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Emergency Rental Assistance Program

Relief is now available to eligible households seeking rent or utility payment assistance. Eligible residents of Fayetteville and Cumberland County can apply for rent and utility aid through the Emergency Rental Assistance Program (RAP). The RAP will help cover past, current or upcoming rent or utility payments for households experiencing economic constraints from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Apply online 💻 at or call 📞 888-495-7710


Coronavirus Briefing: North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper and HHHS secretary Dr. Mandy Cohen hold a news briefing, June 10, 2021, to discuss the latest coronavirus update.

The Fayetteville-Cumberland County Continuum of Care (CoC) has launched a resource page in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. We will provide community advocates and service providers with updated information and resources as they become available.

For our Homeless Service Providers:
CoC Homeless Service Provider Guide
CDC Provider Guide Flyer
Posters and CDC Fact Sheets

For our Community and Community Advocates:
Community Resources (Updated 3/31/20)
Resource Guide for Those in Need (CC Library)

To access Coordinated Entry for Homelessness:
Coordinated Entry
Or call: (910) 479-HOME 
              (910) 479-4663

Locations of Sanitary Stations for Homeless:
Portalet and Hand Wash Station Locations

DIY Face Cloths:
DIY Face Cloths

Photos of mask distributions

The FCCCoC delivered 100 masks to Harvest Ministries of Fayetteville (325 N Eastern Blvd., Fayetteville) on June 24, 2020. From L-R: Kym Lewis, CC Community Development, C.J. Hardin, Harvest Ministries of Fayetteville, and Debbie Brown, Secretary of the FCCCoC
The FCCCoC delivered 100 masks to Veterans Empowering Veterans (325 B Street, Fayetteville) on June 22, 2020.
From L-R: Renee’ Elder, CEO of Veterans Empowering Veterans, and Debbie Brown, Secretary of the FCCCoC
The FCCCoC delivered and distributed 100 masks to our homeless residents at Seth’s Wish on June 11, 2020. From L-R: Kym Lewis, of Cumberland County Community Development, Amber Bonds of Seth’s Wish, and Debbie Brown, Secretary of FCCOC
Andrew McLean of the Red Cross, delivering To-Go containers to Shelley Hudson of the Salvation Army, and Debbie Brown, Secretary of the FCCOC. Containers were also provided to Seth’s Wish.

FY 2021 CoC Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO)

The U.S Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) released the 2021 Notice of Funding Availability (NOFO) for the Continuum of Care (CoC) Homeless Assistance Program on August 18, 2021. The FY2021 NOFO is available at  Cumberland County Community Development (CCCD), as the lead agency and Collaborative Applicant for the Fayetteville / Cumberland County …

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Cumberland County Community Development (CCCD), on behalf of the Fayetteville / Cumberland County Continuum of Care (CoC) on Homelessness, is soliciting proposals through the Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) Program funded through the North Carolina Department of Health of Human Services (NCDHHS).   To obtain more information, please click on the link to direct you to the …

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