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Boy Scouts, East Carolina Council of, – (252) 243-8742, P.O. Box 1698, Kinston. Youth participate in character development, citizenship training, physical fitness programs, and learn teamwork through Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Venturers, Explorers, and Life Participants. Visit the Web Site at: www.eccbsa.org.
Carolina Family Health Centers, Inc. – (252) 243-9800, 303 East Green Street, Wilson. Director: Dee Johnson. Offers primary health care services for the entire family. Family Practice and Internal Medicine physicians available. Individual and group health education and diabetes mgmt. programs on-site. Bi-lingual staff. Medicaid, Medicare, and other Commercial Insurance accepted. Special programs available for uninsured.
Girl Scouts - North Carolina Coastal Pines - 252-560-5860 Girl Scouts is the preeminent leadership development organization dedicated soley to girls, their health, well being and development.
Habitat for Humanity, Wilson Area, – (252) 291-0816, 405 West Nash St., Suite 203, Wilson, N.C. 27893. Director: Staff. The Wilson Area Habitat for Humanity is unashamedly a Christian organization that seeks to put decent shelter on the hearts and minds of people everywhere. Web Site:http://www.wilsonhabitat.org.
Hope Station – 309 Goldsboro St. E., Wilson, NC 27893 252-291-7278. P (Wilson County Interfaith Services, Inc.) Provides food for persons who are hungry, shelter for men who are homeless, financial assistance for persons in crisis, GED classes, and Christmas toys for hundreds of children. Website: http://hopestation-wilson.org
Imagination Station Science Museum, – (252) 291-5113, 224 East Nash Street, P.O. Box 2127, Wilson, N.C. 27894-2127. Director: Jonathan Brooks Provides hands-on science activities and educational opportunities to citizens of eastern North Carolina. Web Site: http://www.imaginescience.org.
O.I.C. of Wilson, – (252) 291-0038, 801 North Reid Street, Wilson. President & CEO: Howard Jones. A multi-faceted community resource center w/programs designed to foster self-sufficiency. Include: basic education, life skills, attitudinal and motivational training, private sector customized training, job seeking and job keeping skills. Website: http://www.oicwilson.com.
PAL - Wilson Police Athletic / Activities League - (252) 399-2316 Seeks to foster a partnership between youth, police and the community that builds positive relationships through recreational, athletic and educational programs. Website www.wilsonpdpal.org.
Partnership for Children - 252-206-4235 Our mission is to support the development of young children and families in Wilson County through collaborative, community based programs focusing on health, family support services and quality education.
Special Olympics Wilson – 500 Sunset Rd., Wilson, NC 27893, 252-399-2285. Provides year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness and to demonstrate courage.
Wilson Family YMCA - (252)-291-9622 Strengthening the community by protecting and nurturing youth; improving the health and well-being of Wilson County; and fostering a sense of belonging and connectivity for all. Website: www.wilsonymca.org