Partnership Village

Partnership Village is a housing community with supportive services for men, women and families getting resettled after experiencing homelessness.

This program provides case management and other services to help the residents work toward independence and self-sufficiency.

Adults living in the community can participate in such activities as on-site regular recovery meetings, chaplaincy services, support groups, life skills and educational workshops. The program staff works with dedicated volunteers to provide opportunities for extra support and growth for children and youth also. The Servant Leadership School of Greensboro hosts a tutoring program for children. Clement Mallory teaches literacy and healthy life skills through the Kids Poetry Basketball program. Career and college exploration is encouraged through the Future Bound Program for middle- and high-school age students.

The complex has 32 studio apartments, 12 two-bedroom family apartments, and 24 three-bedroom family apartments and is located in northeast Greensboro.

Gin Reid Hall, longtime Christian educator and former Pathways Shelter Director, is the director of the Partnership Village program. Gin Reid is a graduate of Wake Forest University and earned her MA in Christian Education from Union Theological Seminary and Presbyterian School of Christian Education.

Larry King oversees the case management services at Partnership Village.  He graduated from NC A&T State University with Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees and has served Partnership Village since 1999.


For more information about the Partnership Village program, please contact us:

Partnership Village Apartment Community
135 Greenbriar Road
Greensboro, North Carolina 27405
Phone 336.286.6401
Fax 336.286.6402

Meet James, one of our Beyond GUM clients who lived with his family at Partnership Village.