Housing Assistance Federal and North Carolina state government have resources available to aid veterans in their housing needs, from immediate assistance for those currently struggling with homelessness to tax credits and exemptions for current homeowners. If you are currently homeless and need assistance, please contact the National Call Center for Homeless Veterans today at 1-877-4AID-VET. This is a free service, and does not require enrollment in any VA health program or registration with the VA. The following locations offer immediate service for homeless veterans in North Carolina: Veteran’s Restoration Quarters & Transitional Housing (ABCCM) 1329 Tunnel Rd. Asheville, NC 28805 (828) 299-8701 24 month program. Converted motel. www.abccm.org/ministries/vterans Men’s Program Steadfast House (ABCCM) 30 Cumberland Avenue Asheville, NC 28801 (828) 259-5365 Women’s Program. Women with young children welcome. www.abccm.org/ministries/women First at Blue Ridge (Vets First) PO Box 40 Ridgecrest, NC 28770 (828) 669-0011 For those in recovery from substance use disorders. www.firstinc.org Men’s and Women’s programs available. Near Asheville Family Forum (Independence Place) 3501 E Independence Blvd. Charlotte, NC 28805 (704) 817-8049 Call for information. Faith Farm (Lutheran Family Services) 842 Dallas- Stanley Highway Dallas, NC 28034 (800) 435-7464 Women’s Program www.lfscarolinas.org Near Charlotte Healing with CAARE 214 Broadway St. Durham, NC 27701 (919) 687-0793 24 month program. Shared living space, single rooms in several houses. www.caare-inc.org Maple Court (Volunteers of America) 207 Commons Blvd. Durham, NC 27704 (919) 477-0571 Apartments. 24- month program Triangle Residential Options for Substance Abusers (TROSA) 1820 James St. Durham, NC 27707 (919) 419- 1059 For those in recovery form substance use disorders (alcohol and other drugs). Must be able to work. 24 month program. www.trosainc.org Servant Center 1312 Lexington Ave. Greensboro, NC 27403 (336) 275-85850 For those with medical issues and receiving or applying for benefits. Men’s program. www.theservantcenter.org Caring Services Vet Safety Net 102 Chestnut Drive High Point, NC 27262 (336) 886-5594 For those in recovery from substance use disorders (alcohol and other drugs). Men’s program. www.caringservices.org Arthur Cassell Transitional House 1022 True Lane High Point, NC 27260 (336) 885-2166 For those in recovery from substance use disorders (alcohol and other drugs). 24 month Men’s program. www.odm-hp.org/ch.htm Healing Place of Wake County 1251 Gode Street Raleigh, NC 27603 (919) 838-9800 For those in recovery from substance use disorders (alcohol and other drugs). Men’s Program Veteran’s Helping Veterans Heal 3614 N. Glenn Ave Winston-Salem, NC 27105 (336) 744-1313 For those in recovery from substance use disorders (alcohol and other drugs). Men’s program. Good Shepard Ministries 811 Martin St. Wilmington, NC 28401 (910) 763- 4424 For those in recovery from substance use disorders. 18 month program. www.goodshepardwilmington.org Our NC4VETS Resource Guide offers much more information on other resources available to veterans for housing assistance, such as available tax credits or exemptions, as well as tips on avoiding financial traps and predatory loans. Please see the Housing Section for more information.