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Alcohol and Drug Services

Alcohol and Drug Services (ADS) is a non-profit organization that works to reduce the impact of substance abuse through education and prevention. ADS is dedicated to helping children thrive, empowering families, supporting schools, and building communities. ADS serves 10 counties in North Carolina including Guilford County.
Visit the website | 336-882-2125 ext. 229
Hours: Call or Visit website for more information about ADS programs and services

Tags: Crisis Intervention, Health & Wellness, Special Populations , Physical Health, Mental Health

Alcoholics' Home, Inc. (House of Prayer)

House of Prayer Inc. is a residential treatment center for adult males struggling with alcoholism. This faith-based center not only provides a spiritual treatment community, but they also have a partnership with a local thrift store that is open to the public. A fee of $1,000 is required for residents with an income and $500 for residents without an income in order to participate in the program. All potential participants will have to undergo an interview process and must have a valid Social Security number and photo ID. 
Visit the website | 336-882-1026
Hours:

HOP Shop Thrift Hours: 

Monday - Friday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM 

Saturday: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Sunday: CLOSED 

For more information about program, call or visit the House of Prayer NC website. 


Tags: Crisis Intervention, Health & Wellness , Support/Interest Groups

American Red Cross - Piedmont Triad Center

The Piedmont Triad Chapter of the American Red Cross serves a population of more than 1.6 million people in the Triad area which includes Alamance, Caswell, Davidson, Davie, Forsyth, Guilford, Randolph, Rockingham, Stokes, Surry and Yadkin Counties.  The American Red Cross provides blood donation services, services to members of the armed forces, health and safety services, CPR & First Aid classes, disaster relief services, and volunteer services.
Visit the website | 336-333-2111
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

8:30 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED

 


Tags: Emergency Assistance, Health & Wellness , Enrichment Opportunities

Arc of High Point

The Arc of High Point is committed to providing opportunities for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities to choose and realize their personal goals through advocacy and services. The Arc offers access to dental care and a variety recreation programs such as the creative arts painting class, stitching, the Wild & Free program, Heart & Soul choir practice, and the Aktion club.
Visit the website | 336-883-0650
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Health & Wellness, Special Populations , Enrichment Opportunities, Disabilities

Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center - Support Groups

Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center offers a resource listing for support groups in the Triad area including:

  • Alzheimer's 
  • ALS 
  • Burn victims
  • Cancer 
  • Caregivers
  • Diabetes 
  • Epilepsy 
  • Grief 
  • Heart and stroke 
  • Movement disorders 
  • Parkinson's Disease
  • Psoriasis 
  • Pulmonary Hypertension
  • Trauma survivors

Information for each group is available on the website.


Visit the website |
Hours:

Visit the website for more information.


Tags: Health & Wellness , Support/Interest Groups

BackPack Beginnings

Backpack Beginnings delivers child-centric services to feed, comfort, and clothe children in need. This includes programs like food backpacks, comfort backpacks, food pantries, and clothing pantries which provides children with the extra resources they need.
Visit the website | 336-709-9649
Hours: Call or visit website for more information about programs and how to volunteer.

Tags: Emergency Assistance

Barnabas Network

Guilford County's only furniture bank! They collect gently-used, donated household goods and furnishings for individuals transitioning from homelessness, fleeing abuse, recovering from flood or fire, or resettling as refugees.


Visit the website | 336-370-4002
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

8:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED

 


Tags: Emergency Assistance, Special Populations , Homeless

Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, Lodge No. 1155

A fraternal organization that is dedicated to veterans and the community. Programs include Adopt-A-Veteran, Freedom Grants, VA voluntary service, Camp Carefree, Giving back, Donate Life America, Hoop Shoot, Antlers Program, and a Drug Awareness Program.
Visit the website | 336-869-7313
Hours:

Main Office:

Monday - Friday: 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM, Summer Hours

Monday - Friday: 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM, Winter Hours

For more information about  programs and services, call or visit the the HP Elks' website.


Tags: Health & Wellness , Support/Interest Groups, Enrichment Opportunities

Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Central Piedmont

Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Central Piedmont's mission is to provide children facing adversity with strong and enduring professional supported one-on-one relationships that changes their lives for the better forever.  To read more about the programs available for the children enrolled or to learn how to volunteer to be a Big Brother or Sister, visit the Big Brothers Big Sister website.
Visit the website | 336-882-4167
Hours: Call or visit website for more information about programs and how to volunteer.

Tags: Children , Enrichment Opportunities

Body & Soul Total Wellness, PLLC.

Body & Soul Total Wellness offers therapy services for individuals, families, and groups. Clients can make an appointment on their own or be referred by an organization. Body & Soul Total Wellness therapists specialize in a variety of issues including: relationship conflict, generational trauma, childhood trauma, PTSD, general stress, school related or other behavioral issues, depression (including Postpartum or Prenatal), and more. 


Visit the website | 336-812-9733
Hours:

Monday:

8:00 AM-8:00PM

Tuesday-Thursday:

7:00 AM-8:00 PM

Friday:

8:00 AM-5:00 PM

Saturday:

8:00 AM- 2:00 PM

Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Health & Wellness , Mental Health

BOTSO Mentoring- BOTSO Mentoring Services

Brothers Organized to Serve Others (BOTSO) is committed to empowering male youth through mentorship. The mentoring program serves at-risk and court-involved young men, ages 10-17 years old. Mentors work with the young men and their families to instill life and pro-social skills, provide support, and reduce disciplinary problems. 


Visit the website | 336-802-1839
Hours:

Call or visit the website for more information.


Tags: Children , Crisis Support

Boys & Girls Club of Greater High Point Inc.

The Boys & Girls Club of Greater High Point Inc. inspires and enables all young people, especially those from disadvantaged circumstances, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible, and caring citizens. Boys & Girls Club is a youth development organization serving school aged children, from the ages of 6 - 18, at five sites with after-school and summer programs.


Visit the website | 336-882-2582
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

8:30 AM - 5:30 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children , After School Care, Child Care, Summer Programs, Academic Support, Enrichment Opportunities

Caring Services Inc.

Caring Services Inc's goal is to provide a holistic continuum of care to individuals who are ready to make a commitment to their recovery from mood-altering substances. Services include outpatient treatment, an intensive outpatient treatment program, veterans services, and DUI services.
Visit the website | 336-886-5594
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED 


Tags: Crisis Intervention, Health & Wellness, Special Populations , Physical Health, Mental Health

Children's Home Society of North Carolina - Family Preservation Program

The primary goal of the Family Preservation program is to keep families intact by preventing the removal of children from their homes. Preservation services are provided for a period of 28 days, 10 hours per week, with a minimum of 40 service hours to address the unique needs of the family and help them create a more stable home for their child. 


Visit the website | 1-800-632-1400
Hours:

See website to make a referral. 


Tags: Children, Crisis Intervention

Children's Home Society of North Carolina - Foster Parent Training

The Foster Parent Training program provides assistance, information, and support for new foster parents looking to ease the transition and better care for their foster child. 


Visit the website | 1-800-632-1400
Hours:

Call or see website for more information.


Tags: Children , Crisis Support

Children's Home Society of North Carolina - Parenting Under Two Roofs

The Parenting Under Two Roofs program is designed to help divorced or never-married parents learn how to cooperate and mediate conflict. This program focuses on communication strategies that will help create stable home environments for children. 


Visit the website | 336-553-1281
Hours:

Call or see website for more information.


Tags: Children , Crisis Support

Children's Home Society of North Carolina - Wise Guys®

The Wise Guys® program focuses on empowering young men by encouraging them to examine their values, set goals, and redefine what manhood means through meaningful dialogue. Designed specifically for middle school and high school aged young men, they can bond with their peers and form healthy perceptions of what it means to be a man in the safe space created by this program. 


Visit the website | 1-800-632-1400
Hours:

Call or see website for more information.


Tags: Children , Enrichment Opportunities

Children's Home Society of North Carolina- HealthySteps

The HealthySteps program provides support and guidance for parents of children under the age of 3. HealthySteps specialists will partner with pediatric providers to assist in providing information to parents to ensure their infant is receiving the best care possible.


Visit the website | 1-800-632-1400
Hours:

Call or see website for more information.


Tags: Children, Health & Wellness , Enrichment Opportunities, Enrichment Opportunities

Consumer Credit Counseling Service

The Consumer Credit Counseling Service helps individuals and families avoid bankruptcy or foreclosure, achieve their financial goals, and regain a sense of financial well-being. The organization offers programs such as budget/credit counseling and workshops, debt management planning, housing counseling, reverse mortgage counseling, mortgage payment assistance, and student loan counseling.
Visit the website | 336-373-8882
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

8:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Emergency Assistance

D-UP Basketball Fundamentals and Skills Training Inc.

D-Up is a fitness and educational organization that promotes physical activity and nutrition to combat childhood obesity through awareness, prevention, and intervention programs. They have several programs targeting everyone from toddlers to teens. These include D-UP Tots and Gems (ages 2-5) and D-UP Academy (ages 6-17). Visit their website for more information about their many other programs.
Visit the website | 336-383-6048
Hours: Call or visit website for more information about events and programs.

Tags: Children, Health & Wellness , After School Care, Child Care, Summer Programs, Academic Support, Enrichment Opportunities, Physical Health

Dance Edge

Dance Edge offers Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Hip-Hop, and Contemporary dance classes for children 2 years old and up. 


Visit the website | 336-906-5113
Hours:

Call or visit the website for more information.


Tags: Children , Enrichment Opportunities

Distractions Art Studio

Distractions Art Studio offers pottery painting, canvas painting, and mosaics (open studio and special events) classes for children. Children of all ages are welcome to the pottery classes, but children must be 6 years old and up to participate in the canvas and mosaic classes. 


Visit the website | 336-888-8990
Hours:

Call or visit the website for more information.


Tags: Children , Enrichment Opportunities

Easter Seals UCP North Carolina and Virginia

Easter Seals UCP North Carolina and Virginia provides services like Applied Behavior Analysis, Assertive Treatment, Community Support, Employment & Training, Mobile Crisis, sensABLE snacks, EMPOWER after school care/summer camp, Autism services,  and Therapeutic Foster Care. Their mission is to provide supported employment for individuals with intellectual and development disabilities and/or mental health or substance abuse issues. Their services are specifically targeted for individuals aged 16 and up
Visit the website | 336-272-9602
Hours:

Call or visit website for more information about events and programs.


Tags: Employment & Careers, Health & Wellness, Special Populations , Mental Health, Enrichment Opportunities, Disabilities

Esther R. Culp Women’s Center

The Esther R. Culp Women's Center is designed to meet the unique health needs and concerns of women in the community. The Women's Center offers programs, classes, and support groups for parents and children. The center has an open medical space for women of all ages which includes private waiting rooms, spacious classrooms for classes and meetings, and direct access to the childbirth suite and newborn nursery.


Visit the website | 336-878-6888
Hours:

Call or visit website for more information about making an appointment with the Ester. R. Culp Women's Center.


Tags: Health & Wellness , Physical Health, Mental Health, Support/Interest Groups

Faith Action International House

The Faith Action International House provides services to immigrants and refugee families from over 60 diverse nations. Such services include direct help with food, housing, and healthcare needs, as well as ID card obtainment.


Visit the website | 336-379-0037
Hours:

Monday, Wednesday, Friday:

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM 

Tuesday and Thursday:

10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Emergency Assistance, Health & Wellness, Special Populations , Immigrants/Refugees

Family Services of the Piedmont- Family Counseling Service

Family Service of the Piedmont offers a variety of counseling services. Professional therapists counsel individuals or families dealing with substance abuse, alcoholism, anger management, depression, anxiety, family stress, physical/sexual abuse, grief counseling, and marital problems. Clients without insurance are still able to receive primary, behavioral, and psychiatric care.  


Visit the website | 336-387-6161
Hours:

Walk in services are available Monday-Friday or call to schedule an appointment. 

