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Elderly Persons with Disabilities Persons Experiencing Homelessness Substance Use Youth

Several area programs are available for disability rights, housing, elderly/youth services, and substance use help. Learn about the valuable resources and services available to you and your family!

Elderly

Organization Description Contact Information
Alliance Medical Ministry Access to comprehensive primary care to working, uninsured adults living in Wake County 1010 Donald Ross Dr., Raleigh 
919-250-3320  
Hospice of Wake County-Transitions of Life Care  Hospice care plus supportive care for family members and caregivers 250 Hospice Circle, Raleigh 
919-828-0890
National Society to Prevent Blindness Community-based vision screenings and follow-up services 4011 WestChase Blvd., Raleigh 
Suite 225
919-755-5044
Resources for Seniors  Home and community-based services for elderly and persons with disabilities  1110 Navaho Drive, Raleigh 
Fourth Floor 
919-872-7933
Meals on Wheels of Wake County   Meals every weekday to homebound older adults and persons with disabilities in Wake County 1001 Blair Drive, Raleigh 
Suite 100
919-833-1749
Southeastern Wake Adult Daycare, Inc. Adult daycare for seniors, overnight respite, and homecare services  3401 Carl Sandburg Court, Raleigh 
919-212-8580
Legal Aid of North Carolina Direct legal services provided by the attorney and paralegal staff 224 S. Dawson St., Raleigh 
919-856-2130
Interfaith Food Shuttle  A Feeding America Food Bank that recovers and distributes food to low-income residents  1001 Blair Dr., Raleigh
919-390-1973
Filling In Gaps of Wake County, Inc. Access to prescription healthcare for children/adults who are either uninsured or underinsured, as well as people who may be eligible for Medicaid but haven’t filed for benefits 100 Donald Ross Rd., Raleigh
​919-386-9645

Persons with Disabilities

Organization Description  Contact Information
Community Partnerships Direct services to children and adults with developmental disabilities, adults with brain injuries, and adults with mental illnesses and/or substance use disorders 3554 Hayworth Drive, Raleigh
919-781-3616
 
Wake Enterprises  Vocational training and services for people with disabilities to achieve their maximum level of independence 3548 Bush St, Raleigh
919-714-6100
TLC Operations  Educational services, respite care, early childhood intervention, autism therapies, community living support, and residential living 739 Chappell Drive, Raleigh
919-832-3909
Filling In Gaps of Wake County, Inc. Access to prescription healthcare for children/adults who are either uninsured or underinsured, as well as people who may be eligible for Medicaid but haven’t filed for benefits 100 Donald Ross Rd., Raleigh
​919-386-9645
Legal Aid of North Carolina Direct legal services provided by the attorney and paralegal staff 224 S. Dawson St., Raleigh 
919-856-2130

Persons Experiencing Homelessness

Organization Description  Contact Information
CASA Access to stable, affordable housing for people who are homeless or at risk  624 W Jones St., Raleigh
919-307-3434

 

Women's Center of Wake County Multi-service crisis intervention and assessment center to break the cycle of trauma, abuse, violence, and homelessness 400 S West St, Raleigh
919-829-3711
www.wcwc.org
Family Promise of Wake County Providing support services for families experiencing temporary homelessness by offering safe, affordable, permanent housing 903 Method Rd., Raleigh
919-832-6024
www.familypromisewake.org
PLM Families Together Moving families in Wake and surrounding counties from homelessness to stable homes through mentoring, housing support and connection to community resources 908 Plainview Dr, Raleigh
919-212-1123
familiestogethernc.org
The Family Violence Prevention Center-Interact Emergency shelter and services for victims and survivors of domestic and sexual violence  1012 Oberlin Rd., Raleigh
919-828-6317
interactofwake.org/
Interfaith Food Shuttle  A Feeding America Food Bank that recovers and distributes food to low-income residents  1001 Blair Dr., Raleigh
919-390-1973
 
