Outreach Programs

Nicholas House

The National Hook-Up of Black Women Atlanta Metro Chapter is commented to help the families by delivering can goods, school clothes, personal items, books and weekly to monthly fresh bread. 

Our House: A Childcare and Support Center for Homeless Families

The National Hook-Up of Black Women Atlanta Metro Chapter is very active to full Our House in breaking the chains of homelessness by providing quality early childhood education and comp rehensive support services for families who are experiencing homelessness.

Women of Gilgal, Inc.

The National Hook Up of Black Women Atlanta Metro Chapter give our full support to uplift and carry out the mission to educate, equip, and empower women to embrace a future free of drugs/ alcohol utilizing their fullest potential in a God-honoring way through day treatment, counseling, and life skills development.

Women's Resource Center to End Domestic Violence

Since our founding in 1986, Women's Resource Center to End Domestic Violence has worked to change the societal systems that enable violence while providing resources and support to a diverse community of domestic violence survivors and child witnesses. Based in DeKalb County, we serve the entire metro-Atlanta area with innovative approaches to our support services. The formation of our program is based heavily on feedback received from and services requested by the women themselves. At WRC we work with women at various stages on their journey toward safely and self-discovery. Our programs link women with the resources they need so they can see the best of themselves and can tap into the strength they have already. Our programming seeks to provide women with choices for their futures and emotional support as they make decisions for themselves and their families. Everyone has the right to live a life without violence, and Women's Resource Center strives to make sure that every woman in our community can claim that right for herself. Women's Resource Center to End Domestic Violence does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, language spoken, religion, physical ability, or sexual orientation. 

We are helping them by supplying reading books to the abuse women and children to promote literacy.

Wish List of Books!

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