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Housing Resources

*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 Need Help
Affordable Housing Online Website with listings of Charlotte specific affordable housing and information.
Alexander Youth Network 6220 Thermal Road
Charlotte NC 28211
855-362-8470 Call anytime Monday thru Friday, 8:30am to 5:00pm Alexander Youth Network offers a comprehensive array of children’s behavioral healthcare services.
Programs and services can be divided into three categories:
Diagnostic & Outpatient Office Services
Diagnostic and outpatient services can be accessed from Alexander locations in Mecklenburg, Gaston, Lincolnton and Cleveland counties. Diagnostic assessment is available to those new to the mental health system and who need a determination for treatment, and for those whose assessment has been ordered by the courts. Assessments are conducted through Alexander’s Outpatient Therapy Services which can also provide psychological testing, therapy and other services. Alexander’s Outpatient staff includes board-certified psychiatrists, psychologists, and licensed clinical therapists.
Programs Available in the Home or at Community Locations
Community programs are those services delivered in the home and community. They include such services as Multisystemic Therapy and Intensive In-Home. Programs focus on building family supports to help maintain an emotionally disturbed child in the least restrictive environment possible, and on training caregivers to manage behaviors, handle medications, and other sometimes difficult tasks. The duration, frequency and intensity of services is determined by diagnostic assessment and ongoing consultation between the treatment team which includes Alexander staff, other professionals, school staff, family members, and others involved in treatment.
Treatment at our Main Campus
Alexander provides a 36-bed Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility (PRTF) at its main Thermal Road campus in Charlotte. The program serves severely disturbed children needing 24-hour supervision by a nursing staff. Typical treatment duration is four to six months.The Thermal Road campus is also home to the agency’s largest Day Treatment program. With capacity to serve 42 children, Charlotte Day Treatment offers treatment for children Alexander provides a continuum of services to children and families that covers most treatment intensity levels from one step down from inpatient hospitalization to periodic outpatient therapy and/or medication management
The first step
If you do not already have a Comprehensive Clinical Assessment, you will need one to determine what treatment option is best for the child in your care.
1. CALL 855.362.8470 to schedule an assessment or contact the Alexander Location nearest to you for more information on how to access services. Please note that we do not schedule more than 5 days in advance for an assessment. Visit our list of therapists to view information about their training, background, and specialties.
2. COME BY. If you live in Mecklenburg County, we offer walk-in assessments on a first-come, first-served basis at our Child and Family Therapy Office located at 5855 Executive Center Drive, Suite 111, Charlotte, NC 28212, Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Assessments can take up to two hours, so there may be a wait. Please note that paperwork will take approximately 15 minutes to complete, so arrive early
Admissions Guidelines Intake admissions
Baptist Children’s Home P.O. Box 338, Thomasville, NC 27360 704-474-1200 Maternity home for single, pregnant women and their children Referrals to Baptist Children’s Homes are accepted from anyone and can be as simple as an email or a phone call. Children and families are referred by themselves, departments of social services, pastors, educators, juvenile services, or other family members.

The admissions process begins by contacting the nearest BCH Family Service Area. Applications for admission are provided to and received from only the legal custodian who must be a legal resident of North Carolina.

A BCH social worker and the entire family hold initial inquiry interviews, and a strength-based assessment is conducted with the family. The decision to provide service is made by the area providing the service. A plan of service is then prepared stating the purpose of the service based on the family’s issues, including goals and strategies necessary to help the child and family.

If you feel Baptist Children’s Homes can help you, email us now. Provide us with your information in the fields below. A specially trained staff member will be in touch with you as soon as possible.

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Barrington Oaks 7123 Barrington Dr # E
Charlotte, NC 28215
704-535-2613 Call for an appointment Privately Owned Apartments with Subsidized Rent Programs
Apply directly with each complex; a waiting list is likely
Battered Women’s Shelter 601 East Fifth Street-Administrative Office
Suite 400
Charlotte, NC 28202
Crisis Hot line: 704-332-2513 (24-hours, 7 days/week)
Administrative Line: 704-944-0169
Fax: 704-944-0240
Hours of Operation: 24 hours/7 days per week Safe Alliance proudly announced the opening of the Clyde and Ethel Dickson Domestic Violence Shelter in winter 2012-13. The shelter has been the realization of a dream and a source of hope for those in need of sanctuary from abusive situations.

