Webinar Archive: Homelessness Around Atlanta

On Dec. 15, Gateway Center Executive Director Vince Smith and United Way Homelessness Director Phil Hunter joined us for a webinar to discuss homelessness around Atlanta. Smith and Hunter gave their insights and talked about what their organizations are doing to end chronic homelessness around the region. We’ve posted the Powerpoint presentation used in the webinar below.


You can also download a Gateway Center Fact Sheet and more information on United Way of Metropolitan Atlanta’s Streets to Home initiative here.

Public Square Atlanta staff plan to volunteer for the next Streets to Home outreach on Jan. 19, 2012. Would you like to join us? Please contact PBA Community Outreach Manager Jason Parker for details.

[Please note that due to a technical issue, we do not have audio of the webinar. We apologize for the error.]

Webinar on Homelessness Around Atlanta, Dec. 15

Who are “the homeless”? Who is working to help them? What can I do?

Please join us for Public Square Atlanta’s next webinar on homelessness in Atlanta. Vince Smith, Executive Director of the Gateway Center, and Phil Hunter, head of United Way’s Street to Home Initiative, will give their insights on the problem and the people affected by homelessness, along with information about their organizations’ efforts and how you can help.

The webinar will take place on Thursday, Dec. 15 at 1 p.m. We hope you can join us!

Click here to register now.

Sheryl Merritt, Prestige Diversion Program Coordinator at World Changers Church International, talks about the work they are doing to end sex trafficking and exploitation around Atlanta.

http://ladyofprestige.org

The director and operations manager of Atlanta non-profit agency Meet Justice talk about sex trafficking in Atlanta and their efforts to fight it. Their awareness campaigns include Innocence Atlanta, focused on stopping the commercial sexual exploitation of children, and Meet Justice Medical, a non-profit providing training to health care providers to recognize signs of sexual exploitation.