Agency name with * indicates services offered in Spanish
AIDS Community Residence Association, Inc
1017 Cook Road #15, Durham NC 27713
Phone: (919) 973-4369
Persons with HIV or AIDS living in Durham County. Limited financial assistance; rent, utilities; no rent or utility deposits.
Alliance of AIDS Service- Carolina1637 Old Louisburg Rd.
Raleigh NC 27604
Phone: (919) 834-2437
Financial assistance for its clients.
Free cell phones, minutes. For those receiving Medicaid, Food Stamps, SSI, or who qualify based on household income.
3711 University Drive, Suite B, Durham, NC 27707
Phone: (919) 286-1964
Fax: (919) 286-4001
Call on 2nd Monday of each month – wait until someone answers the phone, schedule appt for the next day (Tuesday)
For the disabled, elderly and unemployed. $40 for rent and utilities.
Consumer Credit Counseling
315 E. Chapel Hill St
Phone: (919) 688-3381
Credit/budget counseling; debt management; home ownership counseling; no financial assistance.
DSS Immediate Service (With Children)
300 N. Duke Street
Phone: (919) 560-8301
Rent, utilities; Limit: Once per year. Call for an appointment.
DSS (for employment, families and children receiving Medicaid)
300 North Duke Street Durham, NC 27701
Phone: (919) 560-8364Monday-Friday: 7:30am-6:00pm
(stop taking applications at 5:30)
Food stamps, WIC, and emergency support for families and children receiving Medicaid.
DSS (for adults and disabled persons receiving Medicaid)*
211 East Main Street Durham, NC 27701Phone:
Spanish: (919) 560-8000
Food stamps, WIC, and emergency support for adults and disabled persons receiving medicaid.
El Centro Hispano*
2000 Chapel Hill Rd Durham, NC 27707
Phone: (919) 687-4635
Servicios del Trabajo (Work Services); Clases de Ingles (English Classes); Clinica Legal (Legal Clinic); Immigration and Citizenship assistance; Summer camps for children and youth; AIDS/HIV outreach; Interpretation, Advocacy and referral services; Free legal consultation; Cultural celebrations and community events; Job referral and info.
First Calvary Baptist Church
1311 Morehead Ave
Phone: (919) 489-4184
Monday – Friday: 8:30 am – 5 pm
Past due rent and utilities.
Homeless Prevention and Rapid Housing (HPRP)
1311 Morehead AvePhone: (919) 323-2805
Fax: (919) 220-6500
Housing for New Hope rapid housing, short term rent and utilities help. Fax client name, contact info, housing situation, income, working, disability, services.
Latino Community Credit Union*
201 W. Main St.
Phone: (919) 530-8800Monday-Thursday: 9:00am-5:00pm
Credit Union; Business development training.Mt. Zion Christian Church
3519 Fayetteville Street
Phone: (919) 688-4245
Tuesday & Saturday: 10:00am-2:00pm
Limited financial assistance.Operation Breakthrough
800 N Mangum
Phone: (919) 688-8111
Financial assistance, vocational.Presbyterian Urban Ministries (at Northgate Presbyterian Church)
2506 N. Roxboro Street
Phone: (919) 220-5601
Monday-Thursday: 9:30am-12:00pm – by appt ONLY
Past due rent, utilities and medication ($50).
Free cell phones and 250 min/month. Based on financial income or participating in programs such as Food Stamps or Medicaid.Salvation Army
909 Liberty Street
Phone: (919) 688-7306
Monday-Friday: 8:00am-5:00pm Call one day in advance to make appt
Emergency rent, utilities and medication for people threatened with homelessness. Court papers or eviction notice for rent help; Cutoff notice for utilities assistance; Meds for life threatening situations.Second Mile Ministries (Located in Greystone Baptist Church)
2601 Hillsborough Road
Phone: (919) 286-2281
Limited Financial assistance, will take the first 30 callers. Persons may receive financial help 3 times a year (up to $150).Shelter Plus Care
330 Main St
Phone: (919) 683-1551
Limited permanent housing assistance Rental subsidies and support services to homeless individuals with disabilities, primarily those with chronic mental illness, substance abuse, and HIV/AIDS.
Shirley Caesar Outreach Ministry
Phone: (919) 683-1161
Call for information
Possibly gas money, some medications, rent, utilities – has to make sure bill will be paid in full.
SSI Self application – http://www.ssa.gov/ssi/text-apply-ussi.htmSummit Church
2031 West Club Blvd
Phone: (919) 383-7100
Help with utilities in Durham
807 East Main St
Phone: (919) 560-4570
Durham Affordable Housing Coalition City and United Way Project.White Rock Baptist Church
3400 Fayetteville Street
Phone: (919) 688-8136
4th Tuesday of each month, doors open at 7:00am
Past due rent and utilities, emergency situations. Financial assistance one a year. Will see first 15 people.Women in Action
634 Foster Street
Phone: (919) 680-4575Monday-Friday: 10:00am-5:00pm
Monday-Thursday to make appt
Past due rent, utilities ($50/yr) and medicationWork First Family Assistance
300 N. Duke Street
Phone: (919) 560-8347
Intake is conducted on Mon, Tues, Thurs & Fri between 8:30am-10:00am & 1:30pm-3:00pm.
Temporary financial and employment assistance program designed to promote self-sufficiency. Cash assistance; medical assistance; services to families to eliminate barriers to employment; referrals for child support, non-public assistance food stamps, family crisis unit, substance abuse counseling, family violence prevention program, VA, SSA, Employment Security Commission.Urban Ministries Durham (Mission Society)
410 Liberty Street Durham
Phone: (919) 682-0538
Limited financial assistance. Past due rent, utility cut-off notices and medication; no utility or rent deposits or phone bills; max assistance: $150. -Only assist 3-4 persons per month, clients can only be helped once per year. Must have already applied to other agencies and denied before UMD can assist.