The Safe Alliance shelter has 80 beds, compared to the 29 beds at the former shelter. The shelter is located on a 5-acre site in Charlotte, convenient to public transportation and other support services. The 40,000 square foot facility has state-of-the-art security.

With an increase in capacity, Safe Alliance offers longer stays for our clients. In the former shelter, clients were limited to stays of 30-days due to a lack of space. Now, each family’s needs are addressed individually and service plans are developed accordingly.

The shelter space includes 10 units for single adults and 19 apartment style suites for families. It also includes multi-purpose spaces that support our available programming, including counseling, substance use treatment, support groups, individual advocacy, and life skills and career planning services. Dedicated spaces include a free medical clinic, a kitchen and dining room, age appropriate gathering spaces for children, teens and adults, and a donation room to assist in providing residents with needed toiletries and clothing.

Apply through United Family Services; shelter for women and children in domestic violence situations If this is a domestic violence emergency, call 704-332-2513 If this is a sexual assault emergency, call 704-375-9900 Clients must arrive by 3:00PM to ensure same day completion and filing of paperwork with the court for legal representation.
Brittany Woods Apartments 1636 Chippendale Rd
Charlotte, NC 28205
704-536-4918 Call for an appointment Realtors/ Landlords that May Accept Section 8
These have accepted Section 8 certificates and/or vouchers in the past.
Catherine’s House 141 Mercy Dr
Belmont, NC 28012
704 825 9599 4 Month transitional housing Catherine’s House serves women and children facing homelessness due to a variety of circumstances such as: domestic violence, un/underemployment, the shortage of affordable housing, unexpected tragedies, and the lack of a support network. Catherine’s House provides services tailored to the needs of each resident. If you are interested in completing the Stepping Stones to Success Program at Catherine’s House please call us at 704-825-9599 to request an initial phone screening.
Catholic Charities Diocese of Charlotte 1123 S Church St
Charlotte NC 28203
704-370-3262 Food Pantry –
Tuesdays and Thursdays, 8 – 10 a.m.Call for other services
Counseling, Pregnancy Support, Food Pantry, Immigration services, and Refugee and Language Assistance (case management, afterschool, employment and housing assistance, interpretation) Self
Center for Hope – Salvation Army 534 Spratt St 704-348-2560 8:30 AM – 6:00 PM (Monday thru Thursday); 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM (Fridays) Are you homeless and don’t know where to turn? The Salvation Army Center of Hope is here to help. We are an emergency shelter for women and children that provides three daily meals, case management, intervention programs, health care, child care, and guidance for school-age children and teens. Please call for a coordinated assesement The program is free and open to Mecklenburg County residents. Girls of any age and boys up to the age of 17 are welcome with their mothers. For families with boys over the age of 17, our case managers will help secure housing with one of our community partners.
Charlotte Emergency Housing 300 Hawthorne Lane 704-335-5488 Please call for an appointment CFH works to solve family homelessness by doing three things:
Housing Families: We address the immediate need of homelessness by sheltering working, homeless families and help them forge a path back to housing, along with providing short-term rental assistance in apartments and homes all around the community.
Building Partnerships: We partner with families in the areas of financial self-reliance, careers, education, support networks, and health and wellness, and volunteers form intentional relationships of encouragement and support.
Empowering Change: We offer matched savings accounts, microloans for qualified emergencies and below-market rate auto loans, and a holiday store where families budget for and purchase gifts for a portion of the price, in order to preserve dignity and self-esteem, increase personal accountability, and decrease dependency.
Applicant must be a family unit (at least one adult age 18 or older with at least one dependent).
Applicant must be considered homeless by HUD definition.
Total household income must be less than 80% of AMI (verified by any income received).
Applicant must be a Mecklenburg County resident for at least 30 days.
Applicant must be free from active substance abuse for at least three months outside of any residential treatment programs.
Applicant will be given a criminal background check at time of assessment. Applicants with convicted sex offenses, felonies within the last three years and/or with pending charges are not eligible.
Applicant demonstrates motivation to make changes in their lives and is open to partnering closely with a social worker to do so.
Applicants must be willing to provide proof of income earned and money saved while in the program.
In order to make a referral or inquire about the status of a referral, please call our Intake Specialist, Tammie Rorie, at 980-288-0498. Completed referral packets can be sent via fax or email to:
Charlotte Family Housing
Attention: Intake Specialist
Fax Number: 704.973.0011
Charlotte Housing Authority Central Office
1301 South Blvd
Charlotte, NC 28203
704-336-5183 Please call for assistance Manages public housing and section 8 certificate waiting lists. Please call for assistance
Charlotte Rescue Mission Rebound:
907 West 1st Street
Charlotte, NC 28202Doves Nest:
2855 West Blvd
Charlotte, NC 28208
Rebound (for men) 704-334-4635

