Need assistance? Check out these community resources for programs offering assistance with housing, food, clothing, and more.
If you are experiencing a mental health crisis, get help now:
- Call or text National Suicide & Crisis: 988
- Vaya Crisis Line: 1-800-849-6127
- Go to the closest Emergency Room
- Dial 911
National Suicide & Crisis Line: 988
Vaya Health: 1-800-849-6127
Alamance County United Way
Click on the link below to learn how United Way supports the Alamance County community and how to find assistance programs.
NC 211 is an informational referral service in partnership with United Way. Browse their website for resources or call them directly at 211.
Piedmont Health Services
Piedmont Health Services offers several locations throughout Alamance and surrounding counties that offer primary care on a sliding scale basis. Several locations offer dental services. Check out their website for locations and the services provided at each, along with their contact information.
Alamance County Health Department
The Alamance County Health Department can assist with immunizations, family planning, maternity care, TB and STD screenings.
Alamance County Department of Social Services
Need information on how to sign up for food stamps? Medicaid? The Alamance County Department of Social Service can assist. They may also be able to assist with utility bills depending on available funds. Call their main number for details or check out their website.
Burlington Community Health Center
1214 Vaughn Road, Burlington, NC 27217
Student Health Action Coalition Dental Clinic at UNC Chapel Hill
The SHAC Dental Clinic is a student run clinic based at the UNC School of Dentistry offering services for the surrounding community for emergent needs. They are by appointment only. To inquire about appointments and more information, call their main number or check out their website below.
101 Manning Drive, Chapel Hill, NC 27599
Dental Clinic | SHAC: Student Health Action Coalition (unc.edu)
Domestic Violence Resources
National Abuse Hotline: 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) Available 24/7
Alamance County Domestic Violence Crisis Hotline: 336-226-5985 (English)/336-264-2935 (Spanish) Available 24/7
Emergency Law Enforcement: 911
Family Abuse Services
1950 Martin Street, Burlington, NC 27217
Medicaid & Medicare Resources
How Medicaid works with Medicare
Qualifying & Applying for Medicare and Medicaid
How to Apply for Medicare and Medicaid & Additional Resources