We provide over many services designed to help people meet their practical, social, emotional, psychological, and financial needs.
Health & Wellness
Health Education and Referrals
Street Community Outreach
Peer Education Activities
Non-Traditional Testing Site
Clearview & OraQuick
(Results in 15-20 minutes)
Individual and Family Counseling
Emergency Food Assistance
Jeanne Hopkins Lucas Education and Wellness Center
Tel: (919) 687-0793 | Fax: (919) 680-8675
Substance Abuse Care
Substance Abuse Comprehensive Outpatient Treatment
SAOPT for NON-Insured
- Diabetes Workshops
Women living with HIV
Substance Abuse: Opioids-education, treatment, alternatives
HIV/AIDS Case Management
Young men of color
Members of LGBTQ
Disengaged young adults 18-24
Experienced Service Provider
Comprehensive Needs Assessment
Intervention/Plan of Care
Referrals/Links to Health Care
After Care Group Therapy
Community Health Worker Project
Are you someone who:
Has recently tested positive for COVID-19 test?
Is waiting for results of a COVID-19 test?
Has been recently been exposed to someone with COVID-19?
At high risk for COVID-19 because of being pregnant, elderly, homeless, or immunocompromised (HIV, diabetes, etc.)?
AND do you live in Durham?
...then you may qualify for these free services:
Delivering healthy food boxes, healthy/medically tailored meals
Provided in a safe manner to/from testing sites, non-congregate shelter, medical visits, and sites to acquire food
COVID-19 Relief Payment
To help with living expenses while in isolation or quarantine (i.e. housing, food, utilities, medical costs, childcare, household bills
Medication Delivery for Prescription Drugs
Such as masks, hand sanitizer, sanitizing wipes, thermometer, adult and children's Tylenol
Please request a consultation by emailing CHW@caare-inc.org.
CAARE Food Pantry Wishlist
Your gesture of kindness,
small or large, makes a difference.
During the COVID 19 pandemic, CAARE has been faced with an increasing need for healthy food among members of the Durham community facing financial hardship. Once a week, anyone who shows up to CAARE, receives a box of food to take home, no questions asked. Stricter safety regulations, decreased funding, and a drop in volunteer engagement have made it even harder for CAARE to operate with the efficiency necessary to continue meeting this need. The items on this list will make CAARE's food pantry more efficient and less wasteful, and will empower CAARE to help more people during this crisis.