At CoalitionNC, we are constantly on the look out to help our community, and scout out the proper resources for that aid to materialize. Here are 5 resources for homelessness in Raleigh that we would like to share with you.

1. AME Men’s Shelter – Raleigh, NC

“The St. Paul AME Empowerment Center seeks to provide meals, shelter, and a safe sanitary environment for homeless men, while serving an incentive center for all workable men, by networking with community agencies. Further, our mission seeks to provide relevant programs that will enable skills, raise hope and self-esteem so that these men will move away from being homeless to productive independent living.”

2. Wrenn House – Raleigh, NC

“Wrenn House provides a safe, legal and responsible environment for youth who run away from home, who are homeless, or are otherwise in a crisis situation. Wrenn House is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.”

3. Raleigh Rescue Mission – Raleigh, NC

“For recovery and rehabilitation clients only, we offer a broad range of services as you or your loved one move from homelessness to a restored life. From medical care to interview coaching to help with parenting and budgeting, we work with each individual to reach their God-given potential.”

4. HADIT Home for Veterans – Raleigh, NC

“This is a home and food bank for veterans. Shelter, food and clothing is available on a limited basis. Contact the Home residence manager before you arrive to ensure that someone is present to greet you.
The Helping Addicted or Disabled Individuals Home for Veterans better known as the HADIT Home operates as a 501(c)3 organization. The name was derived from the purpose the Home serves – assisting those individuals who have given up hope and have had it with the system or those individuals whose families that have had it in assisting them. The Home helps veterans cope with their stresses by offering a sense of purpose, belonging and family.”

5. Durham Rescue Mission – Durham, NC

“The Durham Rescue Mission provides food, shelter and other programs and services to the homeless men of Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill through our men’s program.

By offering safe shelter, three meals a day, clean clothing, Biblical counseling, financial planning, vocational training, GED/education and employment assistance, we’ve helped mend the shattered lives of many homeless men since opening in 1974.”