will find support to meet the varying needs
of life's challenges.
Homes / Assisted Living
There is one nursing home and three assisted living facilities in the
Hospice & Home Care
of Alexander County
Hospice Care accepts patients with any terminal illness who have a primary care giver in the home. Most hospice care is given in the home, nursing home or rest home, allowing the patient to remain in a familiar atmosphere. If hospitalization or respite care is required, hospice continues their support program, accommodating the needs of the patient and family.
Habitat for Humanity
Habitat for Humanity works in partnership with God and people everywhere, from all walks of life, to develop communities with people in need by building and renovating houses so that there are decent houses in decent communities in which every person can experience God's love and can live and grow into all that God intends.
Christian Crisis Center
Christian Crisis Center meets the physical needs of the people
of Alexander County. The primary emphasis is to help those who,
for whatever reason, find themselves in crisis precipitating a
need for food, heating fuel, clothing or furniture. The Christian
Crisis Center has recently moved into a new location on 5th Avenue
SW in Taylorsville, next door to the Alexander Baptist Association
at the back of the parking lot.
Foothills Mental Health
Statement: The mission for Foothills Area Program is to provide
effective clinical and rehabilitation services to individuals and
their families in the areas of Mental Health, Substance Abuse and
Developmental Disabilities. We are committed to cost-effective
professional services to achieve consumer outcomes which enhance
optimal independence in their community. Our staff promote consumer
satisfaction by respecting the dignity and rights of individuals
in the pursuit of their personal goals.
Family Resource Center
Family Resource Center is a place for all families of young children
to relax, share information, find support, and play with their
children in a nurturing environment. The mission of the Family
Resource Center is to strengthen families and promote the healthy
development of children, birth to 5 years, by providing parent
education, encouragement and support, child involvement and activities
to promote child development. The center is an outreach program
of Western Carolina Center's Family, Infant and Preschool Program
and can be reached at 828-635-0728.