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Resource Guide

Youth Serving Organizations in Alamance County

The purpose of this guide is to provide a comprehensive list of organizations and providers in Alamance County that serve youth (ages 12 to 19) specifically. This guide has nine sections, each with a specific focus area. The sections are listed below; organizations are listed alphabetically within each section.


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The icons below will be listed by the organization’s name to provide additional information about the organization’s confidentiality and LGBTQ+ affirming practices.


Organization self-identifies as LGBTQ+ affirming on their website.

People under the age of 18 can access certain services from this organization without the knowledge of their parent or guardian. All services received from this organization are kept confidential within the organization except under certain circumstances.
For example, Jamie (age 16) and her parent went to a clinic. When Jamie met with the provider alone, the provider told her that she could get birth control and STI screening if she wanted to. Jamie was interested in getting birth control but didn’t want her parent to know. The provider told Jamie that she can consent to getting birth control without her parent’s permission, and that the health center can keep that part of Jamie’s medical record private, so her parent won’t know that Jamie got birth control. Jamie’s medical record is kept private from other patients, and outside organizations, except under certain circumstances (for example, a court order from a judge).

People under the age of 18 need parent or guardian permission to access services from this organization. However, for all people, regardless of their age, the services received from this organization are kept confidential within the organization except under certain circumstances.
For example, Jamie (age 16) and her parent went to a clinic. When Jamie met with the provider alone, the provider took her temperature and diagnosed her with strep throat. Jamie’s parent signs a consent form to allow the provider to treat Jamie for strep throat and Jamie is prescribed medications to help. Jamie’s parent can see this prescription on Jamie’s medical record, but Jamie’s medical record is kept private from other patients, and outside organizations, except under certain circumstances (for example, a court order from a judge).

People under the age of 18 need parent or guardian permission to access services from this organization. For all people, regardless of their age, not all services received from this organization are kept confidential within the organization.
For example, Jamie (age 16) and her parent went to an organization that provides after school tutoring to students. Jamie’s parent signs Jamie up for after school tutoring. Jamie receives the tutoring help, and the organization talks with Jamie’s teacher at school about what help Jamie is receiving at their program.

HEALTH CARE

Alamance Cares 336-538-8111
https://www.alamancecares.com/
Free rapid-result testing for HIV, syphilis and hepatitis C. Free condoms, other safe sex supplies, and educational materials. Connection to treatment and PrEP services if needed. Syringe exchange program. All are eligible.

Alamance County Health Department Appointment line: 336-570-6459
Children Dental Health Center: 336-570-6415
Women, infants, and children (WIC): 336-570-6745
Care management for at risk children: 336-227-0101 ask to speak with care management coordinator
https://www.alamance-nc.com/healthdept/programs-services/appointment-information/
Offers sliding fee scale medical and behavioral health services to qualifying patients of all ages; has a waiting area specifically designed for teens. Offers sliding fee scale dental services to youth ages 0 to 21. Additionally, offers Women, Infants, and Children (WIC), a supplemental nutrition program for pregnant women, breastfeeding women who have had a baby in the last 12 months, women who have had a baby in the last 6 months, and infants, and children up to five years of age. Offers care management services for qualifying at-risk children ages zero to five. Accepts most insurance and offers sliding fee scale services to patients who are at 250% or below the federal poverty level. Need to have social security card and photo id to be seen.

Burlington Community Health Center 336-506-5840
https://piedmonthealth.org/burlington-location/
Offers medical, dental, pharmacy and nutrition services to all ages at low-cost for qualifying patients. Also offers care management, social work, crisis intervention, community referrals, short-term counseling, patient, and family education as well as substance abuse referrals. Sees patients of all ages. Sliding fee scale is available to all, regardless of income. List of accepted insurance plans can be found here, as well as what is required to bring to appointment.

Burlington Family Practice 336-584-3100
https://www.conehealth.com/locations/profile/burlington-family-practice/
Offers medical services to patients of all ages. Sees patients of all ages. List of accepted insurance plans can be found here

Burlington Pediatrics West Webb Avenue: 336-228-8316
Church St: 336-524-0304
Mebane: 919-563-0202
https://burlingtonpeds.com/
Has three locations in Alamance County, offers medical care for infants, children, adolescents, and young adults. Accepts new patients ages 0 to 18. List of accepted insurance plans can be found here.

Charles Drew Community Health Center 336-570-3739
https://www.alamancecares.com/
Offers medical, dental, pharmacy and nutrition services to all ages at low-cost for qualifying patients. Also offers care management, social work, crisis intervention, community referrals, short-term counseling, patient, and family education as well as substance abuse referrals. Sees patients of all ages. Sliding fee scale is available to all, regardless of income. List of accepted insurance plans can be found here, as well as what is required to bring to appointment.

Cone Health Alamance Regional Medical Center 336-538-7000
https://www.conehealth.com/locations/alamance-regional/
Offers medical and behavioral health services, as well as a variety of specialty services including medication management clinic and home health care providers. Sees patients of all ages. List of accepted insurance plans can be found here.

Cone Health Home Care Providers at Alamance Regional Medical Center 336-538-8557
https://www.conehealth.com/services/senior-care/homecare-providers/
Provides community alternatives programs for children, as well as HIV-related services. Sees patients over the age of 18. List of accepted insurance plans can be found here.

Cone Health Pediatric Rehabilitation Center at Burlington 336-278-8700
https://www.conehealth.com/locations/profile/pediatric-rehabilitation-at-burlington/
Provides pediatric rehabilitation services including physical, occupational and speech therapy in the Burlington/Alamance County area. Sees pediatric patients. List of accepted insurance plans can be found here.

Cornerstone Medical Center 336-538-0565
https://www.conehealth.com/locations/profile/cornerstone-medical-center/
Offers primary care services, as well as specialty services to patients over the age of five. Sees patients of all ages. List of accepted insurance plans can be found here.

Crissman Family Practice 336-226-2448
https://www.conehealth.com/locations/profile/crissman-family-practice/
Offers primary care services for patients of all ages. Sees patients of all ages. List of accepted insurance plans can be found here.

Duke Primary Care - Mebane 919-525-3639
https://www.dukehealth.org/locations/duke-primary-care-mebane
Offers care for infants, children, adolescents, and adults. Sees patients of all ages. List of accepted insurance plans can be found here.

