4-H of Lee County
American Red Cross, Sanford Office
Blandonia Day Care Center
Boys and Girls Clubs of Sanford/Lee County
Center for Independent Living
Christians United Outreach Center of Lee County
Coalition for Families in Lee County
Communities in Schools of Lee County
Family Promise of Lee County

HAVEN in Lee County
Helping Hand Clinic
Highway to Healing
Johnston-Lee-Harnett Community Action
LCI Inc.
Legal Aid of North Carolina, Local Office
t.l.c. home inc.
The Salvation Army
Warren Williams Child Development Center

4-H of Lee County. Fosters the potential of youth through learning activities and community projects. 919.775.5624. back to top

American Red Cross, Sanford Office. Provides and coordinates a range of emergency-related services, including disaster relief, county-wide blood drives, CPR and first aid training, aquatics safety training and assistance to military families. 919.774.6857.
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Blandonia Day Care Center. Cares for preschool children in a licensed, nonprofit facility. Children in the all-day program range from 2- to 5-years-old; in the after-school program, ages range from 5 to 12. 919.774.4122.  
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Boys and Girls Clubs of Sanford/Lee County. Provides educational and recreational opportunities after school and during the summer for children to achieve a bright and successful future. 919.776.3525.
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Center for Independent Living. Provides facilities and services in the community that enable adults with developmental disabilities to live independently. 919.774.6433.
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Christians United Outreach Center of Lee County. Provides emergency food and other services to meet physical, spiritual and other needs and help people become less dependent on public aid. 919.774.8485. back to top

Coalition for Families in Lee County. Conducts projects to improve the quality of life in Lee County. 919.774.8144.
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Communities in Schools of Lee County. Helps connect needed community resources with schools and other educational sites to help young people successfully learn, stay in school and prepare for life. 919.718.5426.
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Family Promise of Lee County. Cares for homeless families by providing a safe place to live and a full range of practical and educational help needed to overcome specific circumstances and become self-sufficient. 919.718.1540. back to top

HAVEN in Lee County. Offers crisis intervention and support to victims and survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault — and to their families. 919.774.8923. back to top

Helping Hand Clinic. Offers acute and chronic health services, free of charge, to uninsured Lee County residents. 919.776.4359.
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Highway to Healing. Provides cancer patients with free transportation to hospitals and physican offices to receive medical treatment. 919.774.8940. back to top

Johnson-Lee-Harnett Community Action. Provides resources that help low-income people become self-sufficient. 919.776.0746. back to top

LCI Inc. Helps people with disabilities enjoy their greatest possible freedom and independence. 919.775.3439.
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Legal Aid of North Carolina, Local Office. Provides free or low-cost legal services in non-criminal matters to low-income residents in a six-county region that includes Lee. 919.542.0475.
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t.l.c. home inc. Provides a 10-bed operational, residential home with 24-hour care and training for profoundly mentally retarded children and young adults. 919.774.4355. back to top

The Salvation Army. Reaches out to those in need — particularly those in need of emergency assistance. 919.718.1717. back to top

Warren Williams Child Development Center. Improves educational opportunities for low income families through early childhood education, adult literacy and parenting education. 919.774.3529. back to top

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