“I had to fight for my country and when I was done with that, I realized I had to fight again for my life. The Trinity Living program is my General and my platoon. All for one and one for all.” – T. Goodman, Trinity Living program resident, 2012
Trinity Living was created with those who have served our country in mind. The program provides permanent supportive housing to male veterans who are experiencing homelessness, and, in many cases, recovery from addiction. Trinity Living is designed to provide case management, access to counseling, mentoring, education, and life skills remediation. Residents of Trinity Living have the added responsibility of maintaining an apartment while achieving their personal goals of recovery. The program houses 16 men in eight, two-bedroom apartment units at the Eagle’s Nest complex in West Atlanta.
On Oct. 20th, 2013, veteran and former United States Senator, Max Cleland joined Trinity Community Ministries in paying tribute to the enduring spirits of our homeless veterans at a special evening dedicated to the support of our mission.
View our photo gallery and watch the video from this special night.