Elon Health Services 336-278-7230
https://www.elon.edu/u/health-wellness/health-services/
Offers medical services for Elon students, including gynecologic services, preventative care, physicals, vaccinations; has limited on-site prescription dispensing and prescription delivery service to local pharmacies. Available exclusively for Elon students, faculty, and staff. Most student visits are free of charge and faculty/staff visits are $10. Additional information can be found here

Encompass Women’s Care 336-538-0089
http://www.encompasswomenscare.com/
Offers OB GYN and primary care to female patients ages 13 and older. Sees women ages 13 and older. List of accepted insurance plans can be found here.

H.O.P.E Clinic Health Outreach Program of Elon 336-278-6399
https://www.elon.edu/u/academics/health-sciences/dpt/hope-clinic/hours-contact/
Offers physical therapy services for patients of any age who are uninsured or underinsured. Sees patients of all ages. Serves patients with no insurance, patients who are on Medicare and exhaust all PT benefits, or be on Medicaid and exhaust all PT benefits.

Kernodle Clinic – Burlington 336-538-1234
https://www.kernodle.com/locations/burlington/
Located within the Alamance Regional Medical center; offers primarily specialty services to patients of all ages including cardiology, obstetrics and gynecology and physical therapy. Sees patients of all ages. List of accepted insurance plans can be found here

Kernodle Clinic – Elon 336-538-2314
https://www.kernodle.com/locations/burlington/
Offers family medicine and pediatric medicine with inpatient, outpatient, and nursery services. Sees patients of all ages. List of accepted insurance plans can be found here.

Kernodle Clinic – Mebane 919-563-2500
https://www.kernodle.com/locations/mebane/
Offer family medicine and pediatrics as well other specialties including cardiology, endocrinology, internal medicine etc. Sees patients of all ages. List of accepted insurance plans can be found here.

LeBauer HealthCare at Burlington Station 336-584-5659
https://www.lebauer.com/lebauer-practice-location/lebauer-healthcare-at-burlington/
Offers primary care and behavioral health services to patients of all ages. Sees patients of all ages. List of accepted insurance plans can be found here.

Mebane Medical Clinic 919-563-3007
https://www.conehealth.com/locations/profile/mebane-medical-clinic/
Offers primary care services to patients ages 18 and older. Sees patients of all ages. List of accepted insurance plans can be found here.

Medication Management Clinic at Alamance Regional Medical Center 336-538-8440
https://www.conehealth.com/locations/alamance-regional/community-partners/medication-management-clinic/
Provides free medications, medication therapy counseling and disease management counseling to qualified individuals over the age of 18. Sees patients age 18 or older. List of accepted insurance plans can be found here.

Open Door Clinic 336-570-9800
https://opendoorclinic.net/
Offers free healthcare services to qualifying individuals over the age of 18. Services include medical care, eye care, dental care, pharmacy services and mental health services. Sees patients age 18 or older who are an Alamance County resident and has a gross income at 150% or below the federal poverty level. Certain documents are required to be seen; a completed list can be found here.

Scott Community Health Center 336-421-3247
https://piedmonthealth.org/scott-location/
Offers medical, dental, pharmacy and nutrition services to all ages at low-cost for qualifying patients. Also offers care management, social work, crisis intervention, community referrals, short-term counseling, patient, and family education as well as substance abuse referrals. Sees patients of all ages. Sliding fee scale is available to all, regardless of income. List of accepted insurance plans can be found here, as well as what is required to bring to appointment.

South Graham Medical Center 336-570-0344
https://www.conehealth.com/locations/profile/south-graham-medical-center/
Offers primary care services for patients ages 10 and older. Sees patients ages 10 and older. Sliding fee scale is available to all, regardless of income.List of accepted insurance plans can be found here.

Sylvan Community Health Center 336-506-0631
https://piedmonthealth.org/sylvan-location/
Offers medical services to all ages at low-cost for qualifying patients. Based out of Sylvan Elementary school. Sees patients of all ages. List of accepted insurance plans can be found here, as well as what is required to bring to appointment.

Westside OB-GYN Center 336-538-1880
https://www.conehealth.com/locations/profile/westside-obgyn-center/
Has two locations in Alamance County, one in Burlington and one in Mebane. Both offer OBGYN care for patients of all ages. Sees female patients ages 15 and older. List of accepted insurance plans can be found here.

UNC Primary Care -Mebane 919-563-2896
https://www.uncpn.com/pn/practices-locations/alamance-county/unc-primary-care-mebane/
Offers physicals, preventative care, pediatric care, in-office procedures, management of chronic health conditions, sick visits, nutrition counseling, women’s health, immunizations, and adolescent health visits to patients of all ages. Sees patients of all ages. List of accepted insurance plans can be found here.

MENTAL HEALTH AND SUBSTANCE USE

Alcohol and Drug Services 336-601-8922
https://adsyes.org/
Provides educational services to youth to all ages. These programs focus on preventing and delaying the onset of substance use in youth. Treatment services are available for people over the age of 18. Educations programs are provided to youth of all ages and families in community and school settings. More information can be found here. Treatments services can be paid for by insurance or through self-pay.

The Alamance Academy 336-350-8169
http://www.thealamance.academy/home.html
Provides residential level services for boys and girls, as well as mental health and substance use assessment, individual support services, a substance abuse intensive outpatient program and outpatient therapy for children, youth, and adults. Serves people ages 5 and older. Only accepts certain Medicaid plans (includes Vaya Health, Partners, Alliance Health, Sandhills plans). If uninsured, has some state funds to offset the cost of treatment. Photo id is required to access certain services.

Alamance Regional Psychiatric Associates 336-586-3795
https://www.conehealth.com/locations/profile/alamance-regional-psychiatric-associates/
Provides innovative, evidence-based behavioral health care for children, adolescents, and adults. Outpatient services include individual and group therapy, family and couples therapy, children’s therapy, dialectical and behavioral therapy group, veterans’ therapy, life skills education and medication management. Serves people of all ages. List of accepted insurance plans can be found here.

All God’s Children of Burlington, LLC 336-227-9594
https://www.ncdps.gov/juvenile-justice/service-directory/all-gods-children
All God's Children of Burlington, LLC is a residential treatment facility for females ages 8-18. AGC provides mental health services which include weekly therapy, medication management, and 24/7 supervision for consumers that may have but not limited to mental health diagnoses, DSS/court involvement, and behavior issues. Serves females ages 8 to 18 who have Medicaid.

