Mecklenburg County short term housing and shelter.

People facing eviction or the currently homeless in the Charlotte North Carolina region have access to several housing programs. They range from shelters, short term transitional units, to help in finding a new, permanent home or apartment to live in. The programs and agencies operate across Mecklenburg County.

Many of the organizations will try to prevent homelessness to begin with, so they may have information on or referrals to emergency rental assistance and eviction prevention services. Social workers try to also ensure clients receive ongoing case management. They will also work with Mecklenburg County residents and help them find and pay for low income apartments or homes in the region. As a shelter or transitional housing program is not the long term solution.

So if you are on the verge of eviction and need information on regional rental assistance programs, or if you are currently homeless, the Charlotte North Carolina and Mecklenburg County agencies below may be able to offer help to qualified low income families.

Center of Hope from the Salvation Army
Main address is 534 Spratt St.
Charlotte, NC 28206
(704) 348-2560
Women and children can use this center. There is temporary housing and support for victims of domestic violence, single moms and other females who need short term support. Other services are available too in Mecklenburg County. The non-profit uses grant money and donations to pay for counseling, assessment and case management services.

Urban Ministry Center
Address: 945 N College St.
Charlotte, NC 28206
(704) 347-0278

Transitional Living Program - With Friends ADAMS House
831 S. Chester St.
Gastonia, NC 28053
Dial (704) 865-4563
This is a shelter for homeless males under the age of 21. Also access job search assistance, information on low income, permanent housing units in Mecklenburg County and more.

 

 

 

Housing Authority, Charlotte
316 Benjamin St.
Charlotte, North Carolina 28203
(704) 336-5619
Offers many resources including the Transitional Families Program. The goal is to help families gain self-sufficiency. Learn about regional rent assistance programs, section 8 housing vouchers, and other support for your housing needs.

Rescue Mission
Charlotte, North Carolina 28233
704-334-4635

Charlotte Emergency, now known as Family Housing
2410 The Plaza
Charlotte, NC 28205
Dial (704) 335-5488

Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA)
3420 Park Rd.
Charlotte, NC 28209
(704) 525-5770
Those facing eviction or that are currently homeless can call upon this agency. It is for women, including single parents. Receive free referrals to community resources for skills training and job interviewing techniques, computer usage, and general transitional Housing for homeless families with minor children. Job training and career counseling is also offered.

Transitional Living Program, With Friends, Inc.
Main address is 2098 Keith Drive
Gastonia, NC 28054
Dial (704) 691-7116 for information on emergency shelter.
Another resource known as the Maternal Transitional Living Facility is available. It offers services such as Transportation Assistance, Basic Life Skills, information on low income public housing, and Service Linkage & Referrals. Other aid is available too.

Uptown Men's shelter of Charlotte
Charlotte, NC 28236
Main phone number - (704)334-3187

Newleaf Christian Transitional Housing Charlotte
2133 Holly St.
Charlotte, North Carolina 28216
Dial 704-451-5723 for intake.

 

 

 

 

YWCA - Families Together
Address: 3420 Park Rd.
Charlotte, NC 28209
(704) 525-5770

Mooresville Lake Norman Christian Mission
266 North Broad Street
Mooresville, NC 28115
Telephone : (704) 664-2357
Numerous services are available. The focus of the non-profit is on bringing families, seniors and individuals out of poverty. Examples of housing programs are below. Emergency rent or mortgage assistance to prevent eviction or a foreclosure to begin with. Transitional housing units and apartments for homeless families. Utility and energy bill assistance my be offered as well s food, clothing, and basic goods.

Exodus Homes
Location of the main office is 122 8th Av Dr SW
Hickory, NC 28602
(828) 324-4870

The Relatives
601 East 5th Street, Suite 460
Charlotte, NC 28202
(704) 377-0602
In addition to short term shelter, the location offers community outreach to runaway and homeless street youth. A variety of case management services and one-on-one support is offered to qualified clients.

Charlotte Family Housing
300 Hawthorne Lane
Charlotte, NC 28202
telephone number is (704) 335-5488
Provides shelter-to-housing program for the poor and homeless families. While assistance is primarily for single mothers with children, others can qualify too. Apply for rental subsidies, transitional housing, vocational counseling, and other support.

The Harvest Center of Charlotte
1800 Brewton Dr.
Charlotte, NC 28206-2328
(704) 335-1616
Food, transitional housing, literacy, education, and other support is offered.

Society For A Second Chance Transitional Housing Initiative Inc.
Address: 631 N Brevard St
Charlotte, North Caarolina 28202
Telephone - 704-335-885

Samaritan House
611 Fortune St.
Charlotte, NC 28205
(704) 333-0110
Programs at this center provide recuperative care for people who are homeless, recently evicted and that are in need of short term care following an emergency or hospital room stay.

 

 

 

Davidson Housing Coalition
220 Sloan St., Suite A
Davidson, North Carolina 28036
(704) 892-4486
The agency may have referrals as they work closely with non-profits and other groups in the greater Mecklenburg County community to preserve and create affordable housing options. One program known as HAMMERS may offer low cost rehabilitation and/or repairs of owner-occupied homes with severe health and safety hazards. Many other housing and social services are offered too.

Sarah's House Mother/Child Program, Florence Crittenton Services
1300 Blythe Blvd.
Charlotte, North Carolina 28236
Main phone number (704) 372-4663

 

 

 

 

 

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