Alliance Behavioral Health - Wake & Durham Resource Guide

Community Resource Guide - The road to empowerment begins with knowledge. Knowing where to get what we need in times of economic troubles can reduce our stress and avoid setbacks in our health. This community resource guide is a tool to help us do better by understanding our community support network. It will help us find what we need faster when we are in need.

With this knowledge, however, comes some responsibility; responsibility to help our friends and neighbors by sharing this information. This is peer support.
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Alliance Behavioral Healthcare

24/7 Crisis and Assessment (800) 510-9132

If you are experiencing a mental health or substance abuse crisis, you can come directly to one of our Crisis and Assessment Centers. Or, you can call Alliance and we can help you determine what treatment option in the community is right for you. The Centers are available 24/7 to help assess your treatment needs. If you need immediate

services, staff will work with you to find an appropriate treatment setting before you leave.  These licensed 24-hour facilities also provide an alternative to inpatient hospital settings available within the community.  They can provide stabilization services to individuals experiencing mental health and substance abuse-related crisis events.
Wake Crisis Services 24 hour crisis assessment - 919-250-1260
Open Door Clinic  - 832-0820
1390 Capital Blvd, Raleigh - Free medical and pharmacy services. Accept low-income patients who have no insurance and do not qualify for Medicaid.                                                   
Call any day to arrange a visit with social worker to see if you qualify for services. Bring proof of income and ID card.

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ommunity Health Centers offering complete primary care services. Accept Medicare, Medicaid, insurance.                                                                                                                     Sliding scale fee on request; bring two months of income information.

    * Rock Quarry family Medicine, 1001 Rock Quarry Road Raleigh - 833-3111

    * Apex Family Medicine, 212 S. Salem St. Apex - 362-5201

    * Southern Wake Family Medicine, 103 N. Judd Parkway Fuquay - 557-1110

    * Horizon Health Center, 102 N. Tarboro Rd Raleigh - 743-3315

Alliance Medical Ministries  - 250-3320
101 Donald Ross Drive Raleigh – Faith-based medical clinic, offering an affordable primary care home for working
adults without health insurance who live in Wake County.                Fees are based on your income.

Crisis Intervention Prescriptions - 834-4707
Financial assistance for written prescriptions once every 3 month for individuals without insurance.

Senior Prescription Assistance 1-888-488-6279
Information about NCRx, which helps seniors who qualify with prescriptions.

Seniors’ Health Insurance Information Program SHIIP - 1-800-443-9354
Help for qualifying seniors.

Mariam Clinic  - 824-4672
3126 Blue Ridge Road Raleigh - Free Medical Clinic for low-income, uninsured adults (18 and over)
from Wake or Durham Counties, living in a working household. Open on Sunday 2-5 pm,
Appointments made on Thursday 2-5 pm. Offers many different language interpreters, low fee and lab referrals.

Dental Health of Wake County  - 250-4610
10 Sunnybrook Rd. Raleigh – Preventative services and treatment on a sliding scale. Free services for children up to age 5

Lions Club of Raleigh - 833-8611
Assistance with eye exams, eye glasses and hearing aids.

Wake Teen  - 828-0035

Access Healthcare, Dr. Brian Forrest  - 363-0190
1031 W. Williams St. Apex Low-cost primary health care – pay at time of service.
Rapid Response Urgent Care  - 779-7890
220 Highway 70 West Garner - Urgent Care Center for immediate needs such as acute illnesses, infections, and injuries. Pay at the time of service.
Helen Wright Center  - 833-1748
401 Cabarrus Street – Emergency and Transitional housing for women. Must call/stop by every morning to stay on waiting list.

South Wilmington Street Center  - 857-9428
1420 South Wilmington Street – emergency shelter for men 24/7. Lunch every day from 11:30am – Noon

The Healing Place (men)  - 838-9800
1251 Geode Street – Emergency Shelter/transitional housing for men who enroll in substance abuse program. Must be at S. Wilmington Center for pick-up (no walk-ups)

The Healing Place (women)  - 838-9800
3304 Glen Royal Road – Same as men’s program (no pregnant women in detox/recovery program. Must be at Women’s Center on Blount/Hargett by 3:15pm for pick-up.

