Homeless or at risk of becoming homeless?

Are you homeless or at risk of becoming homeless? We can help.

If you are not sure which way to turn, contact the HOUSE WAKE! Access Hub to start your journey to finding safe and stable housing or maintaining your current housing. When you contact the HOUSE WAKE! Access Hub, a representative will gather information about your situation and refer you to an area provider that may be able to help.

The HOUSE WAKE! Access Hub does not provide direct services (rental assistance, etc.), but instead is the centralized intake and referral portal for Wake County residents, and can connect those in need to agencies providing services such as emergency shelter, homelessness prevention (emergency rental assistance, etc.) and rapid re-housing (helping those who are homeless find permanent housing).

HW! Access Hub
(919) 443-0096

*Please note the HOUSE WAKE! Access Hub does not provide rental assistance. You can find additional resources, including financial and food assistance at Wake Network of Care.

Access Sites


Wake County Northern Regional Center

350 E. Holding Avenue
Wake Forest, NC 27587

(919) 562-6300


Wake County Eastern Regional Center

1002 Dogwood Drive
Zebulon, NC 27597

(919) 404-3900


Durham Veteran Affairs Medical Center

508 Fulton Street
Durham, NC 27705
Veterans Only

(877) 424-3838


Haven House Youth Services

600 W Cabarrus Street
Raleigh, NC 27603
Youth Under 24 Only

(919) 833-3312


Wake County Southern Regional Center

130 N Judd Parkway NE
Fuquay-Varina, NC 27526

(919) 557-2501


Dorcas Ministries

187 High House Road
Cary, NC 27511

(919) 469-9861 ext 203


Oak City Cares

1430 S. Wilmington Street
Raleigh, NC 27603

WALK-IN SERVICE or CALL: (984) 344-9599


Provide you with friendly and compassionate service

Assess your needs

Assist you in coming up with creative solutions

Assist you in figuring out what resources are available to you

Provide referrals to shelters, if necessary

Eliminate the need to constantly call shelters for bed space

Connect you to other community resources such as food, clothing, and employment services


Provide financial assistance, including rental assistance.

Provide immediate shelter or hotel vouchers

Determine or guarantee eligibility of community resources

Provide transportation or bus passes

Act as landlords, housing providers, or housing navigators/locators