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Homeless Shelters & Services In Raleigh, NC

Alliance Of AIDS Services - Carolina



Contact
1637 Old Louisburg Rd
Raleigh, NC 27604
(919) 834-2437


Description
Provides emergency financial assistance when qualified, food certificates, Chapel Hill Transit, DATA and TTA tickets, crisis counseling, informal HIV education, referrals to case management, housing information, legal concerns, assistance with Medicaid and disability applications.

Hours
T: 9am - 12:30pm; W: 1pm - 5pm - Always by appointment

Eligibility
Those that are HIV + or have AIDS and their families.

Documents Required
Proof of HIV status, please call.

Area Served
Wake County

Not Yet Validated

SID
1961

Women's Center of Wake County



Contact
112 Cox Ave
Raleigh, NC 27605
(919) 829-3711


Description
Provides transitional shelter to single women Also case management with assessment and referral Maximum capacity three single women.

Hours
M-F: 8:30am - 5:00pm

Eligibility
Accepts women with a referral only.

Documents Required
DO NOT REFER! Must have emergency shelter referral from approved sources.

Area Served
Wake County

Not Yet Validated

SID
1972

Passage Home Inc



Contact
513 Branch St
Raleigh, NC 27601
(919) 834-0666


Description
Provides transitional housing for ex-offender women or mothers seeking to reunite with their children; helps clients obtain affordable housing and secure employment Includes budgeting, credit repair, savings, debt reduction, parenting and housing location. Provides intensive case management.

Hours
Monday - Friday, 9:00am - 5:00pm

Documents Required
Social worker from prison must refer client 60-90 days before release date.

Area Served
Wake County

Not Yet Validated

SID
1993

Urban Ministries of Wake County



Contact
401 W Cabarrus St
Raleigh, NC 27601
(919) 833-1748


Description
Transitional shelter for 36 homeless women and 4 emergency beds A bed, locker, shower, laundry facilities, and three daily meals are provided to each resident every day of the year Professional case managers and support services are an important part of the program Case managers work with their clients to develop an individual plan to move them toward self-sufficiency Appropriate referrals are made to secure necessary services, such as mental health, employment, substance abuse treatment, etc Supportive services include HIV information and testing, legal information and referrals, creative writing and art expression classes Women's support groups and budgeting classes are some of the programs regularly offered.

Hours
24 hours per day, 7 days per week

Eligibility
Homeless, single females; low income; 18 + years old; no families with children.

Documents Required
Call office, put name on waiting list and call daily to confirm shelter is still needed.

Area Served
Wake County

Not Yet Validated

SID
1996

Haven House Services



Contact
600 W Cabarrus St
Raleigh, NC 27603
(919) 833-3312


Description
Provides a residential program for homeless youth designed to prepare young men and women ages 16 to 21 to live as responsible, self-supporting members of the community, and case management program for homeless youths between 18 - 21 Young people accepted into the program must have the desire to improve their current unstable situation and be willing to put forth the effort that the program demands of them.

Hours
7 days, 24 hours

Eligibility
Youths 16-21 yrs.

Documents Required
Call office with a referral. Ask for application and schedule interview.

Area Served
Wake County

Not Yet Validated

SID
2021

The Salvation Army



Contact
1863 Capital Blvd
Raleigh, NC 27604
(919) 834-6733


Description
Provides emergency shelter (34 beds) and case management services for women with children experiencing homelessness Each resident's program is designed individually in response to her family's needs, but available services include: case management, 3 meals plus 1 snack per day, use of laundry familities, toiletries, nutrition classes, parenting classes, life skills classes, both a mentoring and tutoring program for children, access to other assistance programs offered by Salvation Army May be served once per year Acceptance based on space availability.

Hours
Staff on duty 7days/24 hours.

Eligibility
Women with children in need of emergency housing.

Documents Required
Call K.L. Thigpen @ 919 861-1195. They close @ 3 p.m.

