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1 BASIC NEEDS HOUSING Organization Contact Information Services Eligibility Criteria/Referral Process Durham County Housing Authority Urban Ministries of Durham Women s Shelter for 330 Main St Durham, NC (919) Liberty St (919) Manages public housing, homeless programs such as Shelter Plus Care and section 8 vouchers Emergency shelter for men and women Private rooms for families Addiction recovery services are available at the Community Shelter Substance abuse program Priority given to elderly and disabled Apply at main office Applications are also available on-line at: Client must show up at 4:15pm to be assigned a space Everyone is welcome except for sex offenders and if the client is on the shelter ban list Family space is limited No daily sign ups Monday 9-10 Thursday 9-10 Durham Rescue Mission Genesis Home NC Housing Search Men s Shelter 1201 East Main St (919) Women s/children Shelter 507 East Knox St (919) North Queen St (919) Call Sabrina Seymour NCHousingSearch.com Toll Free: (877) Men s shelter, a single women s shelter Housing for women with children, shelter for families Food assistance, and clothing assistance Transitional housing for homeless families Provide services to help develop life skills, relationship issues, support systems, and earning potential Free service for finding affordable housing Low cost rental housing Housing with Accessibility Features Client must go for an interview to see if they qualify Interviews are daily Clients can check the same day of the interview Client needs to have a picture ID; children must provide birth certificate; if married a marriage certificate must be provided Client should call on Monday to set up interview Interviews are on Tuesday Client needs to have homeless verification Client needs to have at least 1 child in custody No eligibility criteria Service not available online Supported by a toll-free, bilingual call center M-F, 9am-8pm EST Updated Sept

2 TRANSITIONAL HOUSING MEN Housing for New Troy House Econ Plaza Staff contact: Jessie Holms (919) N Mangum St (919) Fayetteville St Durham, NC (919) Phoenix House Transitional Housing for homeless single men, also offers support programs Transitional housing and meals Provides counseling services, employment training, anger management counseling, parenting counseling Commercial dormitory for men Furnished rooms Client needs to be referred or can call directly to: up an interview with a case manager Must be homeless Must be at least 14 days clean of drugs and alcohol Must get a job in the first month 30% of the salary goes toward paying rent For males leaving prison--program referrals are only from the Federal Bureau of Prisons Clients are required to work and pay 25% of their gross earnings for rent Clients must fill out application Client must bring most recent paystub or proof of income Rooms are $115 a week Interfaith Council for Social Services 100 West Rosemary St Chapel Hill, NC (919) Residential Services Director: Laurie Tucker Job Mentoring Program Men s Residential Facility: 30 beds and 20 floor space, 365 days a year Clients need to call for availability daily Orange county residents have priority Must call ahead for a space Freedom House Men's Halfway House 529 Holloway Street Bud Curry (919) (919) Halfway house program for men in Durham Six bed halfway house that provides up to six months of recovery services for alcohol/drug-addicted women Help residents recover and regain necessary life skills Referral by the Durham Center Substance abuse assessment If housing is available clients go to a transitional house (six beds) Contact Bud Curry for availability Updated Sept

3 TRANSITIONAL HOUSING WOMEN Housing for New Residential Hall Passage House Interfaith Council for Social Services Homestart Staff contact: Antionetta (Toni) Bullock (919) Pilot St Durham, NC (919) W Johnson St Raleigh, NC (919) Ext Homestead Rd Chapel Hill, NC (919) Residential Services Director: Laurie Tucker Dove House Transitional Housing for homeless single women, also offers support programs Rooming establishment for women with furnished room, free phone service and shared bathroom Facilities are cleaned 7 days a week Transitional housing for women with children or women leaving prison Provide emergency, short and longer-term services to 50 homeless women and children at a time Assist homeless families with children under age five Coordinate services with other agencies for at-risk families in the community Client needs to be referred or can call directly to: up an interview with a case manager Must be homeless Must be at least 14 days clean of drugs and alcohol Must get a job in the first month 30% of the salary goes toward paying rent Women only Clients pay $120 weekly rent (there is option for biweekly and monthly rent payments) No deposit Client needs to bring ID, criminal report from court house and paystubs 21 years or older Client must be homeless (bring a court order or eviction notice) Must work at least 32 hours a week and have a work history of at least 6 months Must bring a paystub and the minimum income is $10 an hour Must sign a lease for 10 to 12 months, that can be renewed if rent is paid on time Cannot be disabled and must be at least 6 months clean of drugs and alcohol Application process is 2-4 wks Clients need to call for availability daily Orange county residents have priority Must call ahead for a space Updated Sept

