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Childcare Programs

*While we make every effort to keep this information up to date we suggest you call the organization to confirm
Organization Address Phone Number Hours Services Offered Referral Type Additional Information
A Childs Place 601 E. 5th Street
Suite 230
Charlotte, NC 28202
704-343-3790 Services offered within the school Support Homeless children within CMS School Counselor, Self Qualifications Contact
Amigos de Cristo 201 S. Old Statesville Road/ HWY 11
Charlotte, NC 28078
Spanish Speakers – 704-716-4406

English Speakers – 704-892-5641

Provides academic support to children k-5th grade in the Latino/Hispanic community so that they may succeed in EOG testing; offers homework support, basic remedial help in reading, writing, math, and small group tutoring. VBS during the summer
Bethlehem Center Main Phone Number: 704-375-1417

Head Start : 704-333-0203

Out of School Time: 704-371-7426

Early Childhood Development Program, After school program with tutoring and mentoring, and Scholarship Fund. Social Worker or Partner agency
Charlotte Bilingual Preschool 6300 Highland Avenue
Charlotte, NC 28215
704-535-8080 Preschool for low-income Hispanic/ Latino children
Charlotte Mecklenburg County Schools 701 E. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., Charlotte, NC 980-343-3000 Provides pre-k through 12th grade in Mecklenburg County; Dial-A-Teacher assists students with homework questions in all subject areas. Afterschool programs available.
Child Care Resources, Inc 4600 Park Road
Suite 400
Charlotte, NC 28209
704-376-6697 Assists with affordable child care, HeadStart program. Works with families and communities to ensure that all children have access to high quality, affordable early learning and school-age opportunities and experiences that enable them to succeed in school and in life.
Communities in Schools of Charlotte-Mecklenburg 601 E. 5th Street, Suite 300
Charlotte, NC 28202
704-335-0601 Helps young people stay in school and prepare for life by connecting them to the resources they need to be successful; includes tutoring and mentoring, cultural and volunteer activities, healthcare and counseling, parent involvement workshops, teen parent programs, and college access/ career services program) Parents interested in their child participating in CIS must make a referral to the CIS school-based site coordinator. (For a list of CMS schools that currently offer CIS, please see Schools We Serve.)
Easter Seals UCP Irwin & Carol Belk Development Center 10150 Mallard Creek Road
Suite 510
Charlotte, NC 28262
704-333-8220 Subsidized childcare for children with special needs
Exceptional Children’s Assistance Center (ECAC) 907 Barra Row, Suites 102/103, Davidson, NC 28036 704-892-1321 Provides support to families and children with individual needs in a school setting
Head Start Many private locations throughout the city- go to website for locations 1-866-763-6481 Main Office – Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 6 p.m Low-income child development program for children ages birth through 5
International House 1817 Central Avenue, Suite 215
Charlotte, NC 28205
704-333-8099 Provides education and children’s programs, children’s international camps, school and scout visits, cultural arts resources and displays, International Law Clinic.
NC Outward Bound 1351 East Morehead Street, Ste. 105, Charlotte, NC 28204 704-348-6750 Wilderness Experience for Youth 14+; offers scholarships
Neighborhood Family Resource Center 2631 Kenhill Street
Charlotte, NC 28208
980-859-0988 Provides community outreach, after school tutorial/ enrichment program, support groups, and summer programs.
Right Moves For Youth 2211 W. Morehead St., Charlotte, NC 28208 704-377-4425 Student Resource Program
Scholars Helping Scholars – Young Scholars Davidson College Presbyterian Church, 100 N. Main Street, Davidson, NC 28036 704-894-2666 provides academic support to children including homework support, and foreign language and higher mathematics tutoring
TEACCH Center 5701 Executive Center Drive, Suite 108, Charlotte, NC 28212 704-563-4103 Provides diagnoses and treatment for autistic and communication-handicapped children and adults; supports families; trains and consults with professionals, including CMS teachers; vocational referral for clients able to work
Thompson Child and Family Focus 6800 St. Peter’s Lane,
Matthews, NC 28105
704-536-0375 Counseling for children, children with special needs, parenting classes, anger management and school based programs
Trips for Kids 4508 Esherwood Lane
Charlotte, NC 28270
704-944-3581 A non-profit organization that provides bicycling experiences for kids in need
Upward Bound Johnson C Smith University
100 Beatties Ford Road
Charlotte, NC 28216
919-962-1281 Provides fundamental support to participants in their preparation for college entrance  Contact Office of TRiO Programs
YWCA Central Carolinas – Youth Learning Centers Multiple Youth Learning Center locations 980-585-0505 Provides youth programs weekly to engage at risk youth in character building activities for communication, anger management, and conflict resolution

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