Raleigh Rescue Mission (women) 828-4980 (men) 828-9014
314 East Hargett Street – 8-month program towards job readiness and self-sufficiency. Emergency shelter for women with children (boys under ten)

Wake Interfaith Hospitality Network  - 832-6024
903 Method Road – Short term shelter for couples with or without children, or single women with children. Intake hours are
Monday – Thursday 9am-5pm.

Wrenn House  - 832-7866
908 West Morgan Street - shelter for young people (ages 10 – 17)

Interact  - 828-7740

Women and children - Transitional Housing

Salvation Army  - 834-6733
Transitional housing for women and children. No boys over 10 years old

Wake Family Entry  - 836-9197
Transitional shelter for women with children working 30-35 hr/wk. Call for intake.

A Carying Place  - 462-1800
Transitional shelter for working families with children. Must be employed and working full time, and homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.

Epiphany House  - 829-3711
Transitional shelter for women with children. Requires referral from mentor advocacy program at the women’s center

Families Together  - 212-1123
Transitional housing and support services to assist families in achieving self-sufficiency. Life Skills program, live-in resident manager, minimal monthly program fee. Must be employed or in an educational/training program.

Step-up Ministry -781-0156
Transitional shelter for employed homeless families. Adult family member must be working at least 35-40 hours per week. No felony record within 7 years, age 21+ Tuesday night meeting required. Call to register for orientation week.
Food Assistance
Brooks Avenue Church of Christ  - 821-2400
700 Brooks Avenue, Raleigh 2nd and 4th Saturdays 9am-Noon No referral required

Catholic Parish Outreach  - 873-0245
2013 North Raleigh Blvd. Raleigh - Monday – Saturday 10am-1pm Referral Required. SS card or ID required

Christian Community in Action  - 469-9861
1231 NE Maynard Road Cary - Monday and Friday 10am- 1pm
Servicing: Cary, Morrisville, Apex, Holly Springs, New Hill, Friendship area residents only – Referral required

Garner Area Ministries  - 772-9100
885 and 889 hwy. 70 Garner – Monday – Friday 9am-noon

North Raleigh Ministries  - 785-9911
2431-152 Spring Forest Road Raleigh – Monday – Thursday 10am-12:30pm. No referral required. Need Photo ID,SS card& utility bill. For residents living in the following zip codes: 27609, 27613, 27614, 27615 and 27616.

Salt and Grace Ministries  - 577-0790
They deliver food to clients. Apex, Holly Springs, Willow residents only.

Salvation Army  - 834-6733
215 Person Street, Raleigh – Tuesdays and Thursdays at 12:30. The first 20 people only. ID for all family members required. No referral required.

Shepherd’s Table Soup Kitchen  - 831-2010
121 Hillsborough Street Raleigh - Monday thru Friday 11am – Noon provides free hot meals. No referral requires.

Urban Ministries Food Pantry  - 836-1642
1390 Capital Blvd. Raleigh - Monday thru Friday 9am – 1pm ID required for all members of household. Must be a Wake county resident. May be served one time every 3 months. Referral to CPO for months in-between.

With Love from Jesus  - 233-8010
421 Chapanoke Road Raleigh Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday 10am – 11:30am No referral required.

Thrift Stores

Bargain Box - 401Woodburn Road Raleigh  - 833-7587

Cause for Paws – 2420 Crabtree Blvd Raleigh  - 828-4864

                        -1634 Saunders Street Raleigh  - 755-8906

Dorcas Thrift Shop – 1231 NE Maynard Raleigh  - 469-9861

Interact’s Pass it on – 1012 Oberlin Road Raleigh  - 865-1601

Salvation Army – 205 Tryon Road Raleigh  - 779-8867

Mustard Seed - 1504 Newbern Ave. Raleigh  - 828-1166

Vietnam Veterans – 2409 Crabtree Blvd Raleigh  - 832-8387

Goodwill Industries – 321 West Hargett Street Raleigh  - 834-0504

                                - 6808 Davis Circle Drive Raleigh  - 782-2335

                                        - 12269 Capital Blvd Raleigh  - 572-8292

Clothing Assistance

Brooks Avenue Church of Christ  - 821-2400
700 Brooks Avenue, Raleigh – Second and Fourth Saturday of each month 9am – Noon No referral required

Catholic Parish Outreach  - 873-0245
2013 North Raleigh Blvd, Raleigh – Monday – Saturday 10am – 1pm Clothing for infants and young children 4 and under and maternity wear. SS card required for all receiving assistance. Referral required

Garner Area Ministries  - 772-9100
885 Highway 70, West Garner – Garner Residents only Mon, Wed, Thurs, and Fri 9am – Noon Food and Financial assistance also available.

