92% of homeless mothers have experienced severe abuse and left their homes to save themselves and their children.
Over 40% of homeless people DO have jobs and many have education beyond high school.
Homelessness is not just an inner city issue. There ARE many homeless in our community right now that need our help!
The average age of a homeless person is 9 years old.
Rainbow Village is a transitional housing community for homeless families with children in North Metro Atlanta. Most of the heads-of-household at Rainbow Village are women who have fled lives full of domestic violence and poverty.
Rainbow Village embodies the phrase “it takes a village.” We’ve set in motion a true “village” model, where homeless families with children can find refuge, recover and learn to rebuild their lives with the love and support of a community-based family surrounding them. Instead of a quick fix in times of crisis, Rainbow Village’s program offers a long-term solution through support services for the whole family.
Rainbow Village residents aren’t merely seeking a safe place to live. They are seeking the opportunity to craft a new life for themselves and their children that is full of love, faith and promise.
Our goal is to break the cycles of homelessness, poverty and domestic violence. We teach adults and children to believe in themselves again, charting a new course towards a lifetime of self-sufficiency.
We invite you now to explore the pages of our site and learn how you can help us build a stronger community… one family at a time!