Morning Glory Home Incorporation is also known in the community as Morning Glory Transitional Home. Morning Glory Home Incorporation is a 501C (3) non-profit organization that is located at a two storey home on approximately 3.5 acres of land in Stone Mountain,Georgia. M.G.H. Inc. assists individuals by providing them shelter, food, clothes, educational and employment workshops. Morning Glory Home Inc. will house 1 to 6 individuals on the property.
Morning Glory Home Inc. was founded and became incorporated in 2008. The organization received the 501C (3) non-profit status in 2010. In 2008, M.G.T.H Inc sheltered homeless families that were victims of Hurricane Katrina. Since 2010, the organization has developed a specialized program which provides shelter, food, essential needs, and counseling to homeless individuals. The objective of the program is to provide a safe and environment for the target population to increase each individual’s ability to increase their opportunity for success. The participants of the program are evaluated by their success of gaining employment, stable housing, and finance management.
At Morning Glory Transitional Home, we welcome women who are currently employed, are single with no dependents, and are committed to improving their lives.
Residents of Morning Glory Home take pride in their home, and each resident contributes in her own way to the care and cleanliness of the house.
Developing self-concept, personal goal setting, problem solving, decision making, dealing with anger, personal safety, time management, grooming and hygiene, alone or lonely, assertiveness, self-esteem, trust, risk taking, values, learning to laugh, stress management.
Communication skills, self-disclosure and feedback, accepting others, friendships, conflict resolution, hosting and attending social events, healthy relationships.
Budget coaching, shopping, paying bills, cooking and nutrition, maintaining comfortable living space, landlord/tenant relations, navigating the healthcare system, recreation and leisure time, connecting with community resources for employment and educational needs, accessing 'freebies', basic computer skills (e.g. internet, e-mail, social networking).
Educates the woman of the program about various health topics which includes; Diabetes, Heart Disease, Gynecological, and Breast Cancer Awareness. We also refer our clients in need of Medical and/or Mental health assistance to Grady Hospital or DeKalb Mental Health clinic for our members to have access to medical care.
Here are some of the programs, Morning Glory Transitional Home Inc. offers
Morning Glory Transitional Home Inc. has developed individualized workshops that will prepare the women of the program to become self-sufficient and independent; while increasing their self-worth. Morning Glory Transitional Home Inc. provides counseling, education, health advocacy, referrals, case management; to the program meRead More
Morning Glory Transitional Home, Inc. outreach to community members by providing seminars, workshops that educates individuals about; various health topics, housing assistance, career and educational development, and much more. Morning Glory Transitional Home, Inc. also travels to the city of Atlanta to feed the homeless.Read More
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Morning Glory Transitional Home Inc. outstanding and numerous success stories. Morning Glory Transitional Home Inc. has been in operation for a short period; however the women of the organization whom utilized our program at its full potential have positive outcomes. Thus far, our success stories include:
In 2010, one member was homeless and she was able to go back to school to increase her education. She was able to become employed within 3 months and find an apartment 6 months later. A few months later after living in her apartment and becoming stable in her new home, she united with her […]Read More
In 2011, one member never thought she would have been able to own her apartment. She utilized the program, saved her money and become stable. Nine months later she completed her program and was able to rent her own apartment.Read More
In 2012, one member moved from another state to Georgia hoping for a better future. When she moved here she was faced with homelessness. She enrolled herself in a C.N.A course and graduated. She obtained employment at the local hospital and two months later obtain housing in the DeKalb County area.Read More
Currently, one member was faced with homelessness because her employer reduced her income. She could no longer afford where she lived. She was accepted in the program and six months later she was able to obtain full time employment. She is currently still active as a member of the organization.Read More
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