4 Freedom House Francis St Women s House Urban Ministries of Raleigh Meadow (Family Wellness and Recovery Services) New Beginnings Glory to Glory House of Refuge 2404 Francis St. Durham, NC Bud Curry (919) (919) Cabarrus St. Raleigh, NC Administrative office (919) Helen Wright Center (919) Penny Lane, Pittsboro, NC Glenwood Ave Raleigh, NC (919) Carson St. Raleigh, NC (919) (877) Halfway house program for women in Durham Ten bed halfway house that provides up to six months of recovery services for alcohol/drug-addicted women Help residents recover and regain necessary life skills Helen Wright Center provides temporary and transitional housing for women Provide healthcare and prescription services Residential substance abuse treatment facility for substance abusing women who are pregnant or have children. Transitional housing program available for women and children who need safe housing to stabilize their lives Life skills training is also available Transitional housing and treatment for women with HIV/AIDS, substance abuse, and mental illness Referral by the Durham Center Substance abuse assessment If housing is available clients go to a transitional house (six beds) Contact Bud Curry for availability Residents must be drug and alcohol free No fees Call daily to get a bed and to keep your name current N/A Please call for availability TRANSITIONAL & PERMANENT HOUSING FAMILIES Durham Interfaith Hospitality Network 1216 N Roxboro St (919) Temporary and transitional housing, three meals a day Transportation and case management through volunteer congregations and families Serves alcohol- and drug-free families that are looking for permanent, stable housing Participants must be psychologically healthy and able and willing to work Space is limited. Please call for availability Updated Sept

5 Genesis Home Interfaith Council for Social Services Homestart Federally Subsidized Housing 300 North Queen St (919) Call Sabrina Seymour Homestead Rd Chapel Hill, NC (919) Residential Services Director: Laurie Tucker 2809 Crest St. Durham, NC (919) Transitional housing for homeless families Provide services to help develop life skills, relationship issues, support systems, and earning potential Provide emergency, short and longer-term services to 50 homeless women and children at a time Assist homeless families with children under age five Coordinate services with other agencies for at-risk families in the community Crestview Apartments 2 and 3 bedroom apartments Provides housing assistance via federally subsidized complexes, and/or assistance programs Client should call on Monday to set up interview Interviews are on Tuesday Client needs to have homeless verification Client needs to have at least 1 child in custody Clients need to call for availability daily Orange county residents have priority Must call ahead for a space Rent based on income level Family housing complex Not available through Durham Housing Authority. Contact complex for application Federally Subsidized Housing 917 Wadesboro St. Durham, NC (919) Lynnhaven Apartments Provides housing assistance via federally subsidized complexes, and/or assistance programs Rent based on income level Family housing complex Not available through Durham Housing Authority. Contact complex for application Federally Subsidized Housing Rochelle St. Durham, NC (919) Rochelle Manor Apartments Provides housing assistance via federally subsidized complexes, and/or assistance programs Rent based on income level Family housing complex Not available through Durham Housing Authority. Contact complex for application Updated Sept

