Wheels4Hope is a non-profit, faith-based car donation program that is partnering with Emmaus House to provide reliable vehicles to Emmaus House participants who need transportation for work and family activities. Participants must prove their need and their ability to handle ownership responsibilities.
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. There are no dues or fees for AA membership. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. To learn more AA in North Carolina, visit aanorthcarolina.org or search for a local AA meeting.
Healing Transitions is a non-profit recovery and rehabilitation facility for homeless men and women with alcohol and drug dependency, located in Raleigh, NC. The program is specifically designed to rekindle the client's desire to return to a meaningful and productive life. Many of our residents are graduates of Healing Transitions.
North Carolina Recovery Support Services
North Carolina Recovery Support Services offers direct client care and a full array of professional substance abuse and mental health services. Services include addiction treatment, mental health and housing.
SouthLight Healthcare provides substance abuse treatment for the Triangle area and beyond
Housing for Men in Recovery
We are often at full capacity for our housing, and we do have eligibility requirements. In addition to Emmaus House, several other local organizations provide housing for men in recovery.
Fellowship Home of Raleigh
The Fellowship Home of Raleigh provides a structured home environment for men in the early months of recovery from alcohol and/or drug addiction.
Oxford Houses are democratically run, self-supporting and drug-free home.
Job's Journey is a sober living community for graduates of Healing Transitions.
South Wilmington Shelter
The South Wilmington Street Shelter provides short term emergency dorms with overnight shelter only, while other dorms offer longer-term shelter to men who engage in services over a six-month period. The goal is to provide safe shelter while the men develop realistic plans for moving out of the shelter, and into employment and housing of their own.