Inter-Faith Council – Crisis Intervention
Services provided by Inter-Faith Council for Social Service (IFC) include a food pantry, community kitchen, community house, HomeStart program, and crisis intervention. Crisis Intervention is provided to prevent homelessness and meet basic needs. The Crisis Intervention program serves local households and persons in need by providing food, clothing, rent, utility assistance, help obtaining IDs, transportation, information and referrals. Anyone who lives or works in Chapel Hill or Carrboro may call or visit us when they are faced with economic uncertainty, an illness, or hardship that could lead to homelessness. Trained volunteers and professional staff assess clients’ needs and provide a compassionate response to personal and household emergencies.
Address: 110 W. Main Street, Carrboro, NC 27510