United Way of Coastal Carolina is a great resource for Eastern NC. They serve as the fiscal agent for CLTRA.
SBP shrinks the time between disaster and recovery. They are a nation-wide non-profit dedicated to hurricane relief. SBP currently has 2 AmeriCorps workers placed at CLTRA to assist in rebuild efforts in Carteret County.
CW4R is a volunteer organization built around the generosity and support of our community. We collect and distribute items to those in need after the storm.
The North Carolina Conference of United Methodist Churches are mobilizing out of Ann Street United Methodist Church to assist in clean out and reconstruction.
The Unitarian Coastal Fellowship has provided many resources to CLTRA, including some great volunteers!
First United Methodist Church has offered a great amount of assistance and volunteers to CLTRA.
North Carolina Baptist Men
Disaster Response Teams are being headquartered in our area out of Parkview Baptist Church. Can assist with clean out and reconstruction.
Critical Home Repairs offered to low-income, disabled, Veterans, and single-parent families in need of assistance to live independently, safely and in their current home.
The Fuller Recovery Group from the Full Center for Housing is currently assisting us in case referral and management.
First Presbyterian Church allows us to host our monthly membership, RRT and executive meetings at their church, located at 1604 Arendell St, Morehead City, NC 28557.
Grace Presbyterian Church allows us to use their location for our office, located at 2101 Live Oak St., Beaufort, NC.
Catholic Charities serves many different areas. In Carteret County they have assisted in relief efforts by addressing many of our survivors unmet needs.
Are you part of an organization that has resources that could benefit our surviovrs? Are you a case manager for a disaster survivor that has unmet needs? Click below to find out how to become a partner today!
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