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Local Resource ListsPoint of ContactWebsiteExplanation
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Wake Network of Carehttp://wake.nc.networkofcare.org/mh/services/index.aspxBroken down into topics of need
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Wake County Resource Guidewww.wakegov.com/humanservices/social/Documents/Wake%20%20Resource%20Guide%202015.pdfDocument (91 pages)
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Wake Homeless Resource Guidewww.wakehrg.comWebsite (48 different categories)
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Capital Area ReEntry Council - Partner
www.capitalareareentry.wordpress.comWebsite (focused on re-entry but also lists hundreds of other resources)
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Community Care of Wake/Johnston County Resource Guidehttp://www.ccwjc.com/Forms/Resources/CCWJC%20Wake%20County%20Resource%20Guide%202015-2016.pdf20 page comprehensive document, more focus on medical and addiction
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Jobstart Resource Guidewww.doc.state.nc.us/dop/education/jobstart/countyresource.htm10 page, county by county resource list
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Catholic Parish Outreach Resource Guidehttp://www.cporaleigh.org/documents/ResourceGuide.pdf2 page (front/back printable) overview of local resoruces
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Triangle Area Missions Ministries (WAMM)/CarePoints - Partner
http://www.wakeareamissionsministries.com http://www.carepointraleigh.org/homeChristian organization collaboration, website includes "Carepoints," places of help for those in need
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Community Resources - Strategic Partners
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Furniture
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The Green Chair Project Jackie Craighttp://www.thegreenchair.org/Furniture (some cost, need to be refered)
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Clothes
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Dress for SuccessMegan Risleyhttps://trianglenc.dressforsuccess.org/Business clothes and mentoring for women (no cost, need to be refered)
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North Raleigh Ministries (N. Raleigh) / Dorcas Ministries (Cary)
Elanore MacLeanhttp://www.northraleighministries.com/Men's Clothes
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Dorcas Ministries (Cary)Jill Straighthttp://dorcas-cary.org/
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SOAR OutreachUtica Casonhttp://www.soaroutreach.org/Men's Suits (Utica will attend JfL classes to provide what is needed)
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Bargain Box - Junior LeagueJessie Hathcockhttps://www.jlraleigh.org/fundraising/bargain-box/Email jhathcock@jobsforlife.org for bargain bucks
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Housing
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Raleigh/Wake Partnership to End and Prevent Homelessness
Shana Overdorf
http://www.endhomelessnesswake.org/what-we-do/oak-city-outreach-center/
Runs Oak City Outreach on Weekends, provides connection to many homelessness options
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Shelters to ShuttersBrittany Flinthttps://shelterstoshutters.org/70% off market rate housing in apartments + jobs in the apartment industry
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Computers
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Kramdenhttps://kramden.org/provides refurbished computers to organizations and individuals
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Digital Dynamic Kirt Lindstromhttp://www.godynamic.tv/Low cost computers ($150)
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Local Events/Job Fairs
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Capital Area WRAL Career Expo10 AM - 2 PM at the McKimmon Center at North Carolina State University.