Amethyst Consulting & Treatment Solutions, PLLC 336-674-9781
http://www.amethystcares.com/
Offers a broad range of psychotherapy and clinical services for individuals, couples, and families. Services include outpatient therapy, multisystemic therapy, substance abuse treatment, case management services, intensive outpatient services, and group therapy. Serves youth ages 10 to 18; accepts Medicaid, Health Coice, Medicare, UHC, BCBS, Aetna, UMR, Tricare and self-pay. Sliding fee scale may be available for some services. Client/guardian photo id are required for youth to access services.

Andrews Counseling and Consulting, PLLC 919-214-0862 or 704-451-1904
https://www.andrewscounselpllc.com/
Offers family counseling, individual counseling, and youth sexual offender evaluations to children, adolescents, and adults. Offers services to children, adolescents, and adults. Accepts most insurances including Medicaid. Call for additional eligibility requirements. 

Cardinal Innovations Phone: 336-513-4222
Crisis number: 1-800-939-5911
https://www.cardinalinnovations.org/
Offers mental health services, intellectual/developmental disability services, substance use/addiction services for people of all ages with Medicaid, who are uninsured or underinsured. Serves individuals of all ages who have Medicaid or who are uninsured or underinsured. 

Cheryl E. Lawson, MA, LCMHC 336-221-8813 or 336-446-9230
https://www.cherylelawson.com/
Offers psychoeducation and individual therapy services for children, adolescents, and adults. See patients of all ages. List of accepted insurance plans can be found here.

Falcon Crest 336-226-2575
https://www.ncdps.gov/juvenile-justice/service-directory/falcon-crest-0
Residential group home for males ages 14 to 18 for mental health and substance use treatment and support. Serves males ages 14 to 18 who have Medicaid or Health Choice.

Family Solutions, PLLC 336-899-8800
https://www.famsolutions.org/
Offers individual and group counseling to children, adolescents, and adults. See patients of all ages. List of accepted insurance plans can be found here.

Kids Path – Hospice of the Piedmont 336-889-8446
https://www.hospiceofthepiedmont.org/programs/kids-path/
Program designed to meet the special needs of children and teens (ages birth to 18) who are diagnosed with any life-limiting illness. Also offers grief counseling for children and teens who have experienced the death of a loved one. Serves patients ages 0 to 18; accepts private insurance, Medicaid and other third-party payment for medical services. However, care is provided regardless of financial circumstances.

New Possibilities Home for Children 336-261-3427 or 336-437-2645
https://www.ncdps.gov/juvenile-justice/service-directory/new-possibilities-home-children
A residential treatment facility for females ages 12 to 18. Offers treatment for youth experiencing mental illness, emotional disturbances, suffering from minimal substance abuse/sexual abuse or trauma. Provides a very diverse therapeutic environment that focuses on enhancing self-control, communication, life, social and recreational skills. Serves females ages 12 to 18 who have Medicaid.

Pinnacle Family Services 336-229-4624
https://pinnaclefamilyservices.com/
Offers behavioral and mental health services to children and their families. Offers home-based Family Centered Treatment for youth with mental health diagnoses as well as histories of delinquent behavior. Also offers programs for foster youth and foster parents that help children develop positive relationships and resiliency. Serves children and their families; accepts Medicaid Direct and Health Choice.

Psychotherapeutic Services 336-538-6990
https://www.psychotherapeuticservices.com/
Offers mobile crisis management, community support networks, psychiatric management, substance abuse services, coordination of primary care, and family education, support, and consultation for eligible individuals. Serves people ages 18 and older who have Medicaid or qualify for state funding.

Residential Treatment Services of Alamance 336-227-7417
https://www.rtsalamance.org/
Offers non-hospital detoxification, facility-based crisis services, residential services to alcoholics and addicts, residential services to individuals with mental illness to participants over the age of 18. Serves people ages 18 and older who are uninsured or have Medicaid; a photo ID or social security card is required to receive services.

RHA Health Services Inc. 336-229-5905
https://rhahealthservices.org/our-locations/north-carolina/
Offers comprehensive clinical assessments, outpatient therapy, advance access crisis support, peer support, Intensive in-home services, community support team, medication management to eligible individuals. Serves people of all ages who have Medicaid. Photo id may be required to access certain services.

CHILD, ADOLESCENT & FAMILY WELL-BEING

Alamance County Department of Social Services 336-570-6532
https://www.alamance-nc.com/dss/
Offers a variety of services of adults, youths, and families. Youth and family specific services include assistance in paying for childcare, child support services, economic services, health insurance to uninsured children and adolescents whose families do not qualify for Medicaid, adoption services, child protective services, and foster care. Serves people of all ages with a variety of services. In general, services require Medicaid, Medicare or certain income requirements. 

Alamance County Community YMCA 336-395-9622
https://www.acymca.org/
Faith-based organization that offers after school, summer, and holiday camp activities for youth. Offers fitness activities for adults and family programs as well. Services are available for YMCA members and non-members. All services require payment; financial assistance is available to reduce fees but not eliminate them.

Alamance County Partnership for Children 336-513-0063
http://www.alamancechildren.org/
Offers parent support groups, weekly facilitated playgroups and literacy programs for children from the ages of birth to five years old, pre-kindergarten for qualifying families, and an outdoor learning environment open daily to all. Offers free parenting programs, weekly facilitated playgroups, referrals to childcare programs, and an outdoor learning environment. Offers pre-kindergarten to certain qualifying families; eligibility requirements vary. More information can be found here. 

Boy Scouts of America Old North State Council https://beascout.scouting.org/
Offers opportunities for both girls and boys ages 6 to 20 to participate in leadership building, educational programs. Youth ages 6 to 20 are eligible; there is a cost to join.

Children’s Home Society of North Carolina 1-800-632-1400
https://www.chsnc.org/
Provides parental education and youth programming. Youth programming includes Wise Guys program which engages middle and high school boys about healthy choices in their relationships. Youth programming also includes the Say So program, which is a statewide association of youth who have been in the out-of-home care system in NC. Say So is a platform for youth to share their experiences and a support group and education resource for teens. Also offers adoption and foster care. Training for parents is provided at a cost. Youth programming is provided in school or within community-based settings with no additional cost to the youth involved.

City Gate Dream Center 336-438-1463
https://citygatedreamcenter.com/
A hub of community activity for adults, youths, and families. Youth specific programming includes after school care, community groups for middle schoolers and high schoolers, Latinx leadership group, student advocacy group and elementary age day camp once a month. Majority of programming is free and has no eligibility requirements except age or grade of youth. There exist some fees for youth soccer club but those can be waived if it will cause financial strain on the family.

