HUMAN SERVICES ORGANIZATION NETWORK (HSO)
Healthy Opportunities Pilot has partnered with the following Human Services Organizations (HS0) to provide Non-medical services for Medicaid Managed Care Enrollees
Searchable HSO Directory
If you are a HOP Care Manager or Care Coordinator and would like access to the Searchable HSO Directory, please email HOPsupport@carelcf.org
The A.C.T.S. Movement
The A.C.T.S. Movement introduces new methods of development, working with people from disadvantaged economic, social, and family circumstances. The A.C.T.S. Movement seeks to enrich the lives of families and facilitate community cohesiveness by partnering with businesses, churches, and non-governmental agencies. We are dedicated to ensuring that our community’s disadvantaged have access to resources, support and mentorship that are consistent and relatable.
Brunswick Transit System
Brunswick Transit System, Inc. (BTS) is a non-profit community transportation system that coordinates public and human services transportation for the residents of Brunswick County. BTS was incorporated in 1989 and operates under the NC Nonprofit Corporation Act and the USC 501(c)(3) Internal Revenue Code. The transit system operates a fleet of 17 vehicles, including ADA equipped vehicles to assist persons with special needs.
Cape Fear Habitat for Humanity
Cape Fear Habitat is working to provide affordable housing solutions for families across our region. Through Cape Fear Habitat affordable mortgage program, we are committed to building opportunities through housing. With support from volunteer labor and generous donations, we work to eliminate barriers to a better, healthier, more financially stable life.
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Wilmington is a faith-based, social services organization, delivering critical direct care human services to over 83,000 individuals and families residing in Delaware and Maryland’s Eastern Shore. No one is excluded from service because of race, color, religion, sex, age, disability, national origin, or ability to pay.
CR Resource Center, Inc. has office locations in Lake Waccamaw and Winnabow, NC. They provide Evidence-Based Group Nutrition and Health Food Box pick up in Brunswick and Columbus counties and are approved for Evidence-Based Parenting Curriculum. They will soon provide Healthy Food Box delivery in those same two counties! Outside of HOP, CR Resources has a Food Pantry Program, Senior Food Box Program, Youth Weekend Backpack Program and Mobile Food Pantry. For their clients with mobility limitations, physical or behavioral disabilities, they offer mobile services.
Coastal Carolina Concierge
At CoastalCCS, we recognize the importance of providing accessible and cost-effective access to NEMT services for any person in need of transportation. CoastalCCS has established and aligned itself with Medicare, Medicaid, the Veterans Affairs Office, and many medical providers within the area to streamline the process of transportation. Our leading technology enables our customers’ easy scheduling and payment options. The team at CoastalCCS provides compassion and understanding of how each family brings a unique circumstance when looking for a provider. Staff members and drivers have all completed appropriate training and certifications to serve the community with the utmost professionalism.
Coastal Horizons promotes healthier lives, stronger families, and safer communities by providing a broad range of effective, evidence-based substance use, mental health, crisis intervention, justice, and wellness services to persons in need. As a nationally accredited, non-profit corporation, Coastal Horizons provides services in more than half of the one hundred counties in North Carolina.
Communities in School Cape Fear
Our mission is to surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life. We place staff inside targeted, high-need public schools, who work directly with vulnerable students and those with the greatest risk factors throughout the school day. Our unique model works because it’s based on national research, driven by community relationships, and supported by local resources.
Community Care of Lower Cape Fear
Our Community Care Team supports patients and providers using innovative health care solutions to deliver whole health care in the communities we serve.
Concrete Pay Services
Concrete Pay Services, LLC is a MWBE business that provides Housing Quality Standards for tenants seeking affordable housing. We are certified in HUD Inspections and provide professional inspections to ensure that a unit is safe, decent, and sanitary.
Destiny Total Healthcare
Destiny Total Healthcare is an independent primary care office located near Pender Memorial Hospital in Burgaw, NC. Our office is a small office with one provider, who strives on treating all our patients like family.
disAbility Resource Center
The disAbility Resource Center (dRC) provides independent living services to people of all ages with all types of disabilities in Southeastern NC to ensure equal access. The majority of dRC’s staff and Board of Directors are individuals with disabilities so we live our mission every day!
