• Family Assistance Resources

    Salvation Army Holiday Programs

    Free meals are served. They also operate an Angel Tree gift-giving program and feed seniors. The social service agency also coordinates case management, has a thrift store, and other programs.

    1311 S. Eugene St.

    Greensboro, NC 27406

    Phone: (336) 273-5572

    Another site is at 121 SW Cloverleaf Place, High Point, NC 27263. Phone (336) 881-5444.

      

    Senior Resources of Guilford 

    Santa for Seniors has become a happy tradition in Guilford County thanks to our many volunteers. Each year, Senior Resources of Guilford coordinates the delivery of specially packaged holiday gift bags for the elderly who participate in our programs, and who might otherwise be forgotten during the holidays.

    1401 Benjamin Parkway

    Greensboro, NC 27408

    Phone: (336) 373-4816

     

    Interactive Resource Center

    The Interactive Resource Center is a day center in Greensboro for people who are homeless or trying to keep from becoming homeless. They offer essential services such as laundry, mail, showers, and a medical clinic. A veteran’s representative is on staff as well as a disability lawyer. Guests have access to a computer lab to prepare a resume and search for employment. They offer GED classes in partnership with GTCC. During the holidays, faith and community partners generally provide a meal for guests.

    407 E. Washington Street

    Greensboro, NC 27401

    Phone: (336) 332-0824

     

    West End Ministries

    We work to meet the needs of individuals and families when no other resources are readily available to them. We act as an advocate through the referral and the follow-up process and by promoting community awareness of social problems and generating support for the improvement of the system’s response to human needs. Free meals are served every Thursday from 2:00 – 4:00 pm.

    903 English Rd.

    High Point, NC 27261

    Phone: (336) 884-1105

      

    Gate City Church of Christ

    Every Friday, the Gate City Church of Christ feeds those in need in the Greensboro community a hot meal and provides them with essential items. 

    302 E. Vandalia Rd.

    Greensboro, NC

    Website: wearegatecity.org

    Phone: (336) 937-0942

     

    CARES Act:

    Funding still remains for rent and utility assistance and mortgage assistance for households financially affected by COVID-19. Applications for these City-managed emergency housing assistance programs are still being taken and the qualifications for them have been extended.

    If your household has been behind in rent for at least one month since April 1, you qualify for assistance.

    Click here to Apply. 

    1031 Summit Ave suite 1e-2,

    Greensboro, NC 27405

    9:00am 5:30PM

    Phone: (336) 691-9521

     

    Greensboro Urban Ministry 

    A variety of services are available to single adults or families experiencing a housing crisis. Weaver Houseprovides emergency shelter to single men and women. During the winter months, more beds are provided to keep people out of the frigid cold through partnerships with other agencies. The Pathways Center provides temporary shelter to families. Each family has a private living space, which includes beds, a kitchenette, and a bathroom. Families staying at Pathways share a lounge, TV room, computer lab, laundry room, meditation room, and outdoor playground.

    Long-term housing assistance is provided through Partnership Village, a transitional housing community for individuals and families rebuilding self-sufficiency after experiencing homelessness. 

    305 W Gate City Blvd,

    Greensboro, NC 27406

     

    Phone: (336) 271-5959

     

    GCS Student Crisis Hotline

    The GCS Student Crisis Hotline operates 7 am-12 am daily and is staffed by GCS counselors, social workers, school psychologists, and those trained to assist students in crisis.  336-332-7295

     

    Mel-Burton SchoolStructured Treatment Program

    This program provides day treatment services for juvenile offenders ages 11-17 with mental health and/or substance abuse diagnoses. Educational services, mental health, and substance abuse services are provided Monday-Friday during school hours. The program utilizes the evidence-based models Positive Action and Seven Challenges as well as other behavior modification techniques to successfully transition youth back to their regular school upon completion of the program. Click here for more information.