CrossRoads Sexual Assault Response and Resource Center 24/7 Crisis Line: 336-228-0360
https://www.crossroadscares.org/
Provides free and confidential services to child and adult survivors of sexual assault, maltreatment, and human trafficking through counseling, advocacy, child medical treatment, education, and community awareness. All services provided are free and confidential, regardless of a person’s age.

Family Abuse Services Office line: 336-226-5982
24/7 Crisis Line: 336-226-5985
24/7 Spanish Crisis Line: 336-264-2935
Housing Division: 336-264-6548
https://www.familyabuseservices.org/
Provides direct services to people currently or formerly experiencing intimate partner violence including crisis intervention, support groups, court advocacy, emotional support, supervised visits, population-specific services (Latinx communities and older adult populations *50+*) and short term emergency housing. Provides community education to elementary and middle-school students, as well as outreach services. Also has a housing division that assists those experiencing homelessness. FAS also provides community & educational training opportunities.

Friendship Adult Day 336-222-9966
http://friendshipadultday.com/
Adult day program for people ages 18 and over for adult experiencing health problems or isolation factors. Participant must be 18 years or older. There is a cost associated with assessing these services; call for additional information on eligibility requirements. 

Girl Scouts Carolinas Peaks to Piedmont 1-800-672-2148
https://www.girlscoutsp2p.org/en/about-girl-scouts/our-council/about-us.html
Offers opportunities for girls in grades K-12 to participate in leadership building and educational programs. Girls ages 5 to 18 are eligible; there is a cost to join. Information about financial assistance can be found here.

HER Community 336-534-1568
http://www.hercommunity.org/
Faith-based organization who offer personal development courses, scholarships, mentorship, and resources for pregnant and parenting adolescents. Supports girls up to their 21st birthday who are pregnancy and parenting. No cost or required documentation associated with the services.

LatinxED 919-962-6313
https://latinxed.org/
LatinxEd is an educational initiative in NC providing targeted, multi-year support to Latinx students and immigrant families striving for higher education and greater opportunity. Programs at provided at no cost to youth and do not require documentation to participate.

North Carolina Cooperative Extension Center – Alamance County 336-570-6740
https://alamance.ces.ncsu.edu/
Offers youth programs such as 4-H activities, clubs, and camps. Available for youth ages 5 to 18. 4-H membership is free but some small fees may be charged for some events. No documents are required to register.

PFLAG Alamance  336-584-8722
https://pflagalamance.org/
This chapter of PFLAG provides support for parents who have just learned that their child is gay, and for the LGBTQ persons who want desperately to have their parents and family understand. They provide educational materials to enable families to understand each other, and they advocate for civil rights and against harassment and bullying. They provide group and individual support to parents of LGBTQ individuals, as well as to the LGBTQ individuals themselves. Programs at provided at no cost to youth and do not require documentation to participate.

Positive Attitude Youth Center 336-222-6066
https://www.positiveattitudeyc.com/
Faith-based organization that provides education, recreation, health and life-skill opportunities for children and young adults. Offers school, day care, after school, recreational sports, and summer enrichment activities. Also offers Teen Achievers, a program for children ages 13 to 18 who are court-ordered juveniles or at-risk youth that provides social-emotional support and life skills to navigate their challenging circumstances. There are fees associated with school, day care, after school, recreational sports, summer enrichment activities and teen achievers program. For school enrollment, questions about citizenship are included in the application.

Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club 336-226-4462
https://www.salvationarmycarolinas.org/bgcalamance/
Faith-based organization that offers afterschool and summer programs, and sports leagues for children and adolescents. There are fees associated with afterschool, summer, and sports programs for youth. Application asks questions about annual household income

Special Olympics of North Carolina - Alamance County 336-570-6760
https://sonc.net/local-programs/alamance-county/
Based out of Alamance County Parks & Recreation, Special Olympics serves nearly 400 children and adults with intellectual disabilities from throughout the county. Training and competition programs are offered in 16 sports year-round, and offers athletes the chance to participate in athlete leadership opportunities. Open to all people ages eight and older with an intellectual disability as identified by a medical agency or professional.

The Exchange Club Family Center 336-227-5601
https://exchangefcp.com/
Offers parenting classes, parental aide services, case management and support for young parents, mentoring support for at-risk youth, in-home counseling support and intensive family preservation. Open to all people of all ages. Accepts Medicaid but also is grant based to provide services free to charge for eligible individuals.

Young Lives of Alamance County 336-513-5300
https://alamancecounty.younglife.org/
Faith-based organization offering activities, summer camp and support to young people. Works with youth under the age of 18. There are fees associated with camp programs for youth. 

EDUCATIONAL, VOCATIONAL & LEGAL SERVICES

Alamance-Burlington School System 336-570-6060
https://www.abss.k12.nc.us/
Provides public and special education to youth K-12; also offers pre-k. Offers homeless liaison services for homeless youth and their families. Offers migrant education programs for migrant youth and their families. Schools are accessible to all Alamance county residents. Parents must provide a photo ID, and evidence of living in Alamance county. Youth must have document with date of birth listed on it. Click here for additional details on enrollment requirements.

Alamance Community College 336-578-2002
https://www.alamancecc.edu/
Offers continuing education opportunities. Offers classes on adult education, GED preparation, and English as a Second Language. Associate degrees, diplomas, and certificates are available in a variety of fields. Adult literacy services and Career & College promise programs, and English for Speakers of Other Languages Program are free of charge. Degree and workforce development classes have a cost associated with them; financial aid is available depending on eligibility. Some documentation is required for student enrollment (residency status, proof of age, transcripts etc.)

Alamance Youth Leadership Academy 
Contact information is dependent on what middle school the youth attends
https://www.alamancechamber.com/ac-program/alamance-youth-leadership-academy/
A leadership program offered at a variety of middle schools in Alamance County; it’s goal is to empower youth through the connections of civic engagement and leadership development for a greater Alamance County. No cost associated with participation. Youth must be enrolled in certain schools within Alamance county to be eligible (list of schools can be found here). 

Allied Churches of Alamance County 336-229-0881
https://alliedchurches.org/home-page
Operates an emergency shelter for adults and families, as well as a weekday lunch and dinner meal program accessible to all without restrictions. Also operates Empowerments Center which offers phone and computer access, assistance with job searches and writing resumes, and referrals for employment and housing, food, health services, and other needs. To access shelter, must go through coordinated assessment for emergency crisis housing except in cases of inclement weather. Empowerment center and meal program has no eligibility requirements.

