Daybreak Center in Macon, Ga.
|Location||Who we help|
|Macon, Georgia||Adult individuals facing homelessness--on the street, in tents, or housing "insecure"|
|How we help||How to volunteer or get involved|
|Giving a hot morning meal, safe place to relax during the day, and access to resources to help individuals move from homelessness to a life of hope and dignity||Please contact Macon Director, Sister Theresa Sullivan, at 478-216-9119.|
|Contact details||About us|
|Director, Sister Theresa Sullivan, 174 Walnut Street, Macon, Ga 31201 or call 478-216-9119. We always need volunteers and donations. Monday through Friday--give your time or call to donate supplies.||Daybreak is a day/resource center offering individuals access to showers, telephones, computers, laundry services, a medical clinic, and case managers.|
Our day/resource centers provide services to individuals facing the immediate crisis of homelessness. In Little Rock, Arkansas and Macon, Georgia, Depaul USA provides a welcoming place where individuals can get a hot meal, relax, wash up and do laundry, and speak with a social worker.
Daybreak works on removing obstacles in a person's life by establishing a relationship with them, giving them a place to rest, offering services to feel renewed, and connecting them to other community resources in oder to help them move from being homeless to a life with increased stability which is a long road, but with the help of a supportive system it can be transforming!
Daybreak cannot operate without our volunteers and donations from the community. We are always seeking fresh faces to greet and help our participants on a regular basis Monday through Friday. However, businesses, church youth groups, or schools that have students do community service can help by doing an outreach project such as collecting items on our needs list, or come volunteer as a team one day.