In 2008, U-Hope CDC recognized the need to open the doors of help and hope for the Sandy Springs homeless. We have established a strong track-record of accomplishments and equipping participants with the necessary tools to sustain permanent housing, and secure meaningful employment. Participants learn life management skills, participate in career counseling, succeed in reestablish family ties, and lead a drug free life.
U-Hope CDC, Inc is a non-profit organization with 501 (c)(3) tax-exempt status. We are dedicated and Committed to Restoring the Loss of Dignity among Men, by empowering them to reclaim their role in society. We offer the homeless, safe and supportive housing, while assisting them to transition into self-sustenance, by instilling positive life changes.
THE NEEDS ARE REAL
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