Alternative Learning Center 

https://www.alternativelearningcenternc.com/

Provides professional trainings, community education, and translation services. Contact for cost and additional eligibility requirements.

Centro La Communidad 336-222-6868
https://www.catholiccharitiesraleigh.org/burlington
The Latinx family center of Catholic Charities that offers information and referral services, goal-oriented case management, immigration legal services, employment services, disaster response services, community workshops, and advocacy for individuals of lower-income over the age of 18. Participants must be 18 or over to access these services or come with their parent or guardian to access these services. 

Elon Academy
336-278-6109
https://www.elon.edu/u/academics/access-and-success/elon-academy/
A non-profit college access and success program for academically promising high school students in Alamance County with a financial need and/or no family history of college. Students must be ninth graders, living in Alamance county, have limited financial resources and /or no family history of 4-year college attendance, and demonstrate “academic promise” to apply. There is not cost associated with applying or participating in the program.

Elon University
336-278-2000
https://www.elon.edu/
Private university that offers undergraduate degrees, as well as graduate degrees in business, communications, education, health sciences and law. Application and attendance to Elon has a cost associated with them; financial aid is available depending on eligibility. Some documentation is required to apply (high school transcripts). Some documentation is required for student enrollment (residency status, proof of age, physical, immunization records etc.)

Excel Christian Academy and Afterschool Program
336-229-1982
https://www.theebenezerchurch.com/eca
Serves three- to twelve-year-olds; provides children and parents with comprehensive education through rigorous academic programming within the context of a faith based center. There is a cost associated with enrollment in both the school and afterschool programs. Some documentation is required for student enrollment (proof of age, physical, immunization records etc.)

Gender and LGBTQIA Center of Elon University 336-278-7285
https://www.elon.edu/u/glc/
Partners across campus and community to support, advocate, and educate around gender and LGBTQIA identities to create an inclusive campus community of equity, justice, and academic excellence for students, employees, alumni and community members. All events and education sessions have no eligibility requirements or cost to attend.

Goodwill Industries of Central North Carolina Burlington Center: 336-417-5990
Greensboro Center: 336-544-5305
https://www.triadgoodwill.org/train/
Along with stores and donation centers whose sales support job training in the community, Goodwill Industries’ provides career development services. Burlington Career center is currently closed due to COVID but the Greensboro center is open. Career development services are provided free of charge; there are no eligibility requirements to access these services. Certain certification courses have a cost associated with them.

Legal Aid NC 1-866-219-5262
https://www.legalaidnc.org/
Provides free legal help to low-income North Carolinians in civil cases involving basic human needs like safety, shelter, income and more. Services are provided free of charge to eligible individuals. Eligibility is determined by participant’s income and legal need.

NC Works Nextgen 336-629-5141
https://next.ncworks.gov/
Offers one-on-one counseling to support young adults ages 16 to 24 through educational achievement services and employment services. There is no cost and no documentation requirements associated with accessing services.

OE Enterprises 336-513-4400
http://oeenterprises.org/project-search/
Offers onsite internship experience that leads to competitive employment for young adults ages 18 to 22 with developmental disabilities. Also offers pre-employment transition services for young adults ages 18 to 22 with developmental disabilities. To be eligible, must have completed requirements for a high school diploma or certificate of completion, be aged 18 to 22 years old and be eligible to receive vocational rehabilitation services, which usually includes being diagnosed with a mental or physical impairment that presents a substantial barrier to employment.

Operation XCEL – Homework Afterschool Program
336-338-3384
https://operationxcel.org/what-we-do/afterschool-program.html
Offers reading and math tutoring and afterschool enrichment for middle school students; located in Gibsonville, Stokesdale, High Point and Greensboro. Eligible for 6th through 8th graders with parental consent; there is no cost associated with this service. However, the student must enroll in afterschool help, which can be done here.

Vocational Rehabilitation Services - NCDHHS 336-570-6855
https://www.ncdhhs.gov/divisions/vocational-rehabilitation-services/vocational-rehabilitation-local-offices
Helps people with disabilities achieve their goals for employment and independence. Participants must have a documented physical, sensory, mental, emotional, or learning disability and be interested in seeking employment. Many vocational rehabilitation services are free of charge for eligible individuals.

Women’s Resource Center
336-227-6900
https://wrcac.org/
Offers financial literacy, career development, and self-esteem workshops, as well as mentorship to support women in Alamance County. Also offers a workshop on puberty to promote mother-daughter communication. All services are provided free of charge to folks who identify as women.

JUSTICE AND SAFETY

Family Justice Center of Alamance County 336-570-6019
https://www.alamance-nc.com/fjc/
Provides a variety of services and support for victims of family violence and elder abuse. Services include: safety planning, assistance with shelter, obtaining a protective order, court advocacy and accompaniment, support groups, legal assistance, child protective services, supervised visitation, financial assistance enrollment, job readiness, budget counseling, coaching and mentoring. Routinely serve people ages 16 and older; can see younger clients on a case-by-case basis. All services are provided free of charge; there are no eligibility requirements to access these services.

North Carolina Department of Public Safety – Juvenile Justice https://www.ncdps.gov/juvenile-justice
Uses evidence-based and effective prevention, treatment, education, and accountability-based sanctions for in graduated levels for at-risk and delinquent youth. Services are assessable to all people under the age of 18 who are involved in the justice system. Most services are covered by state funds, private insurance or Medicaid.

North Carolina Families United 828-291-3079 or 336-395-8828
https://www.ncfamiliesunited.org/
Assists youth and families to obtain the services recommended by the court counselors and or courts. Offers mental health assessment and treatment for youth. Offers leadership development for young adults by offering skills and involvement in decision-making and advocacy work. Helps connect the family/youth to resources that may be needed to help them be successful in the community and to help diffuse the crisis at hand. There is not cost associated with any of the services offered. They offer services to a children, adolescents and adults.

North Carolina Guardian Ad Litem (800) 982-4041
https://volunteerforgal.org/menus/home.html
In tandem with the North Carolina Judicial branch, guardian ad litem provides community volunteers who are appointed, along with an attorney, by a district court judge to investigate and determine the needs of maltreated and neglected children within the court system. The Guardian Ad Litem program can only be involved when a petition alleging child abuse, neglect or dependency is filed by the Department of Social Services. The services are provided at no additional cost to the youth involved.

