. Contact Medicare to see if you can get any help with reimbursement. Goodwill Services may help.



Rental, Food And Mental Health Crisis Resources In Atlanta:





Georgia Mental Health Hotlines: 


If you are experiencing an emergency, please seek immediate assistance and/or call 911. For your convenience, some
resources are listed below.


Georgia Crisis & Access Line (GCAL)
Help is available 24/7 for problems with mental health, drugs, or alcohol. This call center has the capacity to screen and assess callers for intensity of service response.
(Behavioral Health Link-Single Point of Entry)
75 Piedmont Ave., NE Ste. 256 Atlanta, GA 30303


Find important Food, Shelter and other mental health services HERE.



GLOBAL Mental Health Crisis Hotlines: 

Find them HERE.




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