"I stand in the gap of silence of Unmasking Generational Consequences."

The history of Amore Transitional Group, Inc. is rooted in the legacy of our Founder/CEO Cousia Towns.  After her journey of being raised in foster care ended, she realized the true need for transitional resources for young girls leaving the system on their way to becoming adults. Through life's obstacles she overcame many triumphs, which included the murder of her mother at the hands of her father, a victim of childhood sexual abuse, and ultimately being raised in the foster care system as a ward of the state.  


It was the God-given, instilled vision that created the passion behind the purpose. Ms. Towns developed Amore Transitional Group, Inc. initially as a mentoring program for girls transitioning out of the system but over time it has grown into a full-service life skills training program. Today, Amore has touched the lives of more than 100 girls throughout the Dallas / Fort-Worth and Metro Atlanta areas.

In 2017 Towns released her book, "Exposed." She later released the on stage play that serves as one of the primary funding vehicles for Amore Transitional. 


Amore Transitional Group, Inc. (ATG) is a community based non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing the lives of emancipated foster care, at-risk, and disadvantaged through education, skill building, and self-empowerment.



2740 Campbellton Rd

Atlanta, GA 30311​