Welcome to Tri-Culture where we are for the people. Tri-culture is an organization that is commuted to helping people in need. By providing services such as mentoring program, student assistance, and helping LGBTIA community and more. We have positioned ourselves to be a beacon of hope to everyone regardless of gender, nationality or sexual orientation.
- Mentoring Program
Our mentors individually coach mentees and provide connections in various areas such as leadership, career development, college access and success, entrepreneurship, and service. Each pair meets in person at least once monthly, and has weekly informal touch points through avenues such as text, phone, email, or video conference. Mentoring pairs are matched based on five factors: age, location, schedule, interests, and industry to ensure their relationships succeed.
- Housing Assistance
Through its various housing solutions and programs, Tri- Culture is able to meet a broad spectrum of housing needs for low-income families, including at-risk populations, in the city of Atlanta. Housing includes single-family homes and multi-family condominiums and apartments.
- Student Assistance
Service can be an excellent way for young adults to explore career fields, gain professional experience, meet new friends and prepare for college. Tri-culture offers young adults leadership opportunities and support for schools.
- Food Assistance
Offers nutrition assistance to millions of eligible, low-income individuals and families and provides economic benefits.
- Counseling Services
Providing counseling services to metro-Atlanta families supporting the agency’s mission to ensure the success of children in jeopardy by empowering families.” The Counseling and Support Services program targets children and youth in families facing chronic economic, social or health challenges so that they will succeed in stable, nurturing homes with self-sufficient families.
- Lgbtqia Assistance
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It’s About Lifestyle Change
3. Through volunteers and paid associates, our staff comes from a background that allows them to personally relate to the client’s circumstances through their own personal experience. Each staff member is assigned a small group of clients so adequate time and attention can be spent with each client.
2. Our organization is unique in its approach to self-sufficiency by assigning a big brother or sister to each client. This allows each client and advisor the ability to develop a partnership and trust for the client’s path to success.
Tri Culture is an 501(c) nonprofit organization designed to serve the community of constituents that are Conquering HIV, single mothers in need of support, and disenfranchised young adults who have lost hope for a better tomorrow. It is our desire we convey excellent service with caring hearts and helping hands to ensure that all people who are experiencing life setbacks have a fighting chance at a bright future.
The vision of Tri-Culture is to provide a safe-haven for people of all races, sexualities, and genders to come and seek guidance and obtain strategies to conquer the struggles they face on a day to day basis. By connecting the people in the communities we support with mentors to support them , encourage them, and hold them accountable, it is our goal to foster long term success and change towards a better future
Our goal is to provide mentors to anyone who needs support. In addition, create events that foster safe spaces client. In hopes that everyone receives the support is needed.
To listen, understand and find ways to relate to each situation to give them the tools for them to success.
Provide a foundation that gives a helping hand to all walks of life and safe refuge no matter what situation your’re in.
Pre-exposure prophylaxis, or PrEP, is a way for people who do not have HIV but who are at su-
bstantial risk of getting it to prevent HIV infection by taking a pill every day. The pill (brand
name Truvada) contains two medicines (tenofovir and emtricitabine) that are used in comb-
ination with other medicines to treat HIV.
To reach the PrEP hotline Call (617) 450 – 1987 at the hours listed below:
- Monday 11 am – 5 pm
- Tuesday 11 am – 6 pm
- Wednesday 11 am – 6 pm
- Thursday 11 am – 6 pm/li>
- Friday 11 am – 4 pm
AID Atlanta: Georgia AIDS and STD Infoline
They have a PrEP Insurance expert that comes in every wednesday from 10-2. But can answer any questions that they may have about PrEP Phone number: 404-876-9944
Hours: Monday – Thursday 9am-9pm, Friday 9am–7pm. PrEPline, 855-448-7737 For clinicians
Phone Number1-833-TRI CULT (1-833-874-2858 )
260 Peachtree St NW Suite 2200, Atlanta, GA 30303
San Francisco. Address: 350 Fifth Avenue, 34th floor.