East Carolina Community Development Inc
East Carolina Community Development Inc. (ECCDI) is dedicated to improving the quality of life for individuals and families who are experiencing economic and social stress in their every day lives. ECCDI, located in historic Beaufort, North Carolina, has established high quality, affordable apartment communities for low-to-moderate income residents. These lovely Coastal Carolina communities can be found in Beaufort, Morehead City, Newport, Jacksonville, and Wilmington. Loans have been made available to over 24 local businesses, stimulating, and sustaining economic and job growth in the regions they serve.
Feel better in the comfort of your own home. We specialize in care and daily living assistance to an array of individuals. Whether you need daily or weekly assistance due to aging, illness, recovery, or rehabilitation, our care givers will provide an individualized service that you can trust.
Hope Recuperative Care offers Hospitality, Help and Healing to homeless neighbors who are medically ready to leave the hospital, but have nowhere to call home. Guests rest and recuperate in a supportive, home-like environment. Our goal is to assist guests in obtaining physical, emotional, and spiritual health by creating lasting relationships through community.
Keep Your Hands Off Me
To raise awareness of an ongoing crisis of molestation, while encouraging and promoting healthy healing.
Leading Into New Communities
LINC, Inc.’s mission is to educate and motivate youth to make positive life choices and to empower men and women returning from incarceration to be productive members of our community.
Legal Aid NC
Our advocates help thousands of victims of abuse, families on the brink of homelessness and others in crisis get the justice that they deserve, with access to housing, education, healthcare, employment, safety from abuse and other life-changing benefits. We help every North Carolina resident, especially those in deep poverty, access government assistance, healthcare, housing and safe employment.
MedNorth Health Center receives federal grant funds awarded by the United States Department of Health and Human Services’ (“DHHS”) Health Resources and Services Administration (“HRSA”) pursuant to Section 330 of the U. S. Public Health Service Act (“Section 330”), 42 U.S.C. ‘ 254b, to provide a full spectrum of primary and preventative health care services (including essential ancillary and enabling services) to medically underserved populations, in New Hanover and surrounding counties in Southeastern North Carolina. Patients receive services regardless of the individuals or family’s ability to pay. Our service is designed to cover prenatal, pediatric, adolescent, adult, and geriatric life cycles.
Men and Women United for Youth and Families
Men and Women United for Youth and Families, CDC is a non-profit organization located in Delco, North Carolina. Our work promotes economic and personal development in our rural communities of Bladen, Brunswick, and Columbus counties.
Mount Carmel Helps
Welcome to Mount Carmel HELPS, Inc. Where Helping Every Lacking Person Succeed is our Mission. We’ve been in the community for over 20years, assisting with resources, food, referrals, counseling, as well as Spiritual Guidance. Jacksonville, NC.
Mt. Calvary Leadership Development
Mt. Calvary University has made another strong commitment to its Leadership Development programs and offerings through the establishment of the Mt. Calvary Center for Leadership Development which is a nonprofit organization.
To further enhance our services and renowned programs throughout Southeastern North Carolina, we have identified through our community partners and stakeholders the need for more community leaders that are involved in the business, nonprofit, and faith-based professions and desire to be of greater service both civically and professionally. The Center for Leadership Development will also continue working with youth through an expanded and re-defined the Opportunity to Lead (At-Risk Youth) Leadership Development Program.
New Beginning Christian Church
We are multi-cultural ministry committed to changing lives through the simplistic, practical, and powerful teaching of the gospel. We seek to minister to the total person through a deeper, more intimate understanding of the Word of God and an authentic relationship with Jesus Christ.
New Hanover County Health & Human Services
Human Services focuses on a wide range of programs and information available for the diversity of citizens in our county and in satisfying their customer service needs
Our Health Department page contains ample information about clinic and health services, food vendor resources and important restaurant scores and recall information.
Environmental Health further includes resources for commercial permitting standards to help you in your business efforts.
The Social Services Department provides and array of links to adoption, child care, foster care, food and nutrition programs and more.
Is keeping updated on emergency notices and disaster recovery assistance important to you? Visit the Emergency Management page of our site for preparedness and planning tips.
The Senior Resource Center acts as a resource center for senior adults in New Hanover County to provide services which promote wellness, encourage independence and enhance quality of life.
New Hanover County’s Veteran Services Office counsels, advises and assists veterans and their families in applying for veteran benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Community Justice Services provides an array of prevention and intervention programs and services targeted at preventing and reducing crime for the at-risk, diverted and offender populations through our Youth Empowerment Services and Adult Enhancement Services Divisions.
