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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

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

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

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

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

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

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 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

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

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. - 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

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

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

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

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

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:

Call or visit the website for more information.


Tags: Crisis Intervention

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

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

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 - 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

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

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. - 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

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