8:30 AM to 12:00 PM
(Greensboro and High Point)
1:00 PM to 2:30 PM
(Greensboro only)
2:00 PM to 3:30 PM
(High Point only)


Tags: Health & Wellness , Mental Health

Fibro My Way

Fibro My Way's mission is to empower and educate people about fibromyalgia. In addition to their dedication to education and advocacy, this organization provides services and events like health fairs, workshops, exercise classes, job and disability assistance and caregiver support.
Visit the website | 336-803-1991
Hours:

Group meets every first Thursday of the Month from 6:30 - 8:30 PM at

Sumela Turkish and Mediterranean Restaurant

North Main Street, High Point, NC, 27262

 


Tags: Employment & Careers, Health & Wellness, Special Populations , Support/Interest Groups, Disabilities

Folk, Round, and Square Dance Federation of North Carolina

Folk, Round, and Square Dance Federation of North Carolina promotes Western-style Square and Round dancing throughout state of NC! 
Visit the website | 336-885-0849
Hours: Call or visit website for more information about events and programs.

Tags: Health & Wellness , Enrichment Opportunities

GO FAR (Go Out For A Run)

The GO FAR mission is to empower children through an innovative running program to achieve their goals and pursue healthy lifestyles. Some services include the running fitness program, The Great Pumpkin 5k Trail Run, and a 10 week comprehensive fitness program.
Visit the website | 336-543-3141
Hours:

Call or visit website for more information on events and programs.


Tags: Children , Enrichment Opportunities

Goodwill Industries of Central North Carolina (Triad Goodwill)

The Triad Goodwill is an excellent resource for job training and preparation. They provide a variety of in-person and virtual services to help you locate job opportunities, obtain certifications/ licensures, prepare for interviews, create and review your resume, and overcome challenges to employment. They also offer online classes and training sessions, hiring and training events, and career counseling.


Visit the website | 336-275-9801
Hours:

The Greensboro Career Center is open Monday-Friday from 9:00 AM-4:00 PM and closed on Saturdays and Sundays.


Tags: Employment & Careers

Greater High Point Food Alliance

The Greater High Point Food Alliance (GHPFA) Strives to coordinate and improve the effectiveness of entities in the greater High Point area focused on alleviating hunger by providing and funding activities to distribute both community and food resources.
Visit the website | 336-899-0885
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

8:30 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Emergency Assistance

Grief Share Support Groups

Grief share offers support groups to help navigate through the grieving process. There are three different locations in High Point: 

Community Bible Church: meets Tuesdays at 6:30 - 8:30 PM; 336-423-4965

Hayworth Wesleyan Church: meets Mondays at 10:00 - 11:00 AM; 336-454-4563

Mitchell's Grove United Methodist Church: meets  Tuesdays at 6:30 - 8:00 PM; 336-905-5942


Visit the website |
Hours:

Call or visit the website for more information or to sign up.


Tags: Health & Wellness , Support/Interest Groups

Growing High Point / Growdega

Growing High Point strives to transform under-resourced neighborhoods by building a resilient and vibrant local food system in the city of High Point. They engage and empower the community through their programs with an entrepreneurial focus such as their community gardens, urban farming initiatives, apiary and beekeeping apprenticeship program, the food hub, and the Growdega mobile grocery store. 


Visit the website | 336-848-1516
Hours:

Growdega Weekly Schedule

Monday:

The Oaks at Silver Ridge
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM/ 2926 E M.L.K. Jr Dr

Tuesday:

Brentwood Crossing Apartments
11:00 AM - 2:00 PM / 308 Brentwood St

Wednesday:

GTCC (Guilford Tech)
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM / 901 S Main St
Legacy at the Point
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM / 1411-G Bergamot Loop

Thursday:

Newgate Garden Apartments
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM / 605-D Granby Ave

Friday:

The Oaks at Silver Ridge
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM / 2926 E M.L.K. Jr Dr
Legacy at the Point
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM / 1411-G Bergamot Loop


Tags: Employment & Careers, Health & Wellness , Enrichment Opportunities

Guilford Child Development - High Point Opportunity Center

The High Point Opportunity Center provides low-income families in the High Point area a path for achieving their education and employment goals. Individuals can access free on-site classes in GED preparation, nutrition, financial management, and EDU 119 (a class offered through a partnership with GTCC for individuals seeking a career in early childhood education. While individuals attend the classes, their children (ages 6 months to 5 years) will be looked after at the on-site childcare center. Bus passes are available for participants with demonstrated transportation needs. 


Visit the website | 336-908-0711
Hours:

Call or visit the website for more information.


Tags: Employment & Careers

Guilford Child Development Center

Guilford Child Development helps young children and families in Guilford County reach their full potential. Guilford Child Development can provide services like their Nurse-Family partnership program, Learning Together Family literary program, healthy pregnancy and parenting classes, childcare assistance, adult education and employment, and child and adult food care program.
Visit the website | 336-369-5097
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED 

 


Tags: Children, Health & Wellness , Child Care, Enrichment Opportunities, Support/Interest Groups, Enrichment Opportunities

Guilford Community Care Network

The Guilford Community Care Network (GCCN) assures access to affordable healthcare options and provides health education through their programs and services for low-income, uninsured adults in Guilford County.


Visit the website | 336-895-4900
Hours:

Call or visit the website for more information on programs and services. 


Tags: Health & Wellness

Guilford Community Care Network - Adult Dental Access Program

The Adult Dental Access Program works to provide dental services to uninsured residents in Guilford County. Services are limited to comprehensive examinations, extractions, fillings, pain management and some minor restorative care. In order to qualify for services, patients will be referred by Guilford Community Care Network (GCCN) Safety Net Organizations that already provide medical care to residents with incomes between 0% and 200% of the federal poverty level. Guilford Dental will rely on the eligibility screening services of the GCCN.


Visit the website | 336-641-4533
Hours:

Call or visit website for more information.


Tags: Health & Wellness , Physical Health

Guilford County Animal Shelter

The Guilford County Animal Shelter is the perfect resource for anyone looking to adopt a furry friend! Aside from adoption services, the shelter can assist with finding lost pets, owner surrenders, fostering, and spay and neutering. 


Visit the website | 336-641-3401
Hours:

Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday:

12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Tuesday:

CLOSED


Tags: Special Populations , Animals

Guilford County Department of Health and Human Services - Energy Assistance

The energy assistance program provides financial assistance to individuals experiencing difficulty heating or cooling their home. Individuals must meet income requirements or be experiencing or in danger of experiencing a life-threatening or health related emergency related to heating or cooling. 


Visit the website | 336-641-3000
Hours:

Call or visit the website for more information.


Tags: Emergency Assistance, Housing

Guilford County Department of Health and Human Services - Work First Family Assistance

The Work First Family Assistance program provides financial assistance to families with minor children. Parents will be able to access short-term training services to guide them along the path to employment and and self-sufficiency. Services a family can access or be referred to include: job readiness instruction, transportation assistance, daycare services, counseling, budgeting, job search, mental health treatment, and much more.


Visit the website | 336-641-3000
Hours:

Call or visit the website for more information.


Tags: Employment & Careers, Emergency Assistance

Guilford County Department of Public Health - Dental Care Services

Dental care services are offered to children up to the age of 21 who are enrolled in Medicaid or NC Health Choice, pregnant women with a Medicaid card, and children who applied for Medicare/ NC Health Choice and were declined (parents must be able to pay a reduced fee). Dental Clinic staff provide services such as exams, cleanings, treatments, and emergency care for children that meet the financial eligibility requirements. Limited orthodontic services are available only to patients with Medicaid.


Visit the website | 336-641-7733
Hours:

Call or visit the website for more information.


Tags: Health & Wellness , Physical Health

Guilford County Department of Public Health - JustTEENS

JustTEENS is a  healthcare clinic for anyone under the age of 20. Young adults can receive free or reduced cost care and access a variety of services from acne treatment to immunizations, physicals, and more.


Visit the website | 336-641-3245
Hours:

Call or visit the website for more information.


Tags: Health & Wellness , Physical Health

Guilford County Department of Public Health - Maternity Care Clinic

The Maternity Care Clinic is a prenatal care provider for pregnant women. The clinic offers a wide variety of services from physical exams to childbirth classes. Low to medium risk pregnancies will receive comprehensive care on-site at the clinic and high risk pregnancies will receive treatment at Moses Cone Health System Outpatient High Risk Clinic. 


Visit the website | 336-641-3245
Hours:

Call or visit the website for more information.


Tags: Health & Wellness , Physical Health

Guilford County Department of Public Health - Refugee Health Services

Refugee health services are available for individuals with refugee, asylee, or parolee status who have relocated to the United States and currently live in Guilford County. Amerasian, Cuban/Haitian, and victims of severe forms of trafficking also qualify for services. Refugee children (birth to 20 years old) will receive an initial assessment, but will then be referred to health care providers in the community to establish a permanent medical home.


Visit the website | 336-641-4801
Hours:

Call or visit the website for more information.


Tags: Health & Wellness, Special Populations , Physical Health, Immigrants/Refugees

Guilford County Sheriffs Office - Reentry Council

The reentry council program is designed to help individuals who have been released from jail or prison and their families acclimate to daily life and find success. The program can help connect participants with housing assistance, food assistance, mental health counseling, child care, job training, and more.


Visit the website | 336-641-3809
Hours:

Call or visit the website for more information.


Tags: Crisis Intervention

Guilford Merchants Association

The Guilford Merchants Association is a business membership organization focused on supporting member companies with educational programming, lead generation activities, marketing opportunities, and overall enrichment while serving as a catalyst for community growth and prosperity.


Visit the website | 336-378-6350
Hours:

Call or visit the website for more information.


Tags: Employment & Careers

Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity of High Point, Archdale, and Trinity brings people together to build homes, communities, and hope. In addition to coordinating volunteer opportunities, Habitat of High Point has a retail store selling donated household items and building materials on North Main Street called "ReStore". 

 


Visit the website | 336-887-8388 ext. 27
Hours:

Monday:

CLOSED

Tuesday - Saturday:

10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Housing

Half-Pint Harmonies

Half Pint Harmonies offers a variety of early childhood music and movement classes for newborns and children up to the age of 4. 


Visit the website | 678-687-1116
Hours:

Call or visit the website for more information.


Tags: Children , Enrichment Opportunities

Helping Hands High Point Inc

Helping Hands High Point Inc. provides emergency food assistance for families in crisis. In addition to emergency food and utility assistance, Helping Hands has a food pantry and regular food drives.
Visit the website | 336-886-7696 (business office) or 336-886-2327 (client services)
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM 

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED

 


Tags: Emergency Assistance, Crisis Intervention

High Point Area Builders Association

High Point Area Builders Association helps strengthen the local homebuilding industry.  The association represents a collective of builders, contractors and members of trade groups including plumbers, electricians, realtors, mortgage brokers and home designers. Membership includes monthly membership meetings, speakers and networking opportunities, education opportunities, an annual golf tournament, a skeet shoot competition, and the Builders Ball.
Visit the website | 336-885-5687
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

9:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Employment & Careers

High Point Arts Council

The High Point Arts Council is a united entity that provides basic operating support for its affiliated arts organizations and makes it a priority to support arts-related projects in schools and the community . The Arts Council also conducts community outreach and provides art education programs, such as the art and entertainment series including Third Thursday concerts, Open Mic Nights, and "Dinnertainment".
Visit the website | 336-889-2787
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children, Health & Wellness , Enrichment Opportunities, Enrichment Opportunities

High Point Ballet

The High Point Ballet is a pre-professional program for aspiring dancers age 6 and older. Programs include in-studio classes, online interactive classes, auditions, and summer intensive day camps. Class training is held from August - June.
Visit the website | 336-887-4472
Hours: Call or visit website for more information about events and programs.

Tags: Children , Summer Programs, Enrichment Opportunities

High Point Chamber of Commerce

The High Point Chamber of Commerce's mission is to initiate, inspire and accelerate the kind of change that propels our businesses to success and our community to prominence. The Chamber of Commerce holds regular events, seminars, and programming such as "Leadership High Point", "Strategic Initiatives", and "Transformational Change".


Visit the website | 336-882-5000
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

8:30 AM - 5:00 PM 

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Employment & Careers

High Point Community Theatre

The High Point Community Theatre is a volunteer-based arts organization dedicated to providing community involvement opportunities and inspiring appreciation for the dramatic arts. The High Point Community Theatre offers volunteer/internships opportunities, membership in the Teen Thespians Organization, participation in the Junior Theater Festival, and regular theatrical productions. They also provide opportunities for kids from grades 5th-12th.
Visit the website | 336-882-2542 (voicemail only)
Hours: Call or visit website for more information about programs and events.

