Housing Services

Housing Services

Agency name with * indicates services offered in Spanish

Housing Services - Shelters


Durham Crisis Response Center*
206 N Dillard Street

24 Hour Crisis Lines
English: (919) 403-6562
Spanish: (919) 519-3735
Office: (919) 403-9425

Temporary Shelter for battered women and children.

 

Durham Rescue Mission (Men)

Durham, NC 27701

Phone: 919-688-9641 ext. 5034

Durham Rescue Mission (Women and Children)

507 E. Knox St. Durham, NC 27701

Phone: (919) 688-9641 ext. 5050

Urban Ministries Durham

410 Liberty Street Durham, NC 27701

Phone: (919) 682-0538

Transitional Housing


AIDS Community Residence Association, Inc.
115 Market Suite 300

Phone: (919) 956-7901

BLEVINS TOO HOME: Must be HIV+, recently released ex-offender and qualify under HUD income limits. FITTS-POWELL APARTMENTS: Must be HIV+ and meet current HUD income limits. BUCHANAN PLACE: Must be HIV+ and meet current HUD income limits.

Durham Men's Halfway House
529 Holloway Street, Durham, NC 27701

Phone: (919) 425-5472

10-bed halfway house that provides up to six months of recovery services for alcohol/drug addicted men, and those who are dually diagnosed. Bud Curry Program Director - Bud.c@fhrecovery.org.

Francis Street Women's House
2404 Francis St., Durham, NC 27707

Phone: (919) 425-5472

10 bed halfway house that provides up to six months of recovery services for alcohol/drug-addicted women, and those who are dually diagnosed. Originally authorized for 90 days. Bud Curry, Program Director - Bud.c@fhrecovery.org.

Freedom House

601 Carlton Ave. Durham, NC 27701

Phone: (919) 425-5472

Short-term (up to 30 days) residential setting  provides care, habilitation and rehabilitation support for individuals having mental illness, developmental disability or substance abuse disorder that requires residential supervision.

Housing for New Hope (Dove House)
1406 Holloway St.

Phone: (919) 682-3777 or call (919) 489-6282 ext. 107 (homeless helpline)

Transitional housing for 8 women recovering from substance abuse. Emphasis on addiction recovery; Vocational development; Life skills.

Housing for New Hope (Phoenix House)
602 Holloway St.

Phone: (919) 680-0371 or call (919) 489-6282 ext. 107 (homeless helpline)

Transitional housing for 8 men recovering from substance abuse. Emphasis on addiction recovery; Vocational development; Life skills.

Lutheran Family Services
412 B2 Pilot St

Phone: (919) 682-8600

Supervised apartments - age out DSS 18-21

Oxford Houses of North Carolina

Phone: (919) 395-8192

Preferred that individuals complete a treatment program and be drug/alcohol free for at least 14 days. They must  be willing to accept the house rules and expectations, and to pay their share of the expenses. Housing for men and women.

Youth Villages

1822 E. NC Highway 54, Suite 300

Phone: (919) 474-6400

Transitional living for 17-22 year-olds.

Permanent Housing


Durham Housing Authority
330 E. Main St.

Phone: (919) 683-1551

Public housing.

Habitat for Humanity

215 N. Church

Phone: (919) 682-0516

Builds homes for low income families.

North Carolina Housing Coalition

5800 Faringdon Pl., Raleigh, NC 27609

Phone: (919) 881-0707

World Relief and Church World Service

801 Gilbert St #209, Durham, NC 27701

Phone: (919) 286-3496

Providing housing and resources for refugees and immigrants.

Families Moving Forward

300 N. Queen Street, Durham, NC 27701

Phone: (919) 683-5878

Temporary housing.

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