Resources For Residents

Welcome to our Raleigh Housing Authority resource page which provides information on resources and programs that may help you and your family achieve your goals. The Agency aims to provide resources that enhances and improves the economic and/or social conditions of every resident. If you have specific questions or would like to request additional resources be added to this page, please contact the Resident Services Coordinator at (919) 508-1202.


Triangle Family Services

Consumer Education Services Inc.

Domestic Violence:


Domestic/Family Violence Legal Services in Wake County


Resources available to help your child and you

Licencia para cuidado infantil

Programas infantile de asistencia

Child Care Licensing


NC Works

Jobs for Life

Capital Area Workforce Development Board

Raleigh Summer Youth Employment

Home Ownership:

DHIC Homeownership Center

Habitat for Humanity

Life Skills:

StepUp Ministry

Family Promise of Wake County

Haven House Services

Credit Report:

Free Credit Report

Financial Literacy Training:

Operation Hope

Expungement of criminal record:

Expungement Information Clinic

Resources Guide:

Resource Guide (September 2019)

COVID-19 Community Resources available


Children & Family Meals

Emergency COVID-19 Pantries

Sheetz Kids Meal Bags

Free Pet Food

Free Internet:


Xinfinity WiFi



Business/ Employment Loss resources:

Wake County

Raleigh Chamber

COVID-19 NC Unemployment

NC Artist Relief Fund

Mental Health:

NAMI – Wake County

Children Resources:

Poe Center


Wake County Public Schools – Free Meals for Kids

Child Trends

Seniors Resources:

Wake County Resources for Seniors

Virtual Financial Counseling:

Triangle Family Services

Operation Hope

Additional Resources:

Wake Network Care

Wake County COVID-19 Resource Guide

NC 2-1-1

While this page lists resources and services that may help residents, staff does not conduct an in depth review of the programs. Residents should contact the resource provider directly to learn more about each program. RHA cannot guarantee that individuals will qualify to receive these services or that services are compatible with RHA housing programs. In the event that a program or resource requires action from RHA, the Agency reserves the right to determine whether or not to collaborate and may decline resources or programs that operate in a way that would interfere with mandatory or statutory program requirements.







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