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Partnership Village - Transitional Housing - Greensboro Urban Ministry
About Partnership Village - Transitional Housing - Greensboro Urban Ministry
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Partnership Village is a transitional living community for homeless persons and families.
This program has 32 studio apartments for individuals, 12 two-bedroom and 24 three-bedroom apartments for families.
The goal is to assist residents to become self sufficient and move into permanent stable housing of their own.
Residents may reside at Partnership Village up to 2 years.
Please contact them directly to obtain more detailed program information.
Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.
There are 4 reviews
Anonymous - May 7, 2020
I need emergency housing
Anonymous - May 24, 2020
I am a single mother looking for a more permanent residence. We are currently homeless and everyone I have encountered says they want to help but nothing ever comes of it. Some have even bold faced lied. I just need someone to legitimately help us find a place of our own so we can actually call a place our home. Can you please help me with this??
Anonymous - Nov 23, 2020
I have heard good things about your facilities and I am in need of immediate help for myself and my children please.
Anonymous - Jan 6, 2021
I need help with my rent i have 2 young boys and i was effected by Covid-19 but I’m working now but the apartment is trying to evict us do to pass due payment
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