The ServiceSource North Carolina Regional Office is a leader in providing vocational training and employment programs for adults with disabilities. We provide individuals with disabilities valued training programs that match vocational skills to meaningful employment opportunities. We offer a variety of work settings and training options to give program participants choice and to support their succes.
Visit our career page to see current position openings in North Carolina.
For more information about services provided in North Carolina, contact us at our regional office:
600 Ames Street
Fayetteville, NC 28301
ServiceSource is a member of the North Carolina Association of Rehabilitation Facilities (NCARF), as well as the National Association for Persons in Supported Employment (APSE).
In light of the recent flooding in North Carolina we are following up with all ServiceSource NC staff and participants to ensure everyone is safe and when needed can be connected to local community resources to access shelter, food/water, and clothing. As part of our ongoing follow up managers are checking in with all staff and participants to verify their current safety status and any potential flood related issues that they may have.
We are also asking all staff to report any flood related issues directly to
Please be sure to stay safe, follow emergency guidelines, and stay in contact with your supervisor as Fayetteville begins the process of recovery.
Regional Executive Director
ServiceSource North Carolina Regional Office
Looking for Hurricane Matthew resources?
LOOKING FOR HELP AT NC211.ORG? YOU’RE IN THE RIGHT PLACE
If you need information about shelter, housing, and storm-related details call 2-1-1.
Dial 2-1-1 from any phone. Our trained call specialists are available 24/7.Welcome to NC 2-1-1's on-line resource search. If you need help finding assistance with housing, food, healthcare, utility payments, and more, we can help. Enter the area of need and your county, city, and/or zip code into the search categories and receive resource information in your community. http://www.unitedwaync.org/nc211
For Emergencies: Emergency Communications Center (9-1-1)
The Cumberland County Emergency Communications Center provides on-going assistance and support to the public for the safety and protection of life and limb and property through 9-1-1 and radio communications. If another emergency communications center needs to transfer a call to our communications center or if you are calling our center after hours, please call: 910-483-5467.
The map below cycles through the locations of shelters that are open during emergency situations. Click on the caption box or view map in the text description to go to an enlarged map for directions to a shelter.
Ensure that you have all supplies you will need to last for at least 72 hours. See Planning and Preparation page for information on what you should have ready. Please do not bring pets to the shelters. You should make other arrangements for your pets, do not leave them at home!
Special Needs Shelter
Smith Recreation Center
1520 Slater Avenue, Fayetteville
Primary Mass Care Shelters
Southview Senior High School
4640 Elk Road, Hope Mills
Spring Lake Middle School
612 Spring Avenue, Spring Lake
Mac B. Williams Middle School
4762 Clinton Road, Fayetteville
Pine Forest Senior High School
525 Andrews Road, Fayetteville
71st Senior High School
6764 Raeford Road, Fayetteville
Kiwanis Recreation Center
352 Devers Street, Fayetteville