On-line and Community Resources

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Wonder if alcohol is impacting your life?  Here’s a confidential assessment you can complete to satisfy your curiosity.  Resources and follow up ideas are shared upon completion.


Alcoholics Anonymous
(910) 794.1840

Narcotics Anonymous
Coastal Carolina Area
PO Box 2011
Wilmington, NC 28402
(800) 691.5427


Every now and then, life gets in the way of academic success.  CFCC Counselors are skilled at helping students identify concerns and develop a plan they can use to get back on track.  Sometimes this may include considering community resources.  Visit CFCC Student Services today and let us help you link to the support you need!

Please note that CFCC staff cannot recommend professionals or agencies but provides a list of possible resources.

NC211.org - This statewide, comprehensive call center can help students connect to a variety of community resources such as assistance with eye glasses, emergency funding, clothing programs, child care resources, and more.

Brunswick County Resource Guide

New Hanover Resource Guide – Street Sheet

Pender County Resource Guide


StopBullying.gov - Comprehensive website for students, staff and community members.


Domestic Violence Shelter & Services, Inc.
2901 Market St., Wilmington, NC  28401
(910) 343.0703

National Domestic Violence Hotline
(800) 799-7233 or (800) 787-3224 (TTY)


Good Shepherd
Martin Street/Dawn Center, Wilmington, NC  28401
(910) 763.4424

New Hanover County Department of Social Services
1650 Greenfield St., Wilmington, NC  28402
(910) 798.3400

New Hanover Youth Shelter
615 Shipyard Blvd. – Willie Stargell Office Park
Wilmington, NC 28412
(910) 392.7408
(Will accept up until 19th birthday)

Salvation Army
223 S. 3rd St., Wilmington, NC  28401
(910) 762.2070

*Also see New Hanover Street Sheet (above)


Living on your own for the first time? Using financial aid to support your academic goals? Transitioning due to employment changes? Many students find themselves needing to assess their spending habits to make ends meet while attending college. Students are encouraged to meet with CFCC Financial Aid personnel with any questions regarding their assistance. Some additional tools others have found helpful include:

Budget Worksheet

S.A.L.T. Money Management


Lower Cape Fear Hospice
1406 Physicians Dr.
Wilmington, NC  28401
(910) 796.7904
(910) 520.7032 (Diane Miller, MSW, LCSW)


LGBTQIA Resource Office at UNC-W

PFLAG of Wilmington/Cape Fear
PO Box 16287
Wilmington, NC 28408
Meetings are 2nd Sunday of each month UNCW campus Student Union

Equality NC

North Carolina Pride

Sage Wilmington of the Cape Fear Coast


New Hanover County Health Department (NHCHD)
2029 South 17th St.
Wilmington, NC  28401
(910) 798.6500

Cape Fear Clinic – Comprehensive Medical/Mental
105 Doctors Circle
Wilmington, NC  28401
(910) 343.8736

Coastal Care – 24 Hour Access to Care & Crisis Services
Connecting community members to services for mental health, intellectual and other developmental disabilities, and substance use disorders.
(866) 875.1757


Legal Aid – New Hanover
201 N. Front St., Wilmington, NC  28401
(910) 763.6207


Rape Crisis Center of Coastal Horizons Center, Inc.
(910) 392-7460 (New Hanover)
(910) 754.7949 (Brunswick)

Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network 
(800) 656-HOPE (4673)
Live help for sexual assault victims and their friends and family.  Free.  Confidential.  Secure.