Eviction and Homelessness prevention programs in Metro Atlanta provide a continuum of services that address some of the barriers to housing stability that can lead to homelessness. You may qualify for financial assistance to help pay past-due rental arrears, utility assistance to prevent service interruption, or legal aid to help during eviction proceedings to prevent eviction or reverse wrongful evictions.

Programs vary from agency to agency, some may require that you have an eviction notice or be in court. Eviction Prevention programs are designed to help you become stably housed long-term. This may be achieved through relocation, credit counseling, security and utility deposit assistance, or other supportive programs.

Below you’ll find agencies that have eviction and homelessness prevention programs.

HOPE Atlanta

Homeless prevention through deposit assistance, past-due rental assistance, short or medium-term rental assistance, relocation assistance, referrals

Atlanta Rent Assistance

Some organizations on this list can offer security deposits, shelters, eviction prevention, and pay for utilities.

Atlanta Center for Self-Sufficiency
Employment + Housing Assistance

Assistance with training, locating, and maintaining employment with housing assistance for eligible clients

Caring Works

To reduce homelessness and empower the marginalized by providing access to housing and services that foster dignity, self-sufficiency and well-being.

Midtown Assistance

Rent, Identification, MARTA, Men’s Clothing, Food

Atlanta Legal Aid Society, Inc.
Atlanta Legal Aid Society helps low-income people meet basic needs through free civil legal services.

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