Tags: Children, Health & Wellness , Enrichment Opportunities, Enrichment Opportunities

High Point Housing Authority

The High Point Housing Authority works to provide housing assistance to low-income residents through programs such as Section 8 and Low Rent Public Housing.


Visit the website | 336-887-2661
Hours:

Monday-Thursday:

8:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Friday:

8:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Housing

High Point Jaycees

High Point Jaycees is a young professionals organization that teaches High Point youth the values of leadership, career advancement, community involvement, professional and personal development, networking, and volunteerism.
Visit the website | 336-736-7154
Hours: Call or visit website for more information.

Tags: Employment & Careers

High Point Lions Club

The High Point Lions Club works to eradicate preventable blindness. The Lions Club regularly collects donations of recycled sunglasses and invites members to get involved in their many service projects.
Visit the website | 336-869-8968
Hours: Call or visit the website for more information.

Tags: Health & Wellness, Special Populations , Enrichment Opportunities, Disabilities

High Point Medical Center - Support Groups

High Point Medical Center offers support groups for:

  • Cancer
  • Diabetes
  • Ostomy
  • Bariatric

Information for each group is available on the website.


Visit the website | 336-878-6888
Hours:

Call or visit the website for more information.


Tags: Health & Wellness , Support/Interest Groups

High Point Museum

The High Point Museum's mission is to share greater High Point's history, provide perspective for current issues, and strengthen the sense of community.  Visitors to the website can engage with virtual programs,  learn how to donate artifacts, sign up for newsletters and buy memorial and honor cards. The High Point Museum is also a fantastic way to learn more about our community's history!
Visit the website | 336-885-1859
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

CLOSED

Saturday:

10 AM - 4:30 PM

Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children, Health & Wellness , Enrichment Opportunities, Enrichment Opportunities

High Point Newcomers Club

The High Point Newcomers Club is a social club that allows members to meet new people and become better acquainted with the local area. The club hosts a variety of fun events and activities based on the unique interests of its members. 


Visit the website |
Hours:

See website for more information.


Tags: Health & Wellness , Support/Interest Groups

High Point Protect Our Nation's Youth (PONY)

High Point Protect Our Nation's Youth (PONY) is a local branch of an international non-profit volunteer-based organization dedicated to building character, courage and loyalty in local area youth by providing competitive and fun baseball and softball programs. PONY programs are intended for children 3-15 years old and programs run from January 4th - July 30th. A fee of $65 is required for the Sheltan Tee Ball Division and $90 for all other divisions.


Visit the website | 336-847-0224
Hours:

Call or visit website for more information.


Tags: Children, Health & Wellness , Summer Programs, Enrichment Opportunities, Physical Health

Hope4NC Helpline

This helpline is a free service for confidential emotional support , counseling referrals and community resources. 

For immediate help:

Call 1-855-587-3463

Text "hope" to 1-855-587-3463


Visit the website | 1-855-587-3463
Hours:

24/7 Availability


Tags: Crisis Intervention, Health & Wellness, Special Populations , Mental Health

Hopscotch Adoptions, Inc.

Hopscotch Adoptions, Inc. represents their commitment to placing orphaned children from different countries with loving families in the U.S. and abroad. 
Visit the website | (336) 899-0068
Hours:

Call or visit the website for more information


Tags: Children , Crisis Support

HORSEPOWER Therapeutic Learning Center

HORSEPOWER Therapeutic Learning Center offers therapeutic, educational, and recreational activities using horses to promote and enhance the general well-being of individuals. HORSEPOWER Therapeutic Learning Center serves people in the Triad with physical, intellectual, and emotional disabilities. They also offer a multitude of therapeutic riding programs for able-boded individuals, individuals with disabilities, and U.S. military veterans.
Visit the website | 336-931-1424
Hours:

Monday and Tuesday:

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Wednesday and Thursday:

9:00 AM - 6:30 PM

Friday:

8:00 AM- 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

8:00 AM - 9:30 AM; 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

 


Tags: Health & Wellness, Special Populations , Enrichment Opportunities, Enrichment Opportunities, Disabilities

Hospice of the Piedmont

Hospice of the Piedmont offers individualized care that addresses the medical, emotional, and spiritual needs of patients and their families. Hospice of the Piedmont can provide hospice care for seniors and adults, grief counseling, and palliative care. This organization also offers "Kids Path", a care program for children and teens who are diagnosed with a life-limiting illness.

 


Visit the website | 336-889-8446
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children, Health & Wellness , Physical Health, Mental Health, Support/Interest Groups

Humane Society of the Piedmont

The Humane Society of the Piedmont fosters an environment of compassion to enhance the lives of all animals. They seek to reduce pet-overpopulation, provide assistance to pet owners in need, reduce unnecessary euthanasia in local shelters, and educate about animals.
Visit the website | 336-299-3060
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

10:00 AM -12:00 PM; 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Health & Wellness , Enrichment Opportunities

Junior Achievement of the Triad

Junior Achievement of the Triad is committed to the success of young people in the community. Through mentorship programs and lessons in financial literacy, job and career readiness, and entrepreneurship, students in Kindergarten through 8th grade are empowered to overcome life's obstacles and find their unique definition of success. 
Visit the website | 336-299-4339
Hours: Call or visit website for more information.

Tags: Children , Enrichment Opportunities

Kiwani's Club of High Point

The Kiwanis Club in High Point represents a local branch of global volunteers dedicated to improving the world one child and one community at a time. The Kiwanis serve through events like their Annual Christmas Cheer fund and Pancake Day, as well as their youth programs such as the Key Club, Builders Club, Aktion Club, and Terrific Kids Club.


Visit the website | 336-869-0744
Hours: Call or visit website for more information.

Tags: Children , Enrichment Opportunities

Knights of Columbus, Bishop Hafey Council 4507 - Operation LAMB

The High Point Chapter of The Knights of Columbus is focused on principles of Charity, Fraternity, Unity and Patriotism. Its program "Operation LAMB" contributes to agencies that assist people with intellectual disabilities, makes and receives donations, and holds an annual 5K race (Knights' Run for Disabilities).
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Hours: Visit website for more information.

Tags: Special Populations , Physical Health, Disabilities

Little Blank Canvas Children's Art Studio

Little Blank Canvas offers fine art classes for children (ages 18 months and up), art and music classes for toddlers, open studio hours, sketch journal workshop, kid’s night out, birthday parties and more!


Visit the website | 336-887-6133
Hours:

Call or visit the website for more information.


Tags: Children , Enrichment Opportunities

Loving Pet Inn Adoptions - S.T.O.P Spay/Neuter Program

Loving Pet Inn Adoptions offers pet adoption services in addition to providing financial aid for spay and neuter services and medical needs for pets in the community to prevent the overpopulation of dogs and cats. S.T.O.P Spay and Neuter Program provides low cost spay and neuter services to anyone who surrenders a litter.


Visit the website | 336-393-0000
Hours:

Call or visit website for more information.


Tags: Emergency Assistance

Macedonia Family Resource Center - Macedonia Baseball League

An affiliate of Babe Ruth Baseball, the Macedonia Baseball League is organized into 13 teams of boys and girls ranging from ages 9 to 12 years old. Registration for baseball teams begins in January, players are drafted for teams in March, practice starts in April, and the regular season begins in late April.
Visit the website | 336-883-0300
Hours:

Monday - Saturday:

8:30 AM - 8:00 PM

Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children, Health & Wellness , Enrichment Opportunities, Enrichment Opportunities

Macedonia Family Resource Center - Macedonia Elite Dance Team

The Macedonia dance team provides an extracurricular outlet for African American girls ages 4-18. The program was created out of a need to decrease the likelihood of teenage pregnancy and substance abuse. Practices are held on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6:00 PM.
Visit the website | 336-883-0300
Hours:

Monday - Saturday:

8:30 AM - 8:00 PM

Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children, Health & Wellness , Enrichment Opportunities, Physical Health, Enrichment Opportunities

Macedonia Family Resource Center - Piano, Voice, and Guitar Lessons

The Macedonia Center offers private and group lessons in piano, voice and guitar for children ages 5-18 for piano and guitar, and ages 10-18 for voice lessons.
Visit the website | 336-883-0300
Hours:

Monday - Saturday:

8:30 AM - 8:00 PM

Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children , Enrichment Opportunities

Macedonia Family Resource Center - Toys for Tots

The Toys for Tots holiday event allows families to provide gifts for their children of any age or gender on Christmas.
Visit the website | 336-883-0300
Hours:

Monday - Saturday:

8:30 AM - 8:00 PM

Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Emergency Assistance

Macedonia Family Resource Center - Tutoring Program

The Macedonia Tutoring Program is EOG-focused and free to elementary school students in the Guilford County region. Tutors offer help in the subjects of reading, writing and math. Transportation is provided from school to Macedonia.
Visit the website | 336-883-0300
Hours:

Organization Hours

Monday - Saturday:

8:30 AM - 8:00 PM

Sunday:

CLOSED

Program Hours

Monday:

3:00 PM - 5:30 PM

Tuesday:

CLOSED 

Wednesday:

3:00 PM - 5:30 PM 

Thursday - Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children , Academic Support

March of Dimes Foundation, Greater Triad Market

The March of Dimes is committed to improving the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality through volunteering with gratitude gifts for healthcare providers, sending postcards to policy makers, providing home cloth face coverings, and sponsoring the March for Babies fundraiser walk.
Visit the website | 336-231-3765
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Health & Wellness , Physical Health, Mental Health, Support/Interest Groups

Mended Hearts Counseling & Recovery Services - Creation and Hope Women's Workshop

The Creation and Hope workshop helps women address and overcome some of the common struggles they may be experiencing. The monthly workshops explore topic that affect emotional health including: loneliness, self-esteem, womanhood, faith, parenting, self care, and so much more.


Visit the website | 336-609-7383
Hours:

Call or visit the website for more information.


Tags: Health & Wellness , Support/Interest Groups, Enrichment Opportunities

Mended Hearts Counseling & Recovery Solutions - Hope Filled Hearts

The Hope Filled Hearts is a support group for women struggling with the adjustment to pregnancy or the postpartum period. Participants will have an opportunity from free discussion as well as educational conversations related to motherhood. 


Visit the website | 336-609-7383
Hours:

Call or visit the website for more information about how to register and meeting times/locations.


Tags: Health & Wellness , Support/Interest Groups

Mental Health Associates of the Triad - Court Programs

The Court Program works with courts of the 18th District and gives direct assessments of incarcerated adults 18 years or older experiencing mental illness. 
Visit the website | 336-883-7480
Hours:

Call or visit website for more information.


Tags: Crisis Intervention, Health & Wellness, Special Populations , Mental Health, Disabilities

Mental Health Associates of the Triad - Destiny House High Point

Destiny House High Point offers psychological, vocational, educational, and other rehabilitation services for adults 18 years or older experiencing mental illness. 
Visit the website | 336-883-7480
Hours:

Call or visit website for more information.


Tags: Health & Wellness, Special Populations , Mental Health, Disabilities

Mental Health Associates of the Triad - Outpatient Services

Services are provided by credentialed professionals committed to aiding the development of coping skills for adults 18 years or older experiencing mental illness. 
Visit the website | 336-822-2827
Hours:

Call or visit website for more information.


Tags: Health & Wellness, Special Populations , Mental Health, Disabilities

NAMI Guilford Center Helpline

By calling 366-370-4264 the operator will direct you toward resources like support groups, reliable information about mental illnesses and developmental group listings and much more.

 


Visit the website | 366-370-4264
Hours:

24/7 Availability 


Tags: Crisis Intervention, Health & Wellness , Mental Health

National Ambucs Inc.

National Ambucs Inc. is committed to providing Amtryke adaptive tricycles to children of all ages with developmental challenges, awarding scholarships to therapists, and performing valuable community service.
Visit the website | 336-852-0052
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Health & Wellness, Special Populations , Enrichment Opportunities, Disabilities

National Multiple Sclerosis Society - Greater Carolinas

The Multiple Sclerosis Society works to improve the quality of life for people affected by Multiple Sclerosis (MS) in North and South Carolina by connecting them to the support, information and resources they need. The organization is also focused on raising funds for MS research. 
Visit the website | 919-834-0678
Hours:

Call or visit website for more information.


