Kings Mountain Homeless Shelters & Services For The Needy

Welcome to our Kings Mountain, North Carolina Homeless Shelters and Services for the needy page. Below are all of the homeless shelters and services for the needy that provide help to those in need for Kings Mountain, NC and surrounding cities.



We also provide other homeless resources such as transitional resources for the homeless. Homeless clinic and treatment center resources are also provided on the right navigational bar.

Many shelters also provide services such as alcohol and drug rehab treatment along with clinics. I try to provide as much information as possible on my details pages.



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Active Listings In Kings Mountain North Carolina

As One Ministries Day Shelter Gastonia

Gastonia, NC 28052
8.50 miles from city center Kings Mountain
(704) 862-6079
Day Shelter. Hours: Mondays through Fridays 8am - 4pm. The renovation of the donated building at 809 W. Airline Ave. is complete. The new facility includes showers, washers/dryers, storage, a full-kitchen and the installation of a sprinkler system. Services:
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Center of Hope Emergency Shelter Gastonia

Gastonia, NC 2805
9.35 miles from city center Kings Mountain
(704) 867-6145
Provides shelter for men, women, families.Shelter Intake: Monday - Friday 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm Saturday - Sunday 1:00 pm - 4:00 pmAlso provides: food assistance, rent assistance, utility assistance, medicine assistance.
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Lighthouse Shelter Clover

Clover, SC 29710
10.93 miles from city center Kings Mountain
(803) 222-0636
Provides a shelter for those in need of emergency help. Must be a resident of the city of Clover.
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Cleveland County Rescue Mission

Shelby, NC 28150
11.01 miles from city center Kings Mountain
(704)481-1889
We are a nonprofit faith based organization dedicated to providing shelter, recovery and support services to the homeless. CCRM offers Christ-centered addiction recovery programs: Discipleship and Turning Point. We provide an array of educational classes. These classes include perso
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Discovery Home Care Inc

Gastonia, NC 28054
11.88 miles from city center Kings Mountain
704 854-9351
Discovery Home Care INC, a Youth Emergency Care Shelter located in Gastonia NC, is a private non-profit organization, licensed by North Carolina Department of Health and Human Service, Division of Social Service, to provide emergency shelter care among other services to children ages 6 to 18 years.
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Crossroads Rescue Mission

Shelby, NC 28152
13.03 miles from city center Kings Mountain
704-484-8770
Check-In Information and Procedures:Each potential resident needs to complete a telephone interview by calling the main office. They will then complete an in-person interview when they arrive at Crossroads.  There is no fee required to stay at the mission until you get a job or equivalent
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Harbor of Hope (Miracle Hill)

Gaffney, SC 29342
19.94 miles from city center Kings Mountain
(864) 488-0376
Shelter for victims of abuse, designated shelter for the homeless, a centralized facility to coordinate between health providers, social workers, homeless families, abused women and their children, homeless elderly men and women, and people in need. The agency also provides three meals everyday, lau
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Miracle Hill Rescue Mission-Cherokee County - Adult Rescue Mission

Gaffney, SC 29341
19.97 miles from city center Kings Mountain
(864)488-0376
Emergency Shelter for Men Women and Families.Since opening its doors in November 2000, Miracle Hill Rescue Mission has been offering hope in Cherokee County by providing food, shelter and basic necessities – all within a Christian framework – to those most in need. Each night, men, w
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Salvation Army Center of Hope

Rock Hill, SC 29730
28.30 miles from city center Kings Mountain
803-324-5141
Salvation Army Shelter for women and children.Located two miles north of Uptown Charlotte, the Center of Hope sleeps an average of 300 women and children every night. An active member of the Homeless Services Network, The Salvation Army is a leader in providing families with a successful
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Family Promise of York County

Rock Hill, SC 29730
28.68 miles from city center Kings Mountain
(803) 329-2456
Family Promise of York County, formerly Interfaith Hospitality Network, is a local not-for-profit organization that provides a comprehensive program of meals, shelter, support services, and life skills training for homeless parents and children. Interfaith hospitality network   See more details

The Haven Shelter For Men

Rock Hill, SC 29730
28.75 miles from city center Kings Mountain
803-328-1143
The Shelter houses 12 men as emergency shelter, but also will allow the men 90 days and to find employment and to help find housing. The Haven Offers: - Twelve full-time beds available for up to 90 days, please call for availability. (803)-328-0052 - Nightly meals aty t
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