HTDI has established collaborative partnerships with other nonprofits, organizations, and agencies in an ongoing effort to support our mission to increase impact and provide more opportunities of H.O.P.E., for individuals and families, to access the supports they need to live independently. HTDI has a “revolving-door relationship,” with the following nonprofits and agencies, in which we refer our clients for some services, and accept referrals from our collaborative partners who have clients that are in need of our programs and services.


Caring Works, Inc.: Provides comprehensive case management and supportive service linkages to homeless persons with special needs.


Behavioral Health Link: Provides triage and intervention to individuals who are experiencing crisis.


St. Joseph’s Mercy Care Service: Provides Mental Health Case Management and HIV/AIDS education and testing.


St. Jude’s Recovery Center, Inc.: Provides critical care to individuals in Atlanta fighting homelessness and addiction. It is one of the few treatment center in Georgia that provides a full continuum of care.


In Partnership with Grady Hospital and Grady IDP Unit: Provides services to people with severe Mental Health/Substance Abuse and HIV/AIDS needs.


Aniz, Inc.: Promotes emotional and physical wellness by providing mental health and substance abuse counseling, support services, and sexual health education. This work is done with the overarching objective of reducing risk behaviors in individuals and families affected by sexual health disparities including HIV/AIDS.


AID Atlanta, Inc.: Provides persons living with HIV/AIDS with case management and medical resources.


Fulton County City of Atlanta Jails/Court, Fulton County, DeKalb County, City of Atlanta Jails/Drug Court: Provide referrals for community services.  www.atlantaga.govwww.fultonsheriff.orgwww.dekalbsheriff.org


Living Room: Provides housing information, placement, and financial assistance for low-income people who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless due to HIV/AIDS.


Cross-roads Community Ministries: Assists participants in obtaining transportation assistance,as well as help with acquiring birth certificates and social security cards.


Zion Hill CDC: Provides transitional housing and employment rehabilitation for homeless mothers with children.


Jefferson’s Place: Provides transitional housing for homeless men.


The Gateway Center: Designed to serve as the “gateway” to the community continuum of care that helps individuals move out of homelessness.


Furniture Bank of Metro Atlanta: Recycles used furniture from individuals and companies and gives it to people moving out of homelessness, fleeing domestic violence and living with HIV/AIDS.


Atlanta Food Bank : Procures more than 50 million pounds of food and groceries each year and distributes it to more than 600 nonprofit partner agencies serving families and individuals in 29 metro Atlanta and north Georgia counties.


City of Refuge: Providers toiletries, food/beverages to HTDI.


Action Ministries Inc. is a nonprofit that provides an extensive network of community partners and volunteers with the tools and expertise to lead fellow Georgians out of poverty.


Travelers Aid: Provides safety net emergency services to low-income travelers, newcomers, and residents in crisis.


Atlanta Habitat for Humanity: Partners with low-income working families, sponsors and communities to build affordable quality homes and to provide support services that promote successful home purchase and ownership.


Operation Christmas Child: Meets the needs of people who are victims of war, poverty, natural disaster, disease, and famine, with the purpose of sharing God’s love through His Son, Jesus Christ.


Atlanta Center for Self-Sufficiency (ACSS): Provides employment rehabilitation, job readiness, and employment services to H.O.P.E Through Divine Intervention, Inc. communities.


Georgia Association of Recovery Residents (GARR): Evaluates and monitors quality of care in the rapidly growing field of addiction recovery related services in the state of Georgia. It was the first association to develop and maintain a standards system for recovery residence programs in the state.


STAND, Inc.: Recognized as one of Metro Atlanta’s leading community-based organizations providing services for ex-offenders, housing, substance abuse & HIV intervention/prevention/treatment.


Pathways: PATHWAYS COMPASS is a secure, easy to use, Internet based CommunityInformation Sharing System, which meets HUD Homeless Information System (HMIS) requirements.


Meals-On-Wheels Atlanta: Provides delivery of nourishing meals to frail or homebound seniors who are unable to prepare or afford the nutrition they need due to extenuating circumstances such as a disability or extreme poverty.


Pills-On-Wheels: Serves the needs of the senior and disabled populations of Atlanta by offering FREE and on-time delivery of prescription medications.


Caring For Others, Inc.: Human services organization that facilitates personal dignity and provides basic necessities to economically-disadvantaged individuals, senior citizens, the disabled, the unemployed, and families with children.


Fulton County Workforce Development: The Office of Workforce Development programs are design to assist Fulton County residents and employers in developing and sustaining a workforce that realizes viable incomes and benefits.


ManpowerGroup: Delivers the expertise and talent-related capabilities that companies need to leverage the power of people within their organization.


Clayton County Workforce Development: The Office of Workforce Development programs are design to assist Clayton County residents and employers in developing and sustaining a workforce that realizes viable incomes and benefits.


DeKalb Workforce Development: Provides a collaboration of service organizations providing unified education, training and employment programs for job seekers and workforce development services to businesses.