Tags: Health & Wellness, Special Populations , Physical Health, Mental Health, Enrichment Opportunities, Disabilities

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals.


Visit the website | 1-800-273-8255
Hours:

24/7 Availability


Tags: Crisis Intervention, Health & Wellness, Special Populations , Mental Health

Native Plant Society

The Triad chapter of the N.C. Plant Society is a great place for those interested in horticulture and botany to come together and meet others that share this interest. Email traidco@ncwildflower.org for more information and to find out how to register for meetings. 


Visit the website |
Hours:

Tags: Health & Wellness , Enrichment Opportunities

NCWorks - Workforce Transition and Community Assistance

The NCWorks Workforce Transition and Community Assistance division can provide guidance during the transition from employment to unemployment or retirement, or unemployment to employment. It provides legal resources, disability resources, health insurance/health related resources, financial resources, children and family resources, government benefits eligibility resources, volunteer opportunities, and caregiver resources. 


Visit the website | 336-882-4141
Hours:

Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday:

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Wednesday:

9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Friday:

9:00 AM - 2:00 PM


Tags: Employment & Careers, Emergency Assistance

NCWorks - Youth Services

The NCWorks Youth Services division connects high school students and their families to information regarding volunteer opportunities, social service programs, college tuition assistance resources, and college and career exploration.


Visit the website | 336-882-4141
Hours:

Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday:

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Wednesday:

9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Friday:

9:00 AM - 2:00 PM


Tags: Children , Enrichment Opportunities

NCWorks -Veteran Services

The NCWorks veterans service helps U.S. military veterans, transitioning service members, and eligible spouses obtain employment by providing several resources and information. They offer education and training opportunities, career services, and information about upcoming job fairs and events. 


Visit the website | 336-882-4141
Hours:

Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday:

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Wednesday:

9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Friday:

9:00 AM - 2:00 PM


Tags: Employment & Careers

Nehemiah Community Empowerment Center- Adult Apprenticeships

The Adult Apprenticeship program will assist anyone over the age of 18 with I.T. training and certification. Participants will gain the technical ability and acquire work experience necessary for employment as a Computer Specialist, Computer Support Specialist, Computer Technician, Desktop Support Technician, Help Desk Analyst, Help Desk Technician, Information Technology Specialist (IT Specialist), Network Technician, Support Specialist, or Technical Support Specialist


Visit the website | 336-324-7902
Hours:

Call or visit the website for more information.


Tags: Employment & Careers

Nehemiah Community Empowerment Center- After-School STEM Academy

Children between the ages 6 and 15 attending Guilford County Schools are eligible to attend the After-School STEM program. Students will have access to homework help, tutoring, and STEM-related activities. Snack will be provided and scholarships are available.


Visit the website | 336-324-7902
Hours:

The program runs from 3:00-6:00 PM and follows the GCS calendar. 


Tags: Children , After School Care, Academic Support, Enrichment Opportunities

Nehemiah Community Empowerment Center- STEM & Robotics Exploration Summer Camp

Children ages 6-15 can learn about engineering, coding, robotics, and 3-D printing in this STEM-oriented summer camp. Campers will also participate in other traditional camp activities including field trips, swimming, character development, and more. Breakfast, Lunch, and snack will be provided. Scholarships are available. 


Visit the website | 336-324-7902
Hours:

Camp hours are Monday-Friday 8:00-5:00 PM. 


Tags: Children , Summer Programs, Enrichment Opportunities

Nehemiah Community Empowerment Center- Teen Apprenticeship Program

The Teen Apprenticeship program is available to students ages 12-17. Students will participate in online training and hands-on labs that expose them to various careers in the I.T. field.


Visit the website | 336-324-7902
Hours:

Call or visit the website for more information.


Tags: Employment & Careers, Children , Enrichment Opportunities

Nehemiah Community Empowerment Center- Women in STEM Program

The Women in STEM program provides I.T. training and certification to women of all ages. Upon completing the program, participants will qualify for careers as a Computer Specialist, Computer Support Specialist, Computer Technician, Desktop Support Technician, Help Desk Analyst, Help Desk Technician, Information Technology Specialist (IT Specialist), Network Technician, Support Specialist, and Technical Support Specialist.


Visit the website | 336-324-7902
Hours:

Call or visit the website for more information.


Tags: Employment & Careers

New Arrivals Institute - Citizenship Classes

US Citizenship classes are offered through the UNCG Center for New North Carolinians. Students must have a permanent resident card, the ability to communicate in some English, and undergo pre-testing. Students will be eligible to apply for classes 6 months after the classes end. The only fee for the course is $30 for the textbook.
Visit the website | 366-937-4701
Hours:

Call or visit website for more information.


Tags: Special Populations , Immigrants/Refugees

New Arrivals Institute - Early Childhood Transitional Services

The Early Childhood Transitional Service provides a safe and nurturing environment for refugee children to play and learn. This program includes a preschool class (ages 3-5) and an infant/toddler class (3 months-3 years old).
Visit the website | 366-937-4701
Hours:

Call or visit website for more information.


Tags: Children, Special Populations , Child Care, Academic Support, Enrichment Opportunities, Immigrants/Refugees

New Arrivals Institute - Employment Readiness

The Employment Readiness program provides courses for refugee clients to help the develop the necessary skills to gain employment in a chosen field. Vocational education classes, an NAI mobile computer lab, and assistance with Target Assistant Grant program are included in the program.
Visit the website | 366-937-4701
Hours:

Call or visit website for more information.


Tags: Employment & Careers, Special Populations , Immigrants/Refugees

New Arrivals Institute - English Language Classes

The English language classes run five days a week for three hours a day in order to help refugee families learn English.
Visit the website | 366-937-4701
Hours: Call or visit website for more information.

Tags: Special Populations , Immigrants/Refugees

New Arrivals Institute - Refugee School Impact Program

The Refugee School Impact Program addresses the challenges refugee families face in accessing educational services for children during their first 5 years in the U.S. and provides parent focused assistance, in-school services, and after-school services. Children 6-15 years old can participate in the 10-week long Summer Literacy, Acts, Music and Movement SLAMM) program. After-school services include tutoring 5 days per week, social enrichment activities twice per week, summer programming twice weekly at each community center, and field trips 6 times per year.
Visit the website | 366-383-2219
Hours:

Call or visit website for more information.


Tags: Children, Special Populations , After School Care, Academic Support, Enrichment Opportunities, Immigrants/Refugees

New Day Counseling - COVID-19 Grief Support Group

The COVID-19 grief support group helps individuals cope with the loss of friend or family member due to COVID-19. The group meets over Zoom Mondays from October 5th to November 9th at 12:00 - 1:30 PM. 


Visit the website | 336-884-9501, ext. 1
Hours:

For more information or to sign up, call or visit the website.


Tags: Health & Wellness , Support/Interest Groups

New Day Counseling - Writing for Resiliency for Teens

The Writing for Resiliency groups helps current high school students utilize expressive writing and storytelling to cope with stress and anxiety. The class will meet on Zoom every Monday from October 5th- 26th from 4:00 - 5:00 PM.


Visit the website | 336-884-9501, ext. 1
Hours:

For more information or to sign up, call or visit the website.


Tags: Health & Wellness , Support/Interest Groups

New Life Family Outreach - Joy Program

The Joy Program provides one-on-one mentoring and encouragement for expectant mothers through workbooks/Bible studies, counseling sessions, and access to maternity/baby clothing and baby supplies. Services will be provided from pregnancy up until the baby is two years old. Participants will meet with a volunteer peer counselor on a bi-weekly basis. 
Visit the website | 336-887-2232
Hours:

Monday - Thursday:

9:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Friday:

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children, Health & Wellness , Physical Health

New Life Family Outreach - Post-Abortion Recovery

This program encourages hope and healing after an abortion. This is a small group ministry using Linda Cochrane's 10 week Bible Study, and the program also includes one-on-one appointments with a post-abortion leader for 10 weeks.
Visit the website | 336-887-2232
Hours:

Monday - Thursday:

9:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Friday:

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Health & Wellness , Mental Health, Support/Interest Groups

New Life Family Outreach - Support Groups

The support groups help women who experienced the loss of baby and men and women who have survived sexual abuse find hope and healing. This is a Biblically-based program in a small group setting (limited to six people). The program lasts 8 weeks for women who experienced loss of baby and 9 weeks for sexual abuse survivors.
Visit the website | 336-887-2232
Hours:

Monday - Thursday:

9:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Friday:

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Crisis Intervention, Health & Wellness , Mental Health, Support/Interest Groups

Nia Community Action Center, Inc.

The Nia Community Action Center Inc. aims to increase community awareness of HIV/ AIDS/ STI prevention. This center provides free testing for HIV, syphilis, and other STIs.
Visit the website | 336-617-7722
Hours:

Monday - Thursday:

12:00 PM - 4:00 PM 

Friday - Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Health & Wellness , Physical Health, Mental Health

North Carolina Child Care Resource and Referral Council

The North Carolina Child Care Resource and Referral Council (CCR&R) provides services and information for families, child care providers, and communities that facilitates their access to child care facilities and improves the quality of child care facilities.

 


Visit the website | 704-376-6697
Hours:

Call or see website for more information.


Tags: Children , Child Care

One Step Further, Inc. - Adult Mediation Services

The Adult Mediation Services provides adults experiencing legal conflicts the opportunity to talk about disagreements and consider methods for resolving conflicts. Any adult who has filed charges on another party or who had charges filed on them for a mediation-appropriate offense is served through Adult Mediation Services when the District Attorney refers the case to the program. It requires a $60 court-ordered mediation fee, a $40 administration fee for one or two charges, and $20 for each criminal case when there are 3+ cases.
Visit the website | 336-273-5667 ext. 213
Hours:

Monday - Thursday:

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Friday: 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Crisis Intervention

One Step Further, Inc. - Community Offender Resource

The Community Offender Resource Program grants individuals awaiting trial and those on probation or parole participation in evidence-based programs that will impact their current situation and reduce the chances of recidivism. Services include anger management, parenting skills, behavior modification, and workplace survival/readiness courses.
Visit the website | 336-275-3699 ext. 201
Hours:

Monday - Thursday:

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Friday:

9:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Crisis Intervention

One Step Further, Inc. - Community Service-Restitution

The Community Service Restitution Program works with juveniles ages 6-17 who are required to complete court-mandated community service. Participants must be referred by the Juvenile Court system and Teen Court.
Visit the website | 336-275-3699 ext. 208
Hours:

Monday - Thursday:

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Friday:

9:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children, Crisis Intervention , Crisis Support

One Step Further, Inc. - Community Support and Nutrition

The Community Support and Nutrition Program is a multi-component health impact program designed for low-income individuals and families. The program includes nutrition education programming, monthly health screenings, grocery assistance, and grocery delivery. 
Visit the website | 336-554-2000
Hours:

Monday - Thursday:

CLOSED

Fridays:

11:00 AM - 2:00 PM ;  3:30 PM - 6:30 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Emergency Assistance, Health & Wellness , Physical Health

One Step Further, Inc. - Family Factor

The Family Factor program strengthens the familial bonds between LGBTQ+ youth and their caregivers to help bridge the gap between non-acceptance and acceptance. Young people (ages 12-24) and their caregivers will participate in a 10-week long course designed to expand their knowledge of the LGBTQ+ community and the issues they are facing.
Visit the website | 336-275-3699 ext. 205
Hours:

Monday - Thursday:

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Friday:

9:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children, Special Populations , Support/Interest Groups

One Step Further, Inc. - Guilford County Teen Court

The Guilford County Teen Court helps youth offenders ages 6-17 whose behavior consists of a misdemeanor violation of the law for Class I, II or III , and who are actively enrolled in an educational program. Through their participation in the program, they will develop an understanding of consequences for negative actions and learn about self and community accountability. Referral to participate in the program provides youth offenders with the opportunity to have their charge dismissed and not acquire a juvenile criminal record.
Visit the website | 336-275-3699
Hours:

Monday - Thursday:

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Friday:

9:00 am - 1:00 pm

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children, Crisis Intervention , Crisis Support

One Step Further, Inc. - Junior/Senior Life Skills

The Life Skills Program is intended for at-risk youth that are experiencing behavioral difficulties at school or in the community. The 20-hour long program offers classes in a variety of topics that are all aimed at empowering children to make healthier choices in their everyday lives. Children 9-13 years old will be placed in the Junior Life Skills Program and children 14-17 years old will be placed in the Senior Life Skills Program. 


