4265 Thurmond Rd

PO Box 2464

Forest Park, Georgia 30297

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Phone: 404.361.5309

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Providing a safe, faith-based environment for individuals and families while providing the tools to transition from homelessness to self sufficiency with dignity and pride.

 
Who Are We?

Calvary Refuge, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides emergency and transitional housing and food for homeless individuals and families in need. Through the continued effort of our staff, our volunteers, financial and other donations, and generous grants provided by federal, state, and county agencies, the Calvary Refuge Center has aided the homeless for nearly 30 years.

 

Through our Transitional and Emergency Housing programs, Calvary Refuge Center has helped thousands of homeless adults and children in need.

The average American family is just a few paychecks away from homelessness. Remember that we are always in need of volunteers, food and financial assistance. 

Sonia Davis honored

 

Mrs.Sonia Davis, Clayton County Public Schools Coordinator of Homeless Education was honored on 3/20/18 with a Proclamation during Women’s History month given by Clayton County Commissioner Franklin Warner.

                                                                                                    

The Tommy Holland Emergency Shelter

 

Picture of New Family facility, known as the Holland Hall, located at Calvary Refuge, Inc., in the City of Forest Park, GA. This new facility for homeless families was constructed during 2016-2017 with funding provided by the Urban Redevelopment Agency and the City of Forest Park, GA. The Board of Directors, Staff and Residents of Calvary Refuge, Inc. wish to express their appreciation and gratitude to the URA, the Mayor and the City Council, this 21 Day of August, 2017.

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Pillar of the Community Award 2016

The Good Shepherd Clinic recently hosted its annual Pillar Luncheon in the Fellowship Hall at First Baptist Church of Jonesboro. The luncheon honors five people who have strong ties in the Clayton community.

 

The following residents were honored this year, from left, Medical Pillar, Dr. Don McMillian, veterinarian; Education Pillar, Luvenia Jackson, superintendent of Clayton County schools; Business Pillar, Scott Willett, Willett Honda Car Dealership; Community Pillar, Tawana Tarno, director of Calvary Refuge Shelter; and Legal Pillar, Ret. Judge William Ison. (Special Photo)