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Covenant Youth Empowerment
Covenant Youth Empowerment is committed to servicing all the residents of Atlanta. While our services are typically in the home, we make accommodations for those without a place to stay. In the case of the homeless, providing service can be challenging. To help the homeless, CYE has formed a partnership with Covenant Mentoring Services. The cost to operate the center is enormous, and we hope the help CMI receives through the generosity of others will help incur the cost. Because of CYE commitment to helping the homeless, CYE continues to provide funding for food, shelter, and the cost of various staff to work with the homeless.
Covenant Mentoring Services
The goal of Covenant Mentoring Service as it relates to the homeless is to provide quality support that results in a higher quality of life, the life we all deserve.
Those that are homeless are challenged with the day to day needs which many take for granted. While we provide food, shelter, and much needed supplies, our goal is to partner with CYE to provide the clinical component. Both services working together has a better chance of helping the homeless move towards permanent shelter and employment.
Covenant Youth Empowerment as a Mental Health Agency is licensed by the State of Georgia to provide CORE services. Only clients with real intentions on improving their lives and participating in the program will be offered a chance to participate in the program. For those not interested in the program, we are proud to offer information about other services and programs that could help.
Before clients enter the home, we like to make sure they fully understand our program, and someone clinical will speak with them to determine if they will be a good fit for this program. As much as possible, we like to make sure we bring in mature candidates that have a heart bent on improving.
The photo above was taken at the homeless shelter. Pictured from left to right is the night staff Robert, Homeless Administrator Cary, Ivron support Jarvis Martin, and a nearby contractor visiting the home.