The Raleigh/Wake Partnership is a part of the short and long term solution to addressing the issues and needs that surround being homeless in our local area and community.

“Join our efforts and become an advocate, become a part of the change.”

The Partnership plays a key role in developing and leading community initiatives and programs that directly address barriers the homeless population faces to receiving medical care,
housing, employment, and many other needs. We work with community partnering agencies, individuals, and businesses to develop strategic goals and solutions- right here in Raleigh and Wake County.

818
Homeless Individuals

Sheltered (680)

Unsheltered (138)

DEMOGRAPHICS

78
Veterans

656
Adults

162
Children

94
Chronic

540 Male

277 Female

1 Transgender

Homeless Subpopulations

Mental Illness 149 people
Domestic Violence 104 people
Substance Use Disorder 91 people
HIV/AIDS 5 people

Oak City Outreach Center

Open Saturdays and Sundays 9:00AM – 6:00PM

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