Rowan Helping Ministries is God’s love in action. We envision a community which helps provide for the essential physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of all its citizens.
The Robertson-Stanback Center and Jeannie’s Kitchen provide temporary shelter and services to Rowan County residents who have no alternative nighttime residence. Supportive services are available, and an individual case management approach is taken. Shelter residents receive breakfast, lunch, and supper at Jeannie’s Kitchen.
COVID-19 protocols and shelter policies must be followed.
217 N. Long St. | Salisbury, NC 28144
Lunch: 7 days/week, noon- 1 p.m.
A nutritious noon-day meal is provided to the hungry without qualification. Anyone is welcome.
Programs For Veterans
With 25 percent of our shelter guests veterans, we reach homeless veterans through referrals from the VA and connect them to housing.
Street Outreach Program
This program reaches homeless people who are not in our system, connecting them to resources and housing. The program has grown through a partnership with the City of Salisbury. If you observe need, please contact Dianne Bruce at 704.637.6838, Ext. 110, or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
North Carolina Continuum of Care, Region 5 is, a state-funded collaborative effort with Rowan, Cabarrus, Stanly, Union, and Davidson counties to provide services to the homeless.
Eagle’s Nest Transitional Housing
The program consists of:
- Eagle’s Nest I – small, efficiency apartments for parents with one or two children. Parents are required to work, pay a program fee, and attend various self-improvement programs such as budgeting, counseling, and parenting classes.
- Eagle’s Nest II – a transitional housing program of six units reserved for individuals who are homeless but working. Residents must pay a program fee and attend appropriate self-improvement programs.