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Hopeline offers free individual and group counseling and emergency shelter, a 24-hour crisis counseling telephone line and educational programs, courtroom advocacy and volunteer training. PO Box 2064 Elizabeth City, NC 27906 (252) 338-5335 Web Site: Albemarle Hopeline Kids First offers treatment services for children who have been abused and neglected, at no charge to families.
Hopeline offers free individual and group counseling and emergency shelter, a 24-hour crisis counseling telephone line and educational programs, courtroom advocacy and volunteer training. PO Box 2064 Elizabeth City, NC 27906 (252) 338-3011 Web Site: Albemarle Hopeline ^ TOP ^ The Housing Authority works to increase homeownership, support community development and increase access to affordable housing free from discrimination.
442 Hariot Drive Elizabeth City, NC 27909 (252) 333-1401 Web Site: Elizabeth City Housing Authority Child Support Enforcement assists in establishing child support orders and collecting child support.
Head Start programs in Camden, Currituck, Gates and Pasquotank counties are administered by the Economic Improvement Council, Inc.
Contact EIC for information about a Head Start program near you.
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