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North Raleigh Job FairSpring 2017Hosted by Wake County Human Services and sponsored by Jobs for Life
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ReEntry Council Resource Fair
3rd Wednesday of each month
12-2pm - Resource Fair for people with a Criminal Record @ NCWorks Career Center, Tillery Place
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Job Search sites
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Local
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NC Works - Tillery PlaceEric Haddockwww.ncworks.gov - partnerlocal private sector jobs (huge database)
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Temp ServicesEric Hanvey www.sasrlink.com - partnernational retain and part time staffing company, led by JfL partner Eric Hanvey
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Local Government Jobswww.nc.gov/jobslocal government jobs
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Full Government Jobswww.agency.governmentjobs.com/northcarolinafull listing of all available government jobs by county, includes salary range
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Triangle Jobswww.trianglejobs.comdatabase of local jobs posted by large employers
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Real Estate Jobswww.lindacraft.com/area-jobs.php Linda Craft Real Estate job listing website
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Temp Serviceswww.greeneresources.comGreene Resources (JfL partner): Professional, IT, and Manufacturing positions
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Construction Jobswww.tradesmeninternational.com/about.htmlRaleigh based skilled construction staffing company
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Reentry Jobswww.hirenetwork.org/content/north-carolinaGetting people from prison to work - NC gov website
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Raleigh Chamberwww.raleigh-wake.org/section/news-and-accoladesRaleigh Chamber overview and accolades
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Job Seekershttp://www.jobseekers.colonial.org/Additional ministry/community opportunity for the unemployeed
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General
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www.gcflearnfree.org/careergreat information on everything from career planning to what job search websites are the most helpful
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www.snagajob.comlocal, partime, restraunt/warehouse/etc. jobs
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www.careeronestop.org/US Dept of Labor website for job seekers; lots of good statistics and information
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www.monster.comtop 100 interview questions http://career-advice.monster.com/job-interview/interview-questions/100-potential-interview-questions/article.aspx
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www.indeed.comjob posting website
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linkedin.comLiterally millions of jobs posted
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Next Steps: Skill Development/Education/Job Programs
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Wake Tech / Career Pathways ProgramJoy Curreyhttp://www.waketech.edu/programs-courses/non-credit/enhance-your-career/certification-or-license/list-certificationsHUNDREDS of low cost certification programs, most qualify for scholarship
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Step Up MinistriesJamie Almondhttp://www.stepupministry.org/Jobs training and placement
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YES Programhttps://durhamnc.gov/576/Youthjobs training, GED, certifications for ages 16-24 in Durham
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Community Workforce Solutionshttp://www.communityworkforcesolutions.com/vocational training and job placement for people with disabilities
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Interfaith Food Shuttlehttp://foodshuttle.org/we-teach/culinary-job-training/10-11 week, every day, training program…free and intense
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Carolina Career CollegeGeorge Perryhttp://www.carolinacareercollege.edu/IT/Tech Certification Programs
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Other key local organizations
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Housing
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Desktop/Mobile Phone Low_income Housing App.housing https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/hud-resource-locator/id1018440488?mt=8 - comprehensive App locator for offices and locations of subsidized housing across the US
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Transitional housinghttp://wakehrg.com/category/housing/transitional-housing/Centralized Housing Intake for Single Women, Families and Youth
For women, families and youth, several nonprofits offer homeless shelters and rapid rehousing services. Placement into these programs is handled through a coordinated intake process. Contact an intake worker by dialing 919-861-1195.
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Raleigh Housing Authority http://www.rhaonline.com/Single family homes for working families and subsidized housing
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Raleigh Rescue Missionhttps://www.raleighrescue.org/Shelter, food, some job training.
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Salvation Armyhttps://www.salvationarmycarolinas.org/wakecounty/home/10% of Wake County will seek help from Salvation Army this year. Meals, beds, coats, etc.
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Families Together NChttp://plmft.org/PLM Families Together (PLMFT) provides housing and comprehensive services for homeless families in Wake County, including assessment, short-term transitional housing with intensive support services, permanent housing placement, and after case management. Churches are involved and the general program is 3-5 months, begining with stable housing.
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Triangle Family Serviceshttps://tfsnc.org/Among the Triangle's premier providers of family safety, emergency housing, financial stability, and mental health services for families in crisis.
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Women's Center of Wake CountyJean Williamshttp://www.wcwc.org/Provides basic needs, housing services, supportive services and counseling for single women and women with children, primarily targeting those who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.
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Passage HomeJean Tedrowhttp://www.passagehome.org/Passage Home fights poverty and homelessness by strengthening families and neighborhoods. We are a nationally recognized faith-based nonprofit community development corporation that has been serving Wake County, NC since 1991. We have developed a network of corporations, congregations, and community organizations that are supporting this work.
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S. Wilmington St. Shelterhttp://www.wakegov.com/humanservices/locations/swsc/Pages/default.aspxEmergency shelter and longer term shelter for those in programs
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Mission Househousing (women)place of rest for womenwho are homeless or recovering from substance abuse or mental illness
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Emmaus Househttp://emmaushouseofraleigh.org/housing for single men in recovery. Some rent, kept in savings for when discharged.
