P - Human Services

  • All services to people with disabilities are free.

  • To build a stronger community by strengthening the family.

  • To follow a vision of ending homelessness in Wake County, volunteers and staff of The Hope Center at Pullen help adults who are chronically homeless set and follow individual paths of personal development.

  • To eradicate mental illnesses and improve the quality of life of those whose lives are affected by these diseases, and to provide support through education and advocacy on behalf of people with severe mental illness and their families.

  • To provide information, education, support and advocacy to persons with disabilities, their family and the community.

  • To help older adults remain in their homes, living with dignity and aging with purpose.

  • To provide a year-round health promotion and education program in North Carolina for people 55 years of age and better through local Senior Games, State Finals, fitness leadership training for senior programs, and statewide arts and walking programs.

  • To provide a focal point for aging resources as well as opportunities to extend independent living and enrich the quality of life for Rowan County older adults.

  • To promote the self-reliance of women by assessing needs, providing services and acting as a gateway to community resources.

  • To help residents of Fuquay-Varina and Willow Spring, North Carolina with emergency financial relief and resource referrals.

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