Dove’s Nest (for women) 704-332-3999

Call for an appointment Rebound: Provides Christian residential drug and alcohol recovery services for homeless men. It has over twice the completion rate of the national average Doves Nest: A loving, highly-structured Christian environment to help women understand and deal with the core issues of their alcohol and/or drug addiction Prospective residents must call the Admission’s Coordinator personally & follow directions given. We currently work from a waiting list. Please call 704-333-HOPE ext. 113, and leave your name and a number where you can be reached within 24 to 48-hours
Christian Adoption Services 624-100 Matthews-Mint Hill Road
Matthews 28105
1-800-453-1011 24 hour hotline; Provides free, confidential counseling, information on all aspects of adoption, free housing during pregnancy, yearly birth mothers retreats, pictures and letters for 18 years, counseling and support
City of Charlotte Mailing addresses only:

City of Charlotte
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Government Center
600 East 4th Street
Charlotte, NC 28202

Mecklenburg County
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Government Center
600 East 4th Street
Charlotte, NC 28202

704-336-7600 City and County Offices – 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday

CharMeck311 – Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Programs include: investor/owner rehabilitation, home purchase assistance, counseling, code enforcement, housing relocation, homeowner rehabilitation, replacement housing, and Char-Meck housing partnerships Outside of regular business hours, callers can report water, sewer, storm water and animal emergencies via an automated service that dispatches assistance. You can also make service requests online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at
City of Charlotte Neighborhood Development Mailing addresses only:

City of Charlotte
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Government Center
600 East 4th Street
Charlotte, NC 28202

Mecklenburg County
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Government Center
600 East 4th Street
Charlotte, NC 28202


