The Elon Academy is proud to be an educational resource in Alamance County. For information on other resources in the county, including basic needs, the following are organizations that can assist with accessing local resources and support. If you are interested in volunteering in the community, Volunteer Alamance allows you to connect with community resources looking for assistance with special events and on-going needs.
United Way 211
A resource that provides information and referral to health and human service agencies in North Carolina. Information is available on their website, nc211.org, and through a free, confidential, 24/7 resource line by dialing 211 or 888-892-1162. Additional local resources can be accessed through United Way of Alamance County’s website: https://uwalamance.org/our-work/211-get-help/
Community Guide to Assistance
This resource, updated yearly by the United Way of Alamance County, provides quick access, by topic, to resources for basic needs and crisis/emergency services in Alamance County. Click here to download. En español.
Grocery and Meal Calendar for Alamance County
Provides a weekly overview of free, served meals and free grocery distribution to those with a financial hardship. Click here to download.
Cardinal Innovations Healthcare
Cardinal Innovations Healthcare is the managed care organization handling all Medicaid, state and local funding for mental health, intellectual and developmental disability, and substance use disorder services in Alamance County. Crisis/Emergency services are also available by calling Cardinal Innovation Healthcare Solutions 24 hour, toll-free number at 1-800-939-5911.
Centro la Comunidad
Centro la Comunidad is the Latino family center of Catholic Charities providing information and referral services, counseling, case management, immigration legal services, employment services, and advocacy.