Covenant House Georgia serves homeless, runaway, and trafficked youth ages 18 to 21 in the state of Georgia, with a concentration of outreach in the metro Atlanta area. CHGA provides wrap-around services designed to help homeless youth become self-sufficient and to grow into healthy and productive adults. CHGA's two overarching goals are 1) to provide safe, accessible housing to youth formerly living on the streets and 2) to offer them services that empower them to achieve self-sufficiency and a productive adulthood. Last year, more than 1,390 youth were served by CHGA. Through the recent funding from the Office of Refugee Resettlement, Covenant House Georgia has been able to expand its parameters to support and house social workers from the U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants. This program allows CHGA to have a hand in supporting refugees and immigrants throughout the South East who are under the age of 18. In the past six months alone, we have served 128 cases and have conducted 25 home studies.