The Housing Partnership-704-342-0933

City and County Offices – 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday Resource for numerous housing programs; assistance varies by agency
Community Choices, Inc. (Cascade) 5800 Executive Center Dr
Charlotte, NC 28212
704-336-4844 The purpose of our programs is to support women of childbearing age and their children by:
interrupting the cycle of addiction;
decreasing the morbidity and mortality that is related to substance misuse;
increasing positive birth outcomes;
decreasing the cost of health;
promoting well families through healthy lifestyles
Eligibility Criteria
adult female (18 years old)
pregnant or
postpartum female (has a child less than 1 year old)** or
parenting female
Work First participant
substance abuse diagnosis
must meet ASAM III.5 to be eligible for residential treatment
North Carolina resident
Community Link/Homeless to Housing 601 E 5th St
Suite 220
Charlotte, NC 28202
704-943-9490 Homeless to Housing (must be working at least 30 hours/week), Tax preparation, Financial Education Sessions. Self
Crisis Assistance Ministry 500 Spratt St
Charlotte, NC 28206
704-371-3000 Please arrive between 8 a.m. and 1 p.m. Monday thru Friday. Customers are seen based on urgency of their need. Assists with overdue rent after the 10th month, overdue utilities, first month’s rent and utilities for homeless persons, and other emergency needs. Also has a free clothing store and furniture bank. Self Please read before going – make sure you have the necessary paperwork.
Farm Lane Apartments 5500 Farm Pond Lane
Charlotte, North Carolina, 28212
704-536-5643 Privately Owned Apartments with Subsidized Rent Programs
Apply directly with each complex; a waiting list is likely.
FAVAR Ministries 10612 Walkers Ferry Road
Charlotte, NC 28278
704-334-3225 Provides six to twenty four months service to homeless and previously incarcerated individuals and their children. Our purpose is to assist men, women and children with a smooth transition back into society and becoming productive / constructive tax paying citizens. self
Florence Crittenton Services of NCb 1300 Blythe Blvd
Charlotte, NC 28203
704-372-4663 promote health and hope for tomorrow’s children by providing comprehensive health, educational and social services for single pregnant and non-pregnant adolescents and women, mothers and their babies in the foster care system.
Four Seasons Property Management 704-335-1431 Possible Affordable Realtors/ Landlords
Friendship Community Development Corporation 3301 Beatties Ford Rd
Charlotte NC 28216
704-200-2807 See website for the hours of each program. Transitional housing for women and families; provides educational and job training opportunities
Gracious Hands Transitional Housing 245 N Hoskins Rd.
Charlotte, NC 28216
(704) 962.6147 Gracious Hands is a non-profit organization that serves homeless women with children in the Charlotte, NC area
Grier Park Apartments 3424 Oak Arbor Lane
Charlotte, North Carolina, 28205
704-334-8026 Privately Owned Apartments with Subsidized Rent Programs
Apply directly with each complex; a waiting list is likely.
Habitat for Humanity 3815 Latrobe Drive
Charlotte, NC 28211
704-376-2054 Low income home ownership program Self – application process during open period.
The Harvest Center of Charlotte 5415 Airport Dr
Charlotte, NC 28208
704-335-1616 To create a community where individuals affected by homelessness, poverty or unemployment are empowered through our transitional programs and transformed by the love and ministry of Jesus Christ. This is done through engaging, relating and transforming people’s lives.
Hillcrest Apartments 2603 Arnold Drive
Charlotte, North Carolina, 28205
704-567-9022 Privately Owned Apartments with Subsidized Rent Programs
Apply directly with each complex; a waiting list is likely.
Housing Rehabilitation The City of Charlotte provides several housing repair programs for low-income city residents. In addition, the City partners with nonprofit organizations offering home repair programs to the Charlotte community.​
Hope Haven 3815 N. Tryon Street
Charlotte, NC 28206
704-372-8809 For homeless single adults who have completed primary substance abuse treatment within the last year Self or referring agency Must be a Mecklenburg Country Resident
Hope House Foundation P.O. Box 61
Huntersville, NC 28078
704-992-1902 Provide transitional housing and supportive services to women and children who are experiencing homelessness in the Lake Norman area in order for them to procure long-term housing and self-sufficiency.
Hoskins Park Ministries PO Box 667821
Charlotte, NC 28266
704-391-3303 Hoskins Park Ministries has 7 houses in northwest Charlotte, all within one block of each other and accommodate 34 previously homeless men. Self
House of Grace 1601 Duckworth Avenue
Charlotte, NC 28208
704-891-6323 Housing for people with HIV/AIDS, substance abuse, and/or mental illness; must have a referral from a treatment center, hospital, or church organization and a means to pay Admission Criteria:
Must be medically certified HIV positive.
Must be Medicaid eligible in North Carolina.
Must be in need of case management services.
Must be willing to actively participate in a Case Management Plan.
House of Pearls PO Box 516
Monroe, NC 28110
704-233-9191 Located in Monroe, NC; 180 day program for homeless women Self
InReach Administrative Office:
4530 Park Rd. Ste. 300
Charlotte NC 28209Charlotte Location:
801 Baxter St., Ste. 404
Charlotte NC 28202
704-536-6661 InReach is a leader in providing housing, jobs and community support to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities in Charlotte/Mecklenburg and surrounding counties. Self
Lois Lodge (Maternity) Business office: 704-332-4003
Residence office: 704-335-9610
Christian non-profit organization whose mission is to help women and families experiencing an unexpected pregnancy.
Residential services are provided through a family-style home in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Hospital Referral
Lutheran Services of the Carolinas Administrative Office:
1416 S. Martin Luther King, Jr. Ave.
PO Box 947
Salisbury, NC 28145Charlotte Office:
1225 E. Morehead St.
P.O. Box 30066
Charlotte, NC 28204
Admin Office: 704-637-2870

