If you are in need of support, there are many ways The Salvation Army may be able to help. Please feel free to contact us about the services below:

What is Habitat for Humanity?

Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit housing organization working in local communities across all 50 states and in more than 70 countries around the world. Habitat’s vision is of a world where everyone has a decent place to live. Habitat works toward this vision by building and improving homes in partnership with individuals and families in need of a decent and affordable place to live.

How does Habitat for Humanity’s homeownership program work?

Families and individuals in need of decent, affordable housing apply for homeownership with their local Habitat for Humanity.

Each local Habitat’s family selection committee selects homeowners based on three criteria:

As part of their willingness to partner, Habitat’s homebuyers invest hundreds of hours of their own labor, called sweat equity, working alongside volunteers and other Habitat homeowners.

Habitat for Humanity follows a nondiscriminatory policy of family selection. Neither race nor religion is a factor in choosing Habitat’s homeowners.

RHCC has seven conveniently located health centers in Columbus, Robeson, Scotland and Montgomery counties. Our health centers are staffed by physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, licensed behavioral health clinicians and caring nursing staff who work together to diagnose, treat and medically manage acute, episodic and chronic conditions.

Patient care is available by appointment and walk-ins are always welcome. We accept and file all insurances including Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Medicaid-Carolina Access, Medicare, Health Choice and other insurances. Applications are available for a sliding fee scale.

RHCC has the capacity to serve 77 women throughout North Carolina within our residential substance use treatment programs. Our agency can accept women from any county or MCO within the state. Each program is designed specifically to meet the unique needs of women and their children.

At RCS, we understand that everyone is valuable and deserves dignity and respect. We provide a welcoming and inclusive environment where everyone can feel supported and empowered to build a stronger future. In addition to our primary programs, we offer transportation assistancerent and utility assistancedisaster relief and recoveryemergency food pantryprescription assistance, and employment readiness boot camps with Craven Community College. Those seeking community (and a hot, home-cooked meal) are welcome Sundays for breakfast at 8:00am and Mondays through Saturdays for lunch beginning at 10:30am. 

RCS offers three distinct homelessness housing services:

  1. Emergency Crisis Shelter: RCS’s traditional 20 bed shelter offers an overnight haven for individuals experiencing homelessness. 
  2. Veteran’s Residence: RCS houses a five-unit, Veteran’s residence on its George Street campus. Here, Veterans are provided consistent housing while they work with a case manager to achieve self-sufficiency
  3. Family Residence: RCS houses a four-unit, Family residence on its George Street campus. Here, families experiencing homelessness are provided consistent housing while they work with a case manager to achieve self-sufficiency
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