Nu-Hope Community Center, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit agency committed to finding
solutions to mitigate homeless issues among veterans and their families in Goldsboro is proud to announce the opening of its new Tiny Homes for veterans.
The organization has partnered with the Positive Point Program, Arbor Management, and Leon N. Weiner and Associates of Delaware to provide much-needed housing for veterans. The Tiny Homes are the first of their kind in the Goldsboro community.
To celebrate the opening of the Tiny Homes, Nu-Hope Community Center will host an open house and ribbon cutting ceremony on Tuesday, Nov. 7, at 900 N. Virginia St., Goldsboro, from 2 to 4 p.m.
The public is welcome to join the event and tour the units. The Nu-Hope Community Center will offer much more than a place for veterans to call home but a true sense of community; a safe and supportive environment where our heroes can access essential services and resources to get their lives back on track and recapture that sense of pride and honor that they so willingly displayed while serving our great country.
Nu-Hope Community Center believes that housing often stands in the way of recovery, and Tiny Homes will help veterans facing this most difficult challenge.
For more information about Nu-Hope Community Center and its services, please contact Janice Johnson, Executive Director, at (919) 738-1716 and/or visit NHCC’s website at nuhopecc.com.