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Get Help from Family Promise Cobb

If you or your minor child(ren) experiencing homelessness, Family Promise Cobb is here to help. We understand that this can be a challenging and overwhelming time, and we are committed to providing the support and resources you need to regain stability and independence.


How We Can Help

Family Promise Cobb offers a range of services to help families experiencing homelessness:

  • Temporary Shelter: Safe and secure shelter for families while they work towards finding permanent housing.

  • Meals: Nutritious meals provided during your stay.

  • Case Management: Personalized support to help you navigate available resources, find housing, secure employment, and access other necessary services.

  • Support Services: Access to financial literacy training, job readiness programs, and more to help you achieve long-term stability.


Eligibility Criteria

To become a guest of Family Promise Cobb, you must:

  • Be a family with at least one minor child.

  • Be experiencing homelessness or at immediate risk of homelessness.

  • Be willing to participate in case management and work towards achieving your goals.

  • Pass a background check for the safety of all our guests.

  • Have your own transportation, as Cobb County does not have comprehensive public transportation at this time. 


How to Apply

If you meet the eligibility criteria and are in need of our services, please follow these steps:

  1. Contact Us: Call our main office at 678-594-3150 or email us at to speak with a staff member who can provide more information and begin the intake process.

  2. Initial Assessment: Our staff will conduct an initial assessment to understand your situation and determine how we can best assist you.

  3. Intake Interview: If you are eligible, we will schedule an intake interview to gather more detailed information and discuss your needs and goals.

  4. Program Admission: Once accepted into the program, you will work closely with our case managers to create a personalized plan for achieving stability and independence.


Additional Resources

In addition to our own services, we can connect you with other community resources, including:

  • Emergency Shelters: Immediate housing solutions for those in crisis.

  • Food Pantries: Access to food assistance programs in the community.

  • Healthcare Services: Clinics and healthcare providers offering low-cost or free services.

  • Employment Services: Job placement and training programs to help you find and maintain employment.

  • Legal Assistance: Resources for legal support related to housing, employment, and other issues.​

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