Durham’s Continuum of Care for homeless people has many partner agencies that are providing emergency shelter, transitional housing and permanent supportive housing to homeless people. The Continuum of Care is led by the City of Durham’s Community Development Department.

Durham’s homeless housing providers include:

Alliance Behavioral Healthcare
Alliance Behavioral Healthcare coordinates a HUD supportive housing program providing permanent housing assistance, in connection with supportive services, to chronically homeless individuals and homeless families.  The overall goal is to improve and stabilize a consumer’s housing situation by providing rental assistance and services to help the consumer move towards a life of residential stability and self sufficiency. Alliance Behavioral Healthcare’s larger focus is to manage the public mental health, intellectual/ developmental disability and substance abuse services for the citizens of Durham, Wake, Cumberland and Johnston counties. 800-510-9132

In addition to a wide variety of health-related services, CAARE offers rapid re-housing assistance for single adults and transitional housing for homeless veterans. 919-683-5300

CASA enhances the lives of persons with disabilities by providing rental apartment homes that are designed to help residents overcome challenges and achieve successful living. CASA provides permanent supportive housing to formerly homeless veterans in Durham at the Denson Apartments.  919-754-9960

Durham Crisis Response Center
For more than twenty years, the Durham Crisis Response Center has been the sole provider of comprehensive shelter and support services in the Durham area to survivors and their families in the aftermath of domestic or sexual violence, providing counseling, legal advocacy, support groups, and shelter. 24-Hour Crisis Line: (919) 403-6562

The Durham Housing Authority
The Durham Housing Authority’s mission is to be a leader for affordable housing in Durham County by serving as a housing safety net, promoting individual self-sufficiency, leveraging core housing competency to support DHA’s mission, managing real estate and facilitating and participating in mixed income housing development through Development Ventures, Inc. The major goal of the Housing Authority is to provide high quality housing for Durham’s low and moderate income citizens. 919-683-1551

Families Moving Forward
Families Moving Forward offers a temporary home to families with children in the crisis of homelessness, creating paths to stability and self-sufficiency through personalized services and ongoing community support. It was created by the merger of Durham Interfaith Hospitality Network into Genesis Home at the beginning of 2016. 919-683-5878

Housing for New Hope
Housing for New Hope provides a unique continuum of care for the most needy of Durham’s citizens through outreach and crisis assistance, rapid re-housing and permanent supportive housing.  919-489-6282

TROSA is a comprehensive, long-term, residential substance abuse recovery program. TROSA is the largest state-licensed residential therapeutic community in North Carolina and is widely respected for its innovative entrepreneurial approach to the pervasive issue of substance abuse. 919-419-1059

Urban Ministries of Durham
Urban Ministries seeks to comprehensively address the emergency needs of poor, hungry, and homeless people in Durham, North Carolina. It is one of the largest providers of emergency shelter for homeless men, women, and families in Durham. 919-682-0538.  Try your luck with UMD’s  interactive social media game designed to build awareness about issues of homelessness at www.playspent.org.

USA Veterans Help
USA Veterans Help is contracted by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to provide emergency shelter to homeless veterans. 919-539-3390.

Volunteers of America
Volunteers of America is a national, nonprofit, spiritually-based organization providing local human service programs, and opportunities for individual and community involvement. In Durham, VOA operates transitional housing for homeless veterans, 919-477-0571, and a Supportive Services For Veteran Families program, 919-799-0440.

Women’s House of Hope
Women’s House of Hope is a two-bedroom house operated by New Greater Zion Wall House of Miracles Church to provide temporary shelter to women, 919- 682-3029.