1. Providing individual and group counseling sessions
2. Facilitating skill building activities
3. Providing employment services to improve employment status and income
4. Providing housing stabilization services;
5. Facilitating health and wellness
6. Conducting education sessions on money management
7. Providing a safe and supportive environment through a therapeutic community
8. Participating in 12-Step programming.
Covenant Community, Inc. will be a successful life stabilization program for homeless addicted men; transforming lives through building and creating relationships with community support. Our mission is to provide the tools and resources to help our clients achieve personal life-stabilization and employment; enabling them to return to their families and the community as productive citizens.
Our mission is to provide resources and tools to help our clients achieve personal life stabilization and full-time employment, enabling them to return to their families & communities as productive citizens.
Covenant Community, Inc. accomplishes its mission by:
Covenant Community, Inc. (CCI) is an intensive residential program for men experiencing homelessness and recovering from alcohol and/or substance abuse. CCI is licensed by the Georgia Department of Community Health as a Drug Abuse Treatment and Education Program and is approved to provide residential intensive treatment programming for a capacity of 14. CCI is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation (CARF) and the Georgia Association of Recovery Residences (GARR). CCI uses a therapeutic community model to assist its residents in overcoming their addictive disorders and to return to productive, self-sufficient functioning in society. The program operates at two locations. The primary facility is located at 623 Spring Street NW, Atlanta, Georgia. This location is a 14-bed facility that includes a kitchen area, common dining and living areas, dorms, fitness area and spaces for individual and group sessions. The second facility is a 9-bed transitional house in Atlanta, Georgia.
Each resident receives a minimum of five (5) hours of services per week, as outlined in contractual requirements from the Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities. Services include individual counseling, process groups, psycho-education groups, case management, housing assistance, financial education, career development, 12-Step programming and positive leisure and recreational activities.
CCI has been granted a 3 year accreditation for the following program(s)/service(s):
-Therapeutic Communities: alcohol and other drugs/addictions (adults)
-Community Employment Services: employment support
-Community Employment Services: Job Development
-Employment Development Services
This accreditation is valid through: May 31, 2022
CCI has been certified by GARR having met and displayed the professional and ethical standards set forth by GARR.
This certification is valid through: March 9, 2022.
CCI has been awarded a GDCH permit to maintain and operate a drug abuse treatment and education program. Approval is granted to provide the following program - 14 beds for adults.
Permit # 060-403-D