Address:3614 Glenn Ave NEWinston Salem, NC 27105Map & Directions
Services: Veterans Helping Veterans Health (VHVH), is a 30-bed transitional housing facility for male homeless veterans in Forsyth County Veterans will be referred to VHVH by the VA and community outreach providers and will have the opportunity to participate in the program for up to two years During that, we will offer veterans a supportive housing environment in collaboration with the VA, Centerpoint Human Services, Goodwill and various educational institutions, and others that will include on-site case managers and provision of services to meet the special needs of veterans.
Address:3480 Dominion St NEWinston Salem, NC 27105Map & Directions
Services: Intensive case management service to low-income working families and the homeless Enrolled clients are asssigned to case workers who assist them in developing and following and individualized case plan designed to improve their job and income prospects.
Offers financial assistance with various obstacles to program participants, potentially including transitional housing, education child care, transportation etc. These services are available to current program participants or to those who are accepted as program participants Can not provide immediate emergency assistance.
Eligibility: Low-Income working Forsyth County residents including the working homeless.
Documents To Bring: Application process. Enrollment decisions are made by joint staff.
Address:718 Trade St NWWinston Salem, NC 27101Map & Directions
Services: Winston Salem Rescue Mission, founded in 1967, assists the homeless by providing lodging, meals, clothing, counseling, job training, work experience, and other useful assistance. Through the programs of the Mission lives are restored so men are prepared to return to their families and the community as productive citizens. The Rescue Mission is a 95 bed facility that is filled each night with an average waiting list of 20. Every man is encouraged to stay for 90 days. Each one is enrolled in "Overcomers" - a structured program to help men face and deal with their addiction problems and other root causes of homelessness. This biblically-based 12-step program is an important facet in the recovery process. Upon completion, residents are encouraged to enter their one-year Transformers Program, to continue their complete recovery process. The residents are assigned various tasks around the Mission with a goal of helping them learn responsibility and accountability and to instill in them a strong work ethic. The Mission operates two thrift stores which provide work experience for the residents and accounts for 30% of the operating budget of the Mission. A major recycling program helps the men by providing job skills needed as they return to the work force. With "Senior Foster Care" older men who have nowhere to go or no one to care for them are given a secure, affordable, and caring place to live.
Additionally, each week, the Mission distributes donated clothing and food free of charge to needy families in the community.
Alpha Acres, a 110-acre farm, offers a one year Christian recovery program. Through Bible classes, work therapy, spiritual counseling, and a computer learning center, men are helped to build their lives on a firm foundation.
Address:301 W Green DrHigh Point, NC 27260Map & Directions
Services: A United Way agency. Provides housing and support services to help single women and families achieve self-sufficiency On-site child care is provided for all residents.
Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Eligibility: Homeless families and single women.
Documents To Bring: Visit.
Address:1312 Lexington AveGreensboro, NC 27403Map & Directions
Services: Servant House provides transitional housing for up to 21 homeless men who are disabled, especially those being released from the hospital with a preference given to veterans.
Medical care, case management, life skills classes, transportation, spiritual support, exercise, and substance abuse counseling are provided in a program designed to assist residents in transitioning from homelessness to permanent housing.
Hours: Monday-Thursday, 9:00am-5:00pm; Friday, 9:00am-3:00pm.
Eligibility: Homeless men who are disabled (preference given to veterans, however non-veterans may be admitted if there is an available bed and there is not a veteran on the waiting list). Age 18 and older.
Documents To Bring: Referred by an agency such as the VA, local nonprofit, hospital or other community agency. Self-referrals not accepted. Referral form available on website. Veterans must be referred through the VA's Homeless Veterans program and a copy of Veteran's DD214 (discharge papers) is required.
Address:3517 N Church StGreensboro, NC 27405Map & Directions
Services: Provides safe, temporary shelter for homeless families with children.
Hours: Office hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30am-5:00pm; Shelter open 24 hours daily.
Eligibility: Must be a Guilford County resident. Must have children living with you at the Pathways Center. Must have custody of all the children living with you at the Pathways Center.
Documents To Bring: To stay at the Pathways Center, an application must be completed. Apply in person at the center (M-F, 8am-5pm) or mail/fax the application (application available on the website). There is usually a waiting list. Potential guests are placed on the waiting list after their application is received.
Address:135 Greenbriar RdGreensboro, NC 27405Map & Directions
Services: Transitional housing community for formerly homeless individuals and families. Partnership Village consists of 32 studio apartments, 12 two-bedroom family apartments, and 24 three-bedroom family apartments. The goal of Partnership Village is to assist the homeless in becoming self-sufficient with permanent housing within two years through the provision of case management and supportive services.
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30am-5:00pm.
Eligibility: Homeless and willing to be under strict case management, which includes the commitment and ability to remain alcohol and drug free while living at Partnership Village. Maximum length of stay is 2 years.
Documents To Bring: Contact a case manager at Partnership Village.
Address:2703 E Bessemer AveGreensboro, NC 27405Map & Directions
Services: Provides transitional shelter, food, clothing, counseling, employment training, and other supportive services for homeless young adults in Guilford County.
Hours: Office: Monday-Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm; 24-hour transitional housing.
Eligibility: Homeless young adults ages 18-23.
Documents To Bring: Call or walk-in/visit. Preference is to call for an appointment if possible.
Address:1311 S Eugene StGreensboro, NC 27406Map & Directions
Services: The Salvation Army of Greensboro's Center of Hope offers the following housing assistance: Emergency Shelter, Shelter to Success, Rapid Re-Housing, HOME Program, and the Housing Crisis Intervention Program Open 24 hours daily, the programs provide comprehensive support to sustain individuals and families to create an effective transition by rapidly re-housing clients into permanent housing. A valid, non-expired government issued photo ID, and a Social Security card (or government issued proof of Social Security number), or a birth certificate if no other ID is available are required In addition, married couples must show a marriage license, and proof of homelessness is required. Sex offenders and those with a criminal charge for a violent offense within the past year are not eligible To reapply, former clients must wait for three months from last stay if discharge was positive and six months if discharge was negative.
Hours: Shelter is open 24 hours daily. Office hours are Monday-Friday, 9:00am-5:00pm.
Eligibility: Homeless men, women, and families.
Documents To Bring: Shelter applications are completed Monday-Wednesday-Friday, 9:00am-12:00noon. In an EXTREME EMERGENCY, applications can be completed outside of these hours with permission from the Executive Director. Normal shelter applications can be expected to last at least one hour.
Address:107 W Atkins StDobson, NC 27017Map & Directions
Services: Our agency offers supportive housing (transitional) for homeless individuals who qualify for our services Additionally, we offer outreach services to any in our community in need, to aid with increasing their knowledge base of places for short term aid.
Hours: Office: Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
However, office hours do vary, so please call.
Eligibility: You must be homeless to qualify for any type of housing we offer. For transitional housing, there needs to be more than one in the home (but not required to be one with a disability).
Documents To Bring: Please call the main number to be screened. After screening, you will be sent an application if qualified. After completion and return of the application, you are placed on a wait list.