About Us

Project3Sixty is incorporated under the laws of the State of Georgia and enjoys non-profit status under Section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Service Tax Code. Project3Sixty, Inc. is one of the first residential rehabilitation facilities to rescue homeless men and women from suffering; offering the simplest of life's necessities, leading to the ability to revive and restore their personal pride and honor and become a productive and contributing member to society. By supporting homeless men, women and children in such extreme poverty we can enable them to experience the fullness of life God offers. Join Project3Sixty, Inc. and individuals all over the community as we seek to bring compassion and justice to the homeless people. As a supporter, you can help save homeless people revive, restore, and release their life.

Our Mission

Project3Sixty will aid homeless (and otherwise distressed) people in urban environments whose exposure to social issues such as domestic violence, poverty, illiteracy and mental illness have caused unemployment and homelessness in their lives. We will provide a sanctuary where the homeless will receive comprehensive social services and support which will enable them to rebuild their lives.

Hunger relief

Project3Sixty will be a "one-stop shop" for the homeless and distressed. Services and temporary living quarters will be provided in one location. Although services shall be provided to clients at no financial cost to the individual, there will be processes in place which measure the client's commitment to the prescribed program and he or she will be held accountable.

Revive - Restore - Release

At the foundation of Project3Sixty Program are three basic tenets. They are Revive - Restore - Release. They define the cycle in which clients will be served.

Revive During treatment we will provide short-term and long-term shelter to homeless and distressed individuals and families. We will provide any necessary medical services and nutrition. With a stable and safe living environment achieved, clients receive an assessment of the social services which are needed. They are then prescribed a customized services program; which is their roadmap to Restoration.

Restore In this cycle, clients receive an assigned counselor (or team of counselors and physicians and other providers) who provide support and direction as the client executes the services program. Job training, life skills, job placement, conflict resolution, social service referrals etc. are engaged and completed as the client prepares for the final cycle of the program.

Release As the client completes the customized service program he (or she) is positioned for a successful transition into his own home. Clients receive referrals for needed services which provide ongoing assistance such as the HUD Family Self Sufficiency program, Food Stamp program, etc. The progress of clients who complete the Release phase is tracked by program counselors and strategic partners via ongoing constant contact with the client.

Mobile Kitchen

Project3Sixty Mobile kitchen is the designed to prepare & serve food for homeless and low-income families. It is a feature of urban culture in many countries. Our Mobile kithchens are performed using food trucks, trailers, carts and food stands. Many types of foods may be prepared. Our Mobile kitchen is also used to provide food to people during times of emergency.