CASE MANAGERS: Our Case Managers work with clients individually to provide resources, support, and goal setting. As clients are ready and motivated, they work with their Case Manager to enroll in appropriate programs to move forward.

CRISIS (FINANCIAL) ASSISTANCE: Certified Individuals/Families can apply for financial assistance for help with pending evictions and/or utility disconnections. Assistance is based on available funding and is given out on a first come, first serve basis.

CLIENT CHOICE FOOD PANTRY: Certified Individuals/Families can receive access to our full pantry twice monthly. Visits must be 5 days apart.

TEFAP: The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP) is a federal program that helps supplement the diets of low-income Americans by providing them with emergency food assistance at no cost. This food is offered to any individual which falls within the self-reported income guidelines. You DO NOT need to meet the other eligibility guidelines listed at the bottom of this page.

FREE RESOURCE STORE: Certified Individuals/Families (not open to the public) are eligible for free items per month to include: Clothing, furniture, decor, housewares, linens, shoes and more!

NETWORX: NETworX is a national movement to measurably reduce poverty at its holistic core, not through well-doing for others, but through well-being together. This program will replace Bridges to Success in the spring of 2021. NETworX is individuals and communities seeking together to build intentional relationships though education and love of neighbor as well as love of self.

DRIVE TO THRIVE: This program is designed to match individuals enrolled in holistic programming with donated vehicles to help them obtain and/or maintain employment. By providing these individuals with reliable transportation without the ongoing financial strain of a car payment, they can free up precious resources for other essential needs and get them on the road to success.


In order to receive services Individuals/Families must first certify, please see the list below of items you should bring with you on your first visit (or return visit if your last visit was before July 1st of the prior year).
1. Proof of Residence (a piece of mail addressed to you within the last 30 days)
2. Picture ID
3. Social security cards for all household members
4. Proof of income for all household members
For full services, individuals/families must reside in Zip Codes: 28115, 28117, 28166, 28123, 28125 or 27013.

Contact Scotty Moore, Director of Client Services for more information on our programs at:

Programs & Services



Case Management


Food Pantry


Holiday Assistance

Household Items

Job Skills

Life Skills


Rental Assistance

Safe Shelter

Supportive Housing

Tax Preparation

Utility Assistance