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Nash County residents:
Effective date has been moved to July 1, 2017. See more details here
Urgent Message:
Nash County residents:
Effective date has been moved to July 1, 2017. See more details here

Housing Services


Trillium believes unless a person has decent, safe, and affordable housing, the likelihood of being successful in treatment is low.  We are committed to partnering with communities across eastern North Carolina--municipal and rural--to ensure individuals are linked to the services and supports they need for health, wellbeing, and quality of life.

To coordinate efforts, avoid duplication and obtain the best outcomes for people served, Trillium Housing staff work closely with community representatives and agencies, such as:

  • Local Housing Authorities
  • County Social Services
  • Property Owners & Managers
  • Homeless Shelters
  • State Continuum of Care
  • Homelessness Project Coordinators Community Action Agencies
  • Local Government Officials

Click on the link below to learn more about our Housing Services

Click on the link below to view housing availability through The Arc of North Carolina:

Permanent Supportive Housing Program (PSH)

The Permanent Supportive Housing Program (PSH), formerly Shelter Plus Care, is a federally funded program that provides rental assistance to people with disabilities who are experiencing homelessness. The program specifically targets people who have a serious mental illness, substance use issues, and/or intellectual/developmental disabilities.

Continuum of Care (CoC)

Is a community plan to organize and deliver housing and services to meet the specific needs of people who are homeless as they move to stable housing and maximum self-sufficiency.  It includes action steps to end homelessness and prevent a return to homelessness.  The Balance of State Continuum of Care (BoS CoC) is one of the twelve CoCs in North Carolina. BoS CoC was created in 2005 to help rural communities apply for Continuum of Care funding from HUD. CoC funding serves homeless populations through permanent supportive housing, transitional housing and HMIS projects through an annual application process.  For more information please visit The NC Coalition to End Homelessness.

County Regional Committees

Work as a subcommittee of the Balance of State Continuum of Care to assure quality housing for all, from homelessness through self-sufficiency.  

Regional Monthly Meetings 
Pitt County Regional Committee (Pitt County)
Second Wednesday of each month at 9:00 am
  • Greenville Housing Authority (Multi-purpose room)
    1103 Broad Street,
    Greenville, NC 27834
For more information please contact:
Bob Williams
Tri County Homeless Interagency Council 
First Tuesday of every month at 9:00 am
  • Trillium Health Resources
    (Sloop Point Conference room)
    3809 Shipyard Blvd. 
    Wilmington,  NC 28403
For more information please contact:
Brett Wells
Craven County Regional Committee
(Craven County)
First Wednesday of each month at 8:00 am
  • United Way of Coastal Carolina
    601 Broad Street,
    New Bern, NC 28560
For more information please contact:
Juliet Rogers
Community Advisory Network Developing Onslow County (Onslow County)
First Friday of each month at 8:30 am
  • Trillium Health Resources
    165 Center Street, 
    Jacksonville, NC 28546
For more information please contact:
Brian Fike




Fair Housing Opportunity Awareness

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) celebrates Fair Housing Month every April to mark the passage of the Fair Housing Act. This law prohibits housing discrimination based on race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability, and family status.

The theme for this year’s Fair Housing Month commemoration is ““Fair Housing Equals Opportunity,”,” which emphasizes the fact that equality in housing provides the foundation upon which aspirations can be achieved and productive lives can be built, while reflecting the continued relevance of the Fair Housing Act 

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development today unveiled the HUD Resource Locator – an innovative mobile app and website to further expand and enhance traditional HUD customer service.

The resource locator will offer real-time HUD housing information at the fingertips of people looking to quickly connect with building managers, public housing authority representatives, and property management companies to inquire about housing availability and other housing-related questions.

Click the links below to find the app of your convenience.
   •  Google Play Store
   •  Apple Store
   •  Desktop