Marion Homeless Shelters & Services For The Needy

Welcome to our Marion, 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 Marion, 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 Marion North Carolina

Friendship Home for Women and Children

Marion, NC 28752
828-659-6490
Shelter that provides services up to 41 women and children.Women are provided a clean, safe and structured environment where they may get back on their feet socially, financially and spiritually. Our goal is to see our residents return to a productiv
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John Thompson Center for Men

Marion, NC 28752
(828) 659-3981
Provides emergency housing for up to 21 men. Men are provided a clean, safe and structured environment where they may get back on their feet socially, financially and spiritually. Our goal is to see our residents return to a productive lifestyle. Sometimes this means giving them a safe place to live
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House of Refuge

Morganton, NC 28655
16.54 miles from city center Marion
828 433-8921
Here at The House of Refuge we are a temporary men’s homeless shelter. We serve any male 18 years or older. We believe that schedules and structure are good recipes for success.Check in begins each afternoon at 4:30. First night is free and each night thereafter is $3.00. Each guest must pas
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The Meeting Place Mission

Morganton, NC 28680
18.73 miles from city center Marion
(828)432-5659
Transitional Housing, Emergency Shelter, Family Housing: The Meeting Place Mission Is a transitional housing program for homeless men in recovery from alcoholism or substance abuse. The Meeting Place provides housing, meals, counseling, job
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Burke Women & Children's Shelter

Morganton, NC 28655
18.78 miles from city center Marion
828-4325659
Women & Children's Emergency Shelter The emergency shelter provides a safe night's stay for women and children who have nowhere to go. When someone checks into the shelter we provide a good meal and a clean bed. We give each person a clean set of pajamas to wear after they showe
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Grace of God Rescue Mission

Forest City, NC 28043
24.90 miles from city center Marion
828-245-9141
The Men's Shelter provides housing for men with sleeping quarters, a kitchen, meeting room and shower facilities. The mission provides a place to stay for 30 days and three meals per day. The men residents originally stayed at the Main Street facility in Forest City. After Doug Atchley donated this
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