Emergency Shelter

In need of emergency shelter tonight?

FFM’s housing programs typically do not accept applicants the same day.

If you are in need of emergency shelter tonight, please contact these organizations:

Good Shepherd Center
911 Martin Street | 910-763-4424

Salvation Army 820 N 2nd Street | 910-363-0076

Family Promise 20 N 4th Street, Ste. 440 | 910-343-0366

Open House Youth Shelter 615 Shipyard Blvd. | 910-392-7408

Domestic Violence Shelter & Services 2901 Market St | 910-343-0703

The Warming Shelter
1403 Market Street
Opens on the nights when the temperature drops below 30 degrees (two consecutive nights)


Supportive Housing

Transitional housing and rental assistance for individuals experiencing homelessness or human trafficking.
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Urban Missionary

Christian believers who feel called to serve at First Fruit Ministries for a year or more. Each is assigned to a specific staff member or program and generally live on campus...
Learn More or Apply

Sisters of Hope
Mentorship Program

Sisters of Hope is a program designed to bring friendship, love, encouragement and hope to female residents at First Fruit Ministries’ Transitional and Permanent Housing Programs.
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Mobile outreaches providing hot meals, clothing, and supplies to homeless people on the streets four times weekly.


a food box program providing fresh groceries and canned goods to low-income households two days per week.

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