The mission of HERE in Jackson County is to end homelessness in Jackson County by providing temporary emergency shelter, housing-focused case management services, and administering short-term financial assistance.
To provide affordable housing, education, community, human and economic development to improve the quality of life in Sanford, Lee County and the surrounding counties.
Affordable Housing Options Unlimited, Inc.'s mission is to take advantage of opportunities that will allow our organization to provide truly affordable multifamily housing. Workforce, senior, and subsidized housing are our primary areas of focus. We also work to have a positive impact on the economic development of our targeted communities.
To glorify God by proclaiming and showing love through a Christ centered program for the lost, lonely and least of Haywood County.
To be a faith-based, comprehensive ministry that brings life transformation in a safe, accepting and caring environment; to develop disciples of Christ through His love and mercy, shelter the homeless, feed the hungry, produce self-sustaining citizens of Haywood County, and decrease recidivism (repeat offenses) in our community.
The mission of the Randolph County Family Crisis Center is to serve people in crisis from domestic and family violence, sexual assault, rape, child abuse, and human trafficking while working to eliminate these issues in our community.
The mission of Foot Steps, Inc. is to operate transitional housing for youth that have aged-out of the foster care environment; families experiencing homelessness and returning citizens from prison situations: facilitating programs that would include life skills training, vocational skills, financial planning/budgeting and intervention in the process of recidivism.
We feed, provide clothing and shelter for families with low to no income. We help families get into job readiness programs. We also provide community service. We or a 501 C3 nonprofit organization.
To refurbish and provide affordable housing for Honorably Discharged (DD 214) Veterans suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and other seriously mentally ill men who are referred by local agencies
Veterans that are PCSing back to the US. Vets on TDY
At A Lotta Love we transform local shelters by creating dignified, safe and emotionally inspiring spaces. We raise awareness of homelessness and empower communities to transform these shelters to benefit the families temporarily living there. Together we show them that we care, and they are deserving of a brighter, more hopeful future.