Miscellaneous Resources

Agape Care & Share
3650-G Patterson Ave.
(336) 744-4004;
(336) 766-9188 ext. 247 (counseling)
Life and career skills training, Christian Counseling


American Red Cross
690 Coliseum Drive
(336) 724-0511
After Disaster Services (such as house fire): shelter, meals, clothing, counseling


AniMeals
@Forsyth County Animal Control
5570 Sturmer Park Circle
(336) 703-3647
Offers free pet food for the dogs & cats of elderly, disabled or lower income residents of Forsyth County.
Application available at http://www.co.forsyth.nc.us/AnimalControl/animeals.aspx 


Ardmore United Methodist Church
630 Hawthorne Rd
(336) 723-3695
Pet food Assistance
1st & 3rd  Tues.  5:30-7:30pm


Bethlehem Community Center
520 Cleveland Avenue
(336) 722-6264
Preschool, daycare, and before/after school programs based on a sliding-scale fee


Birthright
St. Leo’s Catholic Church
335 Springdale Ave.
(336) 724-0561
Emergency support for women with unplanned pregnancies


Catholic Charities
621 W. 2nd St
(336) 727-0705
Spiritual Counseling, Pastoral Care


Centenary UMC
646 W. 5th St.
(336) 724-6311
Spiritual Counseling, Pastoral Care


Department of Social Services
741 Highland Ave
Several Services:

Day Care Subsidies
(336) 703-3805
Provides subsidized child day care (vouchers) for eligible families who are working or in job training and need assistance with caring for their children ages birth through 12.

Food Stamps, Medicare, Medicaid
(336) 703-3400


The Empowerment Project
(formerly PATH)
725 Highland Avenue
(336) 714-9131
Provides services for homeless individuals with diagnosed or suspected mental health and/or addiction issues to help transition into housing. Has a street outreach team.


Experiment in Self-Reliance
1550 University Court
(336) 722-9400
Financial Education


greeNest of Winston-Salem
(336) 418-1876
Offers furniture for those moving from homelessness to housing.
Only takes requests from case managers.


NC DMV for ID Cards
Locations:

3637 North Patterson Avenue
(336) 761-2259
Mon.-Fri. 8am-5pm

2001 Silas Creek Parkway
(336) 761-2258
Mon.-Fri. 8am-5pm

810A North Main St. Kernersville
(336) 993-5651
Mon.-Fri. 8am-5pm

There is no fee charged for an NC ID Card for a resident of the State who is legally blind, is at least 70 yrs. old, is homeless, or who has been issued a driver license which has subsequently been cancelled as a result of a physical or mental disability or disease. Free Voter ID cards can be obtained for those who do not have acceptable photo identification. Check Website or call for more information regarding necessary documents and requirements.


Next Step Ministries
(336) 413-5858
(336) 413-3156 (Crisis Line)
Assisting victims of domestic violence and their children


Piedmont Triad Regional Council
Weatherization Assistance Program
(336) 608-3578
Mon.-Fri, 8am-4:30pm
Assists elderly, low income, & disabled residents weatherize their homes to lower utility bills. For owners & renters (must have written landlord approval).


Project HOPE
WS/FC School System
Located at Main Street Academy
2700 S. Main Street
(336) 703-4278
Help with school enrollment, supplies, referrals, and transportation services for homeless students and their families


Shepherd’s Center
Locations:

1700 Ebert Street
(336) 748-0217

431-B Bodenhamer Street,  Kernersville
(336) 996-6696

Transportation, visitation, minor home repairs for older adults


Streetlight
(336) 422-6292
Helps women, especially those employed by the adult entertainment industry, gain resources to healthcare, crisis support, counseling, shelter, rehabilitation, and mentoring.


Transformed Lives Inc.
2610 New Walkertown Rd.
(336) 293-7959
6 Week Computer Classes Tue. & Thu. 2-4pm
Community Computer Lab Wed. 10am-4pm


US Social Security Office
1370 Lockland Ave.
800-722-1213
Social Security cards, Social Security benefits


Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Homeless Council
@Red Cross
690 Coliseum Dr.
8:30am 4th Tuesday, Bi-Monthly
Public meetings of homeless service providers, advocates, and at-large public on issues related to homeless services and care.


Work Family Resource Center
530 N. Spring St.
(336) 761-5100
Child care subsidy and emergency child care subsidy program. Eligibility depends on income & size of household.


WSTA Reduced Fare Program
1060 N. Trade Street
(336) 727-2000
Reduced Fare for Seniors and those with disabilities


 

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