Hope Mission provides the following services:

  • Community Kitchen serving lunch 7 days a week
  • Emergency Financial Assistance for residents of Carteret County
  • Men’s Emergency Shelter giving men emergency overnight Shelter
  • Recovery Services helping those with addictions

serverCommunity Kitchen located at at 1410 Bridges St., Morehead City NC is open for lunch 7 days a week from 11 am through 12:30 pm. A hot lunch is served by volunteers to any who need and desire a meal.

In 2016, our kitchen served 39,232 hot, nutritious meals.

Men’s Emergency Shelter can accommodate 10-15 persons nightly. During the day, guests are given assignments including but not limited: volunteering at the mission, attending treatment, securing social security cards, securing other identification, following up on job opportunities, visiting the community college, searching for housing and visiting the Employment Security Commission.

Shelter guests are taught life skills and are encouraged to participate in Bible study during the week and attend church on Sunday.

How do I check in to the Shelter?

Men needing emergency overnight shelter may come directly to the Shelter located at 1410 Bridges Street in Morehead City. Intake begins at 6pm for new persons. Registered guests have until 7pm to check in each night. While we do not hold beds for new intake persons you may call prior to arriving, the day of intended arrival, to see if there is space available.

What do I expect when I arrive?

You will meet with the Supervisor, fill out an application and agree to follow the guidelines and responsibilities that you will have while living in the shelter.

In 2016, there were 155 men that stayed in the Emergency Homeless Shelter

Emergency Financial Assistance for residents of Carteret County is rendered without regard to race, religion, ethnic origin, gender, or age. Residents of Carteret County may come in for assistance on Tuesday and Thursday from 9:00am – 11:00am (our last check in will be at 10:30am so we can finish paperwork prior to lunch)

What type of assistance is provided?
Our outreach ministry provides emergency financial aid to those it can serve through the paying of bills which threaten to leave persons without electricity, heating fuel, rent, and other such essentials. Our caregivers seek to give counsel as well as assistance. This ministry operates each Tuesday through Thursday from 9am through 11:00am. To receive Emergency Financial Assistance you must come to Hope Mission (1410 Bridges Street Morehead City) we do not give assistance over the phone. Please bring identification and bring the bill you are seeking financial assistance for when you come in to talk with us.

Other assistance may be provided in the case of special emergencies such as fires, major medical needs, etc. Please feel free to contact us to find out other information about other services. We also pray with and for our clients.