UNITED WAY OF ALAMANCE COUNTY COMMUNITY PARTNERS & AFFILIATES
ALAMANCE CITIZENS FOR EDUCATION (ACE)
500 S Main St, 2nd Fl, P.O. Box 100, Burlington, NC 27216
Agency aims to ensure all Alamance County public school students have access to a high quality education by raising awareness, coordinating resources and garnering community support.
ALAMANCE CO. COMMUNITY SERVICES AGENCY
1946 Martin Street, P.O. Box 38, Burlington, NC 27216-0038
Agency provides assistance to individuals seeking to become financially self-sufficient through employment, education and training opportunities. ACCSA also offers home weatherization, senior citizen nutrition and some utility/food crisis assistance.
ALA CO DISPUTE SETTLEMENT & YOUTH SERVICES
102 N. Maple Street, P.O. Box 524, Graham, NC 27253-0524
Agency provides: Juvenile Mediation, Child & Family Teams, Resolve, Teen Court, Juvenile Restitution & Community Service, a Juvenile Structured Day Program, Strengthening Families, and Mediation..
ALAMANCE COUNTY MEALS ON WHEELS
411-A West Fifth Street, Burlington, NC 27215; Phone: 228-8815
Agency provides nutritious home-delivered meals for persons who are 60 years of age or older, live alone, do not drive, have minimal support, receive less than 20 hours of in-home aid assistance a week, and are having trouble with daily living skills; also provides a grocery shopper program for those who are not physically or mentally capable of going to the grocery store.
2732 Anne Elizabeth Dr., PO Box 202, Burlington, NC 27216
Services provided to help individuals meet the challenges of aging include: Information and Referral services, Care Assistance (assistance to locate and obtain needed services), Care Management services (comprehensive assessment, care coordination and follow-up from a professional Care Manager to help frail, older persons or those with complex needs remain living at home), Family Caregiver Education & Support services and advocacy.
ALAMANCE PARTNERSHIP FOR CHILDREN
2322 River Road, Burlington, NC 27217; Phone: 513-0063
Agency shapes opinion and mobilizes resources to support Alamance County families in creating and sustaining nurturing environments for their children.
ALAMAP of ARMC
1624 Memorial Drive, P.O. Box 202, Burlington, NC 27216
Enables individuals without financial means to obtain affordable life sustaining medications as well as provides medication education.
ALLIED CHURCHES OF ALAMANCE COUNTY
206 North Fisher Street, P.O. Box 2581, Burlington, NC 27216
Agency is a shelter for the homeless, hungry and hopeless; a sanctuary for those seeking spiritual renewal; and a catalyst for personal responsibility and transformation. We are an interfaith alliance of individuals, churches, and community agencies who share a single commitment, to serve the “least of these.” To fulfill this mission, there is an Emergency Night Shelter, Good Shepherd Kitchen Program, Allied Day Shelter and Resource Center, and Christian Assistance Network.
AMERICAN RED CROSS
522 West Davis Street, P.O. Box 875, Burlington, NC 27216
Agency is a humanitarian organization led by volunteers that provides immediate relief to victims of disaster, collects life-saving blood and blood products, teaches valuable health and safety skills like CPR and First Aid, and serves as a communication contact for members of the military and their families.
BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA-OLD NORTH STATE COUNCIL
1405 Westover Terrace, PO Box 29046, Greensboro, NC 27429
The Old North State Council, Boy Scouts of America provides programs for boys 6-20 and girls 13-20. Program objectives of the Boy Scouts are to teach character development, citizenship and leadership. Scout units are located throughout Alamance County.
BURLINGTON HOUSING AUTHORITY
133 North Ireland Street, P.O. Box 2380, Burlington, NC 27216
Agency provides after school and summer enrichment programs for at-risk children in public housing
BURLINGTON SENIOR ADULT LEISURE SERVICES
1535 South Mebane Street, P.O. Box 1358, Burlington, NC 27216
Agency provides programs, which aim to enrich the lives of senior citizens across Alamance County.
CENTRO LA COMUNIDAD
928 East Webb Avenue, P.O. Box 2061, Burlington, NC 27216
Agency assists Latino families with individual and couple counseling, information and referral, translation services and advocacy.
CHRISTIAN COUNSELING CENTER
142 South Lexington Avenue, Burlington, NC 27215; Phone: 227-5476
Agency provides counseling which includes the framework of an individual’s faith.
331 South Main Street, Burlington, NC 27215; Phone: 229-9969
Christmas Cheer assists families with children and the elderly. Our goal is to provide toys for the children, food for the family and warm clothes when possible. For the elderly we focus on food, warm clothing and special requests.
CONSUMER CREDIT COUNSELING SERVICE
236 North Mebane Street, Suite 130, Burlington, NC 27217
Agency provides counseling for individuals and families experiencing problems with money management skills, problems handling credit card accounts, possible foreclosure problems regarding home mortgages and counseling for consumers facing bankruptcy. Minimum fees are associated with the Debt Management Program and the Pre-Bankruptcy counseling.
CROSSROADS: SEXUAL ASSAULT RESPONSE & RESOURCE CENTER
1206 Vaughn Road, P.O. Box 673, Burlington, NC 27216
Phone: 228-0813 Crisis Line: 228-0360
CrossRoads’ mission is to reduce sexual violence, child victimization, and their effects through confidential counseling, advocacy, child medical treatment, education and community awareness for adults and children.
