Help with rent payments in Randolph County.

Find how to apply for rent help, security deposit assistance for a new home, and other housing programs in Randolph County. There are various charitable and government agencies that offer financial assistance for paying past due rental payments, free tenant – landlord mediation, legal aid, or even rapid rehousing. The resources may come in the form of:

  • -Cash grants or loans for paying rent.
  • -Help with rehousing, including shelter, security deposit assistance, and storage.
  • -Homeless prevention in Asheboro for veterans, single moms, and the elderly.

Those are just examples of what may be available in Randolph County. The agencies may offer other assistance for housing needs, even including utility bill help, as well. Each application for rental assistance and request is assessed on a one-off basis, and no two applicants are often treated the same.

Asheboro Salvation Army
Main address - 345 N Church Street
Asheboro, NC 27203
Call (336) 625-0555
The emergency crisis program is what is available. It provides homeless shelters, emergency rent or energy bill help, low cost furniture, and maybe even free motel vouchers.

Legal Aid of North Carolina and Randolph County
Main address - 122 N Elm St #700
Greensboro, NC 27401
Call (336) 272-0148
This is the local legal aid office for Randolph County. Free advice for attorneys, eviction defense support, and more.





The office address is 133 West Wainman Avenue
Asheboro, North Carolina 27203
Only senior citizens may dial for help. Number - (336) 625-3389
Housing assistance, medical care, medications, and other support. Any money paid out for rent is made directly to the landlord; not the applicant.

Randolph County Department of Social Services
Address - 1512 North Fayetteville Street
Asheboro, NC 27203-3239
General assistance can be used for making rent payments. DSS also offers LIHEAP for energy bills, disability resources, and other emergency financial aid.

CUOC - Christians United Outreach Center
Location is 35 Sunset Avenue
Asheboro, North Carolina 27203
(336) 625-1500
Grants are given to the church on an annual basis from the United Way. Assistance includes furniture for a new home or apartment, rent or mortgage help, money for utilities, security deposit assistance and more. The focus is on self-sufficiency and homeless prevention, so the rent assistance is often combined with other resources.

Asheboro Public Housing Authority (PHA)
Office address - 338 W Wainman Ave
Asheboro, North Carolina 27203
Phone - (336) 629-4146
They offer vouchers from HUD - Housing and urban development. Section 8 can be used for paying rent. Home buying programs are also offered.




Randleman Community Service
Main address - 150 South Main
Randleman, NC 27317
(336) 495-1067
The non-profit only helps tenants and residents of Randleman. A thrift store has household items, Duke Energy power bill help, and money for back rent is available.

Seagrove area only - Christians United Southern Randolph
Call (336) 873-7621
Funds can pay rent or energy bills to stop evictions. There is also short-term lodging to families who are evicted or who are homeless or whose homes are burned.


By Jon McNamara

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