Shelters located in the immediate area assist homeless individuals find housing for one night or for other periods of time. The following list contains information related to homeless shelters in Cumberland County. Requirements for housing vary upon shelters. Please contact the numbers listed below for more information.
- The Cumberland Interfaith Hospitality Network consists of a coalition of churches that work to house families with Children. More information about this program can be found at http://www.cumberlandihn.org/Shelter.htm. You can also contact Kelly Harris at 910-826-2454 ext. 23.
- The CARE Center offers housing for individuals suffering from domestic violence. This temporary shelter is only available when there is space for use. Please visit call 910-323-1540 or visit www.ccdssnc.com.
- The Teague’s Home for Women offers transitional housing for homeless women, as well as, a variety of other services for support and assistance, including life coaching and peer counseling. The home can be contacted at 910-483-5044 or by visiting www.greenshome4women.com.
- The City Rescue Mission provides food, clothing and shelter to women in need. 910-323-0446 www.cityrescuemission.ambz.com.
- Myrover-Reese Fellowship Homes provides transitional living for both male and female substance abusers in recover. Information about other services and about housing is provided at www.angelfire.com/nc/MRFH or by contacting 910-486-8718.
- The Oxford Houses of North Carolina provide housing for men and women in recovery from substance abuse. These homes are peer run and further information can be found at www.oxfordhouse.org or by contacting 919-673-1042.
- The Salvation Army also runs a homeless shelter for males, females and families. Lunch is served from 12:00pm-12:30pm daily and 5:00pm-5:30pm daily. Breakfast is also provided for residents. The Salvation Army is located at 220 East Russell Street, Fayetteville and can be contacted at www.salvationarmyfayetteville.org or 910-483-8119.