Try contacting the Salvation Army at 252-756-3388. This non-profit charity organization from time to time will have limited funding available to help people pay certain every day expenses. They may be able to provide funds for paying rent, utility and energy bills, housing expenses, provide food, and much more. Contact them to see if they have funding.
In addition, they also run programs that help develop people over time, and try to get them back on their feet. As just some examples, they run community-building programs and fellowship for adults, youth and senior programs, and other forms of self-sufficient support. More on Salvation Army programs in Pitt County.
Another option for people in need is the local community action agency. Martin County Community Action, Inc. also covers the area of Greenville and Pitt County. The agency can be reached at (252) 792-7111. A sampling of some of the assistance programs they offer are below.
The agency receives federal government funds as part of the Community Services Block Grant. These government funds are collected, utilized and the distributed to those in need by the Community Action agency, and the goal is to provide a wide array of resources, services, grants for paying bills and assistance promoting economic self-sufficiency for families and/or individuals as well as offering financial assistance for short term hardships. In addition to the financial assistance for bills and expenses, participants will also receive counseling and other forms of support. Some of the programs offered include:
If you are on the verge of being evicted, losing your home, or are currently homeless, then Greenville Community Shelters, Inc. may be able to help. They are a private, non-profit organization that provides people with the tools to become more self-sufficient. Some of the resources they offer include Emergency Assistance Ministry (EAM), Emergency Shelter, Transitional Housing, and Solid Ground permanent housing. Phone number is (252) 551-9112.
Pitt County Department of Social Services processes and can refer families to a number of programs. Most are government funded, such as Medicaid or SNAP food stamps. Get information on low income housing, section 8, and also the Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program. The county assists those who are homeless or at risk of eviction and can help people apply for rent and utilities from LIHEAP and other sources. 1717 West 5th Street, Greenville, NC 27834-1696, dial (252) 902-1110, or find more details on public aid in Pitt County.
Ayden Christian Church provides medications, utility bill assistance, and rental assistance to those qualified families facing an eviction. The church is at 462 Second Street. Telephone - (252) 746-3555. Ayden, North Carolina 28513.
Hope of Glory Ministries provides material goods. This can include free food, gently used clothes, household goods, and hygiene products to individuals in need. Address is 402 West 10th Street, Greenville, NC 27834. Dial (252) 321-6857 for intake.
Jarvis Memorial United Methodist Church will provide emergency energy bill assistance. Interviews and an application is required. (252) 752-3101.
Pitt County clothing banks offer free household goods and supplies to qualified low income and families facing poverty. Some of the assistance is provided by churches and some of it by other non-profits that also operate in the region. Free clothes, Christmas gifts or toys, winter coats, and other household items may be distributed. More on clothing centers in Pitt County.
Oakmont Baptist Church Community Clinic is a sponsored health clinic/center for the Pitt County community. It is only operating one day per month. Call for hours and more information on the medical care, prescriptions needed, and more details. (252) 756-1245.
Greenville Shelter Community Clinic is a free health center operated by Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University. Basic medical care is available to the uninsured, poor, and Pitt County residents that have no other resources available to them. It is a free walk in clinic for residents. 1600 Chestnut Street, Greenville, NC 27834. Call (252) 758-9244 for intake.
Sunday Fountain Clinic at Grimesland is a non-profit that relies on volunteers from the community. Doctors, dentists, nurses, medical students, grad students, undergrads, and others all contribute. Screenings, check ups, and referrals to specialist care are all available, as needed. Phone number is (252) 744-2938.
James D. Bernstein Community Health Center uses a sliding fee scale to provide medical services on a reduced rate, to those that qualify for assistance with their health care costs. Also, on-site pharmacy also issues prescription medicines at reduced cost to the income qualified clients. 261 Belvoir Highway, Greenville, North Carolina 27834, (252) 695-6352, or click prescription medication programs.
Pitt County Public Health Department can provide government sponsored and affiliated care. Examples include Medicaid applications, AIDS/HIV Prevention Counseling, Sexually Transmitted Disease Treatment, Influenza Control, and more. Call the Greenville office at (252) 902-2305
While regional food banks will do their best to not turn anyone away from receiving help, the fact is that resources in Pitt County are limited. The centers will tend to focus on children from low income families and senior citizens. Some of the main locations are as following.
Jarvis Memorial United Methodist Church is located in Greenville. The phone number is (252) 752-3101. Meals, canned goods, and maybe items like a blankets or clothing may be offered.
First Born Community Development Center mostly focuses on children, single parents, and newborns. The main number is (252) 758-6147.
Several other non-profit pantries and programs are in the region. More on food pantries in Pitt County.
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