The Servant House

Transitional Housing

The Servant House is a community in which a small group of men live together in common trust and caring for one another. Residents are allowed to stay for up to two years. The program is designed to promote the residents dignity and empower them to successfully live independently. The program offers holistic and comprehensive care for the resident that engages the mind, body and soul.


For more information about The Servant House and eligibility, click here: Servant House Transitional Housing Program or contact the Director of Housing Services, Debra Stokes, 336-275-8585 x306.

 

 

 

Glenwood/Haworth Housing

Permanent Supportive Housing

Nestled in a quiet community with access to transportation and many other features Greensboro has to offer, this program assists individuals to remain in permanent housing. The program also empowers the low-income and disabled to live independently and offers extra support when needed. This support and accountability comes in the form of case management.

Haworth House was named in honor of retired executive director and The Servant Center founder, Gail Haworth.

To be eligible for this housing, an individual must meet the low-income criteria, be disabled, and require supportive services.

 

Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity

The Servant Center complies with the letter and spirit of the Fair Housing Act that prohibits housing discrimination against persons based upon race, color, religion, national origin, sex, familial status, and disability. We also comply with all relevant provisions of the 1988 Fair Housing Amendments Act and Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. No otherwise qualified person will be denied housing or otherwise discouraged from obtaining housing at Glenwood House or Haworth House because of his/her race, color, religion, national origin, sex, or disability. 52% minority residents with a focus on Hispanic and Latino low income disabled Veterans in the community.



For information on availability please contact the Director of Housing Services, Debra Stokes, 336-275-8585 x306. Additional information can be found in our listing on the Social Serve website. http://www.socialserve.com/.

 

Disability Services Program

Disability Assistance Program: We represent low-income Guilford County residents in their application for SSDI/SSI (SSA's programs for the disabled.) 

Dedicated SOAR Program: Our SOAR case managers use the project developed by SAMHSA and led by NC Coalition to End Homelessness, which assists disabled adults who are experiencing homelessness.

Referral Information: There must be an agency or provider to refer a potential client. We do not accept self-referrals; feel free to call if you have any questions.

Our Referral form can be emailed to us, and if the individual is homeless or at-risk of homelessness, please complete  this form to help us better identify this as a possible SOAR claim.

Referrals must meet the 50% Adjusted Median Income maximum limit as established by HUD for the program year.

 

# of Persons 

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

 Annual Income

      $19,300      

     $22,050      

     $24,800      

     $27,550      

     $29,800      

     $32,000      

     $34,200      

     $36,400      


For more information, call our Disability Services office at 336-370-1501 or email the Director of Disability Services, Caroline Kelly.



Triad Stand Down

Volunteers in the Triad for one special weekend pull together to help Homeless Veterans at the Triad Veterans Stand-Down. This is not just a special day for homeless veterans, it is a special day for the veterans and patriots who volunteer to give back to those who serve this great Nation, in this case, those who have encountered hardships in their life or during their service. Why are they special? They served in the armed forces of the United States of America and for their commitment to protect us we have a duty to respect them in their time of need. Look at it as simply returning a favor.

Triad Stand-Down is typically held on the 4th Friday in September each year. Located in Greensboro and serving homeless veterans in the Triad area, it serves well over 100 homeless veterans every year, providing services ranging from job training and IRS tax preparation to haircuts and dental care.

Services provided last year included:
Substance Abuse Services – screening, intervention and linkage Senior/Aging Services – Alzheimer’s information, SHIIP, resources for seniors, Medicare
Diabetes Services – information, counseling and screening.
Toiletry Kits
Snack Bags
Clothing
VA Benefits Assistance
Deaf and Hard of Hearing – information about available services
Dental Services
Housing Services – information on vouchers, VASH, how to find housing, fair housing, healthy homes, mortgage assistance, ability to apply for admission to GPD programs, SSVF, rapid rehousing information
Mental Health Services – screening, counseling, information
Child Support Information
Health Services including Flu Shots
Assistance w/Social Services – food stamps, Medicaid, financial assistance
Legal Information and Advocacy including expungement assistance
Horsepower Therapeutic Program
Hair Cuts
Tax Assistance
Vision Services
Employment Services – referrals, information, assistance with job search, information on local job readiness/training program, temp agency
Chaplain Services
Women’s Services