At Mini City, we believe in being fully transparent with our clients. We want to show the city of Atlanta, potential partners and any supporters just how many homeless citizens are unlocking our services as well as the state of homelessness within our city. Would your organization like to work with us? Contact us today.

 While African Americans make up only 12% of the U.S. population; they make up nearly 40% of the homeless population in our nation. African Americans are 7x more likely to reside in a shelter than whites, due to socioeconomic barriers, financial restraints and limited access to resources when compared to other groups.  If Mini City is going to be transparent we must begin with this: the face of homelessness if predominately affecting families and individuals of color.

While African Americans make up only 12% of the U.S. population; they make up nearly 40% of the homeless population in our nation. African Americans are 7x more likely to reside in a shelter than whites, due to socioeconomic barriers, financial restraints and limited access to resources when compared to other groups. If Mini City is going to be transparent we must begin with this: the face of homelessness if predominately affecting families and individuals of color.

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A great deal of the homeless citizens we assist have a State I.D., while a small percentage have a Veteran I.D. None of the participants we have assisted have passports, which is understandable given the cost and verification process that goes into securing a passport. With that being said, why do we do the work? Why secure I.D. if a percentage of homeless citizens in shelters have one form of I.D.? Because you need two forms of identification to be sustainable. Below, you will see all things that are unattainable without 2 forms of I.D verifying identify and citizenship.

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