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A Neighborhood Thrives Along Auburn Avenue In the early 1900s, Sweet Auburn was a place for neighbors to meet and discuss social issues. Often congregating on Auburn Avenue, where Henry Rucker built Atlanta’s first black-owned office building, residents would also gather to hear the latest news related to black culture and entertainment. Lined with small

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Summer was in full swing for 48 youth living at Savannah Gardens and Thrive Sweet Auburn. Kids at Thrive Sweet Auburn enjoyed their first Mercy Housing Southeast summer camp with field trips to the Georgia Aquarium and Urban Air Trampoline and Adventure Park, where they focused on STEM concepts. Families at Thrive Sweet Auburn are

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We are excited to be moving forward with developing three communities in the Southeast: Henderson Place, Belvedere, and Clairmont Family. Preserving Affordable Housing in Atlanta’s Old Fourth Ward  In partnership with the Historic District Development Corporation (HDDC), the only nonprofit dedicated to preserving affordable housing in Atlanta’s Old Fourth Ward neighborhood, Mercy Housing Southeast is

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In 2019, Candice Lee experienced shortness of breath and her chest hurt. Wasting no time, she went to the emergency room, “they ran an EKG, which came back abnormal.” she explained. The ER doctors then sent her to the Cath Lab for additional tests, “I literally had people grabbing every arm and leg…just prepping me.

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Thank you to everyone who joined us in celebrating the grand opening of Thrive Sweet Auburn! Located in Atlanta’s historic Old Fourth Ward, Thrive Sweet Auburn is a mixed-use affordable housing community is a collaboration between MHSE and Project Community Connections, Inc. (PCCI), a nonprofit working to end homelessness in Atlanta, and is now home

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Kids learn about math and science

Fun Fact: jumping up and down is an example of conserving energy from potential into kinetic energy. Seeing was believing for 35 kids at Mercy Housing Southeast’s Hills at Fairington and Terraces at Parkview who spent a day at Sky Zone Trampoline Park in April. As this group learned, there is more to jumping on

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Contact:    Beth Haynes |404 543-7849 | beth.haynes@mercyhousing.org  Affordable, multi-use community center to serve as a one-stop shop for homeless services ATLANTA — Mercy Housing Southeast, a regional office of national affordable housing provider Mercy Housing, and Project Community Connections, Inc. (PCCI), a nonprofit working to end homelessness in Atlanta, celebrate the grand opening of Thrive

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On April 11, 1968, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act of 1968, which was intended to expand the protections first established in the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The ’68 Act prohibited discrimination in the sale, rental, and financing of housing based on race, religion, national origin, gender, and, with a later

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Press Release Mercy Housing Southeast Announces New Board Members For Immediate Release:  March 22, 2023 Contact: Beth Haynes |404 543-7849 | beth.haynes@mercyhousing.org ATLANTA –Mercy Housing Southeast (MHSE) is proud to announce its incoming board chair, Tia McCoy, and welcome three new members to its Board of Directors. Through these additions, MHSE continues to strengthen its

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We’re celebrating the grand opening of Thrive Sweet Auburn on April 26, so save the date! A collaboration between Project Community Connections Inc. (PCCI) and Mercy Housing Southeast, Thrive Sweet Auburn is a mixed-use development in Atlanta’s Old Fourth Ward created to provide operating space for PCCI, a vital nonprofit serving people exiting homelessness, paired

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