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Wilmington area and New Hanover County North Carolina Salvation Army assistance programs.

While the main Salvation Army Corp center is located in Wilmington North Carolina, qualified lower income and needy residents in New Hanover, Brunswick, Columbus and Pender County can call on them. Resources are very limited, and are focused on meeting emergency bills as well as basic needs. Receive help with some or all of the following, including food, housing, rent, health care, free school supplies and importantly long term self-sufficiency. The main service offered is the Salvation Army Emergency Assistance Program.

Emergency financial help from Salvation Army in New Hanover, Pender, Brunswick County region

Housing resources are focused on preventing and/or reversing homelessness and evictions. So this can include emergency rental assistance payments or money to pay water, electric, or utility bills. Evictions can also be caused by someone having their power or electricity disconnected, so some assistance may be offered for paying utility or cooling bills. Or case managers can refer clients to other government or local Wilmington NC non-profits, churches or charities that may have resources. As there are a number of other rent assistance programs.

If you have a serious medical condition, then assistance may be offered for prescription medicines, including free vouchers. Some seniors may be able to receive a ride to a doctor or medical appointment. Various income and insurance conditions will need to be met.

Salvation Army case managers can refer the population, including low income or uninusred, to free community clinics for their medications or treatments. The community health centers accept patients with no dental or medical insurance, or that that are indigent or on Medicaid. Anyone can try, and find free community clinic health centers in North Carolina.

Other emergency assistance in the greater Wilmington area can include help with paying utility and electricity bills, rent, food, and more. At the same time learn about local employment services. The Salvation Army in the Carolinas does their best to resolve and prevent a crisis. So other forms of financial assistance may be offered, or basic needs can be met. Each center may have its own programs or resources available, and it can change as the year progresses.

 

 

 

 

Free seasonal help, food, and basic needs

Many people in New Hanover and Pender County as well as nearby regions do use the food pantry for free canned goods or meals. During the holidays many individuals are able to receive free Easter, Thanksgiving or Christmas meals, lunches, and dinners. Other holiday aid includes Angel Tree and the Red Kettle. The food pantries can help many people, including the jobless, working poor, or people who are just faced with a crisis. Call or stop by for details on food boxes, hot meals, or perishable items. Please contact the Salvation Army for complete details on these services.

In addition to Christmas assistance, a number of other holiday activities may be coordinated. The non-profit does its best to bring joy to people around the holidays, especially children from low income families. Providing clothing and free toys may be part of that.

The Wilmington region is supported by several food pantries as well as soup kitchens. Each is focused on feeding an entire family in a crisis. The Salvation Army may not only give out groceries, but the assistance also includes holiday meals, free Thanksgiving turkeys, and more. There are also referrals to other free food pantries in North Carolina.

Students from across southeast NC, including Brunswick and New Hanover County among others, can try the Salvation Army for school supplies, clothes, uniforms, and other goods. The Salvation Army will also help rural students access the internet, or get library or text books. Education for youth is a critical Salvation Army youth service for kids in the Wilmington region.

 

 

 

 

Examples of other social services include character-building activities for children, emergency lodging, furniture, thrift store, prescription expense assistance, and disaster relief. More non-financial aid and services can include activities such as church services, spiritual counseling, referrals, and self-sufficiency.

Contact information for Salvation Army centers in the Wilmington region

The application process can vary and change based on funding and other conditions. In general, the following is the case for most Salvation Army programs. You will need a photo ID, such as an Identification ID Card, Military Card, Driver's License, or Passport. You will need proof of address, which can include a copy of a utility bill or lease. Most of the aid is focused on people in New Hanover with an eviction notice or utility disconnection. Proof of your hardship is required along with household members, so this can include Social Security Cards, Tax or Welfare Papers and similar items.

The Salvation Army for the southeastern region of the state is at 820 North 2nd Street, Wilmington, North Carolina 28401. Call (910) 762-7354. A thrift store and social service department is at 288 Merchants Cir, Hampstead, NC 28443. Phone: (910) 762-2070. Or try 4566 Long Beach Rd SE, Southport, NC 28461 can be reached at (910) 457-0993

 

By Jon McNamara

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