Raleigh and Wake County transitional housing and shelters.

Families facing eviction and the homeless can turn to shelters and emergency housing programs in Wake County. The programs can provide transitional services, low income homes or apartments, and other types of support. Participants of these Raleigh area programs can also benefit from other services to prevent future homelessness, such as job training and budgeting.

The housing resources will offer other types of support as well, including food, basic needs such as clothing, and more. Some non-profits or groups may have financial aid for expenses such as security deposits or first month's rent. When available, this will be for people facing imminent eviction or those individuals that are trying to move into a new home. However that financial support is less common.

Some of the programs in Wake County North Carolina have restrictions and conditions. They may focus on veterans, single parents or the currently homeless. However almost all centers and non-profits will at least have referrals and information. Or they can even direct people to government resources such as low income vouchers and subsidized housing units.

Raleigh Rescue Mission
314 E Hargett St
Raleigh, NC 27601
Phone: (919) 828-9014

Under One Roof
3000 Falstaff Rd
Raleigh, NC 27610

Provides emergency housing and financial assistance to qualified low income families. Other resources administered include a food pantry, support groups, crisis counseling, and referrals to local case management programs. Partners with non-profits such as Triangle Family Services.





Community Support/At-Risk Youth
Location is 805 Worth Hinton Road
Zebulon, NC 27597
Dial the center at (919) 889-3967
A domestic violence shelter is open for women and children. Legal aid is offered too.

The Women's Center of Wake County - Epiphany House
112 Cox Avenue
Raleigh, NC 27605
(919) 829-3711 x104
Provides low income, short term transitional shelter to single women and parents.

Flynn Christian Fellowship Houses of Hickory - Half-way house
Main address is 706 Main Avenue SE
Hickory, North Carolina 28602
(828) 324-8767

Harriet's House
712 West Johnson Street
Raleigh, North Carolina 27603
(919) 834-0666
This organization coordinates transitional housing services for mothers and ex-offenders. The program will also help qualified clients obtain affordable housing and secure employment. Case management provided includes credit repair, budgeting, savings, debt reduction plans, and additional permanent housing location assistance.

Helen Wright Center for Women - Urban Ministries of Wake County
401 West Cabarrus Street
Raleigh, NC 27611
Dial (919) 833-1748
Emergency shelter and transitional housing. In addition, appropriate referrals are made to secure necessary services, such as low income government housing, employment, section 8 vouchers, and even substance abuse treatment.

Matthew House
Location is 712 West Johnson Street
Raleigh, North Carolina 27603
Call (919) 834-0666
The location provides support services and transitional housing for homeless families. Assistance administered also includes budgeting, credit repair, and help in locating and paying the rent on a new home or apartment in Wake County.





Preparation for Independent Living Program
600 West Cabarrus Street
Raleigh, North Carolina 27603
(919) 833-3312
Provides housing assistance and a residential program for homeless youth and teenagers.

Haven House Services
Location is 600 West Cabarrus Street
Raleigh, North Carolina 27603
Main phone number is (919) 833-3312
Youth as well as their families are client. A number of services are provided. This includes short term housing, food, and even transportation to medical appointments. They also run an Outreach Center for low-income and working poor people. Also get referrals as well. Supports all of Wake County and nearby regions such as Durham and Orange.

The Salvation Army Shelter for Women and Children
215 South Person Street
Raleigh, NC 27601
Main phone number is (919) 834-6733
The leading non-profit offers emergency shelter, social services, case management and other care for women with children experiencing homelessness. Receive free 3 meals plus 1 snack per day, enroll into parenting classes, use of laundry facilities, toiletries, nutrition classes, and more. Funds for paying deposits or first months rent may be offered.

Southern Wake Faith Community in Action
605 Bridge Street
Fuquay Varina, NC 27526
(919) 567-8100
Covers Willow Spring, Angier, and nearby areas. Shelter, utility help, and other basic needs are met.

StepOUT Transitional Housing
Main address is 1701 Oberlin Road
Raleigh, North Carolina 27608
Telephone - (919) 781-0156

Transitional Housing and Counseling
1701 Oberlin Road
Raleigh, NC 27608
(919) 781-0156
Administers a resource known as The Step-up program which offers low income and transitional housing and counseling services. Assistance is for working families in Wake County with dependent children who are homeless or facing eviction. The non-profit can help families overcome the cycle of poverty and offer other housing support. Another location is at 712 West Johnson Street, Raleigh, NC 27603, call (919) 834-0666 for intake.

Cary Transitional Housing Program
491 James Jackson Avenue
Cary, NC 27513
Call (919) 462-1800 for support.




Triangle Family Services
3937 Western Boulevard
Raleigh, NC 27606
Telephone - (919) 821-0790
Numerous services are offered. One key one is the Emergency Housing Assistance. This can help prevent homelessness and evictions by providing emergency financial assistance and cash grants. Other services provided included budget counseling and case management. Resources are for people facing imminent risk of eviction from their homes or apartments. Additional assistance is for Wake County residents who are already homeless and who are seeking help with pay the first month's rent expense.

Wrenn House
Main location of organization is 908 W Morgan St
Raleigh, NC 27603
(919) 832-7866

Urban Ministries of Wake County
1390 Capital Boulevard
Raleigh, North Carolina 27604
Dial the agency at (919) 836-1642
Programs provide transitional and emergency housing for women. Enroll into self-sufficiency services in an effort to find a stable home. Food, medications, job training, and other programs are offered too, in addition to housing.






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