Raleigh Housing Authority does not offer emergency housing or operate homeless shelters. Local government agencies and community-based organizations provide the following resources to anyone in crisis or in need of assistance:
Click Here: Wake County Homeless Resource Guide
This homeless resource guide provides information on how to connect with a wide range of services in Wake County; it is typically used by persons experiencing homelessness. It covers everything from credit counseling, financial assistance, shelters, medical or dental care to food pantries, transportation and housing.
Click Here: Wake County Homeless Services
Wake County Human Services, in partnership with the community, will facilitate full access to high quality and effective health and human services for Wake County residents. Wake County Human Services provides a list of programs and services that include social services, public health, housing and transportation.
Click Here: NC 2-1-1
This is an information and referral service provided by the United Way of North Carolina in all 100 NC counties throughout the State. From any phone call 2-1-1 or access this resource database of a variety of valuable resources to assist during times of crisis. This database is also available at www.nc211.org
Click Here: Wake County Network of Care
The Wake Network of Care provides comprehensive information on local services and organizations and a Learning Center dedicated to topics related to health and well-being. With the click of a button, you can translate the entire Web site into a number of different languages, as well as change the font size to an easier-to-read print. The Network of Care for Mental/Behavioral Health is an online information portal for individuals, families and social service agencies concerned with community mental health services, substance use treatment programs and help for people with developmental disabilities. This online community provides critical information, communication and advocacy tools with a single point of entry for those seeking access to social services. It ensures there is “No Wrong Door” for those navigating the system of behavioral health resources, those working to avoid the need for formal services, and those ready to transition out of the behavioral health system.