Community Partners

Our mission:

To connect people to resources and build a stronger community by identifying critical needs and developing long term, measurable solutions for those needs.

EDUCATION

Vision Statement: We envision a community where everyone has the opportunity for educational, social, and emotional growth throughout their lives.

Beaufort County Police Activities League (PAL), using law enforcement involvement, utilizes innovative science and technology camps, career orientation workshops & after school programs to improve relationships between law enforcement, the community, & youth. Programs focus on all youth regardless of race or sex who are at risk of making poor life-skill decisions.

Peterson Building, Suite 2020
310 West Main Street
Washington, NC 27889, 252-923-9482
Boy Scouts of America provides scouting programs for youth 6-20 years of age including camping facilities, training programs to train youth in character, citizenship, and moral, mental, and physical fitness.

P.O. Box 1698
Kinston, NC 28503
252-522-1521
Boys and Girls Club enables young people to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens by providing a safe, positive environment, fun supportive relationships, opportunities and expectations, and recognition.
The afterschool programs include scouting, STEM programs, fitness programs, the Arts, tutoring and homework help.

1089 Bridge Street
P.O. Box 2331
Washington, NC 27889
252-833-0600
Girl Scouts – North Carolina Coastal Pines provides girls with programs dedicated to their health and well-being by focusing on courage, confidence, and character. Their Community Outreach Program address issues of self-esteem, bullying, and improving poor health habits.

6901 Pinecrest Road
Raleigh, NC 27613
919-782-3021
Higher Heights Human Services provides counseling for pregnant and parenting adolescents.

1735 Highland Avenue
Washington, NC 27889
252- 945-3089
Literacy Volunteers assists clients in their goals for employability as well as building self-confidence by improving reading, math, comprehension, and communications skills free of charge.

1385 John Small Avenue
Washington, NC 27889
252-974-1812.
Pamlico Pals provides one-on-one mentoring to at-risk youth ages 7-17.

310 West Main Street
Washington, NC 27889
252-946-0185, 252-943-4378
Purpose of God Annex helps educationally at-risk youth, as identified by schools, by providing affordable after-school and summer programs. Through Project hope, helps adults with job readiness, work ethic and work skills coaching and job opportunities.

1015 East 6th Street
Washington, NC 27889
252-974-1484

HEALTH

Vision Statement: We envision an engaged, thriving community where the easy choice is the healthy choice, health is a cornerstone for community decisions, and healthy needs are met locally and affordably.

Beaufort County Mental Health Association gives support to county residents in regional facilities, provides medications and transportation on a referral basis, and promotes mental health awareness.

P.O. Box 663
Washington, NC 27889
252-975-6601
Grace Martin Harwell Senior Center Partners provides many events, programs & activities to enhance the quality of life and promote independent living for area adults 55 & older. Programs include Aerobics, Yoga, Card Games, Computer classes, quilting & painting classes, and Tax Prep, as well as state approved "evidence based" programs such as Exercising with Arthritis, Living Healthy with Arthritis, and Chronic Disease Self Management.

310 West Main Street
Washington, NC 27889
252-975-9368
FAMILY STABILITY

Vision Statement: We envision a thriving community working together, fulfilling basic needs and creating economic opportunity for all.

American Red Cross – Greater Pamlico Chapter runs blood donor program, classes in CPR, First Aid, & Water Safety. They provide disaster assistance for residential fires and services to military personnel and their families (SAF).

135 North Market Street
Washington, NC 27889
252-946-4110

Arc of Beaufort County promotes the basic human rights of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities through Christmas programs, Special Olympics, Track & Field Day, supplies and electronics for special-ed classrooms, parental counseling, education, and advocacy.

1534 West 5th Street
Washington, NC 27889
252-945-4414
Bread of Life Food Pantry provides food assistance to those in need in Aurora and Beaufort County.

P.O. Box 186
Aurora, NC 27806
252-322-7289
252-322-3975
Eagle's Wings Food Pantry provides emergency food and referrals through Client's Choice Pantry, Eaglet Pals Back Pack Program, Homebound Program, and Mobile Pantry.

932 West Third St,
Washington, NC, 27889
252-975-1138
Food Bank of the Albemarle provides local food pantries with groceries through Mobile Pantries, Disaster Relief, school snack and backpack programs, food rescue from restaurants and grocery stores, and federal & state programs.

P.O. Box 1704
Elizabeth City, NC 27906-1704
252-335-4035.
Habitat for Humanity builds homes for low income families to purchase at greatly reduced cost.

P.O. Box 549
Washington, NC 27889
252-946-0683, 252-944-4971
REAL Crisis Intervention provides confidential, supportive counseling, information, & referrals including sexual assault program 24 hours/day as well as walk-in and off-site crisis team response services.

155 North Market Street, Suite 225
Washington, NC 27889
252-946-0294, 252-758-4357
Ruth's House – Ruth's House provides safe shelter, counseling, court advocacy, and support services for victims of domestic violence. Our focus is to assist them in taking charge of their lives and help them regain independence free from the trauma of the past.

P.O. Box 2843
Washington, NC 27889
252-940-0007
Salvation Army – provides Christ-centered comprehensive services including emergency assistance of food, clothing, rent, and utilities & lodging & furniture for fire victims.

112 East 7th Street
Washington, NC 27889
252-946-2523
Zion Shelter provides safe shelter each night for approximately 12 homeless males as well as laundry facilities and a bathroom with a shower. They also serve a free, hot nutritious meal each day to any hungry person, male or female, of any age.

114 West Martin Luther King Drive
Washington, NC 27889
252-975-1978

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