Visit the website | 336-275-3699 ext. 210
Hours:

Monday - Thursday:

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Friday:

9:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children, Crisis Intervention , Enrichment Opportunities

One Step Further, Inc. - Juvenile Mediation

The Juvenile Mediation Program is a restorative justice program that helps youth offenders ages 6-17 learn victim empathy skills, develop moral reasoning, and practice conflict resolution skills through personal interactions. Participants must be referred by Juvenile Court Counselors, School Resource Officers, Guidance Counselors, School Social Workers, Department of Social Services, Guardian Ad Litem Office and Attorneys.
Visit the website | 336-275-3699 ext. 202
Hours:

Monday - Thursday:

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Friday:

9:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children, Crisis Intervention , Crisis Support

Open Door Ministries of High Point, Inc. - Arthur Cassell Transitional Housing

This program provides a residential facility for homeless veteran community members and also provides assistance with employment, disability income, mental and physical health, and substance abuse treatment.
Visit the website | 336-885-0191
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Emergency Assistance, Housing, Special Populations , Physical Health, Mental Health, Homeless

Open Door Ministries of High Point, Inc. - Education and Job Readiness

In a partnership with GTCC, this program is designed to help low-income and homeless individuals develop skills to attain employment through resume assistance, interview coaching, and money management. Aid is also provided to help obtain permanent housing.
Visit the website | 336- 885-0191
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Employment & Careers

Open Door Ministries of High Point, Inc. - Emergency Assistance

This program provides assistance to families in need to help cover the cost of utilities and rent and a fresh supply of food, which can be obtained on a walk-in basis or on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 11:00 am -2:00 pm.
Visit the website | 336-885-0191
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Emergency Assistance

Open Door Ministries of High Point, Inc. - Father's Table

The Father's Table program serves three meals a day to individuals experiencing homelessness in High Point. Meals are donated, prepared and served by local churches, organizations, and volunteers.
Visit the website | 336-885-0191
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Emergency Assistance, Special Populations , Homeless

Open Door Ministries of High Point, Inc. - Men's Shelter

The Men's Shelter provides safe place for homeless adult males to stay temporarily. The facility has a total of 68 beds and provides assistance with finding permanent housing.
Visit the website | 336-885-0191
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Housing , Homeless

Open Door Ministries of High Point, Inc. - Permanent Supportive Housing

This program helps to provide housing for individuals with physical and/or mental disabilities.
Visit the website | 336-885-0191
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Emergency Assistance, Housing , Disabilities

Open Door Ministries of High Point, Inc. - Rapid Rehousing

The Rapid Rehousing program provides financial and supportive services for homeless individuals and families who have experienced a destabilizing crisis and need help with housing, rental finances and finding employment opportunities.
Visit the website | 336-885-0191
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Emergency Assistance, Housing, Special Populations , Homeless

Operation Xcel - Operation 3 Steps Ahead Summer

The goal of Operation 3 Steps is to engage Ferndale Middle school students in the subject areas of reading, writing, math, and science. This program runs for 6 weeks and arts and crafts and movie nights are extracurriculars included in the program.
Visit the website | 336-223-4697
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

10:00 AM - 7:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children , Summer Programs, Academic Support, Enrichment Opportunities

Operation Xcel - Operation Homework Afterschool

This is an academic enrichment program for 6th-8th grade students at Ferndale Middle School that provides assistance with homework completion, test preparation, social skill building, and effective study strategies. Transportation is provided for students.
Visit the website | 336-223-4697
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

10:00 AM - 7:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children , After School Care, Academic Support

Operation Xcel - Virtual Learning

Operation Xcel offers virtual learning services for students in Kindergarten to 3rd grade via Zoom. Programming includes extraordinary excursions, youth fitness with Austin, and Dancing Dreamers with Royal Expressions Contemporary Ballet.
Visit the website | 336-223-4697
Hours:

Virtual Learning Opportunities:

 "Extraordinary Excursions"

Elementary Schoolers :

Mondays, 2:00 PM

Middle Schoolers:

Wednesdays, 2:00 PM

 

Call or visit website for more information about programs and events.

 

 


Tags: Children , Enrichment Opportunities, Physical Health

Partners Ending Homelessness

Partners Ending Homelessness (PEH) is a non-profit that aims to foster a collaborative network of community partners across Guilford County with the goal of ending individual and family homelessness. PEH works to connect local, state, and federal partners, support a system of care through data collection and reporting, training, and performance improvement, and advocate for solutions to end homelessness. 


Visit the website | 336-553-2715
Hours:

Monday-Friday:

8:00 AM -4:30 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Crisis Intervention, Special Populations , Homeless

Pennbyrn at Maryfield

This is a Christian-based care service for retired adults of all religious backgrounds. Services include retirement living, transitional rehabilitation, assisted living, healthcare households, and memory support services.
Visit the website | 336-821-4020
Hours:

Monday - Saturday:

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Health & Wellness, Housing, Special Populations , Seniors

Piedmont Health Services and Sickle Cell Agency - Clinic

This clinic offers free health screenings at the Greensboro and High Point locations to anyone who makes an appointment. Programming includes screenings for sickle cell, high blood pressure, diabetes, HIV, Syphilis, Gonorrhea, Chlamydia and Hepatitis C.
Visit the website | 336-886-2437
Hours:

Monday and Tuesday:

CLOSED

Wednesday:

9:00 AM - 12 PM ; 1 PM - 4 PM

Thursday - Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Health & Wellness, Special Populations , Physical Health

Piedmont Health Services and Sickle Cell Agency - SCOPE Program

The SCOPE Program provides comprehensive community outreach to individuals at risk for acquiring HIV/AIDS, Syphilis, Hepatitis C and other STIs. The program serves citizens in the Piedmont region, Charlotte/Mecklenburg area and parts of Eastern North Carolina, including the following counties: Alamance, Carteret, Caswell, Craven, Cumberland, Forsyth, Greene, Guilford, Harnett, Hoke, Jones, Lenoir, Onslow, Mecklenburg, Pamlico, Randolph, Robeson, Rockingham and Wayne. Programming includes health education/risk reduction workshops, testing, pre- and post-test counseling, harm reduction plans, and referrals for treatment.
Visit the website | 336-886-2437
Hours:

Call or visit website for more information.


Tags: Health & Wellness , Physical Health

Piedmont Health Services and Sickle Cell Agency - Sickle Cell Services

The Sickle Cell Services program serves North Carolina residents diagnosed with Sickle Cell disease. This program serves North Carolina community members in the Piedmont region, Charlotte/Mecklenburg area and parts of Eastern North Carolina, including the following counties: Alamance, Carteret, Caswell, Craven, Cumberland, Forsyth, Greene, Guilford, Harnett, Hoke, Jones, Lenoir, Onslow, Mecklenburg, Pamlico, Randolph, Robeson, Rockingham and Wayne. Services include newborn screening, genetic counseling, case management, and a Summer Enrichment Camp for ages 6-15.
Visit the website | 336-886-2437
Hours:

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Tags: Children, Health & Wellness , Summer Programs, Physical Health, Support/Interest Groups, Enrichment Opportunities

Piedmont Health Services and Sickle Cell Agency - Triad Baby Love Plus

Triad Baby Love Plus is a free program designed to promote healthy pregnancies, positive birth outcomes and resources needed to give babies the best start in life. Services are provided to Medicaid eligible women of childbearing age (15-44 years), women with a child less than 18 months of age, and fathers/male partners in Guilford and Forsyth Counties. Programming includes healthcare information, housing services, parenting classes, WIC services, medical benefit assistance, employment assistance, social support, transportation, mental and behavioral health.
Visit the website | 336-886-2437
Hours:

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Tags: Emergency Assistance, Health & Wellness , Enrichment Opportunities, Physical Health, Support/Interest Groups, Enrichment Opportunities

Piedmont Triad Ambulance and Rescue, Inc.

The Piedmont Triad Ambulance and Rescue, Inc. provides ambulance transportation to anyone needing emergent or non-emergent care. Must reside or be visiting the Piedmont Triad region.
Visit the website | 336-887-3411
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Emergency Assistance

Piedmont Triad Partnership

The Piedmont Triad Partnership is leadership organization that brings together the business community to promote prosperity and job growth. Operating in the Piedmont Triad region, the Piedmont Triad Partnership has an especially large presence in the following metropolitan centers: Greensboro, Winston-Salem, High Point, Burlington, Asheboro. The organization supports regional development platforms including megasite development, the Aeroplex anchored by Piedmont Triad International Airport, and the redevelopment of Whitaker Park Complex.
Visit the website | 336-668-4556
Hours:

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Tags: Employment & Careers

Piedmont Triad Regional Council - Caregivers Support Group

The caregivers support group provides a space for caregivers to come together to help manage the stress and loneliness often associated with being a primary caregiver for a loved one with an illness. The group meets the first Wednesday of every month from 1:00 - 2:30 PM at 109 Penny Road, High Point, NC 27260 in the Community Building Meeting Room. 


Visit the website |
Hours:

Tags: Health & Wellness , Support/Interest Groups

Piedmont Triad Regional Council - Grandparents Raising Grandchildren/Kinship Support Group

This support group provides a space for grandparents who are the acting caregivers for their grandchildren to meet and discuss the stress and challenges that comes along with raising grandchildren. Meetings are held the second Tuesday of each month beginning at 11:00 AM at Macedonia Family Resource Center (401 Lake Ave., High Point, NC). 


Visit the website | 336-373-4816
Hours:

Tags: Health & Wellness , Support/Interest Groups

Piedmont Triad Regional Council - Senior Resources of Guilford Memory Café

The memory café provides a space for individuals with Alzheimer's (or other forms of dementia) and their caregivers to relax, enjoy refreshments and good conversation, and socialize. The group meets the first Thursday of every month from 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM at Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church (1225 Chestnut Drive, High Point, NC).


Visit the website | 336-373-4816 ext. 240
Hours:

Tags: Health & Wellness , Support/Interest Groups

Piedmont Triad Regional Council- Home Rehabilitation Program

The Home Rehabilitation program will assist in home repair projects throughout Guilford County. Such projects include: septic system replacement, well replacement, roof repair & replacement, lead paint & asbestos remediation, door & window replacement, plumbing, electrical, heating & air conditioning repair & replacement, siding repair & replacement, accessibility modifications and other general improvements. Eligible participants must be 62 years of age or older, a veteran, a recipient of Social Security or Disability benefits, or a child under the age of 6 exposed to lead based paint in the home. Participants must also meet income requirements. 


Visit the website | 336-904-0338
Hours:

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Tags: Housing

Piedmont Triad Regional Council- Weatherization Services

The Weatherization Assistance program helps low income, elderly, or disabled residents save money on their utility bills by improving energy efficiency within their home. The program will ensure that residents have reliable and safe ways to heat and cool their home.


Visit the website | 336-904-0338
Hours:

Call or visit the website for more information on the application process.


Tags: Housing

Pierced Ministries & Rehab Services, Inc. - Discipleship

This program, built around discipleship, helps people recovering from substance abuse addiction and places an emphasis on family restoration. Programming includes residential living, spiritual development, counseling, and after-care services. Participants must be between the ages of 21 and 60 and be in a state of good health. 
Visit the website | 336-307-5817
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM 

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Crisis Intervention, Health & Wellness, Special Populations , Physical Health, Mental Health, Support/Interest Groups

Project BARK - Spay and Neuter Financial Assistance

Project BARK provides spay and neuter financial assistance for dogs and cats.  Pet parents are eligible if their income falls below the federal poverty line or if they are recipients of financial/government benefits.  Appointments are available to Guilford County residents. They work through the James Landing Veterinary Hospital, Sheets Pet Clinic, High Point Veterinary Hospital and The Humane Society. There is $10 fee for small dogs and cats and $15 for large dogs.
Visit the website | 336-965-1059
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Special Populations , Animals

Reading Connections - Adult Education

The Adult Education program is designed to support adult learners in improving their math, reading, or computer literacy skills.


