To reach the growing number of at-risk and homeless teens and young adult, struggling with basic needs in Georgia with limited ways to access school, support services, and resources.
To centralize local and national resources for at-risk and homeless teens and young adults in Georgia aged 14 to 21 on a digital platform that are accessible where they are by cell phone, a portable tablet, or a laptop through Wi-Fi or the internet.
Donations to maintain, update the site, and administer our programs. Volunteers to expand our Social Media footprint to reach at-risk and homeless teens and young adults for dream fulfillment!
To identify and provide resources and support to homeless teens and young adults ages 14-24 who are in or want to be in school as they move from place to place, struggling to maintain basic needs.
To address the number one factor for elevated risk of homelessness for teens and young adults, the lack of a high school diploma or GED. By providing high school , college, and community resources on a one-stop, secure digital platform that is free and accessible 24/7 through a cell phone or the internet.
Volunteers to help us maintain the site, administer our programs and donations to keep Dream Connect free and updated.
Covid-19 Resources in Georgia
Voting for Homeless Youth 18 and older
Public Wifi Locations
GCPS begins summer school registration for high school students, covering costs for up to two courses. New for Summer School 2021: GCPS will pay
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Home Free Program is providing help to runaway, homeless, and exploited youth to return home safely or get to a safe and stable place to
Two recent studies aimed at quantifying the problem of homeless young adults arrived at differing conclusions. Data from city of Atlanta found 3,217 homeless individuals,
One of the first lessons Jalyn Wharton learned her 1st year at Kennesaw University was how to stretch a pizza so it would feed