L - Housing & Shelter

  • The mission of the Lincoln County Coalition Against Domestic Violence is to provide an alternative to living in a violent situation and to offer education / resources necessary for survivors to make healthier choices for themselves and their families.

    The vision of our program is to provide the best and most complete services for survivors of domestic violence.

  • Restoring home, health and spirit allows our residents to focus on a tailored program that gives them the skills, education, confidence and a plan to rebuild their lives and reestablish them as net contributors to our community.

    VHVH’s 30/30/90/30 program is customized to each resident in concert with our staff, led by a case manager and delivered over approximately 1 year. Our focus is moving our veterans to permanent housing and independence as soon as possible, yet our program has the flexibility to extend the veteran’s care to almost 2 years if necessary.

  • Next Step Development Corporation is a newly formed nonprofit and our mission is to provide permanent supportive housing for individuals experiencing homelessness by providing micro housing and tiny home villages. We create a supportive environment including case management, job training, life skills training and substance use counseling.

  • To help empower victims of rape, sexual assault, incest and domestic violence to take back their lives.

  • Copper Circle's mission is to build stronger communities by harnessing the skills and resources of the rental housing industry to advance professional development and efforts to end homelessness.

  • The mission of HERE in Jackson County is to end homelessness in Jackson County by providing temporary emergency shelter, housing-focused case management services, and administering short-term financial assistance.

  • To provide affordable housing, education, community, human and economic development to improve the quality of life in Sanford, Lee County and the surrounding counties.

  • In Christ's name, feed the hungry, house the homeless and reduce recidivism in Haywood County.

    To glorify God by proclaiming and showing love through a Christ-centered ministry that brings life transformation in a safe, accepting and caring environment.

  • Repairing homes, revitalizing communities, rebuilding lives.

  • Our mission- TODH provides supportive housing and services for young women ages 18-21 who have aged-out of foster care, leading them to independence through biblically based mentoring, life skills classes, and structured programs.
    Our vision- our graduates will leave our program physically, mentally, and spiritually healthy. They will be prepared to lead independent lives, reversing the cycle of abuse, neglect, and poverty for generations to come.

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