Visit the website | 336-230-2223
Hours:

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Tags: Employment & Careers

Reading Connections - Career Coaching

By enrolling in the career coaching program, students looking for employment will have access to assistance with career exploration, job applications, resumes, networking, cover letters, and interview preparation. 


Visit the website | 336-230-2223
Hours:

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Tags: Employment & Careers

Reading Connections - Computer Literacy

Adult learners enrolled in the Reading Connections Adult Education, GED, and ESOL programs can take these classes to improve their computer skills.


Visit the website | 336-230-2223
Hours:

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Tags: Employment & Careers

Reading Connections - English for Speakers of Other Languages

The English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) program is designed to help adults improve their English. Students will work with a trained volunteer tutor on their speaking, reading, listening, and comprehension skills.


Visit the website | 336-230-2223
Hours:

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Tags: Employment & Careers

Reading Connections - Family Literacy

The Family Literacy Program provides three 10-week sessions during the school year at Title I elementary schools in Guilford County. This program provides parents an opportunity to support their children’s literacy development while improving their own literacy skills at the same time.


Visit the website | 336-230-2223
Hours:

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Tags: Children , Academic Support, Enrichment Opportunities

Reading Connections - High School Equivalency

The High School Equivalency program is designed for adult learners preparing to take a high school equivalency examination. Tutors offer instruction in math, science, reading, and social studies. 


Visit the website | 336-230-2223
Hours:

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Tags: Employment & Careers

RHA Health Services - Behavioral Health Services

RHA behavioral health services include many mental health and substance use programs for adults and children. They provide facility-based services in-office and their crisis services to accommodate immediate needs.  


Visit the website | 336-899-1505
Hours:

Monday-Friday:

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Crisis Intervention, Health & Wellness , Mental Health

RHA Health Services - Crisis Services

RHA crisis services are intended for those in need of immediate help with acute distress related to behavioral health, substance use, or developmental disabilities. They offer I/DD respite care, walk-in crisis centers, and mobile crisis teams that will go to the client's location to provide on-site treatment.


Visit the website | 336-899-1505
Hours:

Monday-Friday:

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Crisis Intervention, Health & Wellness , Mental Health

RHA Health Services - Disability Services

RHA disability services works to provide comprehensive services and support to adults and children with intellectual and developmental disabilities. They provide residential services — community-based and group home living options, as well as large medical centers, day and employment supports, Community Alternative Programs for Disabled Adults (CAP/DA) and Children (CAP/C), Alternative Family Living (AFL) services, and more. 


Visit the website | 336-899-1505
Hours:

Monday-Friday:

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children, Health & Wellness, Special Populations , Disabilities

Rotary Club of High Point

The Rotary Club of High Point vision is "Service above Self." They support a worldwide campaign to eliminate polio and promote an international understanding and social welfare. The Rotary Club works on local and international projects such as rescue operations whenever a flood or earthquake strikes, building wells and schools, and conducting exchange programs.
Visit the website | 336-885-7240
Hours: Call or visit website for more information.

Tags: Health & Wellness , Enrichment Opportunities

Roy B. Culler, Jr. Senior Center

The Roy B. Culler, Jr. Senior Center provides a nurturing, enriching, and safe environment for seniors. Residents have access to a computer lab, kitchen, craft shop, game room, and multipurpose rooms. The center provides an abundance of programming including guest speakers, health screenings, movies, exercise, arts and crafts, cultural events, club meetings, and more.


Visit the website | 336-883-3584
Hours:

Monday-Friday

8:30 AM - 5:00 PM


Tags: Health & Wellness, Special Populations , Physical Health, Enrichment Opportunities, Seniors

Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest NC

Second Harvest Food Bank works to make our communities are healthy and hunger-free. Programming is designed to engage food-insecure families in the Northwest Area of NC - 18 counties total. The food assistance programs include community-based grocery assistance, soup kitchens, shelters, school-based pantries, providence community meals, summer meal sites for kids, and health clinic-based pantries.
Visit the website | 336-784-5770
Hours:

Monday - Thursday:

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Friday - Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Emergency Assistance

Senior Resources of Guilford - Care Assistance and Options Counseling

Care Assistance and Options Counseling is designed for adults 60 years of age or older. This program provides in-home assessments and short-term assistance to senior adults in Guilford County who need help finding services to meet their needs. This service assists with short-term problem solving for everyday concerns and internal referrals to other Senior Resources of Guilford programs.
Visit the website | 336-333-6981
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

8:30 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Health & Wellness, Special Populations , Seniors

Senior Resources of Guilford - Community Nutrition

The Community Nutrition program provides opportunities for senior adults ages 60 and over in Guilford County to enjoy a nutritious meal and participate in field trips, wellness activities and educational/cultural programs. Participation includes a restaurant voucher program with Pepper Mill Café (10 vouchers a month) and health and wellness workshops. Transportation is available to community nutrition activity centers.
Visit the website | 336-884-6981
Hours:

Program Hours:

Monday - Friday:

9:00 AM - 1:00 PM 

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Health & Wellness, Special Populations , Physical Health, Enrichment Opportunities, Seniors

Senior Resources of Guilford - Evergreens Lifestyle Center

Evergreens Lifestyle Center offers activities for senior adults ages 60 and up in Guilford County. Programming includes exercise programs, clubs, evidence-based workshops, day trips, guest speakers, games and bingo, shopping trips, monthly cooking school, monthly blood pressure and blood sugar checks, seasonal parties, and tax/legal assistance.
Visit the website | 336-373-4816 ext. 280
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

8:30 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Health & Wellness, Special Populations , Physical Health, Enrichment Opportunities, Seniors

Senior Resources of Guilford - Family Caregiver Support

In an effort to continually assist caregivers in their search for pertinent information regarding eldercare, the Family Caregiver Support Coordinator addresses topics of most frequently asked questions via Caregiver’s Answers, Topics and Helpful Information (CATHI).


Visit the website | 336-884-6981
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

8:30 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Health & Wellness, Special Populations , Support/Interest Groups, Seniors

Senior Resources of Guilford - Foster Grandparents

The Foster Grandparents program matches income-eligible senior adults with children and youth in Guilford County. Participants provide specialized assistance to help young ones. Seniors must be age 55 or older, and this program requires a commitment of 20 hours per weekend. Foster grandparents are provided a stipend.
Visit the website | 336-884-4816
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

8:30 AM - 5:00 PM 

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children, Special Populations , Child Care, Seniors

Senior Resources of Guilford - Gay and Gray

Gay and Gray provides programming for older LGBTQ+ adults in Guilford County ages 60 and up. Programming includes educational classes, presentations on topics of interest, caregiver support, recreational activities and social events.
Visit the website | 336-333-6981
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

8:30 AM - 5:00 PM 

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Health & Wellness, Special Populations , Support/Interest Groups, Seniors

Senior Resources of Guilford - Geriatric Adult Mental Health Specialty Team (GAST)

The Geriatric Adult Mental Health Specialty Team (GAST) is a team of specialists who provide training, education and consultation to staff of long-term care facilities about the care of senior adults with mental disorders.
Visit the website | 336-373-4816 ext. 258
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

8:30 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Health & Wellness, Special Populations , Mental Health, Seniors

Senior Resources of Guilford - Grandparents Raising Grandchildren

Grandparents Raising Grandchildren sponsors activities and provides referrals to community resources for grandparents ages 55 and older raising their grandchildren in Guilford County. Professionals identify resources for help with financial/legal/medical issues, and provide programming such as a monthly lunch, informative presentations, free luncheons, and childcare.
Visit the website | 336-373-4816
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

8:30 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children, Special Populations , Seniors

Senior Resources of Guilford - Handy Helper

Handy Helper provides assistance with minor home repairs for senior adults ages 60 and up in Guilford County.  Assistance includes painting, changing light bulbs, minor yard work, gutter cleanings and more.
Visit the website | 336-333-6981
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

8:30AM - 5:00 PM 

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Special Populations , Seniors

Senior Resources of Guilford - Meals on Wheels

Meals on Wheels delivers nutritious meals to homebound senior adults in Guilford County ages 60 or older.
Visit the website | 336-884-6981
Hours:

Program Hours:

Monday - Friday:

10:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Health & Wellness, Special Populations , Physical Health, Seniors

Senior Resources of Guilford - Pathways and Protocols

The Pathways and Protocols program is designed to enhance understanding of access to services for older adults. Supporting agencies include the United Way, the Adult Center for Enrichment, the regional hospital, Public Health and Social Services, hospice, Mental Health Association of Greensboro and the UNCG department of gerontology and social work.
Visit the website | 336-333-6981
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

8:30 AM - 5:00 PM 

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Special Populations , Seniors

Senior Resources of Guilford - Refugee Outreach

Refugee Outreach is offered to elderly refugees (60+ years old) in Guilford County. Programming includes cultural awareness programs, health screenings, citizenship training and English classes.
Visit the website | 336-884-4816
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

8:30 AM - 5:00 PM 

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Special Populations , Seniors, Immigrants/Refugees

Senior Resources of Guilford - Rural Outreach

Rural Outreach provides senior citizens with a variety of programmed activities. Programming is designed for seniors in Colfax, Oak Ridge, Pleasant Garden, Stokesdale, Summerfield and southeastern areas of Guilford County. Rural Outreach is designed to support independent living of seniors in their home communities.
Visit the website | 336-884-4816 ext. 265
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

8:30 AM - 5:00 PM 

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Health & Wellness, Special Populations , Support/Interest Groups, Seniors

Senior Resources of Guilford - Senior Wheels Medical Transportation

Senior Wheels Medical Transportation provides rides for seniors who are ambulatory to medical appointments. Transportation services include trips to and from Guilford County medical facilities.
Visit the website | 336-333-6981
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

8:30 AM - 5:00 PM 

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Health & Wellness, Special Populations , Physical Health, Seniors

Senior Resources of Guilford - SeniorLine

SeniorLine is a telephone-based service to provide information about community services to senior citizens in Guilford County. This service offers to help meet basic needs and maintain independence.
Visit the website | 336-884-4816
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

8:30 AM - 5:00 PM 

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Health & Wellness, Special Populations , Seniors

Senior Resources of Guilford - Seniors' Health Insurance Information Program (SHIIP)

Seniors' Health Insurance Information Program (SHIIP) answers questions and counsels Medicare beneficiaries and caregivers, provides Medicare prescription drug plans, addresses long-term care insurance, and offers free counseling on Medicare healthcare products.
Visit the website | 336-884-4816
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

8:30 AM - 5:00 PM 

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Health & Wellness, Special Populations , Physical Health, Seniors

Senior Resources of Guilford - Telecare Reassurance

Telecare Reassurance is a telephone support program for seniors in Guilford County that provides regular calls to those homebound, living alone, or disabled. Clients are matched with a caring volunteer who is in frequent contact to acknowledge medical attention and transportation needs.
Visit the website | 336-333-6981
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

8:30 AM - 5:00 PM 

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED

 


Tags: Health & Wellness, Special Populations , Mental Health, Seniors

Seven Homes, Inc.

This fostering and adoption agency provides an opportunity to reach out to youth in need of love, safety, and stability. Their mission is to serve the needs of the whole child. Applicants must be 21 to foster or adopt and reside in North Carolina. Opportunities range anywhere from a single night of fostering to permanent adoption.
Visit the website | 336-378-8030
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM 

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED

 


Tags: Children, Crisis Intervention , Crisis Support

Southwest Renewal Foundation of High Point

This initiative works to maximize the economic benefits of environmental enhancement to save revenue, support sustainability, attract business, create jobs, increase real estate values, and improve health. Projects include going green, economic development, alternative transportation, historic preservation, and the arts.


Visit the website | 336-887-5130
Hours: Call or visit website for more information.

Tags: Employment & Careers

St. Mary's Music Academy

St. Mary's Music Academy is a community music school for children and adults working to enrich the musical environment of High Point and the greater Piedmont Triad region. St. Mary's Music Academy provides private lessons for a variety of instruments including, piano, clarinet, violin, viola, cello, harp, and guitar. Sessions are 30 minutes, 45 minutes, or 60 minutes long. There is a $45 registration fee and a $25 access card fee for all new students.
Visit the website | 336-886-7265
Hours:

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Tags: Children, Health & Wellness , Enrichment Opportunities, Enrichment Opportunities

The Guilford County Family Justice Center

The Family Justice Center (FJC) is a “one stop shop” for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse, and elder abuse. Professionals from 15 different disciplines work out of the center to provide assistance in accessing and navigating legal, safety, social, and health services to individuals and families in need. 


