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Nonfunded Partners

Agency Name Telephone # Description
American Red Cross /Person County Branch 336-597-2927 The American Red Cross is a humanitarian organizations, led by volunteers, that provides relief to victims of disaster and help people prevent, prepare for, and respond to emergencies.
Children's Home Society of North Carolina 336-274-1538  
Energize To Evangelize 336-599-5560  
Girl Scouts - North Carolina Coastal Pines (919)782-3021 The Girl Scout mission is to build girls of courage and character, who make the world a better place.
Home Health and Hospice of Person County 336-597-2542 Provides a  comprehesiveapproach to the care of persons in the final stages of their lives and the assist their famlies and loved ones to cope and live beyond their death.
Person County 4-H 336-599-1195 The 4-H program is for boys and girls ages 5-19 years old. Youth can participate in a 4-H club in their area or school. Each 4-H Club holds monthly meetings, elects officers, participates in community service projects, completes projects and presentations as well as participate in a variety of activities and events at the county, district and state level.
Person County Group Homes Inc. 336-599-9421 PCGH,Inc. is committed to promoting independence and self- determation so that the individuals we serve can be valued and contributing members of the community.
Person County Health Department / Healthy Personians (336)597-2204 Person County Health Department's mission statement is "promoting, protecting and  nurturing the health of our community" while the mission of Healthy Personiana is "helping Personians to be healthy". 
Person County Recycling Center 336-598-5444 To empower and assiest individuals in acherving their vocational/ personal goals
Re-Entry Pathways 4 Success 336-291-3144  
roots & wings 336-322-5437 Family Advocacy and Parenting Classes
Roxboro-Person County Rescue Squad 336-599-0123 Volunteers provideing rescue services for Person County. 
Safe Haven of Person County  336-597-8699

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