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Agency Partners

United Way Of Davidson County
11 Court Square, Ste.100  –
P.O. Box 492, Lexington, NC 27293-0492
Contact:  Brittany Pruitt        
Email: Brittany Pruitt
Phone:  (336) 249-2532        
United Way of Davidson County is composed of staff and a 30-person volunteer Board of Directors representing business, social services, local government, and individual donors across Davidson County.  Conducts an Annual Campaign and  Fund Distribution process in partnership with 28 human service agencies in Davidson County.  


American Red Cross – Greater High Point / Davidson Chapter
815 Phillips Avenue              
High Point, North Carolina 27262
Contact: John Hughes        
E-mail: John Hughes
Phone: (336) 885-9121         
Program: Provides disaster preparedness and relief, including assistance to victims of single-family fires; emergency communication for members of the armed forces and their families; international tracing services for refugees.  Provides blood and blood products to area hospitals.  Offers training classes in first aid, CPR, HIV/AIDS education, babysitting, aquatics, children’s programs and direct services such as first aid team.  

The Arc of Davidson County
1900 S. Main Street            
Lexington, North Carolina 27292
Contact: Teresa McKeon         
E-mail:  Teresa McKeon
Phone: (336) 248-2842         
Program: The Arc of Davidson County is committed to securing for all people with intellectual and developmental disabilities the opportunity to choose and realize their goals of where and how they learn, live, work and play.  We provide advocacy and programs for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, including resource and referral, education, family support, group living, afterschool and summer camp.

Cancer Services of Davidson County
25 W. 6th Avenue                           
Lexington, North Carolina   27292
Contact:  Ray Howell             
E-mail: Ray Howell
Phone:  (336) 249-7265         
Program:  Serves cancer patients and their families by providing financial assistance for prescribed life-supporting cancer meds, equipment, supplies and nutritional support, transportation to and from chemo/radiation treatments, emotional support groups, individual emotional support, home and hospital visitation program, spiritual outreach program and educational programs.

Communities In Schools- Lexington/Davidson County
68 E 4th St., P.O. Box 177        
Lexington, N.C.   27293
Contact: Vera McRae       
E-mail:  Vera McRae
Phone:  (336) 242-1520         
Program:  Links at-risk students with mentors and assists in bringing resources into the schools (including school supplies, clothing, and medical referrals).  Provides college, career and scholarship counseling for high school students.

Communities In Schools of Thomasville
400 Turner Street            
Thomasville, North Carolina   27360
Contact: Mary Jane Akerman       
E-mail:  Mary Jane Akerman
Phone: (336) 474-4233         
Program:  Serves as a catalyst for keeping at-risk students in school through tutoring, counseling and management activities; develop public/private partnerships and link with schools.

Davidson Medical Ministries Clinic, Inc.
420 N. Salisbury Street
P.O. Box 584                
Lexington, NC  27293
Contact:  Sandra Motley        
E-mail:  Sandy Motley
(Primary)Patient  Number:  (336) 243-7475  
Business Number: 336-249-6215
Program:  Provides prescription drugs/dental services and basic medical treatment to indigent/un-insured/under-insured.

The Dragonfly House Children's Advocacy Center
161 E. Lexington Road
Mocksville, NC 27028
Contact: Brandi Reagan
Email: Brandi Reagan
Phone: 336-753-6155
Program: Reduces the devastating long-term effects that all forms of child abuse has on children, their families and society through immediate, coordinated, child focused services, education
and advocacy.

Fairgrove Family Resource Center
159 Myrtle Drive            
Thomasville, N.C. 27360
Contact: Terri Fisher    
Email: Terri Fisher
Phone: (336) 472-7217           
Program: Provides emergency financial assistance to those experiencing financial hardship.  This includes assistance with utility bills, rent, mortgage and food.

Family Services of Davidson County
1303 Greensboro St., Extension
P.O. Box 607                
Lexington, North Carolina   27293-0607
Executive Director: Julia Toone    
E-mail: Julia Toone
Phone: (336) 249-0237          
Program: Provides crisis intervention including shelter and other domestic violence and sexual assault services; provides counseling services to at-risk children and families, in-home counseling services; a mentoring program; and services to area employers during organizational crisis.

Girl Scouts Carolinas Peaks to Piedmont, Inc.
8818 W. Market Street
Colfax, NC 27235    
Contact: Karen Bell Chandler    
E-mail: Karen Bell Chandler
Phone: 336-369-7452        
Mobile: 336-831-6277
Program: Enriches the lives of young girls by providing character development through
different activities; also works to improve financial literacy, and promotes Anti-bullying programs.  “Girl Scouts builds girls of courage, confidence and character who make the world a better place.”  From ages 5-17.

Hospice of Davidson County
200 Hospice Way            
Lexington, North Carolina   27292
Contact: Laura Owen        
E-mail:  Laura Owen
Phone: (336) 475-5444        
Program: Provides medical, emotional, social and spiritual support in the final months of life for the terminally ill and their families.

J. Smith Young YMCA - Lexington
119 W. 3rd Avenue            
Lexington, North Carolina   27292
Contact: Gene Klump        
E-mail:  Gene Klump
Phone: (336) 249-2177          
Program: A family facility offering after-school care programs, summer day camp, health and safety classes, aquatic classes; and services for physically/mentally handicapped.

Lexington Housing CDC
21 W 2nd Street                
Lexington, NC 27292
P.O. Box 933                
Contact: Toby Prince
Email: Toby Prince
Phone: (336) 236-1675          
Programs: Home Repair Program provides assistance to at-risk elderly and/or disabled homeowners who can't afford necessary repairs.  Hispanic Home Ownership Program provides counseling/education to low-income Hispanic families with a goal of purchasing a home.  
Credit Counseling – 243-8111

The Life Center of Davidson County, Inc.
601 West Center St.        
Lexington, North Carolina   27292
Contact: Beth Rummage        
E-mail: Beth Rummage
Phone:  (336) 249-2155          
Program:  An adult daycare program that provides quality daytime care and activities for
older and impaired adults; beneficial for working caregivers or those needing respite.

