In the summer of 2020, Warriors Set Free began to ask God where He wanted WSF to begin to expand to help more veterans. Over the coming year, Atlanta, Georgia, was brought up repeatedly. With over 616,000 veterans in the state, Georgia is home to numerous active duty bases.
In Dec 2021, WSF planted our flag in Georgia with the hiring of our first full-time ministry outreach position. Mitch Schumacher, Army Ranger Veteran, came to us with over 17 years of ministry experience. He has been off and running since coming on board.
At VEO, we offer a healing campus environment that allows veterans to rebuild their lives. Our mission is to empower veterans along their journey to self-sufficiency.
☆ Housing ☆ Optimal Wellness ☆ Workforce Development
An estimated 2000 veterans throughout Georgia have little access to the resources they need for daily living. There are many invisible wounds that affect veterans, including post-traumatic stress disorder, substance abuse, depression, and anxiety – all of which can lead to homelessness.
At Camp Southern Groups, we are committed to serving the men and women who have fought to protect our country. Warrior Week and Warrior PATHH specifically care for the health and wellbeing of post-9/11 veterans while providing the necessary support in their transition to life after military service. Both are provided at no cost to veterans.
City of Refuge is a faith-based environment that helps individuals and families transition out of crisis.
LIGHT. HOPE. TRANSFORMATION.
At City of Refuge, we know that transformation only takes place in the context of hard work and loving relationships.
Their campus programs are a result of over two decades of experience in community development. Our programs are holistic and based on four key impact areas: Health & Wellness, Housing, Vocational Training, and Youth Development.
VETLANTA is a club operated exclusively for veteran social and business networking and community service purposes.
Their purpose is to help veterans get connected to the resources and community they need. Focus on network with Atlanta area businesses (including non-profits, education institutions, government agencies), to find those organizations with like-minded values who may have opportunities for veterans.
To maximize our impact on efforts, VETLANTA may become involved with local volunteer opportunities in order to facilitate camaraderie and give veterans a chance to network effectively.
Trading in a uniform for civilian clothes is never easy. And for the Warriors who don’t have support, it can be overwhelming. Based in Atlanta, The Warrior Alliance is on a mission to simplify this major life transition.
With thousands of organizations committed to serving Warriors, it can be tough knowing which ones to use. That’s why we’ve curated a catalogue of service providers – organized by category – that can support you on this journey.