Roots and Wings Community Service and Restitution of Alamance
336-350-7883 or 336-592-9181
https://www.ncdps.gov/juvenile-justice/service-directory/roots-wings-alamance-county-programs-roots-wings-community
Offers opportunity to youth ages 6 to 17 to be accountable for their actions by completing community service hours and, when applicable, those hours ear restitution which is paid directly to the victim(s) of their crimes. Youth must be between 6 and 17 years old and be involved in the NC justice system; the program is free of charge for youth participants. 

Roots and Wings Teen Court of Alamance 336-350-7883 or 336-592-9181
https://www.ncdps.gov/juvenile-justice/service-directory/roots-wings-alamance-county-programs-roots-wings-teen-court
Court for referred youth ages 11 to 18 who are tried and sentenced by a jury of their peers. Youth volunteers serve as defense attorney, prosecutor, clerk of court, or juror while adult volunteers serve as judges and trainers. Sentencing could range from community service hours, earning restitution, writing letters of apology to victims, attending life skills workshops and/or performing jury duties on future cases. Youth must be between 11 and 18 years old and be involved in the NC justice system; the program is free of charge for youth participants.

Selfless Foundation Inc 336-285-0998
https://www.selflessusa.org/
Offers community-based services for young adults (ages 15 to 21) who are involved in foster care, juvenile justice, and mental health systems. Services promote self-sufficiency, employment, higher education opportunities, vocational training/job readiness skills, financial and health literacy. You must be between 15 and 21 years old and be involved in foster care, juvenile justice or have a mental health diagnosis. Services are available at a cost; accepts Medicare, Medicaid and self-pay.

HOUSING

Alamance Rescue Mission 336-229-4096 or 336-228-0782
https://www.piedmontrescuemission.org/rehabilitation-for-men/
Offers a faith-based residential program for homeless or disadvantaged men over the age of 18. Services are offered free of charge; residents must be over the age of 18.

Andrews Properties 336-212-5370
Property management company offering apartment rentals and a boarding house in Alamance county. Must be 18 years or older or an emancipated minor; eligibility requirements change, call for more details.

Andy Albright Properties 336-227-4467 or 336-792-0162
http://www.andyalbrightproperties.com/
Property management companies with rentals located throughout Alamance county. Must be 18 years or older or an emancipated minor; eligibility requirements change, call for more details. 

Apartment Dynamics336-884-8853
https://aptdynamics.com/
Property management company offering apartment rentals in Alamance county. Must be 18 years or older or an emancipated minor; eligibility requirements change, call for more details.

Auburn Trace Apartments 336-584-5212
http://www.evergreenconstructionco.com/properties/auburn-trace/
Offers affordable housing options; applicants must be at least 18 years old or an emancipated minor and meet income eligibility requirements. Must be 18 years or older or an emancipated minor; eligibility requirements change, call for more details.

Beaumont Apartments 336-227-5606
https://pkmanagement.com/
Offers affordable housing options; applicants must be at least 18 years old or an emancipated minor and meet income eligibility requirements. Must be 18 years or older or an emancipated minor; eligibility requirements change, call for more details.

Brighton Place 919-563-2001
https://affordablehousingonline.com/housing-search/North-Carolina/Mebane/Brighton-Place-Apartments/10047001
Offers affordable housing options; applicants must be 18 years or older and meet income eligibility requirements. Must be 18 years or older or an emancipated minor; eligibility requirements change, call for more details.

Burlington Housing Authority 336-226-8421
https://www.burlingtonha.org/
Offers affordable housing options; applicants must be 18 years or older and meet income eligibility requirements. Must be 18 years or older or an emancipated minor; eligibility requirements change, call for more details.

Cannon Place 336-221-8002
https://affordablehousingonline.com/housing-search/North-Carolina/Graham/Cannon-Place/10076587
Offers affordable housing options in Graham, NC. Applicants must be 18 years or older and meet income eligibility requirements. Must be 18 years or older or an emancipated minor; eligibility requirements change, call for more details.

Cedar Ridge Apartments 336-578-4133
http://www.evergreenconstructionco.com/properties/cedar-ridge-apartments/
Offers affordable housing options; applicants must be at least 18 years old or an emancipated minor and meet income eligibility requirements. Must be 18 years or older or an emancipated minor; eligibility requirements change, call for more details.

Clapp Investments, Ltd 336-228-6461
Property management company offering rentals throughout Alamance county. Must be 18 years or older or an emancipated minor; eligibility requirements change, call for more details.

Colony Apartments 336-227-7521
https://www.facebook.com/ColonyAPTS/about/
Offers affordable housing options; applicants must be at least 18 years old or an emancipated minor and meet income eligibility requirements. Must be 18 years or older or an emancipated minor; eligibility requirements change, call for more details.

DeBoer & Gabriel Properties Inc 336-534-8706
Property management company in Alamance county. Must be 18 years or older or an emancipated minor; eligibility requirements change, call for more details.

Deerfield Crossing 919-304-5402
https://broadmanagementgroup.com/property/mebane-nc/deerfield-crossing/
Offers affordable housing options in Mebane, NC. Applicants must be at least 18 years old or an emancipated minor and meet income eligibility requirements. Must be 18 years or older or an emancipated minor; eligibility requirements change, call for more details.

Elmwood Apartments336-229-4046
https://elmwood-apartment-building.business.site/
Offers affordable housing options; applicants must be at least 18 years old or an emancipated minor and meet income eligibility requirements. Must be 18 years or older or an emancipated minor; eligibility requirements change, call for more details.

Faulkner Real Estate 336-227-0606
Property management company offering rentals in Graham. Must be 18 years or older or an emancipated minor; eligibility requirements change, call for more details.

Garrett White 336-226-0250 or 336-578-8659
Landlord offering rentals in Alamance county. Must be 18 years or older or an emancipated minor; eligibility requirements change, call for more details.

Graham Housing Authority 336-229-7041
https://grahamhanc.com/
Offers affordable housing options; applicants must be at least 18 years old or an emancipated minor and meet income eligibility requirements. Must be 18 years or older or an emancipated minor; eligibility requirements change, call for more details.

Graham Village Apartments 336-226-7155
https://www.greystonerents.com/communities/graham-village/ 
Offers affordable housing options; applicants must be at least 18 years old or an emancipated minor and meet income eligibility requirements. Must be 18 years or older or an emancipated minor; eligibility requirements change, call for more details.

Gus Perolta 336-260-9174
Landlord offering rentals in Alamance county. Must be 18 years or older or an emancipated minor; eligibility requirements change, call for more details.