Meals on Wheels - Lexington
11 Vance Street            
Lexington, North Carolina   27292    
Phone:  336-248-4934
Contact: Bob Husted/Craig Bullins
E-mail:  Craig Bullins
Program: This service is staffed by volunteers, who deliver hot, well-balanced meals to the aged, convalescent, handicapped and others who are unable to prepare adequate meals.

Meals on Wheels - Thomasville
P.O. Box 1821            
Thomasville, North Carolina   27361
Contact:  Jackie Moore        
E-mail:  Jackie Moore
Phone: 336-476-3158    
Cell: 409-5495    
Program:  This service is staffed by volunteers, who deliver hot, well-balanced meals to the aged, convalescent, handicapped and others who are unable to prepare adequate meals

Pastor’s Pantry
307 N. State Street            
Lexington, North Carolina   27292
Contact: Donna Mashburn , Executive Director    
E-mail: Donna Mashburn
Phone: (336) 249-8824          
Program:  Non-profit food pantry that provides monthly groceries for needy senior adults age 60 and older and members of their households throughout Davidson County and that also supplies emergency food for needy families and individuals regardless of age.

Path of Hope
1675 E. Center St.
P.O. Box 1824            
Lexington, North Carolina   27293-1824
Contact: Angie Banther        
E-mail: Angie Banther
Phone: (336) 248-8914          
Program: Offers a 28 day substance abuse residential treatment program for men and women.  Also offers a long term SA halfway house for women.

Positive Wellness Alliance
400 E. Center St.
P.O. Box 703                
Lexington, NC  27293
Contact:   Julie Meyer        
E-mail:  Julie Meyer
Phone:  (336) 248-4646           
Program:  Provides coordination of direct services and care for persons who are living with HIV/AIDS through HIV medical case management (including the coordination of medical, dental, legal, mental health, transportation and financial services), social services advocacy, counseling and education.

Project Potential
P.O. Box 1823
Lexington, NC 27293
Contact: Anna Hayes
Email: Anna Hayes
Phone: 336-242-1617
Program: The focus of Project Potential has expanded to meet the needs of a growing number of economically disadvantaged students in the Lexington City School System.  With addition of services that provide comprehensive support throughout high school, we are now able to identify and successfully address many of the obstacles our students face in the college application and enrollment process.

Salvation Army – Davidson County
314 W. 9th Avenue
Lexington, NC 27292
P.O. Box 770                
Lexington, North Carolina   27293
Contact: Wayne Meads
E-mail:  Wayne Meads

Phone:  (336) 249-0336
Program:  Provides financial assistance to those in need for rent, utilities, prescriptions, food and clothing, heating fuel and household items.  Soup kitchen provides meals 5 days a week to needy.   
Thomasville Address:
10 Pine Street Phone: 336-472-7800

Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club
10 Pine Street               
Thomasville, North Carolina   27360
Contact: Brandon Lomax        
Email:  Brandon Lomax
Phone:  (336) 472-7800 x 26         
Program:  Offers prevention oriented programs for needy youth after school, evenings and during the summer, including tutoring, character building, education, drug prevention, family life skills/education.

Services For The Deaf & Hard of Hearing of Davidson County
8 Franklin Street            
Lexington, North Carolina   27292
Contact: Ginny Clark              
E-mail:  Ginny Clark
Phone: 336-899-7059                   
Program: Provides information and services for the deaf and hard of hearing; offers interpreting services for consumers and providers; develop related workshops and seminars.

South Davidson Family Resource Center
PO Box 1197            
Denton, NC 27239
Contact:  Kaitlyn Baker
Email: Kaitlyn Baker
Phone: 859-5399        
Program:  Provides food and clothing pantry.  We also provide emergency financial assistance to those experiencing financial hardship after qualification and this assistance includes utility bills, rent and mortgage.

Special Olympics Davidson County
555-D West Center St. Extension
P.O. Box 1067            
Lexington, North Carolina   27293
Contact: Mary Ann Brown         
E-mail:  Mary Ann Brown
Phone:  (336) 242-2959          
Program: Offers free year-round sports training and athletic competition for youth and adults with intellectual disabilities.  Giving them the opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, build their self-esteem, experience joy and the sharing of their skill and friendships with other athletes, their families and the community.

Tom A. Finch Community YMCA - Thomasville
1010 Mendenhall Road        
Thomasville, North Carolina   27360
Contact: Tommy Hodges         
E-mail:  Tommy Hodges
Phone:  (336) 475-6125         
Program: Provides various youth programs; after school child care; summer day camps; youth sports and swimming lessons; and adult classes in water exercise and aerobics.

The Workshop of Davidson, Inc.
P.O. Box 906                

Lexington, North Carolina   27293-0906
Contact: Mike Foster        
E-mail:  Mike Foster
Phone: (336) 248-2816          
Program: Provides vocational and life skills training for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.


Davidson County Community Action
911 S. Talbert Boulevard
Lexington, NC 27292
Contact: Scott McLaughlin
Email: Scott McLaughlin
Phone: 336-249-0234
Program: DCCA promotes economic mobility by connecting people to community resources, coaching people to help themselves, and calling attention to inequality in our county.

Kidz Dreamz Klub
40 E. 1st Avenue
Lexington, NC 27292
Contact: Richard Akashambatwa
Email: Richard Akashambatwa
Phone: 336-237-9720
Program: Provides after-school and summer camp for children with a focus on helping improve educational outcomes for children enrolled.