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Emergency Help for Atria Employees
Atria employees are eligible to apply for emergency financial assistance beginning their first day of employment. The following is a non-inclusive list of circumstances that may qualify for assistance. Qualification for assistance is based on a non-discriminatory and objective determination of need.
- Loss or needs due to fire, flood, or other natural disaster
- Sudden and severe accident, illness, or injury
- An unexpected death in the family
- Falling victim to a crime
- Past-due essential utilities (water, gas, electric), rent, or mortgage
- Emergency medical and dental bills not covered by insurance
If you were affected by Hurricane Ian, apply for assistance HERE.
Atria Cares Brochure
Atria believes in providing employees an environment with opportunities to grow and thrive, both professionally and personally. The Atria Cares program was created to support this belief in the face of unforeseen personal events that create financial hardship.
Ronnie Boatman Scholarship
Established in memory of Ronnie Boatman, a long-tenured employee who served several roles at Atria before succumbing to cancer in January 2005, this scholarship was created to allow his passion for education to carry on by supporting the college careers of children and legal dependents of Atria employees.
History & Impact
$2.3 Million Provided
Since the program's inception in 2004, Atria Cares has paid out more than $2.3 million to 2,424 hourly employees.
90 Students Impacted
To date, $690,000 Boatman Scholarships have been awarded to 90 students.
6 Scholarships in 2021
2021 award consists of six scholarships totaling $57,000 that will impact young lives.
How You Can Contribute
Select Donate Today below, enter the amount of your contribution and it will be automatically deducted from your paycheck. No amount is too small, and every penny goes directly to those who need it. Your donations qualify as charitable contributions and are tax-deductible.