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Housing & Homeless Program

Coordinated Entry is a process utilized by the Cumberland County Continuum of Care (COC) that was developed to ensure that all people experiencing a housing crisis have fair and equal access to services.

Making Homelessness Rare, Brief, and Non-Recurring

Call the vanity line at

844-401-HOPE (4673)




Come in person to one of these Access Points*:
Cumberland HealthNet
225 Green Street, Suite 310 

(Monday – Friday, 9 am –5 pm)

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Salvation Army

245 Alexander Street

(Thursday, 4 pm –5 pm)

Manna Dream Center Homeless Shelter
913 Person Street

(Tuesday, 12 pm –1 pm)

Alms House

215 W Patterson Street, Hope Mills

(Thursdays 5 pm -5:30 pm)

Fayetteville Area Operation Inasmuch

531 Hillsboro Street

(Mondays and Fridays, 7:30 am – 8:30 am)

The CHN Housing + Homeless Program is a process in which people who are experiencing a housing crisis are quickly assessed, referred and connected to local resources based on their strengths and needs. It is a coordinated effort among service providers to help end homelessness.
Cumberland HealthNET | Fayetteville, NC





About US

In April 2009, a group of community stakeholders met to address the needs of the uninsured residents of Cumberland County. Their commitment to our needs led them to form what is now, Cumberland HealthNET (CHN). CHN is a collaborative network of community organizations whose primary focus is to improve the health outcomes for the uninsured in Cumberland County by linking them with a medical home, as well as other needed health and community services.

Through its collaboration with seventeen other county and community organizations, Cumberland HealthNET seeks to improve access to care for the uninsured, improve coordination of services, provide needs assessments, identity overlaps and gaps in the services provided, provide community education and resources, advocate on behalf of the uninsured, and leverage and develop outside financial resources to support the work in Cumberland County through the following programs: Health Information, Well-Being Information, Housing & Homelessness Services, Insurance Information including qualification information, ACA Insurance, and CHN Insurance, COVID-19 Vaccination Program, Our Health Clinic, help with finding a medical professional, case management, prescription assistance, mental health assistance and nutrition information.

Let’s Talk

Give us a call or send us a message. We’ll set up a time to meet so we can learn more about you and your needs.