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MERCY HOUSING SOUTHEAST

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Stability For Youth

As the pandemic continued, we introduced afterschool and summer camp programs for our youngest residents through our Out-of-School-Time (OST) programming. Our young learners received lessons in reading, math, arts, science, and social studies through onsite tutoring and mentoring. The curriculum was taught throughout the year to help students avoid learning loss when they weren’t in the classroom. 72 youth participated in the Out-of-School-Time programming in metro Atlanta and Savannah.

 

By the Numbers

MERCY HOUSING SOUTHEAST FOOTPRINT

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WHO WE SERVE

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44

PROPERTIES

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3,192

APARTMENT HOMES

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4,896

RESIDENTS

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70%
 
30
%

 

Families

Seniors

THE AVERAGE RESIDENT INCOME IS

$13,700

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which is less than 1/5 of the national average, $67,521

 

Highlights

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SAVANNAH GARDENS PHASE SIX

Savannah Gardens Phase Six is expected to finish construction of 85 family units by early 2022.

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Keeping Residents
Safe & Healthy

2021 began much like 2020 ended with staff and residents continuing to navigate through the pandemic. MHSE managed onsite emergency pantries and welcomed new partnerships with America’s Second Harvest and Meals on Wheels, to prevent food insecurity. Over 2,300 residents were provided with food support – as a result, 80% of residents who took advantage of food pantries felt as though they met their food needs.

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