Address:316 Tarboro St WWilson, NC 27893Map & Directions
Services: An international Christian mission relief ministry which operates on a non-discriminatory basis. Offers a helping hand to people of all ages, races, and cultural backgrounds. The many programs they offer include: emergency lodges, help with utilities, medicine fuel and food, dispensaries and clinics, services to people with aids-related illnesses, general and maternity hospitals, counseling for single parents, employment services, missing persons bureaus, service to the armed forces, services in correctional institutions, adult rehabiilitation centers, social service centers and christmas appeals and kettles Fans available.
Hours: Monday through Friday 9:00am - 5:00pm
Eligibility: Contact agency for details
Documents To Bring: Contact agency for details
Address:420 Paul StRocky Mount, NC 27803Map & Directions
Services: Provides emergency financial assistance for food, utilities, clothing, medication, rent, and assistance for fire victims.
Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Eligibility: Eligibilty based upon resources and certian income guidelines; also depends upon whether or not prior services have been received.
Documents To Bring: Call ahead to make an appointment during hours of operation.
Address:209 S Grace StRocky Mount, NC 27804Map & Directions
Services: Offers food, clothing, and referral services as well as emergency funds as they become available.
Hours: Monday-Thursday, 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Address:104 Greenridge RdSnow Hill, NC 28580Map & Directions
Services: Provides an array of services to benefit elderly Greene County citizens, ages 55 years and older; SERVICES: Senior Nutrition Programs- Meals on Wheels, Congregate Meals, Nutritional Supplements; Health and Fitness activities; senior activities, socialization; Insurance Counseling - Medicare Part D and assistance; Support Groups - Care Givers, TOPS, Alzheimer's; Home Weatherization, Legal Aid, Services for the Blind and Hard of Hearing; Volunteer Opportunities; Employment 55 and Beyond Training Site; Seasonal Flu shots
Hours: Monday-Friday: 7:30am-5:00pm; Evening and weekend activities are posted
Eligibility: Greene County residents, ages 55 and older; Senior Meal Program serves Greene County residents age 60 and over
Documents To Bring: Contact agency directly, either in person, by referral from other agencies and individuals, or via phone for intake information and individual program application/intake
Address:227 Kingold BlvdSnow Hill, NC 28580Map & Directions
Services: Special assistance for elderly and disabled person living in rest homes; HIV/AIDS; in-home services; adult protective services; guardianship services; adult foster care; transportation; emergency financial services; crisis intervention (for heating or cooling related crisis); and general assistance (prescription medication, emergency food and shelter)
Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Documents To Bring: Must fill out application at the office
Address:107 Industrial Dr # ALouisburg, NC 27549Map & Directions
Services: Assistance to eligible customers for heating and cooling, medication, food, shelter and information and referral to other agencies.
Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Tuesday, 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
For emergencies after hours please call the Franklin County Emergency Center at 919-496-2511 and ask for the on-call social worker.
Eligibility: Reports that meet the legal definition of abuse, neglect or dependency are assigned to a social worker to complete either a child protective services investigation or a family assessment. A family continues to receive services through case management if there is a need for continued protection of the children. In cases where a child cannot remain safe in their home it may be necessary to place the child in foster care. A foster care social worker then works to achieve a permanent safe home for the child. Adoption Services and Foster Home Licensure are also provided by the agency.
Documents To Bring: Households must file an application form in the county in which they reside. All aspects of Emergency Services have various eligibility criteria, which the social worker explores during an interview within our office or if necessary, by telephone.
Address:224 E Walnut St #115Goldsboro, NC 27530Map & Directions
Services: Provides assistance to low-income families who are faced with heating or cooling related crisis situation.
Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00a.m. - 5:00p.m.
Address:1000 N Jefferson AveGoldsboro, NC 27530Map & Directions
Services: Provides assistance, with proper ducumentation, in paying utility bills (water, electric, natural gas, propane); rent; prescription medicine as funds are avaialable.
Address:610 N William StGoldsboro, NC 27530Map & Directions
Services: To disseminate Christian truths, supply basic human necessities, provide personal counseling, and to undertake the moral regeneration and physical rehabilitation of all persons in need who come within the sphere of influence. Also, to give human services, provide food, shelter, clothing, utilities, rent, and emergency shelter for transient and homeless individuals.
Services/Programs: Family counseling services; Thrift store; Youth program, free summer camp
Hours: Monday - Friday, 9:00a.m. - 5:00p.m.
Documents To Bring: When DSS has CIP Funds (Crisis Intervention Program) we require clients seeking utility assistance to contact DSS first as they receive a large amount of funding for utilities through the CIP program. We want to make sure that clients utilize this program before coming to us. We do not send clients to DSS if we know that there are no CIP funds
Address:607 S Slocumb StGoldsboro, NC 27530Map & Directions
Services: To provide crisis or intervention services to assist an individual to meet their basic human needs and provide opportunities for persons to become self-sufficient.
Services: Soup Kitchen that serves lunch daily; Clothes closet providing free clothing; Food pantry providing free groceries; Bathing facilities for the homeless; Emergency financial assistance to low-income families facing eviction or utility disconnection; GED classes; Supportive counseling to alcoholics, drug addicts and ex-offenders; Transitional housing to provide suitable housing for 8-10 individuals.
Eligibility: Socially and Economically disadvantaged persons