SAY YES TO CHARITIES
Donate to or volunteer at places that help with long‐term solutions for our homeless.
SAY NO TO PANHANDLERS
Providing money to those who ask only adds to the problems and keeps people on the streets.
What to do if you are approached by someone asking for money:
Tell them: No, I am sorry but I cannot help you. or Sorry, I don’t carry cash.
Call 911: Tell the dispatcher a panhandler has approached you for money. Be able to describe the panhandler.
Together, we can make the downtown area safer and friendlier for customers. When you see an issue arise that does not look right, whether it is panhandling or anything else, please call 911.
Resources for the Homeless (Downtown)
- Hope Center (True Vine Ministries): 913 Person St., (910) 364‐2981 or 483‐1974
- Salvation Army (The Haven): 425 Alexander St., (910) 323‐9769
- Operation Inasmuch (The Lodge): 531 Hillsboro St., (910) 433‐2161
- Cumberland Healthnet (Coordinated Entry): 707 Murchison Rd., (910) 483‐6869
- Teague's Home For Women: 333 Hawley Ln, (910) 483‐5044
- Veterans Empowering Veterans: 325 B Street, (910) 223‐3213
- Connections of Cumberland County: 119 N. Cool Springs St., (910) 630‐0106
Resources for the Homeless (Throughout Fayetteville)
- Operation Blessing: 1337 Ramsey St., (910) 483‐1119
- Cumberland Interfaith Hospitality Network: 101 Stein Street, (910) 826‐2454
- Robin’s Meadow Transitional Housing: 503 Old Wilmington Road, (910) 321‐6582
- Family Endeavors – Female Veterans: 120 Langdon Street, (910) 977‐2303