Huey Real Estate Company 336-227-0167
https://hueyrealestatenc.com/
Offers affordable housing options in Alamance county. Applicants must be at least 18 years old or an emancipated minor and meet income eligibility requirements. Must be 18 years or older or an emancipated minor; eligibility requirements change, call for more details.

Joel Martin Properties 336-516-0487 or 336-516-0488
Offers a boarding house in Alamance county. Must be 18 years or older or an emancipated minor; eligibility requirements change, call for more details.

John Brewer 336-222-0738 
Landlord offering rentals in Alamance county. Must be 18 years or older or an emancipated minor; eligibility requirements change, call for more details.

Jordan Properties 336-376-2122
http://www.rivermillvillage.com/
Property management company providing boarding accommodations, as well as home and apartment rentals in Saxapahaw, NC. Must be 18 years or older or an emancipated minor; eligibility requirements change, call for more details.

Jose Pacheco 336-228-0146
Operates a boarding house in Alamance county. Must be 18 years or older or an emancipated minor; eligibility requirements change, call for more details.

Lakeside Apartments 336-229-4046
https://westminstercompany.com/property/lakeside-apartments/
Offers affordable housing options; applicants must be at least 18 years old or an emancipated minor and meet income eligibility requirements. Must be 18 years or older or an emancipated minor; eligibility requirements change, call for more details.

Lewis Franklin 336-226-7404 or 336-260-8568
Landlord offering rentals in Alamance county. Must be 18 years or older or an emancipated minor; eligibility requirements change, call for more details.

Mebane Mill Lofts 919-568-9176
https://mebanemilllofts.com/
Offers affordable housing options in Mebane, NC. Applicants must be at least 18 years old or an emancipated minor and meet income eligibility requirements. Must be 18 years or older or an emancipated minor; eligibility requirements change, call for more details.

Norfolk Village 336-229-4010 or 336-226-1818
http://www.beacon-nc.com/NorfolkVillage.htm
Offers affordable housing options in Graham, NC. Applicants must be at least 18 years old or an emancipated minor and meet income eligibility requirements. Accepts section 8 housing vouchers. Must be 18 years or older or an emancipated minor; eligibility requirements change, call for more details.

Oakwood Apartments 919-563-2796
https://www.oakwood-apts.com/
Offers affordable housing options; applicants must be at least 18 years old or an emancipated minor and meet income eligibility requirements. Must be 18 years or older or an emancipated minor; eligibility requirements change, call for more details.

Oneida Mill Lofts 336-221-8002
https://www.oneidamills.com/
Offers affordable housing options in Graham, NC. Applicants must be at least 18 years old or an emancipated minor and meet income eligibility requirements. Must be 18 years or older or an emancipated minor; eligibility requirements change, call for more details.

Quality Property Management 336-228-1015
https://www.qpmnc.com/
Property management company that offers home and apartment rentals in Alamance county. Must be 18 years or older or an emancipated minor; eligibility requirements change, call for more details.

RedStone Property Management (formerly B.C. Parker Real Estate) 336-226-8411
https://redstonepm.com/
Property management company that offers home and apartment rentals in Alamance county. Must be 18 years or older or an emancipated minor; eligibility requirements change, call for more details.

R.L. Goodson Apartments 336-584-5818
https://www.apartmenthomeliving.com/apartment-finder/R-L-Goodson-Apartment-Rentals-Elon-NC-27244-161525
Offers affordable housing options in Elon, NC. Applicants must be at least 18 years old or an emancipated minor and meet income eligibility requirements. Must be 18 years or older or an emancipated minor; eligibility requirements change, call for more details.

RL Patterson & Associations 336-228-0769
https://rlpatterson.com/
Property management company that offers home and apartment rentals in Alamance county. Must be 18 years or older or an emancipated minor; eligibility requirements change, call for more details.

Russell Donley 336-516-0369
Landlord offering rentals in Alamance county. Must be 18 years or older or an emancipated minor; eligibility requirements change, call for more details.

Pate Real Estate Inc. 336-226-2468
http://www.paterealestate.com/
Property management company and realtor for home and apartment rentals in Alamance county. Must be 18 years or older or an emancipated minor; eligibility requirements change, call for more details.

Patsy Smith 336-226-5224
Offers a boarding house in Alamance county. Must be 18 years or older or an emancipated minor; eligibility requirements change, call for more details.

Phil Young 336-512-3984
Landlord offering rentals in Alamance county. Must be 18 years or older or an emancipated minor; eligibility requirements change, call for more details.

Smith Rentals 336-584-9411
Property management company offering rentals throughout Alamance county. Must be 18 years or older or an emancipated minor; eligibility requirements change, call for more details.

Sunshine Realty and Property Management LLC 336-226-2345
https://www.ncsunshinerealty.com/
Property management company offering rentals throughout Alamance county. Must be 18 years or older or an emancipated minor; eligibility requirements change, call for more details.

Tanglewood Apartments 919-563-3558
https://affordablehousingonline.com/housing-search/North-Carolina/Mebane/Tanglewood-Apartments/10014493
Offers affordable housing options; applicants must be at least 18 years old or an emancipated minor and meet income eligibility requirements. Must be 18 years or older or an emancipated minor; eligibility requirements change, call for more details.

The Venue 336-570-3711
https://venueburlington.com/ 
Offers affordable housing options in Burlington, NC. Applicants must be at least 18 years old or an emancipated minor and meet income eligibility requirements. Must be 18 years or older or an emancipated minor; eligibility requirements change, call for more details.

Tucker Street Apartments 336-226-7420
https://affordablehousingonline.com/housing-search/North-Carolina/Burlington/Tucker-Street-Apartments/10014103
Offers affordable housing options; applicants must be at least 18 years old or an emancipated minor and meet income eligibility requirements. Must be 18 years or older or an emancipated minor; eligibility requirements change, call for more details.

Wallace Investment Realty 336-437-0101
https://wallace-investment-management-group.hub.biz/
Property management company offering rentals throughout Alamance county. Must be 18 years or older or an emancipated minor; eligibility requirements change, call for more details.

West Hampton Apartments 919-563-3700
https://affordablehousingonline.com/housing-search/North-Carolina/Mebane/Westhampton-Apartments/10054806
Offers affordable housing options in Mebane, NC. Applicants must be at least 18 years old or an emancipated minor and meet income eligibility requirements. Must be 18 years or older or an emancipated minor; eligibility requirements change, call for more details.

William Mills 336-684-7120
Offers a boarding house in Alamance county. Must be 18 years or older or an emancipated minor; eligibility requirements change, call for more details.