Old North State Medical Society
Membership has benefits. Old North State Medical Society (ONSMS) is one of the oldest medical societies for African American Physicians in the United States. ONSMS was initially formed to advocate for African American Physicians and their interests. As we evolved we added North Carolina’s vulnerable population to our mission. Our primary interest is in educating and advocating for the most vulnerable of vulnerable patients and people residing in communities that consistently produce poorer health outcomes.
Onslow Community Outreach
Providing hope to families & individuals through food, shelter & medical services through free medical clinic (access to medical care for the uninsured), free dental clinic (access to emergency dental care for those in need), shelter (temporary, emergency housing program), Soup Kitchen (food insecurity is a defined reality for hundreds of thousands of hard working Americans), Christmas Cheer (community’s demonstration of caring community), and many other services.
Onslow United Transit System
OUTS operates demand response, public transportation, and ADA Complementary Paratransit Service throughout all of Onslow County. Service is provided to passengers needing transportation to medical appts, work, daycare, shopping, and recreational.
Formed in 1986 as a project of the North Carolina Legal Services, Reinvestment Partners has played a key role in shaping the attitudes and policies of North Carolina’s banks toward CRA and community development. Through challenges of bank mergers, we have secured agreements totaling more than $40 billion in mortgages, small business lending, and community development investments for low-wealth communities.
Safe Haven of Pender County
As an agency we seek:
- To serve as a center for which groups and individuals can address the concerns for victims of Domestic Violence.
- To empower victims of domestic violence.
- To ameliorate domestic violence.
- To enhance available services and systems for victims including, but not limited to, emergency shelter, food, and clothing, crisis intervention, counseling, legal advocacy, medical and mental health concerns.
- To heighten the public awareness of domestic violence through community education.
- To hold the abuser accountable for his/her actions.
Share the Table
We are working to fight hunger in our community.
When you think about someone who is unable to put food on the table, you might be thinking of someone in extreme poverty, and you may believe that could never happen to your family. However, food insecurity and inaccessibility affect more people than you might realize.
Spirit of Excellence Community Outreach, Inc
Providing Care for Those Who Need Help
Progressing in life is often a difficult experience for some people. Whether you are disabled, struggling with alcohol, or have mental health issues, everyday tasks are often hard to overcome. With help from Spirit of Excellence Community Outreach Inc., you’ll be able to blossom as an individual. We are a care center that proudly serves Jacksonville, North Carolina and surrounding areas. We are concerned about everyone’s wellbeing, and we provide assistance for anyone who is in need of a helping hand.
The Carousel Center
A Child Advocacy Center
Helping child survivors heal from physical and sexual abuse in Brunswick, New Hanover, and Pender Counties, North Carolina
The Carousel Center supports healing, promotes justice, fosters resilience in children victimized by physical or sexual abuse, and improves our community through education, prevention, and advocacy.
Join us in our vision to build resilience in children to strengthen the community.
The Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina
The Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina (the Food Bank) is a nonprofit organization that has provided food for our friends and neighbors facing hunger in 34 counties in central and eastern North Carolina for over 40 years. The Food Bank is an affiliate member of Feeding America, the nation’s leading domestic hunger relief charity. In terms of total food distributed, the Food Bank ranks in the top 15 nationally among 200 Feeding America food banks and first in North Carolina. Our food distribution programs, and child nutrition programs are based on national models.
The Jo Ann Carter Harrelson Center Inc.
TO PROVIDE A HUMANITARIAN SERVICES CAMPUS OF NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS THAT OFFER HOPE, OPPORTUNITY, AND EMPOWERMENT.
The Jo Ann Carter Harrelson Center Inc. is a North Carolina nonprofit corporation 501c3 (EIN 20-3598248) that supports and partners with other nonprofit organizations in the Wilmington community. The Center works with its partners to meet the needs of the community in areas such as safe and affordable housing, education, employment, health care and family support. The Center recognizes the critical needs of others and encourages, uplifts and assists them in rebuilding their lives through the services provided in the center.
The OOPS Foundation
Through culturally competent and innovative solution-focused community-based services, OOPS Foundation nurtures positive change in the lives of at risk adults, youth and families in the communities they live in. We promote cultural affirmation, social awareness, comprehensive strength-based programming, and community building to empower individuals with the knowledge, tools, and confidence to achieve their fullest potential.