Filling In Gaps of Wake County, Inc. Access to prescription healthcare for children/adults who are either uninsured or underinsured, as well as people who may be eligible for Medicaid but haven’t filed for benefits 100 Donald Ross Rd., Raleigh
​919-386-9645
www.figsofwake.org
Healing Transitions  Long-term recovery, overnight shelter, non-medical detox, and family services for adults over 18 in Wake County 1251 Goode St., Raleigh 
919-838-9800
healing-transitions.org/
StepUp Ministry Employment training and placement programs  1701 Oberlin Rd., Raleigh
919-781-0156
www.stepupministry.org
Raleigh Wake Partnership to Prevent and End Homelessness Lead and engage the community in collaborative efforts to prevent and move people out of homelessness 811 W. Hargett St., Raleigh
919-443-0098
partnershipwake.org

Substance Use

Organization Description Contact Information
Healing Transitions Longterm recovery, overnight shelter, non-medical detox, and family services for adults over 18 in Wake County

1251 Goode St., Raleigh 
919-838-9800
healing-transitions.org

StepUp Ministry Employment training and placement programs  1701 Oberlin Rd., Raleigh
 919-781-0156
www.stepupministry.org
Fellowship Home of Raleigh Provides a structured home environment for men in the early months of recovery from alcohol and/or drug addiction 506 Culter St., Raleigh
919-259-3038
www.fellowshiphome.org
Southlight Healthcare Outpatient and community services for mental health and substance use treatment 3125 Poplawood Ct., Raleigh
Suite 203
919-787-6131
www.southlight.org

Youth

Organization Description  Contact Information
AventWest Community Development Corporation Afterschool programming for elementary, middle, and high school students residing in the AventWest community 2700 Avent Ferry Rd., Raleigh
919-332-8720
www.aventwest.com
Boys & Girls Clubs of Wake County Academic success, healthy lifestyles, good character and citizenship programs for students ages 6-18  721 N Raleigh Blvd., Raleigh
919-834-6281
wakebgc.org
Garner Road Community Center Before and after school program, all-day learning program, summer camp, and evening outreach programs for teens and youth  2235 Garner Rd., Raleigh
919-856-2356
www.garnerroadcenter.org
Note in the Pocket  Provides clothing to impoverished and homeless schoolchildren in Wake County  5100 Lacy Ave., Raleigh 
919-714-9403
noteinthepocket.org
Planned Parenthood South Atlantic Affordable health services for teens  100 S Boylan Ave., Raleigh
919-833-7534
plannedparenthood.org/planned-parenthood-south-atlantic
SAFE Child, Inc. Offers a full range of child abuse prevention and intervention services to children and families at no cost 864 W Morgan St., Raleigh 
919-743-6140
safechildnc.org/
The Green Chair Project Sweeter Dreams Bed program provides beds for children, and other family furnishings are available 1853 Capital Blvd., Raleigh
919-332-0474
thegreenchair.org
Triangle Family Services Programs directly serving families facing a crisis, including mental health services for youth and/or adult caregivers  3937 Western Blvd., Raleigh
919-821-0790
tfsnc.org
Interfaith Food Shuttle A Feeding America Food Bank that recovers and distributes food to low-income residents  1001 Blair Dr., Raleigh
919-390-1973
www.foodshuttle.org
Haven House  Operates 11 programs that help more than 1,200 youth in need each year overcome their challenges and find a path to success 600 W Cabarrus St., Raleigh
919-833-3312 
www.havenhousenc.org
The Hope Center at Pullen Connects young people aging out of foster care in Wake County with the resources and support they need for a successful transition to adulthood 1801 Hillsborough St., Raleigh 
919-694-3133
hopecenteratpullen.org

Contact

 

Demetrius Edward, MPA
Senior Community Relations Analyst

Equity and Inclusion
900 S. Wilmington Street
Raleigh, NC 27601
equity@raleighnc.gov
919-996-5737

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