Charlotte Office: 704-940-3333

Supportive Housing, Veterans Services, Supportive Living, Mental Health services, Refugee services, and more. Human Services Provider
Matthews Help Center 119 N Ames St. Matthews, NC 704-847-8383 by appointment only, Monday – Friday 9:00 am – 4:00 pm Food Pantry, Financial assistance program, which will help people meet life’s basic needs, such as funds for paying rent, utilities and/or medical bills, Temporary Housing, Clothing (via BackPorch Thrift Store – new and gently used items at low cost) Self Documents Needed – Pictured ID for all adults: Driver’s license, state picture ID, or passport
Social Security Card of client
Proof of Income for everyone working in household: check stubs, letter from employer verifying pay or proof of household income including roommates.
Average expense of each household bill
Proof of Emergency: Doctor’s disability statement, medical bills, eviction notice, disconnects notices, etc.
Rental/Homeowners information: Rent lease, landlord’s name and phone number, mortgage papers, late notices and eviction papers
Men’s Shelter Tryon Street Campus (24 Hours a Day | 7 Days Per Week)
1210 North Tryon Street
Charlotte, NC 28206 **This location is where an individual MUST come for initial assistance. Statesville Avenue Campus (6:00pm -7:00am | 7 Days Per Week)
3410 Statesville Ave
Charlotte, NC 28206An individual seeking initial help must first visit MSC’s Tryon Street Campus
(704) 334-3187 Dial Extension 0 Tryon Street Campus (24 Hours a Day | 7 Days Per Week)
**This location is where an individual MUST come for initial assistance. Statesville Avenue Campus (6:00pm -7:00am | 7 Days Per Week)
serves unaccompanied men ages 18 and older. Men needing assistance must first call 704-334-3187 to speak to an administrator. Men must have been in Mecklenburg County for a minimum of 14-days before gaining access to the Uptown Men’s Shelter. Self Men must meet the following requirements:
MSC does not accept registered sex offenders
MSC does not accept inmates recently released from state or federal prison
MSC will provide short-term emergency shelter for men being released from Mecklenburg County jail provided that they meet MSC’s criteria. Criteria is as follows:Must have been a citizen of Mecklenburg County and homeless at the time of incarceration
Must be homeless at time of release according to MSC’s homeless verification process
Needs (i.e. medical, mental health, substance abuse, behavior) must not be greater than MSC’s emergency shelter can accommodate. MSC will make this determination.
Must be willing to participate in shelter services
MSC must have space to accommodate.
Montclair Apartments 8415 Hollow Glen Place, Charlotte, North Carolina, 28226 704-542-7472 Privately Owned Apartments with Subsidized Rent Programs
Apply directly with each complex; a waiting list is likely.
New Life House 6322 Old Coach Road
Charlotte, NC 28215
704-293-8524 provide safe housing and a clean environment for individuals in transition (recovering alcoholics and addicts) who what to stop drinking and/or using and stay stopped.
Homeless,veterans, and previously incarcerated individuals are welcome.
Self There are weekly fees for this facility.
One7 Ministries, Inc.
P.O. Box 220346
Charlotte, NC 28222
704-594-4614 Refugee services, housing, soccer and outreach center
Oxford House 704-564-7053 Clean and sober housing option for individuals in recovery. Must have ability to share housing expenses. Self – must be clean for 14 days at time of application.
Pressley Ridge Apartments 1210 Pressley Rd
Charlotte, NC 28217
704-523-6262 M-F 8:30AM-5PM Realtors/ Landlords that May Accept Section 8
These have accepted Section 8 certificates and/or vouchers in the past.
Self – must be clean for 14 days at time of application.
Room In the Inn / Urban Ministry Center 945 N College St
Charlotte, NC 28206
704-347-0278 Room in the Inn-Dec-Mar (RITI partners: Camino community center, Gateway YMCA, Grace and Mercy Cathedral, The Harvest Center, Pursuit Church, Judah Church, Pleasant Hill Pres Church, Steele Creek Church, Stonebridge Church, Trinity Episcopal RITI accepts people into the program on the following priority basis: women or men with children, single women, then men. Participants line up at the back door of the Urban Ministry Center around 4:00 p.m. each day to be registered. Each person is required to take a Breathalyzer and must show a state-issued identification or receive a waiver from our staff. Each person is entered into the Urban Ministry Center database to help determine who is using the program and how often. pick up at UMC
Salvation Army Adult Rehab Program 1023 Central Ave
Charlotte, NC 28204
704-332-1171 For men with substance abuse problems
Salvation Army Center for Hope 534 Spratt Street
Charlotte , NC 28206
704-348-2560 For women and children only; provides case management, life skills training, substance abuse treatment, and transportation onsite
Salvation Army Supportive Housing Innovative Project (SHIP) 704-348-2560 For families; must be referred; onsite job training and case management required by case worker/partner org
Samaritan’s House 611 Fortune St.
Charlotte, NC 28205
704-333-0110 Short-term housing for homeless persons being released from the hospital
Self-Help Charlotte Regional Office 919-956-4400 Serves women, people of color, and low-income families. Self-Help is a family of two credit unions, a nonprofit loan fund, and an advocacy group. Our members enjoy all the benefits of belonging to a credit union while also supporting our larger mission to expand opportunities for underserved communities. Supports efforts to gain housing.
Safe Alliance 601 E 5th St Suite 400
Charlotte, NC 28202

