Permanent supportive housing Atlanta with Positive Transition Services

Permanent supportive housing Atlanta, Georgia with Positive Transition Services? This month PTS would like to recognize James Jones for being a GOOD NEIGHBOR!! Hisimpeccable social skills and craftsmanship has caught everyone’s attention. James, afocused and determined college student at Atlanta Technical College, has never asked but isalways giving. This month when PTS lacked manpower to swiftly mobilize and assemblefurniture to receive two residents in dire need of transitioning out of an emergency shelter,James stepped right in with a helping “handy” hand. As a result of James quick and wittyactions, PTS was able to end homelessness for these two now, very grateful men. We trulyappreciate you James Jones!!

Located in Fulton County, Georgia, Positive Transition Services provides aholistic approach to ending homelessness. We receive referrals from ourpartners, including the Veterans Administration, Clark Atlanta University, theGeorgia Department of Corrections, Pardons & Parole, United Way, and the Fulton County Superior Accountability Court. Our clients include Disabled Individuals, Veterans, Chronically Homeless Individuals, Elderly Individuals, Re-Entry Citizens Families and those in recovery.

Positive Transition Services non-profit where we are committed to fighting to end homelessness by maximizing resources and minimizing gaps! Our #1 goal is to ensure we transition lives that are meaningful and positive through affordable housing and supportive services. Based in Fulton, Georgia, Positive Transition Services, Inc. was founded in 2013 by Founder andExecutive Director Bartola Anderson. Ms. Anderson started this organization in order to create anon-profit organization geared towards ending homelessness by offering affordable housingplacement, supportive services, empowerment, and educational initiatives. With a background ingovernment and education, Ms. Anderson has spent her career working with under-resourcedcommunities and is now working to end homelessness and empower lives within her community.

Over 90% of our residents come to us with no income or support.Delivering essential necessities is paramount to thetreatmentand care we provide to our residents. From day one ofenrollment, our residents receive month-to-month supplies ofclothing, COVID-19 supplies such as masks and hand sanitizers,household cleaning supplies, free laundry services and freefood. In an ongoing effort to support our residents with transitioning,PTS covers all costs associated with our clients receivingfurniture from the Furniture Bank in the community. We alsoprovide each resident with household items, bedding, and muchmore.

Positive Transition Services Intern Spotlight: What is your major and school?I currently attend Clark Atlanta University andI am in the Masters of Social Work (MSW)program in the Whitney M. Young Jr. Schoolof Social Work. Why did you choose to intern with PTS?In essence, this internship chose me. I wascoming off a previous internship that didn’tserve me the way I thought it would. So,when I found out about this one, I wasexcited about working with a population I had little experience working with. I felt like thisopportunity would be beneficial. To date, it has been just that. Read even more info at Positive Transition Services.

Families that are homeless or facing imminent eviction are the primary beneficiaries of transitional housing and emergency shelters. The goal of transitional housing is to ensure families and individuals live independently and transition into long term, permanent housing or apartments. It is meant to provide a safe, supportive environment where residents can overcome trauma, begin to address the issues that led to homelessness or kept them homeless, and begin to rebuild their support network.” Within this year alone, PTS has assisted more than 100 individuals with emergency housing to help them remain crime free.