Area Served
Wake County

Not Yet Validated

SID
2034

Step Up Ministry



Contact
1701 Oberlin Rd
Raleigh, NC 27608
(919) 781-0156


Description
New life opportunities for women released from prison The StepOUT program serves women (21 years or older) entering our community from prison by providing transitional housing, counseling and support As a witness to God's grace, StepOUT seeks to provide such individuals with a second chance in life and support them in their efforts to move toward independent, productive living.



Volunteers are needed to work in teams, helping women establish transition plans for re-entering society For more information, contact Marsha Gibbs, Program Director at 834-0372.

Hours
M-F: 9am - 5pm

Eligibility
Individuals and families who demonstrate the commitment to become self-sufficient.

Documents Required
Call for appointment or application.

Area Served
Wake County

Not Yet Validated

SID
2043

Urban Ministries of Wake County



Contact
1390 Capital Blvd
Raleigh, NC 27603
(919) 836-1642


Description
Services include emergency and transitional housing for women; comprehensive, primary medical care; prescription medications; food assistance; employment services; and other support services to promote self-sufficiency and a stable home enviornment for our neighbors in need.

Basic Needs Assistance for Food, Health Care, Emergency Shelter and Transitional Services for Homeless Women. Community Support Services M-F, 9:00-11:30am. Open Door Clinic, call on Tu or Thur from 9-10am for appointment.

NO FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FOR ANY BILLS

Hours
M-F: 8:30am-5:00pm.

Documents Required
Eligibility, Wake County resident only, proof of residency, social security cards for all family members requesting service.

Area Served
Wake County

Not Yet Validated

SID
2061

NC Coalition Against Sexual Assault



Contact
811 Spring Forest Rd
Raleigh, NC 27609
(828) 488-5572


Description
The mission of NCCADV is to create social change through the elimination of the institutional, cultural, and individual
oppressions that contribute to domestic violence.

Services offered at the Cherokee site include:
Crisis Shelter, Transitional Housing/Shelter, Family Violence Prevention, Domestic Violence Intervention Programs, Child Abuse Reporting/Emergency Response, Domestic Violence Support Groups, Domestic Violence Volunteer Opportunities, Abuse Counseling, Spouse/Domestic, Partner Abuse Counseling, and Domestic Violence Shelter Residents.

Area Served
Wake County

Not Yet Validated

SID
2065

Family Promise of Wake County



Contact
903 Method Rd
Raleigh, NC 27606
(919) 832-6024


Description
The mission of Wake Interfaith Hospitality Network, Inc. is to help homeless families in Wake County achieve independent living by providing lodging, meals, case management, and educational services, and to promote awareness and action from the community regarding homelessness.

The specific purpose of WIHN is to provide temporary stability to homeless families as they work toward permanent independence. Families work daily with staff and volunteers to establish the building blocks for independent living: jobs, child care, parenting skills, transportation, budgeting, education and housing. During each step the family is responsible for making the WIHN opportunity work for them. They develop goals and are held accountable for outcomes and with guidance form WIHN staff, achieve self-sufficiency. WIHN currently serves up to 10 families or 40 family members at a time. This translates into 100 families/year. A recent statistical analysis of WIHN indicates that 80% of families served remain independent in the community one- year post services.Program:WIHN AfterCare ProgramBudget: NaNCategory: HousingPopulation Served: Adults Program Description: The Aftercare Program is designed to provide homeless families with the skills and tools required to maintain permanent housing.  Upon graduating the Emergency Shelter program families may apply for continued case management services for a period of one year. Program:WIHN Transitional Housing ProgramBudget: $135,000Category: HousingPopulation Served: Adults Program Description:  Our Transitional Housing Program provides 12 units of housing for homeless families. By adding transitional housing, WIHN will enable guest families to have a much higher chance of remaining independent through intensive case management services and stable housing.  The Transitional Housing Program consists of ftheir service components: intensive case management; life skills education and skill attainment; staff facilitated support group; and information and referral services. The service plan will address: nutrition, budgeting, eating habits, healthy recipes for a tight budget, counseling for abuse, coping with stress, disciplining children, communication skills, education and job training, housing resources, and medical referrals.

Area Served
Wake County

Not Yet Validated

SID
6565