FAMILY ABUSE SERVICES OF ALAMANCE COUNTY
1950 Martin Street, P.O. Box 2192, Burlington, NC 27216
Phone: 226-5982 Crisis Line: 226-5985
Agency provides Emergency Shelter, Transitional Housing, Court Advocacy, Support Group and Supervised Visitation for victims of domestic violence and their families.
FRIENDSHIP ADULT DAY SERVICES
1946-B Martin Street, P.O. Box 3303, Burlington, NC 27216
Agency operates a day program Monday-Friday from 7 a.m.- 5:30 p.m. They provide cognitive, social and physical activity to people aged 60 and older. Younger adults can attend when there is a special need. Caregiver library is on-site and open to the public.
GIRL SCOUTS – CAROLINAS PEAKS TO PIEDMONT
8818 West Market Street, NC 27235; Phone: 274-8491
Agency sponsors troops across the country for girls of all ages; programs teach self-confidence and learning about others.
LEGAL AID OF NORTH CAROLINA - PITTSBORO
929 East Street, P.O. Box 1728, Pittsboro, NC 27312
Agency is a federally funded nonprofit that provides free legal assistance, advice, and representation to seniors (60+ years of age) and low-income individuals in certain civil matters. For more details and information go to www.legalaidnc.org .
717 North Park Avenue, Burlington, NC 27217; Phone: 513-4400
Agency assists persons with employment barriers to achieve vocational potential; provides job training, job placement and transportation to employment.
OPEN DOOR CLINIC
1214 Vaughn Road, Suite C, Burlington, NC 27217; Phone: 570-9800
Agency provides free quality healthcare to the indigent and working poor of Alamance County.
PIEDMONT HEALTH SERVICES & SICKLE CELL AGENCY
518 Jeffries Street, Burlington, NC 27217; Phone: 229-7999
Agency provides Sickle Cell education, screening, genetic counseling and patient support services.
POSITIVE ATTITUDE YOUTH CENTER
229 North Graham-Hopedale Road, Burlington, NC 27217
Agency provides after-school programs to help students academically and to reduce school drop-outs, crime, drug abuse, teen pregnancy, gang violence and family abuse.
RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT SERVICES OF ALAMANCE
125 Glendale Road, P.O. Box 427, Burlington, NC 27216
RTSA provides the following treatment and recovery services to individuals within our community: Non-hospital Medical Detoxification, Facility-based Crisis Services, Halfway House Services for Men, Recovery Home for Women and Group Home Services to individuals with mental illness.
812 Anthony Street, P.O. Box 1238, Burlington, NC 27216
Agency provides emergency assistance to families; coats for children; Christmas assistance; and disaster and fire relief services.
SALVATION ARMY BOYS & GIRLS CLUB
807 Stockard Street, P.O. Box 1238, Burlington, NC 27216
Agency has after-school care and summer programs for youth that emphasize: Character & Leadership Development, Education & Career Development, Sports, Fitness & Recreation, the Arts and Health & Life Skills (Alcohol, Drug & Gang Prevention Programs).
TEENS DESTINED TO SUCCEED OUTREACH
P.O. Box 2653, Burlington, NC 27216; Phone: 567-5881
Agency mentors, educates, and empowers all races of youth and teens throughout our community to become successful and productive citizens.
THE ARC OF ALAMANCE COUNTY
1212 Turrentine Street, P.O. Box 1275, Burlington, NC 27216
Agency provides opportunities for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD), their families and communities to enhance the quality of life through Advocacy, Support and Education.
THE EXCHANGE CLUB FAMILY CENTER IN ALAMANCE
200 North Main Street, Graham, NC 27253; Phone: 227-5601
Agency prevents and treats child abuse and neglect.
319-B North Graham-Hopedale Road, Burlington, NC 27217
Agency provides services for pregnant women and mothers who are struggling with drug abuse or addiction; services include counseling, case management, residential referral, transportation and childcare.
WOMEN’S RESOURCE CENTER
411-B Fifth Street, Burlington, NC 27215; Phone: 227-6900
Agency helps women and their families improve and enrich their personal and professional lives through education, support services, networking and community resources. Services include case management with regard to self-sufficiency, legal information, career exploration, and education. Programs are also provided for professional development and personal enrichment.
YMCA, ALAMANCE COUNTY COMMUNITY
1346 South Main Street, Burlington, NC 27215; Phone: 227-2061
Agency focuses work in three key areas fundamental to strengthening communities: nurturing the potential of kids, helping people live healthier, and supporting our neighbors. The agency is committed to extending its services to as broad a membership as reasonably possible. To reach that goal, Financial Assistance is available to potential members or program participants based on need and available funds.
ALAMANCE COUNTY 4-H
209-C N Graham Hopedale Rd, Burlington, NC 27217; Phone: 570-6740
4-H is a fun and educational program where youth between the ages of 5 and 19 get to “Learn by Doing.” In 4-H you can go to camp, raise an animal, do community service, develop job skills, build lifelong friendships and much more. Best of all, membership is FREE! Contact your local 4-H Agent for a list of clubs and activities.
HOSPICE & PALLIATIVE CARE CENTER OF ALA-CAS
914 Chapel Hill Road, Burlington, NC 27215; Phone: 532-0100
Hospice of Alamance has provided loving, compassionate care since 1982 to patients at the end of life, and supported their families with grief counseling and support. Care is provided in patients’ homes, area nursing homes, and the Hospice Home. Grief counseling is available at no charge for any person in the community dealing with loss, not just family members of hospice patients. Kids Path Grief and Loss 336-532-0123
803 Hermitage Road
P.O. Box 1268
Burlington, NC 27216