Maintain a commitment to provide quality service programs with compassion and respect that will enrich quality of life and promote healthy communities. We provide programs that are strength-based and culturally competent. In short, we believe in “meeting individuals and families where they are.” Through collaborative efforts with customers, families, schools, and community agencies, OOPS can provide the communities we serve with specifically designed programs to reduce violence and promote self- reliance.
United Way of Onslow County
UNITED Mission: To advance the common good in Onslow County by focusing on the building blocks for a good life – education, United Way income, and health, and create long-lasting changes by addressing the underlying causes of community problems.
United Way of Onslow County
Together, united, we can inspire hope and create opportunities for a better life for all in Onslow County.
United Way of Onslow County is our community in action. Founded in 1955, for over 64 years, the United Way has mobilized resources and leadership to help build a stronger community.
Volunteers of America Chesapeake & Carolinas
Volunteers of America Chesapeake & Carolinas inspires self-sufficiency, dignity and hope by providing critical health and human services to thousands of vulnerable individuals and families across Maryland, Virginia, the District of Columbia and the Carolinas.
WATERway NC raises funds for a bill assistance program administered by the NHC Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) administers this program. To receive help with your water bill, you must contact the NHC DHHS and request assistance. NHC DHHS staff will conduct an assessment and make a determination based on your need. Be prepared to answer questions about your ability to make future payments. If NHC DHHS determines you eligible for water bill assistance, they will work with you and CFPUA to make a payment to your account.
They do not discriminate based on race, sex, gender, country of origin, religion, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or age.
Mission and Goals
The mission of the Cape Fear Public Transportation Authority (Wave Transit) is “to develop and maintain an effective, efficient, and safe system of public transportation services within Southeastern North Carolina which is responsive to the mobility needs of the community. Transportation services provided shall be designed to maintain and encourage the use of public transportation and shall contribute to the economic vitality of the community, the conservation of natural resources and the protection of the environment.”
Equiti Foods (Good Bowls)
Bridges of Wilmington
Wilmington Area Rebuilding Ministry (WARM)
WARM’s mission is to repair, rebuild, and make homes accessible; and to inspire service, generosity, and hope.
Serving low-income homeowners in Bladen, Brunswick, Columbus, Duplin, New Hanover, Onslow, and Pender counties, many of whom are elderly, disabled, and/or veterans. WARM helps people age in place safely by preventing home accidents and illnesses – preserving their dignity and independence.
YMCA of Southeastern NC
The Y is a great place to improve your health, try new activities and spend time with family and friends. Our community brings together people of all abilities, ages, ethnicities, financial circumstances, genders, races and religions.
New Hanover Health
Pender County Christian Services
PCCS provides services to Pender County residents that enhance quality of life and strengthen the community.
In addition to providing food, clothing, and furniture, we serve as a disaster recovery resource, provide workforce training opportunities; and refer those in need to other community organizations. We partner with more than 40 organizations and agencies to help provide emergency assistance to Pender County residents.
Pender County Christian Services (PCCS) was founded by Edna Van Harrell Bradshaw who wanted a way to help those in need living in Pender County. The Ministerial Association organized a community clothing closet and food pantry, and on March 8, 1982, PCCS was incorporated as a non-profit organization. The food pantry opened its doors for the first time in June of 1982. We began with 17 volunteers and a budget of $12,000 per year for food, serving 250 families in the first nine months of operation. Today, we have 6 employees and over 40 volunteers. Our food budget is between over $80,000 per year, and we serve between 400-450 families per month.
Quality Life Blueprint – Sokoto House
Sokoto House strives to create a space of learning and teaching that values the local genius of our community; a place where leaders feel safe to coordinate and collaborate; a nexus for place-making and transformative initiatives; a place where youth feel safe to learn from mistakes and emerge as skilled instruments of justice and engineers of spiritual and economic prosperity.
The Sokoto House serves as a communal educational space that hosts a large variety of educational events, an expansive library, and opportunities for hands-on business and community development experience.
Sokoto House itself is also a place-making initiative – to create a safe, welcoming, and valuable space and stimulate community cohesion using the nationally recognized, evidence-based Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) curriculum.
Starting with a formerly dormant property asset and revitalizing it through partnership, carving out and maintaining a safe community space along with beneficial community resources, Sokoto House promotes positive CPTED impacts.