At Serenity House, we offer the opportunity for our residents to safely experience the transition from higher levels of care to re-entry in the community by participating in a controlled living environment. This home is traditionally supervised by a House Manager who ensures the Transitional Living Environment offers structure and strong peer support. This program requires the resident be employed or actively seeking employment.
Serenity House offers Transitional Living programs in metro Atlanta, while in Transitional care, residents are expected to work. Our faith based outreach serves people of all races, creeds, and religions. We do not discriminate. We merely support our fellow man. Client is not a danger to self or others.
Meet with an intake coordinator to fill out the necessary paperwork and go over any important information, such as personal rights, grievance procedures, rules and regulations, etc. Each resident receives a Resident Policy Form which details Serenity House procedures, rules and regulations, as well as emergency information.
Each resident begins involvement in the program as soon as they arrive; attending all groups, meetings, and lectures.
Recommended three (3) months commitment (will consider extra commitment based on an individual).
Our vision at Serenity House of Atlanta Ministries is to be a leading organization that provides shelter, housing for people and give them a sense of hope while seeking personal growth.
Serenity House of Atlanta Ministries mission is to support and strengthen people in making changes in their life for a better tomorrow.
For wisdom will enter your heart, and knowledge will be pleasant to your soul.