Helping Hand Mission  - 828-9744
623 Rock Quarry Road, Raleigh – Monday – Friday 10am – 7pm

Salvation Army  - 834-6733
215 South Person Street, Raleigh – Thursday 9am – 11am. Serves the first 25 people. NC photo ID and SS card for all family members receiving assistance.

Pregnancy Life Care Center  - 873-2442
1001 Navaho Drive, Raleigh 11am – 2pm Clothing for expectant women and baby.

With Love from Jesus  - 233-8010
421 Chapanoke Road, Raleigh Tues, Wed, Fri, Sat 10am – Noon No Referral Required.

First Baptist Church  - 832-4485
99 North Salisbury Street, Raleigh – Wed 10 – 11:30am Thurs 1-2:30pm Free Clothing.

Transportation Assistance

Allen’s Transportation Service -610-3285
Provides transportation for the elderly, handicapped, and homeless 7 days a week, weekends and holidays Free Donations accepted

Capital Area Transit -828-7228
41 routes throughout Raleigh - Show Medicare, VA or Transit Disability Card for reduced rates.

Accessible Raleigh Transportation (ART) -828-7228
Transportation services for ADA qualified persons with disabilities.

Triangle Transit Authority -549-9999
Reduced fare for Medicare, VA or any transit system disability card holders.

Wake Coordinated Transportation Services – TRACS -212-7005
For elderly (60+) and disabled. Need to provide proof of age or disability. Monday – Saturday Cost $2 - $4 call for more information.

Financial Assistance

First Presbyterian Church -833-4070
120 West Hargett St, Raleigh – By appointment only – Call Monday at noon or Tuesday ay 9:30am. Financial assistance is provided once a year for rent, utilities, and other needs of those employed.

Salvation Army -834-6733
215 South Person Street, Raleigh – Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday 8:30am – 9:00am to apply for assistance. The first 15 walk-ins are seen on those days. Need final notice on utilities or eviction notice for rent. Must be working at least 30-hours per week and paying at least $300 in rent. NC photo ID and SS card required. May receive assistance once per year.

Urban Ministries Crisis Support -834-4707
1390 Capital Blvd. Raleigh – Financial assistance provided for rent and utilities. Must be paying at least $200 in Rent. Call for appointment on Mondays only 8:30am – 9:00am.

Wake County Human Services, Service Intake -212-7000
220 Swinburne Street Raleigh – Monday – Friday 8am – 5pm must register by 4:30 pm crisis financial assistance provided for rent, transportation, eyeglasses and other emergency services. Assessment counseling and information referral services also offered.

North Raleigh Ministries -785-9911
2431-152 Spring Forest Road – Provides emergency financial aid, By appointment only. Must bring photo ID, SS card, utility bill, copy of lease, and 2 months pay stubs. Financial assistance for residents living in the following zip codes: 27609, 27612, 27613, 27614, 27615 and 27616.

Church Net -569-0020
Assistance to Wake Forest, Youngsville and Rolesville residents only.

Christian Community in Action -469-9861
1231 NE Maynard Road Cary – Monday – Friday 10am – 12:30pm Provides emergency financial aid for residents of Cary, Morrisville, Friendship, New Hill and Willow Springs.

Western Wake Crisis Ministry -362-0657
103½ East Chatham Street Apex – Monday – Thursday 10am – 1pm Provides emergency financial aid for residents of Apex, Holly Springs, Friendship and New Hill.

Crisis Hotlines and Helplines

Alcoholics Anonymous  - 783-6144

Al-Anon  - 713-1516

Birthchoice – Pregnancy help  - 781-5423

Carolina Poison Control Center  - 1-800-222-1222

Child Abuse Hotline  - 1-800-422-4453

Drug Helpline (US DHHS)  - 1-800-662-4357

Gay and Lesbian Help Line  - 821-0055

Holly Hill RESPOND  - 250-7000 or 1-800-447-1800

Hopeline  - 231-4525

Interact Domestic Violence Hotline  - 828-7740

Interact Rape Crisis Hotline  - 828-3005

Lifeline  - 1-800-273-8255

Teen Talk Line  - 231-3626

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