6 TRANSITIONAL HOUSING VETERANS CAARE Housing Coordinator: Daryl Hickman 214 Broadway St (919) Transitional Housing for veterans only Call housing coordinator for information on how to apply TRANSITIONAL HOUSING MALES LEAVING PRISON Troy House 1101 N Mangum St (919) Transitional housing and meals Provides counseling services, employment training, anger management counseling, parenting counseling For males leaving prison--program referrals are only from the Federal Bureau of Prisons Clients are required to work and pay 25% of their gross earnings for rent TRANSITIONAL HOUSING DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ARISE Durham Crisis Response Center Durham, NC (919) Temporary shelter for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault Shelter is located in an undisclosed location Counseling, legal advocacy and support groups Client has to call the crisis line and answer a questionnaire For availability call daily PERMANENT HOUSING HOMELESS / DISABILITY Housing for New Staff contact: Hap Johnson (919) Andover Apartments Permanent Housing Client needs to be referred or can call directly to: up an interview for screening with apartments manager Must be homeless with disability Income can be no more that $15,000 a year Must be capable of living independently with support services Updated Sept

7 Housing for New Housing for New Shelter Plus Care Staff contact: Sam Whitted (919) Staff contact Tamera 330 Main St Durham, NC (919) Sherwood Park Apartments Permanent Housing Williams Square Apartments Permanent Housing Limited permanent housing assistance Rental subsidies and support services to homeless individuals with disabilities, primarily those with chronic mental illness, substance abuse, and HIV/AIDS Client needs to be referred or can call directly to: up an interview for screening with apartment manager Must be homeless Client needs to be referred or can call directly to: up an interview for screening with apartment manager Must be homeless with disability Income can be no more that $15,000 a year Must be capable of living independently with support services Clients must meet the homelessness and disability criteria as defined by HUD. Program participants pay 30% of their income towards rent and Shelter Plus Care subsidizes the remaining portion of the rent. RECOVERY HOUSING & TREATMENT TROSA Freedom House Men's Halfway House 1820 James St Durham, NC (919) Holloway Street Bud Curry (919) (919) year residential program for substance abusers Vocational training, education, counseling, mentoring, leadership training, job search and placement Low cost housing and cars Halfway house program for men in Durham Six bed halfway house that provides up to six months of recovery services for alcohol/drug-addicted women Help residents recover and Complete TROSA questionnaire phone interview Referral by the Durham Center Substance abuse assessment If housing is available clients go to a transitional house (six beds) Contact Bud Curry for availability Updated Sept

8 regain necessary life skills Alcohol and Drug Treatment Center (ADATC) John Umstead Hospital, Butner, NC (919) This program has both an acute detox unit and a longer-term substance abuse rehab unit Same day admissions are possible, depending on bed availability Alcoholism Treatment Center of Raleigh 3000 Falstaff Rd. Raleigh, NC (919) A substance abuse treatment facility in Wake County, indigent care available. Program includes a 14-day residential component Freedom House 104 New Stateside Dr. Chapel Hill, NC (919) Freedom House is a substance abuse recovery center that offers several services, including two halfway houses, one for men and one for women. Please call for bed availability HOUSING FOR PEOPLE WITH HIV/AIDS Fitts-Powell Apartments 1017 Cook Rd Durham, NC (919) Housing targeted for homeless people with HIV/AIDS Client needs to bring Picture ID, proof of income, criminal background check and rental reference ACRA, Inc. Glory to Glory House of Refuge 331 West Main St Suite 501 Durham, NC Staff contact Virginia Payne (919) Carson St. Raleigh, NC (919) (877) Permanent housing opportunities for people with HIV/AIDS One property for HIV sex offenders Transitional housing and treatment for women with HIV/AIDS, substance abuse, and mental illness Clients need to fill out an application the get on waiting list Client can get application by calling the main office Please call for availability Updated Sept

9 HOUSING FOR THE ELDERLY Federally Subsidized Housing 500 Cobb St. Durham, NC (919) Morehead Hills Apartments Provides housing to the elderly through federal programs Rent based on income level Must be elderly Contact complex for application Maplewood Square 1520 Chapel Hill Road Offers low cost living to seniors 55 & older Offer 26-1 bedroom and 6-2 bedroom apartments Affordable based on income 4 reserved for seniors with disabilities Rents range from $ per month Updated Sept

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