Health and Wellness
In 2016, the 180° Kitchen prepared and served 230,400 hot and healthy meals to our residents, employees, and guests.
Mercy Care is the result of a strategic partnership between the City of Refuge and the Saint Joseph's Health System. With an expansive 10,000 square feet of space, Mercy Care provides services to thousands of patients annually. Patients are able to receive general medical, dental, vision, and mental health services at the facility.
As the number one city in the United States for sex trafficking, Atlanta is home to a staggering 12,400 transactions each month. The House of Cherith serves as a safe and refreshing home for victims of sex exploitation and trafficking.
Eden Village is the “One-Stop Shop for Women in Crisis.” This expansive center features 32 hotel-style rooms designed exclusively for mothers with children and 80 beds for single women. The facility accommodates residents for up to 180 days if needed. In addition to housing, Eden Village offers medical, vision, dental, and mental health care through Mercy Care.
Vocation and Enterprise
The Good Works Employment Center provides viable education and job training to help unemployed and underemployed women secure stable employment.
The 180° Culinary Arts Program is an intensive 10-week training program where students learn practical knowledge of the culinary arts and food preparation and earn a ServSafe Certification.
Out of a dynamic partnership with NAPA and Genuine Parts, the NAPA Auto Center provides training for men and women in 10 areas of auto mechanics. When students complete the program, they graduate with a light repair certification and more control over their future.
Click here to apply for NAPA Training Program.
In the neighborhood of 30314, only ~50% of the students graduate from high school. In addition, many who do graduate are not prepared for college or a career. Our on-campus partner, Bright Futures Atlanta, provides a fully-accredited academy for students in grades 6 - 12 offering a private-school education to those who otherwise could not afford the opportunity.
The Level Up youth program is designed for students in grades 6 through 12 and effectively equips students with the tools they need to succeed, such as mentoring, after-school programs, and summer camps.
The CORE (City of Refuge Education) Academy takes a holistic approach to education by providing elementary school students with emotional, physical, and educational curriculum. This program is focused on social development, one-on-one academic support, and conflict resolution.