Visit the website | 336-641-2889 Direct Line / 336-641-SAFE (7233) Crisis Hotline
Hours:

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Tags: Crisis Intervention

The Junior League of High Point, Inc.

The Junior League of High Point is committed to supporting women, children, and education in the community. Women of all races, religions, and national origins who demonstrate interest to voluntarism are welcome. Some of the League's activities include virtual story time, Leslie's Blessings, Crockpot class, Kids in the Kitchen, and Dinner with the League events.
Visit the website | 336-889-8508
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

9:00 AM - 1:00 PM 

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Health & Wellness , Enrichment Opportunities

The MIND Group - GWYN 10

The GWYN 10 initiative was started with the support of local basketball star and UNC-Asheville player Brittany Gwyn to design and implement programming for aspiring female athletes. The program's main goals are to inspire confidence in young girls, provide them with an outlet for athletic exposure, and cultivate values of self-esteem, respect, strength, and character. 


Visit the website | 336-307-6332
Hours:

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Tags: Children, Health & Wellness , Enrichment Opportunities, Enrichment Opportunities

The MIND Group - High Point City Ball HAWGS

The High Point City Ball HAWGS is an athletic training program designed to introduce young boys and girls to the world of competitive sports, namely basketball. All practices and games are scheduled  in the Fall and Spring basketball seasons. The young athletes may also attend workout sessions, trainings, and other programs during the school year and summer months. 


Visit the website | 336-307-6332
Hours:

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Tags: Children, Health & Wellness , Enrichment Opportunities, Enrichment Opportunities

The Preparing Our Youth Foundation

This organization encourages minority and under-served youth to pursue post-secondary education. Programming is designed for middle- and high-school students.  Opportunities include Quiz bowls, history makers, etiquette classes, civic training, and college tours.
Visit the website | 336-560-7693
Hours:

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Tags: Children , Academic Support, Enrichment Opportunities

The Salvation Army of Greater High Point - Boys and Girls Club

The Boys and Girls Club is an evangelical organization part of the universal Christian Church. The Club's mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination. Programming includes food pantries, shelter, clothing donations, financial assistance in a crisis, and Christmas gift giving.
Visit the website | 336-881-5400
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

7:30 AM - 6:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Emergency Assistance

The Salvation Army of Greater High Point - Center of Hope Family Shelter

The Center of Hope Family Shelter provides targeted services to families in an effort to mediate crisis and end intergenerational poverty. Using a case management approach, the center can adequately assess and meet the needs of families. 


Visit the website | 336-881-5420
Hours:

Call or visit the website for more information.


Tags: Crisis Intervention

The Salvation Army of Greater High Point - Clothing Vouchers

The clothing vouchers are distributed on an emergency basis to an individual or family that needs assistance for work, school, or seasonally appropriate attire. A partner organization must submit a referral letter expressing the need for assistance.


Visit the website | 336-881-5400
Hours:

Monday - Friday

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM 

Located at 301 W. Green Dr. - Family Life Center.


Tags: Emergency Assistance

The Salvation Army of Greater High Point - Emergency Assistance

The Salvation Army Emergency Assistance program provides rent and utility assistance to community members experiencing a crisis. The program is designed to support the individual in maintaining a productive and independent lifestyle with direct financial assistance or referrals to other appropriate organizations.  


Visit the website | 336-881-5400
Hours:

Utility assistance is available the 1st and 4th Monday of the month.

Rent assistance is available the 2nd and 3rd Monday of the month.

Both are located at 301 W. Green Dr. - Family Life Center


Tags: Emergency Assistance

The Salvation Army of Greater High Point - Food Pantry

Food assistance is available to any individual who expresses the need, and can be provided at least twice a month as a supplemental resource. This is a client choice pantry, so individuals are able to shop for the foods most needed by their unique households. Special boxes can be prepared for individuals expressing a particular need or request if available.


Visit the website | 336-881-5400
Hours:

Monday - Friday

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM 

Located at 301 W. Green Dr. - Family Life Center.


Tags: Emergency Assistance

The Salvation Army of Greater High Point - Mobile Food Pantry

The mobile food pantry serves four low-income based housing areas and establishes monthly food drops in food insecure areas. 


Visit the website | 336-881-5400
Hours:

Call for more information.


Tags: Emergency Assistance

The Salvation Army of Greater High Point - Pet Food Assistance

The Salvation Army of Greater High Point will supply cat and dog food to eligible clients during the normal food pantry hours.


Visit the website | 336-881-5400
Hours:

Call for more information.


Tags: Emergency Assistance

The Salvation Army of Greater High Point - William Booth Garden Apartments

The William Booth Garden Apartments provides and affordable, safe, and independent living community for seniors. 


Visit the website | 336-881-5450
Hours:

Call or email Annissia.Baity@uss.salvationarmy.org for more information.


Tags: Housing

Theatre Art Galleries

Theatre Art Galleries provides quality visual art exhibits and educational experiences for the enrichment of the High Point community. Programming includes creation stations, private art lessons for children and adults, youth outreach, and weekly sketchbooks.
Visit the website | 336-887-2137
Hours:

Monday:

CLOSED

Tuesday - Friday:

12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children, Health & Wellness , Enrichment Opportunities, Enrichment Opportunities

Tiny Houses Community Development

The THCD works to build tiny homes across the Triad area in an effort to provide safe, affordable, and permanent housing for individuals and families experiencing homelessness. THCD will work with local non-profit housing organizations to qualify potential residents for their tiny homes. Potential residents will be assessed based on their income and current situation.


Visit the website | 336-897-1001
Hours:

Monday-Friday:

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Emergency Assistance, Crisis Intervention, Housing , Homeless

Triad Adult and Pediatric Medicine

Under TAP Medicine's care, patients receive medical and behavioral health services. TAP accepts a wide range of insurance plans and have a sliding fee scale program for individuals at or below 200% of the federal poverty guidelines.


Visit the website | 336-355-9920
Hours:

Brentwood Suites Location:

Monday - Thursday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM 

Friday - Sunday: CLOSED

 

Commerce Avenue Location: 

Monday - Friday: 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM

Saturdays ( in October - March): 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM


Tags: Health & Wellness , Physical Health, Mental Health

Triad Coin Club

All coin collectors or anyone interested in coin collecting is welcome to join the Triad Coin Club. The club meets the fourth Tuesday of every month at 7:00 PM at the Spring Hill United Methodist Church (240 Spring Hill Church Road, High Point, NC 27265). Contact the club's President, Robert Ward, by phone or email (rward0789@yahoo.com) for more information. 


Visit the website | 336-862-0802
Hours:

Call, email, or visit the website for more information.


Tags: Health & Wellness , Enrichment Opportunities

Triad Health Project

The Triad Health Project (THP) provides emotional and practical support to individuals living with HIV, their loved ones, and those at risk for HIV. The organization implements strategies to educate those at risk and the community about HIV and advocates locally, regionally, and nationally for individuals and groups infected with or affected by HIV. THP provides access to a client food pantry, case management providers, and free HIV testing.
Visit the website | 336-884-4116
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Health & Wellness , Physical Health, Mental Health, Support/Interest Groups

Triple Threat School of Dance, Music, and Acting

Triple Threat School of Dance, Music and Acting offers music lessons in voice, piano, guitar, violin, viola, cello, drums and flute. Musical theater and acting classes are available for ages 5 and up. They also offer all styles of dance creative movement, ballet, tap, jazz, hip hop, pointe, contemporary and private lessons.


Visit the website | 336-884-3942
Hours:

Call or visit the website for more information.


Tags: Children , Enrichment Opportunities

Tybro Foundation

The Tybro Foundation provides school books, computers, and educational training to urban schools in Guilford County.
Visit the website | 336-423-2426
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children , Academic Support, Enrichment Opportunities

UNCG Speech and Hearing Clinical Services

The UNCG Speech and Hearing Clinic is open to the community and provides the following services:

  • Tinnitus and Hyperacusis Management
  • Cochlear implants
  • Vestibular assessment
  • Aural rehabilitation
  • Hearing evaluation / Hearing aids
  • Speech diagnostic & therapy
  • Central auditory processing (CAP)
  • Assistive listening devices
  • Auditory evoked potentials
  • Transgender services

Patients are seen on a sliding scale fee- the only insurance accepted is Medicare. Patients do not need a referral and can make online, curbside, and face-to-face appointments. 


Visit the website | 336-334-5939
Hours:

Monday-Thursday

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Friday:

8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Health & Wellness, Special Populations , Physical Health, Disabilities

United Way of Greater High Point

The United Way of Greater High Point works to support a variety of critical health and human services needs in the community. Their community impact programs promote and improve education, financial stability, and health. Some of their most popular programming and initiatives include their BackPack program and frequent food drives.


Visit the website | 336-883-4127
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

8:30 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Emergency Assistance

Victim 2 Victor Inc.

Victim 2 Victor is a support group that provides SOAR (survivors offering assistance in recovery) training and support group meetings for North Carolina residents affected by burn trauma. The group meets the third Saturday of each month from  2:00-4:00 PM at the SECU Family House (1970 Baldwin Lane in Winston-Salem).
Visit the website | 336-883-2706
Hours:

Call or visit their website for more information.


Tags: Health & Wellness , Physical Health, Mental Health, Support/Interest Groups

Ward Street Community Resources

Ward Street Community Resources provides individuals in the southwest section of High Point access to a food pantry, clothing closet, and emergency finance assistance.
Visit the website | 336-888-6091
Hours:

Monday and Tuesday:

CLOSED

Wednesday:

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Thursday:

5:30 PM - 7:00 PM

Friday - Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Emergency Assistance

Welfare Reform Liaison Project - Emergency Services Assistance

The Emergency Services Assistance provides critical services to eligible individuals and families in Guilford County. They can assist with expenses related to childcare, tuition, food/nutrition, housing, household utilities, and more. 


Visit the website | 336-691-5780
Hours:

Call or visit the website for more information on how to apply. 


Tags: Emergency Assistance

Welfare Reform Liaison Project - Employment Training

The Employment Training program offers workforce development training for economically-disadvantaged individuals living in Guilford County. Classes are provided in soft skills and trade skills. Participants will also join a job club.
Visit the website | 336-691-5780
Hours:

WRLP Hours:

Monday - Friday : 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday: CLOSED

Program Hours:

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM

 


Tags: Employment & Careers

Welfare Reform Liaison Project - Media Training

The Media Training program offers knowledge and employment skills applicable to the field of multimedia. The program is for Guilford County residents, ages 18 and older, who are economically-disadvantaged living at or below the poverty line with a High school diploma or GED. Photography, videography and editing classes are offered.
Visit the website | 336-691-5780
Hours:

WRLP Hours:

Monday - Friday : 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday: CLOSED

Program Hours:

Call or visit WRLP website for details.


Tags: Employment & Careers

Welfare Reform Liason Project - Construction Training

The Construction Training program provides career development opportunities for adults, 18 years of age and older, who are interested in commercial and/or residential construction. A high school diploma or GED is required.
Visit the website | 336-691-5780
Hours:

WRLP Hours:

Monday - Friday : 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday: CLOSED

Program Hours:

Call or visit the WRLP website for details.

