Resources For Residents of North Carolina & Robeson County

NC 2-1-1 is an information and referral service provided by United Way of North Carolina. Accessible via an easy-to-remember, three-digit number, families and individuals can call to obtain free and confidential information on health and human services and resources within their community”. (Description copied from NC 211 website.)

Ready North Carolina provides various emergency information to help people to plan, prepare, and stay informed.

Community Resource Guide to Robeson County

Eastpointe is a managed care organization (MCO) dedicated to working with individuals and families in eastern North Carolina who struggle with substance abuse, mental health and intellectual and developmental disabilities”. (Description copied from Eastpointe website.)

Monarch is a statewide provider of services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, mental illness and substance use disorders”. (Description copied from Monarch website.)

Emergency food banks and pantries in Lumberton North Carolina

Robeson Partnership for Children, Inc. “…has collaborated with local agencies to provide quality activities and resources for ALL children birth to five years of age, their families, and caregivers”. (Description copied from Robeson Partnership for Children, Inc. website.) Focus is on early childhood education.

Robeson County Housing Authority “…vision by providing affordable decent, safe, and sanitary housing opportunities to low and moderate-income families, including elderly and handicapped persons, while supporting programs to foster economic self-sufficiency. We create pathways out of homelessness through empowerment, education, and advocacy”. (Description copied from Robeson County Housing Authority website.)

Robeson County Health Department “…The Robeson County Health Department will serve all patients, offer discounted fees to those who qualify, and not deny services based on a person’s Race, Color, Sex, National Origin, Disability, Religion, Sexual Orientation, or Inability to Pay”. (Description copied from Robeson County Health Department website.)