Piedmont Rescue Mission has been impacting lives in Alamance County for more than 35 years. Our purpose is to glorify God through the salvation of souls. We accomplish this through providing shelter, hope, counsel, and structure to help change lives for eternity.
An organization that provides resources and support to those affected by poverty.
Doing Gods work by helping the people of Alamance County. We offer a food pantry & clothing.
Offers food service to shut-ins, homeless, elderly, and low-income people in the community.
To radically decrease the number of families in poverty by advancing social equity practices that promote social mobility and provide opportunities that build a resilient community
We are here for you 24 hours a day. Call our Crisis Line:
Trinity Worship Center is a home where anyone can meet and follow Jesus.
9:00am | 11:00am
M-Th 9 am to 5 pm and Friday 9 am to 1 pm.
3157 S Church St, Burlington, NC 27215
Wednesday Nights at Trinity Free Meal 5:15-6:30pm Food Pantry/Open to public
3157 S Church St. Burlington, NC 27215
Trinity en Español Burlington se reúne los domingos a las 11:00 am.
3157 S Church St, Burlington, NC 27215
Whether you're looking for a senior living community or help with in-home care, Caring.com is here to help make this process easier — for free.
Adult day care offers mental, social, and physical stimulation. One can also expect to receive meals, activities and exercise. For adults who have lost some independence because of physical or cognitive impairments or chronic health conditions.
The VA advocacy center, AKA Veterans Guide has a mission to assist vets with an array of issues they face, including obtaining proper disability compensation, financial assistance, GI bill info and more. For all details Visit - veteransguide.org
Homeless Veterans may not be aware of a HUD program called the Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing Voucher Program. This program combines the Section 8 Vouchers (now called Housing Choice Vouchers) which assists with rental assistance, with clinical services and case management provided by the VA (Veteran's Affairs).
HUD (The Department of Housing and Urban Development) has awarded in the neighborhood of 10,000 of these vouchers a year since 2008.
These vouchers are administered at approved VAMC's (Veteran Affairs Medical Centers). They assist veterans and their families afford safe housing.
If you are a veteran who is homeless or is in fear of being homeless, in need of rent assistance, we recommend that you contact one of the approved Veteran's Affairs Offices where you can get assistance. Please follow this link to the HUD VASH Vouchers Page: Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing. You will find more information about the program along with contact phone numbers in each state who can provide you with information on how to obtain this Veteran's Support Voucher.
20 DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE TO THOSE WHO HONORABLY SERVED OR ACTIVELY SERVE OUR COUNTRY BY AARON MICHAEL
Military veterans and those on active duty have sacrificed their lives, comfort and choice of employment in the name of protecting American freedom. Without the US military, America as we know it would not exist and millions of Americans would not be able to live their lives in peace and prosperity. As a sincere thank you, our country and plenty of companies who employ veterans offer life changing discounts and even free products and services exclusively to members of the military and their immediate family members. Currently, there are many privately held companies and federal programs available to past and present serviceman that are widely used. A few common examples are the VA and the GI Bill; however, many are unaware of the smaller yet equally useful options that are available. This is our purpose. We hope to shed light on products and services that will increase the quality of life not only for you but for your wife, your sons and your daughters. Enjoy your savings and please spread the word with others who might also benefit. Thank you for your service.
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The National Homelessness Law Center is the only national organization dedicated solely to using the power of the law to end and prevent homelessness. Partnering with pro bono attorneys, the Law Center brings high impact litigation, leads and supports federal, state and local advocacy campaigns, and educates providers, advocates, and the public. Our work creates homes and communities for families, children, veterans, elderly and disabled people experiencing homelessness using surplus government property, improves access to housing for domestic violence survivors and their children, secures education rights for children experiencing homelessness, and protects human rights and dignity by striking down laws that prevent people experiencing homelessness from voting and that punish them for their homelessness.
Wouldn’t that solve the problem? Well, it’s rarely so simple. In 2017, only 22 percent of adults experiencing homelessness were confirmed to have been employed that year. While it’s apparent that some individuals can gain and keep employment, these low figures suggest there may be something more to it than the usual stereotypes surrounding the issue.
3401-A West Wendover Ave, Greensboro, NC 27407
Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities, and Substance Abuse Services - Victor Armstrong - 984-236-5000
Aging and Adult Services - Joyce Massey-Smith - 919-855-3400
Interim Shelter Manager
ACAC Allied Churches of Alamance County
City of Burlington 336 229 0881 Ext 113
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Piedmont Rescue Mission
City of Burlington 336 229 6995
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Latonya McIver Penny
Family Abuse Services of Alamance County
City of Burlington 336 226 5985
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Senior Community Development Analyst
City of Durham 919-560-4570, Ext. 22267
North Carolina Coalition to End Homelessness Inc.
Housing Support Specialist
Partners Ending Homelessness
336-553-2715, Ext. 1003
Supervisor, Homeless Support Services
Mecklenburg County 704-926-0617
Homeless Continuum of Care Director
Cape Fear Council of Governments 910-395-4553, Ext. 202
Vanessa Kopp Coordinated Entry Systems Manager
Wake County Continuum of Care
Co Coordinator Advocates for Healthy Citizens
DBA Health Net Gaston
704-864-4554, Ext. 109
With the help of our community partners & generous donors we collected more food & clothing than ever before. We were able to help a group of folks living next to the 298 off ramp of I-40 N. We also helped the people at Mercy & Grace Outreach Ministries, Freedom's Hope, & the Piedmont Rescue Mission. Thanks to everyone
Was successful we collected and give out al lot of clothing and food. I'm happy to say we saw a lot fewer people on the streets, although it may have been because of the cold weather.
In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King's civil rights work and legacy to end racism, social injustice and inequality. We chose to serve the less fortunate in our community by providing food & clothing. Below are a few great MLK quotes.
“When people are voiceless, they will have temper tantrums like a child who has not been paid attention to. Riots are massive temper tantrums from a neglected and voiceless people.” MLK
"To ignore evil is to become an accomplice to it." MLK
"We may have all come on different ships but we are in the same boat." MLK
OUR 1ST MLK DAY OF SERVICE WAS HELD ON 1/21/19
A big thanks goes out to Bed Bath & Beyond, their staff & all their great customers who purchased socks and donated them to us to give to the homeless. Many thanks also go to everyone who donated cloths for our MLK day giveaway.
Thanks to everyone who participated on 5/5-7/2023
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