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Resolving Homelessness Through Prevention

We're providing housing for families in Guilford County experiencing homelessness or at imminent risk

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Serving Greensboro, High Point, and Greater North Carolina

Our mission is to resolve homelessness in Guilford County and surrounding areas.

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Fighting Hunger Along The Way

Did you know that 1 in 4 children in North Carolina are food insecure?

Or that 1 in 5 adults will be forced to skip a meal because of lack of food?

Because of these statistics we have developed a community Food Pantry that is “Open to the Public”.

Fight Hunger

From The Blog

"Good day to you! What an astounding time we have experienced here at Turning Point 180! My name is Kimberly Sweeney and I am a single mom from High Point, NC. I first came in contact with the ministry back in November 2009. This was during a time when I was being defiant and disobedient […]"

Featured in "We Are Now Home!"

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"Les Brown is one of the greatest motivational speakers on the planet. However, his beginnings didn’t show an ounce of him becoming something great. In his speeches he always gives his back story of how he grew up. He and his twin brother were born in an abandoned building and he was declared educable mentally retarded […]"

Featured in "Words Have Power!"

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The 180 Campaign

We can resolve homelessness together!

We are looking for 180 people to partner with us in donating $10, $100, or $1000 monthly for 12 months. These proceeds will go towards the Homeless Prevention and The Housing First Supportive Housing Program.

Partner Today

"I am homeless. They helped me find a job." -Greensboro Citizen

Have extra time?

There are many ways to get involved. Volunteers are needed in many areas such as case management, housing renovations, and much more.


Need Assistance?

It's possible that you're here because you're facing the threat of homelessness. You don't have to suffer in silence. Help is one call away.

Call (336) 272-1520