Advance Community Health Centers Meets the needs of the community by providing comprehensive services that go beyond basic medical care to those in need, regardless of ability to pay.

Alliance Health Seeks to ensure that individuals seeking help receive the quality services and supports they are eligible for in order to help them achieve their goals and to live as independently as possible.

ARC of the Triangle Supports children and adults with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities [I/DD] in the achievement of their personal goals and dreams in the community through partnership and advocacy.

CarePoint Triangle Working to coordinate the tools to bring people together – those who need the food, those who have food to share, and those who have a place to offer to provide the food to those in need.

Carolina House Since 2006, Carolina House has been providing high-quality care to men and women battling eating disorders and co-occurring mental health conditions.

Family and Community Empowerment Services A coordinated effort to provide emergency financial assistance, information and referral for those experiencing crises situations related to shelter, utilities and other basic human needs.

Family Promise Offering life-skills training, case management provided by social workers, a day center and transitional housing, as well as one of only two emergency shelters in Wake County to allow families to stay together.

Healing Transitions Offering innovative peer-based, recovery-oriented services to homeless, uninsured and underserved individuals with alcoholism and other drug addictions.

Helping Hand Mission Assists families in need on a one-on-one basis with food, clothing, furniture, and shelter.

Hilltop Home A private, nonprofit intermediate care facility (ICF) that supports children with severe/profound developmental disabilities and medical fragility.

Holly Hill Hospital A leader in psychiatric and addictive disease treatment providing excellence in individualized, clinical care.

House Wake Focuses specifically on eviction prevention and utility assistance, providing financial assistance to tenants, landlords and utility companies to cover rent and utility shortfalls resulting from a financial hardship directly or indirectly due to COVID-19.

InterAct Dedicated to ending the cycle of domestic and sexual violence in Wake County, North Carolina, InterAct saves lives, rebuilds lives, and secures safer futures for victims and survivors and their families.

Lucy Daniels Center Helps children live emotionally healthy lives through in-depth evaluation and treatment, family involvement, and education.

Me Fine Foundation Strives to voluntarily provide necessary resources and financial assistance to parents and caregivers with children being treated by Duke and UNC Children’s Hospitals.

Morse Clinics Dedicated to the treatment of opioid use disorder, they offer Medication Assisted Treatment, which is a well-researched, evidence based treatment approach for Opioid Use Disorder involving Heroin, Fentanyl or Prescription Pain Medication, and other Opioids.

NAMI Wake County Provides mental health support and resources for Wake County residents in need.

NC 2-1-1 Help when you need it most. Dial 2-1-1 to connect with a network of over 18,000 resources right here in North Carolina.

Oak City Cares A hub for connecting individuals and families, who are at risk of, or are experiencing homelessness, to coordinated services that create a path to stable housing and renewed hope.

Passage Home Works to break the cycle of poverty for the communities we serve in Wake County by connecting families and neighborhoods to resources and opportunities.

Raleigh Rescue Mission Dedicated to serving the homeless of Raleigh with compassion and an eye for long-term success.

Raleigh/Wake Partnership to End and Prevent Homelessness Seeks to strategically lead and engage the community in collaborative efforts to prevent and move people out of homelessness.

Raleigh: City Web Site Links to information and resources of Raleigh. May provide links to mental health information and resources. Homeless Assistance Information and resources for persons who are currently or are in danger of becoming homeless. Equity and Inclusion Oversees issues related to: persons with disabilities, gender identity, race, ethnicity, community health, and social justice. Community Engagement Works to advance the City’s goal of improving and reimagining community engagement efforts.

Read and Feed Seeks to give low-income elementary school children an appetite for reading by strengthening literacy skills and providing encouragement in a nurturing, neighborhood environment.

SAFEchild Committed to eliminating child abuse in Wake County by helping adults and children create nurturing environments free from abuse and neglect.

Tammy Lynn Center for Developmental Disabilities Empowering families and enriching the lives of children and adults through education, community and support services.

The Women’s Center A multi-service crisis intervention and assessment center, located in downtown Raleigh, providing a safe, low barrier, client-centered and trauma informed environment for women, where they can begin the stabilization and healing process.

Triangle Family Services TFS accomplishes its mission of “Building a Stronger Community by Strengthening the Family” through one of TFS’ focus areas that include Family Safety, Financial Stability, and Mental Health. These direct family services directly impact children from economically disadvantaged and/or abused homes.

UNC Health Care Alcohol and Drug Detoxification Unit at WakeBrook A comprehensive community-based residential treatment program that provides medical detoxification treatment for Wake County residents affected by substance use disorders.

Urban Ministries of Wake County Engages the community to serve and advocate on behalf of those affected by poverty by providing food and nutrition, promoting health and wellness and by laying the foundations of home.

Wake County Continuum of Care Working to ensure that homelessness is rare, brief, and one-time.

Wake County Human Services Wake County’s Human Services department helps people with basic needs, such as food stamps and Medicaid. They also have medical clinics that provide healthcare, information and services to help keep individuals and the community safe. Programs and Assistance Committed to protecting children and older adults by helping people meet their basic needs and strengthening families. Programs and assistance include benefits such as employment assistance, energy assistance, child care subsidy, food assistance, Medicaid, seasonal programs, senior and adult services, social services, transportation and Work First/CCS. Children and Family Services The programs within our Children and Family Services provide support to families with children. These services help first-time moms prepare for birth, provide nurse home visits and additional support through a child’s first five years. Seniors and Adult Services Working to maximize self-sufficiency, safety, health and independence so seniors and adults can remain safely in their community for as long as possible and to maintain the highest quality of life for those who reside in adult and family care homes in Wake County.

Wake County Public Health and Medical Services At work to make Wake County a safer and healthier place to live, work, learn and play. Drug Overdose Prevention Coalition Working to prevent and respond to heroin and opioid overdoses. Access to Naloxone Information and resources on how to acquire and use Naloxone. Recovery Court A drug treatment court available to adults involved in the criminal justice system because of a substance use disorder.

Wake County: Web Site Links to information and resources of Wake County. May provide links to mental health information and resources. Community Services Provides a wide variety of services designed to enhance the quality of life in Wake County.

Wake Enterprises A private, nonprofit organization whose mission is to assist people with disabilities to achieve their maximum level of independence.

WakeBrook Recovery Center A dual-diagnosis substance abuse treatment hospital for Men, Women and Families. High-priority populations include pregnant, IV and HIV-positive drug users.

Western Wake Crisis Ministry Partnering with those in crisis, helping them gain stability through basic supports for food, financial/housing assistance, education, and opportunity.

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