In addition to anti-racism and LGBTQ+ inclusion, Green Street is committed to and active in poverty alleviation, harm reduction, and recovery, all as part of how we live out our mission, especially our call to SERVE. We are grateful to do this and more in part by making our building available to nonprofits and community groups that align with our mission. While the list of entities that have used our space is long, these organizations are ones with offices and/or regular meetings & operations in our building.
The Twin City Harm Reduction Collective seeks to improve the health and lives of people who use drugs in Winston-Salem, NC and surrounding areas through both a fixed site and mobile services. For more information, hours of operation, or volunteer opportunities, visit www.tchrc.org or text/call 336-529-4492.
A gathering of folks dedicated to supporting each other through recovery meets in our Fellowship Hall every weekday (Monday-Friday). You can get more information on those and other meetings at: www.TCANA.org.
The Shalom Project's mission is to develop and grow programs across our community that challenge the cycle of poverty with a spirit of inclusion, compassion and justice. Read on for basic information; learn more at www.theshalomprojectnc.org.
Food Pantry & Clothing Closet
Located at Green Street Church
Tuesdays 9:00-11:30 a.m.
Medical Clinic and Pharmacy
Located at 3185 Maplewood Ave.
Wednesdays at 4:30 p.m.
If you are interested in volunteering for any of The Shalom Project's programs, call 336-721-0606 or email
Sanctuary Counseling Group offers mental health and pastoral counseling out of Charlotte and in satellite offices across the Piedmont. Two days a week, our building functions as one of those satellite offices, hosting a therapist in a welcoming and safe space. Learn more at https://www.sanctuarycounselinggroup.org/, or reach out to Travis Jeffords at email@example.com or 980-443-5814.