Homeless Verification Letter

A Homeless Verification Letter states that an individual is homeless, and in most cases, that they are working with an agency or organization and that they are authorized to use the agency/organization’s address to receive mail. Most social service agencies in Metro Atlanta will offer a homeless verification letter when they begin working with someone. If they don’t, just request it.

If you are not yet working with a case manager, you can visit:

Gateway Center
275 Pryor Street
Atlanta, GA 30303


Georgia Department of Driver Services (DDS) requires two pieces of mail to verify the address you want to put on your state ID. A homeless verification letter can be used in place of this requirement, so long as the letter includes a physical address that can be included on the ID card.


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