 


Tags: Employment & Careers

West End Ministries - Bountiful Harvest Community Garden

The Bountiful Harvest Community Garden has 19 personal community raised beds for growing vegetables. A playground and picnic shelter are also available.
Visit the website | 336-884-1105
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

8:30 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Health & Wellness , Enrichment Opportunities

West End Ministries - Emergency Assistance

The Emergency Assistance program helps people with economic emergencies by providing supplemental rental/mortgage and utility assistance. By appointment only.
Visit the website | 336-884-1105
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

8:30 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED

 


Tags: Emergency Assistance

West End Ministries - Food Ministry

The Food Ministry provides a food pantry and community meal for those in need from the West End and greater High Point area. 
Visit the website | 336-884-1105
Hours:

West End Ministry Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday: 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday: CLOSED

 

Food Pantry Hours:

Thursdays: 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Community Meals:

5:00 PM - 7:00 PM every Thursday


Tags: Emergency Assistance

West End Ministries - High Point Leap

West End Ministries is a host site for High Point LEAP which supports literacy efforts from cradle to college. Tutoring is offered in reading and math for elementary-age children and for adults trying to obtain a GED.
Visit the website | 336-884-1105
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

8:30 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children , Academic Support

West End Ministries - Leslie's House

Leslie's House offers a safe haven for single homeless women, ages 18 and older without dependents. Case management, life skills classes, and food are provided.
Visit the website | 336-884-1105
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

8:30 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Crisis Intervention , Homeless

West End Ministries - Senior Activities

Senior Activities are held twice a month for anyone ages 60 and older. Musical entertainment, movies, field trips, Bingo, food boxes, and wellness checks are available. Bingo is on the fourth Tuesday of the month at 1:00 PM.
Visit the website | 336-884-1105
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

8:30 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Health & Wellness, Special Populations , Support/Interest Groups, Seniors

West End Ministries - Thrift Store

The Thrift Store sells quality items at affordable prices. Household items, furniture, clothing, and toys are for sale.
Visit the website | 336-884-1105
Hours:

West End Ministry Hours of Operation:

Monday - Friday: 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday: CLOSED

 

Thrift Store Hours:

Tuesday - Friday: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday: 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Sunday: CLOSED


Tags: Emergency Assistance

West End Ministries - Women's Winter Shelter

The Women's Winter Shelter provide a safe place to sleep for women, 18 years and older, without dependents.  Nutrition and case management are also provided.  The shelter operates from December 1st through April 1st.
Visit the website | 336-884-1105
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

8:30 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Crisis Intervention , Homeless

WithIt - Women's Leadership Development Network

The Women's Leadership Development Network supports the advancement of women in the home and furnishings industries. 
Visit the website | 336-882-9379 (office) or 336-880-2188 (cell phone)
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Employment & Careers

Women's Resource Center of Greensboro - Community Resource Counseling

Community Resource Counseling provides individualized counseling for women to provide support, problem-solving, goal-setting, and referral information.
Visit the website | 336-275-6090
Hours:

Monday - Thursday:

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Friday - Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Health & Wellness , Physical Health, Mental Health

Women's Resource Center of Greensboro - Legal Resource Network

The Legal Resource Network supports women to make well-informed decisions based on knowledge of their legal rights. Open to women 18 years of age and older.
Visit the website | 336-275-6090
Hours:

Monday - Thursday:

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Friday - Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Emergency Assistance

Women's Resource Center of Greensboro - Women to Work

The Women to Work program supports women seeking employment by providing pre-employment training and placement case management. Help with resume writing, interviewing skills, networking, goal setting, and access to mentors is also provided.
Visit the website | 336-275-6090
Hours:

Monday - Thursday:

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Friday - Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Employment & Careers

Women's Resource Center of Greensboro - Women's Empowerment

The Women's Empowerment program offers monthly experiential learning to help make positive life changes and restore confidence.
Visit the website | 336-275-6090
Hours:

Monday - Thursday:

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Friday - Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Employment & Careers, Health & Wellness , Physical Health, Mental Health, Support/Interest Groups

World Relief Triad - Anti-Human Trafficking

The Anti-Human Trafficking program serves survivors of human trafficking. The program offers housing, food, clothing, interpretation, medical and dental services, transportation, legal services, education and job development.
Visit the website | 336-887-9007
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Crisis Intervention, Special Populations , Immigrants/Refugees

World Relief Triad - Health and Wellness

The Health and Wellness program serves refugees who have experienced severe loss and trauma. Services include on-site therapy and counseling, individual and family case management for those with serious medical needs, transportation, a community garden to grow their own food, education, and collaboration with local healthcare providers.
Visit the website | 336-887-9007
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Health & Wellness, Special Populations , Physical Health, Mental Health, Immigrants/Refugees

World Relief Triad - Immigration Legal Services

Immigration Legal Services offers affordable, high-quality legal services to immigrants.
Visit the website | 336-887-9007
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Emergency Assistance, Special Populations , Immigrants/Refugees

World Relief Triad - Refugee Resettlement

The Refugee Resettlement program provides services to arriving refugees to help them get acclimated to living in the United States.
Visit the website | 336-887-9007
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED

 


Tags: Emergency Assistance, Special Populations , Immigrants/Refugees

Youth Focus - Act Together

The Act Together program provides housing for runaway youth who are experiencing family crisis, abuse, and or neglect. The program also offers medical, psychological and educational support. The maximum stay period is 21 days.
Visit the website | 336-375-1332
Hours:

Monday - Thursday:

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Thursday - Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children, Crisis Intervention , Physical Health, Mental Health

Youth Focus - HEARTH

HEARTH provides supportive translational housing to homeless dependent youth, ages 18 to 21, who need additional assistance to gain independence. Counseling, vocational and education training, parent education services, and independent skills training are provided.
Visit the website | 336-907-3830
Hours:

Monday - Thursday:

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Thursday - Sunday:

CLOSED

 


Tags: Crisis Intervention, Housing , Homeless

Youth Focus - My Sister Susan's House

My Sister Susan's House provides transitional housing for young pregnant women, ages 16-21. There is no cost for living at the house.
Visit the website | 336-335-1185
Hours:

Monday - Thursday:

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Thursday - Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children, Crisis Intervention, Housing , Physical Health, Mental Health

Youth Focus - Safe Haven Outpatient Counseling

Safe Haven Outpatient Counseling is available for free to youth, ages 6 to 24.  Services offered to youth who have been victims of crime including sexual assault, rape, mental/physical/emotional abuse, neglect, or witness to domestic violence. The services are provided free of charge.
Visit the website | 336-274-5909
Hours:

Monday - Thursday:

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Thursday - Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children, Crisis Intervention , Physical Health, Mental Health

Youth Focus - Safe Place

Safe Place is an outreach and prevention program for young people who are need of immediate help and safety. Children can go to any place with the yellow "Safe Place" sign and an adult will help them. Safe places include libraries, YMCAs, fire stations, public buses, various businesses, and social service facilities. A Youth Focus staff member will arrive on site and connect the child with a counselor. 
Visit the website | 336-375-1332
Hours:

Monday - Thursday:

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Thursday - Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children, Crisis Intervention , Physical Health, Mental Health

Youth Focus - Supportive Housing

The Supportive Housing program offers rent assistance for homeless youth, ages 18-24, to live an independent apartment. Vocational/education services and targeted case management are provided with around the clock access to help.
Visit the website | 336-907-3830
Hours:

Monday - Thursday:

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Thursday - Sunday:

CLOSED

 


Tags: Crisis Intervention, Housing , Homeless

Youth Unlimited, Inc. - Intensive In-Home Service

The Intensive In-Home Services program provides short-term therapy services to a child and family in their home to stabilize the home environment, promote reunification of the family, or prevent out-of-home placement.


Visit the website | (336) 861-9243
Hours:

Call or visit website for more information about the Youth Unlimited services


Tags: Children, Crisis Intervention , Crisis Support

Youth Unlimited, Inc. - Outpatient Counseling Services

Outpatient Counseling Services offers individual and family outpatient counseling.


Visit the website | 336-883-1361
Hours:

Call or visit website for more information.


Tags: Children, Health & Wellness , Mental Health

Youth Unlimited, Inc. - Psychiatric / Behavioral Health Medication Management Services

The Psychiatric / Behavioral Health Medication Management Services works to ensure that each child and family receives the care to meet their psychiatric and medication needs.


Visit the website | 336-883-1361
Hours:

Call or visit website for more information about the Youth Unlimited services


Tags: Children, Health & Wellness , Mental Health

Youth Unlimited, Inc. - Residential Program

The Residential program works with you to reduce behaviors that make residential treatment necessary. Sibling Group Care homes supports children who have been removed from their homes.


Visit the website | (336) 883-1361
Hours:

Call or visit website for more information about the Youth Unlimited services


Tags: Children, Crisis Intervention , Crisis Support

Youth Unlimited, Inc. - Therapeutic & Family Foster Care

The Foster Care program offers therapeutic and foster care for children who are unable to live with their own family. To be a foster parent, you must be at least 21 years old and financially stable, pass criminal background check, physical exam, possess the ability to work with children, and the ability to provide safe environment.
Visit the website | 336-861-9243 or 336-883-1361
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children, Health & Wellness , Mental Health

YWCA - Adolescent Parenting

The Adolescent Parenting program strives to positively impact the lives of young school-aged mothers and fathers who are pregnant or parents. The program includes group sessions, home visits, mentors, school support sessions, college tours, field trips, and mother-daughter retreats. Access is also provided to the Baby Basics Closet, Ready to Ride (car seats), and Women's Resource Center.
Visit the website | 336-882-4126
Hours:

Monday - Thursday:

6:00 AM - 7:00 PM

Friday:

6:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children, Crisis Intervention, Health & Wellness , Physical Health, Mental Health, Support/Interest Groups

YWCA - After-School

The after-school program provides programs for elementary and middle school students who attend the following schools: Johnson Street, Kirkman Park, Montilieu Elementary, Northwood, Oak Hill, Oakview, Phoenix, Shady Brook, Triangle Lake, Union Hill, Ferndale Middle School, Penn Griffin Middle School, Welborn Middle School, and Allen Jay Preparatory Academy.  Students are provided with an afternoon snack, homework help, low-cost field trips, and swimming. On teacher workdays, the program operates from 7:30 AM to 6:00 PM. The cost of the program includes $20 for program registration fee, $25 for yearly child membership and $45 for first week of care. Sibling discounts are available.
Visit the website | 336-882-4126
Hours:

Monday - Thursday:

6:00 AM - 7:00 PM 

Friday:

6:00 AM - 6:00 PM 

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children , After School Care, Academic Support

YWCA - Healthy Beginnings

The Healthy Beginnings program helps young minority women (20-30 years old) have healthy pregnancies and lifestyles.  The program serves High Point, Archdale, Trinity, and Jamestown. The program provides individualized support, peer support groups, and home visitation. Participants also have access to the YWCA's aquatic and wellness programs.
Visit the website | 336-882-4126
Hours:

Monday - Thursday:

6:00 AM - 7:00 PM

Friday:

6:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children, Health & Wellness , Physical Health, Mental Health, Support/Interest Groups

YWCA - Latino Family Center

The Latino Family Center offers a mentoring program for middle and high school girls and boys through personal and social skill development to build self-esteem.  Services offered include a STEM club, an Art Club, and higher education guidance. The Center also offers a community access program (El Pueblo) that provides outreach services, information, and referral services to Latinos, including DACA renewals.  There are also several leadership programs available. Services provided in Spanish.
Visit the website | 336-882-4126
Hours:

Monday - Thursday:

6:00 AM - 7:00 PM 

Friday:

6:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children, Special Populations , Enrichment Opportunities, Immigrants/Refugees

YWCA - Social Justice & Advocacy

The YWCA has a focus on social justice and advocacy as it seeks to promote solutions to improve the lives of women, girls and people of color in High Point. Efforts include annual events such as "Stand Against Racism" and a "Week Without Violence". There is also a social justice resource page on the website.
Visit the website | 336-882-4126
Hours:

Monday - Thursday:

6:00 AM - 7:00 PM 

Friday:

6:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Health & Wellness , Enrichment Opportunities

YWCA - Summer Camps

Summer camps are available for elementary and middle school students. Activities include field trips, bible study, leadership development, cooking, sports, and arts and crafts. A $25 youth membership or $80 family membership is required to enroll. The cost for elementary students is $100/week and $80/week for middle school students.
Visit the website | 336-882-4126
Hours:

Monday - Friday:

7:30 AM - 6:00 PM 

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Children , Summer Programs

YWCA - Women's Resource Center

The Women's Resource Center helps women and their families to achieve their professional and personal goals through a women's empowerment series. The Resource Center has a baby basics closet that helps with clothing, diapers, food, and provides car seats, a resource library, and computer lab.
Visit the website | 336-882-4126
Hours:

Monday - Thursday:

6:00 AM - 7:00 PM

Friday:

6:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Saturday and Sunday:

CLOSED


Tags: Employment & Careers, Health & Wellness , Support/Interest Groups, Enrichment Opportunities