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2-1-1 by United Way

NC 2-1-1 is a resource to help you find health and human service assistance in your local community. It is a free database and referral service that can be accessed all day, every day. It is also updated with changes to services/hours of organizations as a result of COVID-19. To access, dial 2-1-1 or visit: To get COVID-19 updates in NC text COVIDNC to 898211.

Love is a Verb

This group assists with individual needs, as well as provides information about agencies and groups in the area who can provide support and resources. Follow their facebook to make request for help running errands, getting volunteers, or connecting to resources.

NC Department of Health and Human Services

COVID-19 guidance, services, and other resources from the NC Department of Health and Human Services.

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Latest Updates From Habitat Catawba Valley

Habitat Catawba Valley & ReStore Catawba Reopening Update

Shelter and safety go hand in hand. Though our doors have been closed to the public, the team at Habitat Catawba Valley has still been hard at work this entire time building forward. Now, we are excited to announce that we are beginning to resume some of our public...

Director’s Corner – Being a Hero Begins at Home

Director’s Corner – Being a Hero Begins at Home

In no other time has our Home been asked to do more. From transforming into a home office, to a school classroom, to a quarantine facility, to a full-time restaurant, our Homes have taken on the jobs that we used to do past our front door.

COVID-19 Update 4/1/2020

COVID-19 Update 4/1/2020

Dear Neighbors, These are uncharted times for our community and events are changing quickly. Just 10 days ago, Habitat suspended public operations through March 31st. Now updated CDC and NCDHHS guidelines for North Carolina mean that Habitat will be on hold longer...