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Barbara L. Goodmon Family Shelter

We Offer Hope & Refuge

The Salvation Army of Wake County Barbara L. Goodmon Family Shelter programs are designed to provide emergency or transitional housing to families in need. Underlying this program is a motivation to identify the causes of homelessness and work to eliminate homelessness at its source. We are located at 1863 Capital Boulevard in Raleigh.

How we help equip families

While at a Salvation Army shelter, families and individuals participate in programs and workshops developed to promote self-sufficiency and personal development. Each resident is matched with an on-site caseworker and together they develop an extensive goal-oriented program designed to identify and overcome the barriers to safe, permanent housing. 

Get Shelter
The Barbara L. Goodmon Family Emergency Shelter at the Judy D. Zelnak Center of Hope assists homeless families and those fleeing domestic violence. In addition to providing basic necessities, we offer individual case management, parenting workshops and tutoring opportunities for children. We are located at 1863 Capital Blvd in Raleigh.

All referrals for shelter must come through Wake County's Coordinated Entry System.