North Georgia Interfaith Ministries, Inc. exists because of our passion, desire, and commitment to help families who are homeless become self-sufficient. We do this by providing safe and secure housing, food, clothing, basic needs, case management, connecting parents and children with community partners, and focusing on the well-being of the family as a whole. When a parent knows their child is safe (not living in a tent in the woods or in a car), fed nutritious meals, able to bathe and have clean clothes, and will be connected to educational, social, and mental/medical/emotional health programs, they are able to focus on their own challenges and barriers. They are able to look for a sustainable job, secure additional skills, and find affordable housing. They are able to become a healthy, supportive family unit in which the children are able to thrive.

Lumpkin County’s transitional housing campus is Jeremiah’s Place. It is located on a six-acre campus in Lumpkin County. There are four duplexes with six apartments, an administrative office, and home for the facilities caretaker.

Jeremiah’s Place has a $165,000 operating budget. Operating and maintenance funding is from private donations, business sponsorships, and private grants.

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Here at Jeremiah’s Place we love serving our families. Please contact us today and help us help our community.