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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Human Service Organizations, Human Services

Mission: To empower women and women with children to end the generational cycles of addiction, homelessness, and poverty.

Results: Since 1996, Mary Hall Freedom House has empowered over 10,000 women, Veterans, children, and families.

Target demographics: women, Veterans, children, and families

Direct beneficiaries per year: 800-900 Women, Veterans, Children, and Families

Geographic areas served: Georgia

Programs: Recovery and Housing Programs & Services for Women, Veterans, and their children, Specialized programs for pregnant and newly post-partum women who are struggling with substance abuse, as well as their immediate families and support systems, Population-specific career development programs and housing for Veterans, Therapeutic childcare for our participants' children, many of which have already experienced more distress and serious life situations in their short lives than most adults, and 24/7/364 Emergency, Low-Barrier Housing for Women and Families

Community Stories

2 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Cynthia C.4

Client Served

Rating: 5

My name is Cynthia Campos!!!
Mhfh has helped me in so many ways! Coming from a life addicted to drugs, alcohol, and prostitution I never expected to be were I'm at today thanks to Ms. Lucy Hall and her wonderful staff. I have accomplished so much since being at MHFH and am working on stability. I am currently in the housing part of MHFH for single women with children and it has been an awesome experience. Words can't thank enough for all the gratitude I have towards Ms.Lucy Hall and all her amazing staff!!!!
Thank you!!

Tamiko Koko B.

Client Served

Rating: 5

My name is Tamiko Castillo...and I am a proud graduate of Mary Hall Freedom House...I graduated in June of 2016. I owe my new life to God, MHFH, and Mrs. Lucy Hall for providing for me everything that I needed to recover from homelessness and drug addiction. Today I have four years clean and sober. I am a very productive member of society! Thank you, Mary Hall Freedom House, for believing in me, and loving me until I learned to love myself!!!