Established in 1970, the Atlanta Transitional Center has a capacity to hold more than 240 adult male offenders. The center offers job training solutions in the areas of custodial maintenance, auto repair, and landscaping and laundry services. It provides worship, bible study and Muslim prayer services. The Atlanta Transitional Center is a part of the Georgia Department of Corrections, which is governed by the City of Atlanta in Georgia. In addition, the center offers counseling programs for matters concerning family violence, work adjustment and job readiness. It provides a variety of recreational and wellness activities. The Atlanta Transitional Center s five-story buildings offer different resident housing solutions.