Raleigh Rescue Mission acts as a leader to partner strategically in the work of ending homelessness and poverty. Weactively helped to develop and implement the Raleigh/Wake 10 Year Action Plan to End & Prevent Homelessness.
Campbell Law School: Justice for the Homeless Program offers legal services, while allowing law students to fulfill their social responsibility.
Centro International de Raleigh: Collaborates to care for the poor and homeless Hispanic population.
Church in the Woods: Partners with us to reach out to homeless people living in camps.
Food Bank of North Carolina: Supplies discounted food weekly for our meals.
Healing Transitions of Wake County: During White Flag seasons and other times when we reach capacity, we work together to shelter more people.
InterAct: Assists with the needs of our homeless women and children (referrals).
Jernigan & Associates: Provides dentures and partials for our clients.
My Eyes Optometry: Provides monthly eye exams and free eyeglasses.
North Carolina Association of Free Clinics: Provide medical care to our residential clients.
North Carolina Baptist Men Dental Bus Ministry: Provides a mobile dental unit to help meet the dental needs of our residential clients.
Project Access: Refers clients to specialist doctors who are willing to provide free care.
Salvation Army of Wake County: Collaborates to meet the needs of homeless women and children.
South Wilmington St. Center: Receives and sends homeless men in need of shelter and other care.
Wake Interfaith Food Shuttle: Provides food to the Mission daily.
Wake Smiles: Connects our clients to basic dental care.
Wake Technical Community College: Makes GED training possible in our on-site Adult Education Center.
Wheels For Hope: Provides eligible Mission clients with reliable, affordable vehicles.
Women’s Center of Wake County: Helps find housing and other assistance for our homeless women.
I am very grateful for what the Mission does in our community. It makes a difference.
John, Mission partner