The Family Focus Guide helps families and individuals, in and around the Fayetteville area, find resources in our community.
If you have a service-focused organization that serves families in the Fayetteville, Cumberland County area and would like to be listed, please email us at [email protected].
Provides assistance to low-income individuals with health-related emergencies, when referred by a health care provider or human services agency. Services include a direct aid program which provides financial assistance for life-sustaining prescription drugs, medical appliances, vision exams and eyeglasses, supplies and transportation to medical centers and other medical services which the individual cannot afford. Closed for lunch from 12-1pm
Emergency financial assistance up to $200/year for prescription drugs, medical supplies, dental extractions, medical equipment, vision services, orthotics and prosthetics, and gas money for out-of-town medical appointments. Diabetic management services including monitoring clinics, classes, and exercise. Eat Smart, Move More, a program of healthy living taught to church or civic groups. Medical equipment loan: wheelchairs, walkers, bath assisting devices, bedside commodes, other. Closed for lunch from 12-1PM
CCMAP provides medications to people of all ages with chronic medical conditions who need regular prescription medication, but lack adequate income and insurance for purchasing them. Does NOT provide emergency medication.
Meals on Wheels for adults 60 and over. Minor home repair, in home-aid, telephone reassurance program, Senior companion program and Senior Health Insurance Program (SHIP) which helps to better understand medicare.
Plans, organizes, and directs structured and affordable leisure time activities for children, adults, and seniors.
Provides emergency financial assistance for rent, utilities, transportation, medication, and other emergency needs. May be able to assist with household goods and general assistance for people involved in natural disasters or house fires.
Assistance is given by appointment only.
Utilities: Must have a final notice. No deposits or re-connection fees.
Rent: the client will have to obtain the Salvation Army Rental Assistance form/W-9 form from the Salvation Army, have landlord complete them, and bring them to the scheduled appointment. Clients will not be interviewed if forms are not completed. Not able to assist with rent deposits.
Prescription: Includes blood pressure, heart, and antibiotics only. No pain or psychotropic drugs will be filled. Can only be filled once.
Furniture vouchers: only issued to individuals that have been in a fire or flood. A fire report must be provided.
The Steven A. Cohen Military Clinic provides Military Families with emergency financial assistance up to $200/ a year for prescription drugs, medical supplies, dental extractions, medical equipment, vision services, orthotics and prosthetics, and gas money for out of town appointments. Diabetic management services including, monitoring clinics, classes, and exercise. Eat Smart, Move More, a program of healthy living taught to church or civic groups. Including access to wheelchairs, walkers, bath assisting devices, bedside commodes, and other things.
The NC Foreclosure Prevention Fund helps North Carolina homeowners who are struggling to make their mortgage payments due to job loss or temporary financial hardship, such as divorce, illness, or death of a spouse. The Fund also assists returning veterans who are transitioning to civilian jobs. In addition, the Fund assists homeowners who are re-employed or on a fixed income after an eligible hardship but are earning less and unable to afford their mortgage.
For qualified homeowners, the Fund can pay your mortgage and other related expenses up to $36,000 for a maximum of 36 months.