What We Do

Families are the fastest growing segment of the U.S. homeless population, which now numbers 2.5 million. 1 in 30 American children will experience homelessness this year, and 1 in 5 will live in poverty. There is a desperate need for a community-based, comprehensive response to homelessness in order to address its root causes. Family Promise of Hall County's programs are designed to build a collaborative network of services to provide complete wrap-around support all from our centralized campus, The Homestead.


Empowerment (Shelter) Program

helping low-income families through sheltering achieve lasting independence by addressing the underlying causes of homelessness

Next Step (Transitional Housing) Program

providing an affordable housing solution to graduates of the Empowerment Program


Little Steps Community Daycare

assisting low-income families with their childcare needs


L.I.F.E. Program

providing life-skills classes for families and individuals to equip them with practical knowledge

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partnering  with Help Us Move In to prevent eviction, stabilize, and rehome families experiencing or at risk of homelessness

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Family Food Market

offering a client-choice pantry to empower families of all sizes to shop for the goods they need

Diaper Bank

partnering with the Junior League of Gainesville-Hall County to provide diapers to low-income families

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Christmas Promise Store

empowering those most vulnerable parents to bring joy to their children during the Christmas season

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