Well of Mercy is a ministry of hospitality and healing sponsored by the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas. It provides quiet sanctuary for adults seeking right relationship with self, others, God and creation. By offering spiritual companionship, emotional support, respectful acceptance and sacred space, it contributes to the rest and renewal of its guests.
L’Arche North Carolina is a community of people with and without intellectual disabilities who share their unique gifts through the rhythms of daily life. The most vulnerable among us form the heart of L’Arche and invite the community into mutual relationships. We seek to be a sign of Christ’s peace to our city, neighborhood, and world.
Our Mission is to help individuals with autism and their families experience more joy and achieve meaningful life outcomes.
18 Springs Community Healing Center is a space that reimagines wellness & calls the community to be responsible for the collective care of all.
Through workshops, therapies, spiritual practices, & community events we address wounds created by systems of power & oppression. We resist these systems by healing our relationships with our bodies, with one another, and with the earth.
Through advocacy, training, and technical assistance, North Carolina Victim Assistance Network supports the rights and well-being of surviving loved ones of homicide victims and others harmed by violent crime in North Carolina.
Our mission is to provide support and opportunities to adults with mental health needs offering community, hope, and recovery.
Vision: Thrive, through a continuum of care, empowers individuals to realize a full life of health and recovery. Healthy individuals thrive in our community through their engagement and advocacy.
Cape Fear is dedicated to assisting individuals to become full members of the community through goal development & skill acquisition, utilizing our person centered philosophy.
To advance the well-being and mental health of diverse North Carolinians through accessible, strengths-based, culturally responsive art therapy; to further support our communities through local events and professional development opportunities; to contribute to and uphold research, theory, and practice of the creative arts therapies.
To work in partnership with communities to support and create evidence-based practices and education that prevent and minimize the harm of substance use.
To improve the health and well being of individuals, families, and communities by reducing the toll of substance abuse through education, research, and community partnerships.