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Select a North Carolina county from the list below in which you want to look for a homeless shelters.

Counties with homeless shelters in North Carolina:

Buncombe (1)
Cumberland (1)
Durham (2)
Forsyth (1)
Guilford (3)
Henderson (1)
Mecklenburg (2)
Moore (1)
New Hanover (4)
Wake (1)
Watauga (2)

Latest Update to North Carolina Homeless Shelters database:

Cumberland Interfaith Hospitality Network - Family Services Center
Fayetteville, NC - 28302
(910) 826-2454

The Mission of Cumberland Interfaith Hospitality network is to serve as an advocate of the elimination of homelessness,to encourage those in need towards self-sufficiency and to educate the public concerning the extent of homelessness and the means of overcoming it.

Guilford Interfaith Hospitality Network - Day Center
Greensboro, NC - 27401
(336) 392-9135

The day centers are temporary closed.Mission-By uniting the faith community and those who support our mission, Guilford Interfaith Hospitality Network assists homeless children and their families by providing shelter, compassionate care, and counseling with the goal of sustained independence

Family Promise Of Moore County - Day Center
Aberdeen, NC - 28315
(910) 944-7149
Wilmington Interfaith Hospitality Network - Day Center
Wilmington, NC - 28401
(910) 762-0339

The Wilmington Interfaith Hospitality Network (WIHN) unites communities of faith in a collaborative effort to assist homeless families. On a rotating basis, 13 host congregations provide accommodations and meals for up to four families for one week, four times a year. An additional 25 congregations support the hosts, providing material, human, and financial resources to support the program. Volunteers from the congregations provide meals and support services.A Day Center is located at 411 N. 4th St., where staff work intensively with the families as they seek jobs, housing, health care, and other resources necessary for independent living.

Helpmate - Emergency Shelter (for Women & Children)
Asheville, NC - 28802
(828) 254-2968

For over 30 years, Helpmate has served as Buncombe County's primary provider of crisis-level services designed specifically for - and offered exclusively to - victims of domestic violence and their children.

Harvest Center
Charlotte, NC - 28206
(704) 335-1616

The Harvest Center ...where lives are transformed. The Harvest Center is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) organization. Our mission is to create an environment where Jesus Christ transforms members of our community to full and productive lives by providing food, clothing, housing, education, counseling and recovery services.

Good Shepherd Center - Day Shelter
Wilmington, NC - 28401
(910) 763-4424

Good Shepherd Center began as a modest soup Kitchen in 1983, when a local church opened its parish hall to serve the homeless a lunch of soup and a sandwich. From this small beginning, the program has grown to include a weekday breakfast and lunch available to anyone in need of food, as well as a dinner meal 7 nights a week for guests of the Night Shelter.

Bethesda Center For The Homeless - Day Shelter
Winston-salem, NC - 27101
(336) 722-9951

The Bethesda Center for the Homeless began in September 1987 as a partnership between the First Presbyterian Church and the Forsyth/Stokes Mental Health Center and was located in the old Patterson Avenue Mission building.

Durham Rescue Mission - Victory Program
Durham, NC - 27701
(919) 688-9641

The Victory Program is twelve-month holistic recovery program designed to help people recover from a lifestyle of addictions and return to the workforce investing back into the community. The goal is to help men and women break the cycle of addiction through biblical principles and reconcile them with God and their families

Durham Rescue Mission - Apprenticeship Program
Durham, NC - 27701
(919) 688-9641

Our Mission is to meet through the power of Jesus Christ the needs of the whole person: spiritual, educational, emotional, physical, social, and vocational, so that those who are hurting may become fully functioning members of society.

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