Willow Creek Apartments 336-222-8644
https://www.willowcreekburlington.com/
Offers affordable housing options in Burlington, NC. Applicants must be at least 18 years old or an emancipated minor and meet income eligibility requirements. Must be 18 years or older or an emancipated minor; eligibility requirements change, call for more details.

TRANSPORTATION & RECREATION

Alamance County Transportation Authority 336-222-0565
https://www.acta-nc.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=312&Itemid=287
Offers low-cost rides for general purpose trips, medical trips and almost any non-emergency trip destination. Until September 30th, 2021, rider fares are waived; after that, one way trip is $5, round trip is $10. Need to put address and telephone number when scheduling ride; rides cost $5 one way and $10 round trip.

Elon BioBus https://www.elon.edu/u/fa/transportation/buses-shuttles/biobus/
Provides free transportation to all Elon students, faculty, staff, and community members.  All Elon students, faculty, staff and community members can use the bus. Transportation is free.

LINK Transit 336-222-5465
https://linktransit.org/
Local free transportation provider serving Burlington, Gibsonville, Alamance County Offices and Alamance Community College.  Transportation is free; there are no eligibility requirements to use LINK transit.

Parks and Recreation of Alamance County 336-229-2410
https://www.alamance-nc.com/recreation/
Offers youth football, basketball, archery, softball, and baseball programs. Sports programs have costs associated with them; community events are usually free. Sports programs are available to youth ages 4 to 14.

Parks and Recreation of Burlington 336-222-5030
https://www.burlingtonnc.gov/55/Recreation-Parks
Offers youth athletics, afterschool programs, rec days, adventure and outdoor programs, summer day camps and weekly events at the youth center. Sports programs, afterschool programs, rec days, programming and camps have fees associated with them, as well as age range for youth to participate. There are different programs available to youth of different ages.

Parks and Recreation of Elon 336-449-9255
https://www.townofelon.com/town-government/departments/recreation-and-parks/
Offers story time at the park, toddler time, imagination station, kids connect, art in the park, nature play, music programs, tween time STEM program, tween time create, as well as a variety of camps. Programs and camps are offered at a variety of prices (a descriptive list of costs and age requirements can be found here). 

Parks and Recreation of Gibsonville 336-449-7241
https://www.gibsonville.net/parksandrecreation
Offer many opportunities in youth athletics including spring soccer, softball, baseball, tee-ball, football, flag football, beginner pee-wee football, cheerleading, fall soccer, and basketball.  Sports programming available for youth ages 3 to 13. There is a cost associated with participation.

Parks and Recreation of Graham 336-570-6718 or 336-513-5510
https://www.cityofgraham.com/recreation-parks/
Offers youth athletics and summer day camps for grades kindergarten through 7th grade. Sports programming available for youth ages 4 to 14. There is a cost associated with participating in the sports programs and summer camps.

Parks and Recreation of Green Level 336-578-9494 or 336-516-1721
https://greenlevelnc.com/departments/parks-and-recreation/
Offers youth football and baseball programs to youth ages 6 to 12. Sports programming are available to youth ages 6 to 12; there is a cost associated with participation.

Parks and Recreation of Haw River 336-578-0784
http://townofhawriver.com/Facilities
Offers youth football, softball, and baseball programs to youth ages 6 to 12. Sports programming are available to youth ages 6 to 12; there is a cost associated with participation.

Parks and Recreation of Mebane 919-563-3629
https://www.cityofmebane.com/city_hall/departments/recreation_and_parks
Offers youth football, basketball, soccer, tennis, golf, softball and baseball programs to youth ages 6 to 12. Sports programming are available to youth ages 6 to 12; there is a cost associated with participation.

Affirming Online Resources for LGBTQ  Young People and Their Families

Gender Spectrum https://genderspectrum.org/articles/gender-spectrum-groups
Hosts free online groups for pre-teens, teens, parents, caregivers and other family members and adults about navigating gender.

The Network/LA Red 617-742-4911 (voice)
1-800-832-1901 (toll free)
http://www.tnlr.org/en/
Free and confidential LGBQ/T partner abuse hotline. 24-hour hotline provides confidential emotional support, information, referrals, safety planning and crisis intervention for LGBTQ/T folks. Callers don’t have ot leave or want to leave the relationship to get support.

Trans Lifeline 877-565-8860 (U.S.)
https://translifeline.org/
Peer support hotline and microgrants program run by trans people for trans and questioning peers. Call if you need someone to talk to, even if you’re not in crisis or you’re not sure you’re trans. Will NOT call 9-1-1 or do an active rescue unless the caller wants it.

TrevorLifeline 1-866-488-7386
A 24/7 crisis intervention and suicide prevention phone service. Will call 9-1-1 and do an active rescue even if the caller doesn’t want that.

TrevorText A 24/7 crisis intervention and suicide prevention texting service. Text “START” to 678678. Standard text messaging rates apply. Will call 9-1-1 and do an active rescue even if the texter doesn’t want that.
Text “START” to 678678

TrevorSpace https://www.trevorspace.org/
An online, international, peer-to-peer community for LGBTQ young people.

Trevor Support Center https://www.thetrevorproject.org/resources/
Where LGBTQ youth and allies can find answers to frequent questions and explore resources rrelated to sexual orientation, gender identity, and more.

Q Chat Space with Time Out Youth https://www.timeoutyouth.org/qchat
Weekly online discussion groups for LGBTQ youth. Chat online with other LGBTQ youth and trained LGBTQ staff about topics and issues relevant to LGBTQ youth.

QueerNC http://queernc.org/
Connects LGBTQ+ youth in rural and urban areas through online and in-person spaces.

GENERAL SEARCH SITES FOR ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

211 North Carolina
https://nc211.org/
Can search for services by topic and zip code; can filter by needed service i.e. basic needs, education, income support and employment etc.

Cardinal Innovations Local Program Locator
https://localresources.cardinalinnovations.org/search_results/27217
Searches for local resources by zip code; can filter by needed service i.e. food, housing, health etc.

Prepared Parent
http://preparedparent.org/
Prepared parent is an online tool to help parents of younger teens navigate changing conversations about relationships, sexual health, and safety.

Psychology Today
https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/therapists
Can search for therapist, teletherapy, psychiatrists, treatment centers and support groups based on geographic location

The Playbook
https://www.teenplaybook.org/
The playbook is a place where teens can find accurate information about sexual health, minors’ rights and find local clinics where they can access health services.