St. Vincent de Paul Georgia understands the uncertainty you may be experiencing at this time. As always, we’re committed to being responsive to your needs. If you or someone is in need of assistance, please call our helpline at 678-892-6163 to connect with your local SVdP Conference. Our Conferences remain open to assist remotely and as funds are available.

* Last Updated 2/04/2021


Domino’s expects to hire 10,000 workers

Whole Foods (Chamblee / Brookhaven)

Nightly Office Cleaner PT (OTP North)

Freight/Receiving (Roswell)

Freight/Receiving (Alpharetta)

Goodwill Virtual Career Service



Scientific Programmer | University of Georgia | Athens, GA

General Dynamics Information Technology | Web Developer / Designer – CDC Coronavirus Support | Atlanta, GA

Amazon is Hiring Delivery Drivers


Grub Hub




Blue Apron





Federal Express

Pepsico (Pepsi and Frito-Lay)




Dollar General

Dollar Tree / Family Dollar

Home Depot and Lowe’s – Spring time seasonal ramp-up.

Papa John’s

Pizza Hut

Medical Facilities as retirement and nursing centers (as aids and assistants)

United Healthcare

Kaiser Healthcare

Sunrise Senior Living

Lawn Services – seasonal hiring

State and Local Unemployment  related offices – no handle demand in claims

I.R.S. and Census – seasonal employment

Zoom Video and Slack – customer support for remote meeting services



HR 311: Emergency Coronavirus Relief Act

Pandemic EBT (P-EBT) Communications Toolkit – Georgia Version

Georgia Pandemic EBT (P-EBT) Plan

Georgia Pandemic EBT (P-EBT) Plan- Español

COVID-19 Unemployment Assistance

Social Security Benefits Updates

Social Security Benefits Updates en Español

Student Loan Repayment and Garnishment


US Department of Labor

Georgia Department of Labor Unemployment Filing

Georgia Department of Labor Unemployment Insurance

Credit Card Issuers Offer Customer Service in Response to COVID-19

U.S. Small Business Administration Disaster Assistance

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services notice (as of 3/14/2020)


In-home Repairs: Keeping your Home Safe During Covid-19

Mayor, city offering rent help for residents living in Atlanta Housing: The program is to help seniors, families, and other residents who live in AH-owned or subsidized units who have lost income as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. This includes Housing Choice Voucher Program participants.

Blue Ridge EMC

Gwinnett County Assistance for those living in Extended Stays

Comcast Package

Xfinity WiFi Public Hotspots are now open to everyone 

Water service disconnection orders are halted

Georgia Power also will temporarily suspend residential disconnections for the next 30 days, beginning on March 14, 2020

Atlanta Gas Light Co. has decided to lengthen the grace period for residential and commercial customers to not have their service disconnected from seven days to April 13

Cricket Wireless customers affected by COVID-19 can have reconnection fees waived

Verizon Wireless will waive late fees for residential and small business customers who are affected by COVID-19

Sprint is waiving late fees and not stopping service for those unable to pay their bill for the next 60 days

Bank of America will let customers defer mortgage payments

Canoochee EMC: For two weeks from March 16. Late fees also suspended.

Clayton County Water Authority: Until further notice.

Columbus Water Works: Through April 13.

City of Statesboro: Water and gas disconnections suspended for 30 days from March 16.

City of Sylvanis: Until April 13. Late fees for payment after March 15 will still be charged

Cobb EMC: For 30 days from March 16.

Coweta-Fayette EMC: Until further notice.

Dalton Utilities: For 30 days starting March 24.

GreyStone has extended the suspension of disconnections of service for residential members, which includes prepaid members, until April 15.

Habersham EMC: Until further notice. Late fees also suspended.

Jackson EMC: Through March 27.

Macon Water Authority: Until further notice.

Newnan Utilities: Until further notice, but residents encouraged to make payments.

Norcross Power: Until April 15.

North Georgia EMC: Until further notice.

Okefenoke Rural EMC: Through April 3. Late fees also suspended.

Planters Electric Membership Corporation: until April 15.

Tri-County EMC: Through at least March 31.

Scana Energy: Until at least April 13.

Southern Company: Until further notice.

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development: Foreclosures and evictions are on hold for single-family homeowners for 60 days.

Walton EMC: Until further notice.

Water Utility Management: Until March 31

Windstream: Until May 12


A guide to helping and getting help during the coronavirus crisis

Cobb school district opens 29 food pantry sites to the public

Food 4 Life Atlanta Survival Program

Meals on Wheels: Food Assistance for Seniors

5 food distribution sites to serve Atlanta students during coronavirus closure

GCPS will provide lunch for anyone 18 or younger at 70 school sites in the district.

Goodr has joined forces with Atlanta Public Schools to provide emergency food to APS students at five meal distribution sites during closure.


  • Georgia Crisis & Access Line: 1-800-715-4225
  • GA CARES Warm Line: 1-844-326-5400
  • Peer2Peer Warm Line: 1-888-945-1414
  • The Summit Wellness Groupin-depth guide to properly finding the right Georgia treatment center for your loved one.
  • SAMHSA’s Treatment Locator – National database of approved addiction treatment centers.
  • Detox Local – Georgia detox guide. Features medically reviewed articles on every aspect of the drug & alcohol withdrawal process, as well as a directory of licensed detox centers.
  • – Find drug and alcohol detox centers in Atlanta, GA that will suit you or a loved one for substance abuse treatment. Helpline available 24/7: call 800-483-2193


  1. 1
    wle on June 30, 2020

    where did the food pantry on chamblee – tucker go?

    it moved to the back

    then it closed or moved, where is it now?

    1. 2
      Khadijah Hall on July 1, 2020

      Hi Wle, Our food pantry never closed and we are still accepting donations behind the building. Due to construction- some days the pantry may not be accessible. You can call our main office at (678) 892-6160 to check before stopping by.

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