Mecklenburg and Lake Norman
Domestic Violence Crisis Line:
704 332 2513

Mecklenburg and Lake Norman
Rape Crisis Line:
704 375 9900

24 hours hotline
Services for children and families (domestic violence, sexual assault, and child abuse) Self
Sister for Sister Housing Network PO Box 667332
Charlotte, NC 28266
704-350-5751 For homeless women in recovery from alcoholism and addiction Referral required from the social worker or case manager at the current treatment center.
Social Serve 704-334-8722 Helps agencies and tenants locate housing that fits their needs; lists corporate, public, private, faith-based, and low-income housing
Stonewall Jackson Homes 5751 Airport Dr
Charlotte, NC 28208
704-392-2911 Realtors/ Landlords that May Accept Section 8
These have accepted Section 8 certificates and/or vouchers in the past.
Stikeleather Realty 4915 Monroe Rd.
Charlotte, NC 28205
704-372-4852 Realtors/ Landlords that May Accept Section 8
These have accepted Section 8 certificates and/or vouchers in the past.
Supportive Housing Communities 601 E. Fifth Street, Suite 255
Charlotte, NC 28202
704-335-9380 Housing for men and women overcoming homelessness, especially with mental illness, substance abuse, and medical or other disabling conditions.
The Harvest Center 2225 Freedom Drive
Charlotte NC 28208
704-335-1616 Soup Kitchen: “”Power Breakfast”” is served from 6:30 – 8 am; “”Uplifting Lunch”” is served from 11:30 am – 12:30 pm.

Empowerment Resource Center: By Appointment, contact Sahkara Jacobs at (704) 335-1616 ext. 105 or email

Teddy Tech Lab: Tuesday – Thursday 8:00 am – 11:30 am and 12:30 – 2:00 pm (times subject to change without notice)

Soup Kitchen, Transitional Housing for Single Adults, Adult Continuing Education, Empowerment Resource Center (free assistance and information including medical services, job employment opportunities, clothing and household items and other resources), Teddy Tech Lab Self referral for all programs.

For all Transformation Program inquiries, and for scheduling of interviews, feel free to contact our Transformation Specialist, Eric Miller, at 704-335-1616 ext. 106 (9am – 3pm).

No documentation needed for Meals.

An appointment is required for all other services.

The Pines Apartments 12600 Windy Pines Way
Pineville, NC 28134
704-544-3217 Mon-Fri: 8:00 AM-6:00 PM
Sat: 10:00 AM-4:00 PM
Sun: Closed
Possible Affordable Realtors/ Landlords
The Relatives 119 East 8th Street
Charlotte, NC 28202
704-377-0602 24/7 For homeless and runaway youths, ages 7-17 years old Self
Turner Brothers 1101 Greenwood Clfs, Charlotte, NC 28204 704-375-5792 Possible Affordable Realtors/ Landlords
University Gardens 3115 Southwest Boulevard #7
Charlotte, NC 28216
704-394-3298 Privately Owned Apartments with Subsidized Rent Programs
Apply directly with each complex; a waiting list is likely
Urban Ministry Center 945 North College Street
Charlotte, NC 28206
704-347-0278 Soup Kitchen – 11:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. every day of the year Homeless housing, substance abuse program.
We serve a hot, nutritious lunch 365 days a year, even in the face of terrible weather and ever-increasing demand. With a 35-year history, it remains the largest, oldest Charlotte soup kitchen. We welcome anyone who is in need of a meal, regardless of the person’s circumstance, with no questions asked. We also provide showers, laundry, mail, I.D. assistance and other essential services. It’s our way of affirming the dignity of each homeless neighbor.
Westside Apartments 5216 Freedom Dr
Charlotte, NC 28208
704-393-1181 Privately Owned Apartments with Subsidized Rent Programs
Apply directly with each complex; a waiting list is likely
YWCA-Women in Transition / Families Together 3420 Park Road
Charlotte, NC 28209
704-525-5770 Transitional housing for homeless families with minor children Income between 12k-32k, and Women in Transition Program for single women Candidates for the Families Together program must be referred to the YWCA by a community shelter agency

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