A Vision 4 Hope, Inc. is a nonprofit organization focused on improving the lives of the community. The mission of A Vision 4 Hope is to provide a comprehensive safe haven for seniors, youth and members of the LGBTQ community.
We prepare individuals to have the self-confidence to envision a better life, and break away from the cycle of negativity and hopelessness, and affect change in their lives and communities. We offer a wide range of programs to help build stronger families, and encourage community members to invest in their future. In so many ways than one we are building A Vision 4 Hope one day at a time.
The HIV/AIDS program will help educate the community on awareness. This program will also assist those who are out of care by linking clients to with assistance in getting back into care (Ryan White Services). We offer: HIV Testing, Basic HIV 101 Workshop to PrepWorkshop, Support Group.
This program is designed to be a safe haven for the LGBTQ community who are trying to live safe and productive lives. Too often, they face discrimination, harassment and violence, resulting in unemployment, homelessness, and negative health outcomes. This program will provide the job training and placement.
We’re in this all together. It doesn’t make a difference in race, gender, age or social status. We have to beat it together.
AV4H is currently conducting COVID-19 testing. Currently AV4H provides antibody blood test that can determine whether a person has ever been infected, as well as nasal or oral swab testing to tell if a person is currently infected. COVID-19 testing is scheduled by appointment only. Most private insurance carriers are accepted to cover the cost of testing. Schedule an appointment today by calling 678-705-3814 for more details.
If believe you are experiencing symptoms related to COVID-19. We ask that you notify us at the time of your phone screening in the effect of reducing transmission.
Symptoms of COVID-19 include cough, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, or at least two of the following symptoms: chills, shaking with chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, and loss of taste or smell. Symptoms can range from mild to severe and may appear up to two weeks after exposure to the virus, according to the CDC. Some people with COVID-19 don't display any symptoms.
Seek medical attention if you experience serious symptoms such as trouble breathing or pain or pressure in the chest.
Dewayne Crowder, born in Memphis, Tennessee, has catapulted into leadership with a passion for public service. He is a product of the Memphis City School System, graduating from the University of Memphis. Dewayne who has worked as a outreach coordinator, healthcare Provider, Homecare Consultant and Post-Secondary Educator in the Metro Atlanta Area at various facilities and educational intuitions over the past 10 years. Dewayne has worked very closely with the Fulton County Workforce (W.I.A) in job trainings and placing dislocated workers with employment. He is passionate about providing help to all people.
Dewayne is the Founder and Executive Director of A VISION 4 HOPE, INC.(AV4H), a vision created to address the needs of the community and provide a comprehensive safe haven for youth, elderly and the LGBTQ community. He is truly a compassionate VISIONARY who sees a need in the community and works tirelessly and whole heartedly to address it. From providing food to elderly/seniors and children through the AV4H Feeding the Hungry initiative, educating essential information to first time homebuyers in effort of helping to secure dreams that will last a lifetime, to the “No Child Left Behind” after school program for the youth of the community searching tutoring, Dewayne takes a no hesitation approach to ensure that the community is educated and is a better place for all.
After seeing a need, we decided to step out on faith and create an organization that would be ideal for the community. By using our talents and resources in the community, we started a non-profit organization making AV4H one of the first to be both a community and a faith-based organization in the South Fulton area.
This program is designed to be a safe haven for the LGBTQ community who are trying to live safe and productive lives.
The food helps less privileged families in the Fulton area at no cost.
Within 10 Miles radius of facility
AV4H‘s Annual National Ambassador Leadership Summit (NALS) is based off the foundation of the program being MSM and Trans driven in the effort to bridge to the gaps in the development of effective advocacy, programming, policy, and research targeting the population. NALS offers comprehensive, cutting-edge educational sessions presented and facilitated by influential members of the LGBTQ community who are looked upon by the young LGBTQ community as community ambassadors and leaders.