We believe everyone should have the opportunity for health. Some things like not having enough food or reliable transportation or a safe place to live can make it hard to be healthy.
Below you will find some resources that we hope will be useful to you. You can also reach out to our family resource coordinator at (919) 872-0250. We may not be able to find resources for all of your needs, but we will partner with you to help as much as we can.
Food, Transportation, or Housing Needs
NCCARE360: Statewide network to connect people with services they need. You submit a request for assistance online and a NCCARE360 navigator from NC 2-1-1 will contact you. nccare360.org. If no internet access, dial 2-1-1
Wake Network of Care: Service directory for resources available in Wake County. You can search by your zip code for services and support related to housing, food access, transportation, and family/child services. wake.nc.networkofcare.org/mh
Find Help: Search engine to find free or reduced cost services like food, housing, transportation, job training and more. You can search by any zip code for resources in your area. findhelp.org
Food Specific Needs
Interpersonal Violence and Safety
Interact: Interact crisis counselors are available 24 hours a day to talk confidentially about safety and provide information about programs and resources. interactofwake.org, 919-828-7740, 866-291-0855 toll free
National Domestic Violence Hotline: Advocates are available for victims or anyone calling on their behalf to provide crisis intervention, safety planning and referrals. Anonymous and confidential with help available 24 hours a day. www.thehotline.org, 1-800-799-SAFE (7233)
fax: (919) 848-3054
Mon-Fri*: 8:00am–5:00pmClosed from 12:45–1:45pm for lunch.
Sat & Sun: 8:00am–11:00amurgent matters by appt only