Permanent supportive housing Atlanta, Georgia by 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!!
Positive Transition Services is THOR certified and an RPH state-certifiedhousing provider with housing sites located in downtown Atlanta andClayton County. All housing that is provided includes a fully furnished home,WiFi to assist with searching for a job and telehealth medical services,COVID-19 cleaning supplies, phone services, clothing, and food. ThePositive Transition Services team includes a certified therapist, registerednurse, site maintenance specialist, and an advisory committee chairman forveteran services.
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.
PTS ensures every resident receives a thorough Mental Health,Substance Abuse, and Nursing Assessment within 48 hours ofenrollment to address barriers associated barriers that preventtransitioning into the community. We continue to build strongrelationships with our local clinicians and primary care doctorsin the community. Every resident is offered job readiness training, full timeemployment with, a great pay and benefits and/or jobcertification training in fields like construction, CDL, InformationTechnology, Welding and so much more. We are able tosuccessfully accomplish this task through priceless partnershipswith employers in the community.
Positive Transition Services Intern Spotlight: Why did you choose to intern with PTS? I have always had an interest in working with the prisonpopulation because I feel like prison does not really rehabilitatethe inmates and this program does just that. PTS goes deep intoensuring these gentlemen who are in need are set up forsuccess and this is something I have always found important. What do you expect to gain from this internship?I expect to enhance my skills as a social worker such as case management, skills as abroker, communication skills, critical thinking skills, and listening skills. Read additional info at Second Chance Re-Entry Housing.
Financial literacy is the confluence of financial, credit and debt management and the knowledge that is necessary to make financially responsible decisions decisions that are integral to our everyday lives. Financial literacy includes understanding how a checking account works, what using a credit card really means, and how to avoid debt. While most people receive their Social Security and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) payments directly, some need assistance in managing their benefits. Payments to these individuals are paid through a representative payee who receives the check on behalf of the beneficiary and provides for their personal needs.