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Wrenn Center http://www.havenhousenc.org/programs/crisis-homeless-programs/wrenn-house/runaway/homeless
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Helen Wright Center for Womenhttp://www.sacredheartcathedral.org/helen-wright-center300 homeless women annually - a part of Urban Ministries
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House of Hopehttp://www.houseofhopeofnc.com/Christian therapeutic school, home and counseling center for girls 12-17
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Healing Place http://healing-transitions.org/The Healing Place of Wake County is a non-profit 501(c)(3) recovery and rehabilitation facility for homeless people with alcohol and drug dependency, located in Raleigh, NC.
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Haven Househttp://www.havenhousenc.org/16-23 year olds, variety of programs. 823 Wake Forest Rd.
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Other
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Urban Ministrieshttps://www.urbanmin.org/Providing basic needs, such as food, employment assistance, medication assistance, shelter (Helen Wright Center), and comprehensive health care that includes all pharmaceutical medications to low-income Wake County residents.
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Interacthttp://interactofwake.org/Provides safety, support, and awareness to victims and survivors of domestic violence and sexual assualt.
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Wheels for Hopehttp://wheels4hope.org/get-car/Cars for those getting jobs ($500) (need to be refered)
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Alliance Medical Ministryhttp://www.alliancemedicalministry.org/Medical needs for the working poor
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Legal Aid of NChttp://www.legalaidnc.org/Pages/default.aspxA statewide, non-profit law firm that provides free legal services in civil matters to low income people
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NC Health and Human Services - Employment Services for blind
https://www.ncdhhs.gov/assistance/vision-loss/vocational-rehabilitation-for-blindJames E. Benton Sr. - Works with job networking for visual and print impaired
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Oak City Academyhttp://oakcityacademy.org/Private School (K-5), downtown Raleigh, scholarships available
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Raleigh Nursery Schoolhttp://www.raleighnurseryschool.org/Five star licensed child care, education, and support services for families with children 6 weeks to 12 years ; regardless of socio-economic status or income.
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Literacy Council of Wake Countyhttp://www.triangleliteracy.org/Helps adults reach their personal reading, writing, and speaking goals through completely free services, such as one-on-one and small group tutoring services, and an expanding English as a Second Language program for the area's growing Hispanic population.
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Community Success Initiativehttps://www.communitysuccess.org/Ex-Offenders, job seeking support
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Re-Entryhttp://www.capitalareateencourt.com/programs: Pre-Trial release and Capital Area Teen Court
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Southlighthttp://www.southlight.org/staff-and-board/SouthLight is a private, non-profit, United Way funded organization whose mission is to eliminate addiction, abuse and misuse of drugs, including alcohol, in the communities we serve. Since 1970, we have developed comprehensive substance abuse programs that address the needs of youth, adults and families. Our services include education, treatment, counseling, housing, and court intervention
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Converting Heartshttp://www.convertinghearts.org/In Creedmor, NC, substance and addiction abuse home for men. Faith based.
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Gatewayhttp://www.gatewaycampus.org/pregnancy and sexual health suppport services. Hillsborough St.
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Shepard's Table Food Kitchenhttp://www.shepherds-table.org/Provide hot lunch. Held at Church of the Good Shepherd in downtown Raleigh. Meal hours: M-F 11am-noon. Office hours M-F 9am-5pm
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Fathers Forever http://www.afatherforever.com/Assist fathers behind in child support
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Linda Craft Real Estate http://www.lindacraft.com/Moving trucks for use by charities (need to be refered)
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Hiring for Elderly/Disabled
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NC Council on Aging
https://www.ncoa.org/economic-security/matureworkers/scsep/
Job placement for the elderly
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Employment for People with Disabilities
http://www.ncdhhs.gov/assistance/disability-services/employment-services-for-people-with-disabilities
Job placement help for the disabled
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