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English
Wake County Resource Guide 2014919-212-7593contina.bell@wakegov.com
  
Spanish
Latino Resource Guide919-212-7256maria.robayo@wakegov.com
  
List of food pantries according to ZIP code
www.foodbankenc.org919-875-0707info@foodbankcenc.org
  
Offers Consumer Credit Counseling Services (CCCS).  Provides debt management services to families and individuals, as well as financial literacy education seminars, focusing on such topics as home budgeting and financial management, first-time home buying, avoiding identity theft, reducing consumer debt, and avoiding predatory lending schemes.
www.tfsnc.org919-821-0790
  
Provides personal budget counseling and Financial Peace University to get out of debt, stay out of debt, and build wealth.
www.gethope.net/finance919-532-0620
  
Participants increase understanding of household economics, finances, asset development, entrepreneurship, business and organizational development, and stewardship and sustainability
www.goodwork.org919-682-8473
  
Building skills and knowledge for entrepreneurship through financial literacy.  Programs for K-8. 9-12, and adults.  Scholarships available.  Professional development opportunities also available.
www.ncreal.org919-781-6833
  
Nonprofit debt management company. Financial education, housing counseling, and credit counseling. Online courses are free and self paced. 
www.cesisolutions.org919-785-0725
  
Computer based learning for youth grades K-12.
www.councilforeconed.org
  
Online money management education to help people improve their financial lives
www.making-change.org
  
Practical personal financial advice
  
Money Smart Program is a comprehensive financial education curriculum  designed to help low/moderate income individuals outside the financial mainstream to enhance their financial skills. Free curriculum.
www.FDIC.gov
  
www.aa.org919-783-6144
  
www.al-anon.org919-713-1516
  
www.al-anon.org/for-alateen919-787-1653
  
www.ncpoisoncenter.org1-800-222-1222
  

English Services
24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Spanish Service
8 a.m.–2 a.m. seven days a week.

800-232-4636

Hotlines provide callers with anonymous and confidential answers to questions about sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) and HIV/AIDS. Referrals also provided.

www.cdc.gov/nchhstp800-232-4636
  
7 days, 24 hours.  Provides services to victims of domestic violence, domestic abuse and sexual assault.
919-545-0224
  
919-212-7990
  
1-800-662-4357
  
Provides general information on issues affecting the gay and lesbian population; also provides information and referrals for services.
800-844-7410
  
The RESPOND department provides crisis phone, assessment, and admission services 24 hours a day, seven days a week and serves as the emergency department of Holly Hill Hospital.
919-250-7000
  
7 days, 24 hours. Crisis and suicide prevention.  Provides confidential, nonjudgmental, caring listening for community members facing life difficulties or crisis.
919-231-4525
  
24 hour crisis line.  Provides information and support for survivors of sexual assault (including incest) and information and support for their friends and family members.
www.interactofwake.org919-828-3005
  
7 days, 24 hours.  Provides crisis intervention for youth at-risk between the ages of 12 and 20.  Will make conference calls to parents, deliver messages from runaways to their parents or guardians, assists with free transportation for qualified runaways.
www.1800runaway.org800-786-2929
  
24 hours a day:  Offers teens an opportunity to talk to trained volunteers about important issues in their lives.
919-231-3626
  
Information referral service serving Chatham, Durham, Orange, and Wake counties
www.nc211.org211
  
Serves youth ages 10-17 that are homeless, runaway, or just need a place to stay (24 hrs to 14 days) and provide crisis intervention.
www.havenhousenc.org919-833-3312
  
CLOTHING & HOUSEHOLD GOODS
 

2nd and 4th Saturday of each month: 9 a.m.–noon

No referral required.

 
www.brooks.org919-821-2400
  
Monday - Saturday: 10 a.m.–1 p.m.

Referral required. ID card required for all family members receiving assistance. Clothing for children (up to children’s size 4); maternity clothing for expectant mothers. Limited supply of baby items.
www.cporaleigh.org919-873-0245
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