Shepherd's Rest Services
Shepherd's Rest is a family violence crisis center, located in Paulding County, GA with a 24 Hour Crisis Line and Emergency Housing for victims of domestic violence and their children.
Since the shelter opened on December 26, 1997, Shepherd’s Rest Ministries has provided shelter to over 5,000 women and children and has provided support services to thousands of others.
Our shelter is a safe-house and it's location is confidential. The shelter is staffed 24-hours a day and will provide for all basic needs including food, clothing, personal care items, and other essentials. As with all New Beginnings programs, our shelter residents receive agency core services and the care that they desperately need.
Some of the Service That We Offer Include:
24-hour Crisis Line
Food and Clothing
Individual Case Management and Advocacy
Assistance with School Enrollment
Weekly Women’s Support Groups
Weekly Support Groups for Children Aged 7 and Up
Annual Domestic Violence Classes
Resources and Referrals for Outside Mental Health Counseling, Housing, Day Care, and Local Community Services
For I know the plans that I have for you, declares the Lord, plans to prosper you, and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.
We Want To See
Our hope is to be an encouragement in the lives of abused and homeless women by helping them heal, find belief in themselves, and grow in self-sufficiency.
WE HAVE HELPED
Multiple Women Obtain Their GED
24 Women Enroll in Chattahoochee Technical College
1 Woman Enroll in Vogue Beauty School
Numerous Women Obtain Their Driver’s License
81 of Our Families Locate Long-Term Housing
34 Families Presented with Used Cars Donated to Shepherd’s Rest Ministries
96 Families, Including 238 Children Have Been the Recipients of Toys, Food, and Clothing During Our Christmas Outreach Program
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