The Servant Center is a local non-profit organization established in 1991 to empower the homeless and disabled, particularly veterans, to become independent and contributing members of our community through housing, healthcare and restorative services.
Servant House is N.C.’s only transitional housing program which focuses on veterans and exclusively seeks to serve veterans with disabilities. Unlike many similar programs, Servant House doesn’t stop at just giving residents a place to stay, but provides vital benefits aimed at helping residents develop a new outlook, change old behavior, and learn to manage physical and psychological health conditions with the goal of returning to independent living within the community. The services available to residents include: health support and transportation to VA medical facilities, customized case management and counseling for chronic illnesses, substance abuse and basic life skills. Residents may stay at Servant House for up to 24 months, and while they’re there, every effort is made to motivate and encourage them to grow and learn to use all of the resources available in our community. This is what has made our program so successful for the past 20 years.
If you are interested in joining us in serving those who served feel free to make an appointment with our volunteer coordinator at the following link: https://volunteer-servantcenter.youcanbook.me/