BELOVED ATLANTA IS THE ONLY two-year RESIDENTIAL HOME & PROGRAM FOR ADULT WOMEN SURVIVING PROSTITUTION, TRAFFICKING AND ADDICTION IN ATL,GA.


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residential program

Since March 2013, BeLoved Atlanta has provided a program and residential home to women who desire freedom from prostitution, trafficking and addiction in the city of Atlanta.

– Serve adult women ages 18 and older
– 2-year program
– 4 bed capacity
– Free-of-charge to participants
– Only two-year home for survivors of prostitution, trafficking and addiction in the city of Atlanta.  
– Our location in the city allows our residents to utilize the city’s resources, learn to overcome triggers, and live in a community of accountability during and following their participation in the program.

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housing placement

As a resident prepares to transition out of the BeLoved Home, we will assist her in finding affordable and healthy housing. Residents may also qualify for assistance with deposit and first months rent.

 

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Community advocacy

Adult women in prostitution are viewed as criminals. BeLoved is dedicated to seeing a community that views survivors as leaders.

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RESTORATION PROGRAM

We believe that true freedom is only found through Christ. We identify and address each woman’s trauma by providing counseling, DBT, case management, and therapeutic groups. Through this we are able to see growth and transformation.

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EDUCATION & EMPLOYMENT

An individual action plan is created for each resident to assist in accomplishing her educational and employment goals. This includes GED programs, tutoring, continuing education, job readiness training, and assistance with job placement.

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GRADUATE PROGRAM

We continue to serve our graduates with quarterly case management, weekly support groups, scholarship opportunities, and resources.