Case Management – Family Services
|Organization||Address||Phone Number||Hours||Services Provided||Referral Needed||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||http://www.achildsplace.org/help-for-homeless-kids/qualifications/
|Ada Jenkins Center||212 Gamble Street, Charlotte, NC||704-896-0471||by appt only||Provides career counseling, job readiness, job placement, life skills, job skills
training, money management and credit counseling Ada Jenkins Center. Programs
include a Computer Center, After School Tutoring, Mobile and in office
Medical and Dental Clinics, and food pantry. Some financial aid offered may
be for paying utilities, rent, clothing, furniture and household goods.
|self||valid form of ID and proof of address such as mail, utility bill|
|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
Pregnancy Support, Food Pantry, Immigration services, and Refugee and
Language Assistance (case management, afterschool, employment and housing
|500 Spratt St
Charlotte, NC 28206
arrive between 8 a.m. and 1 p.m. Monday thru Friday. Customers are seen based
on urgency of their need.
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.
read before going – make sure you have the necessary paperwork.
|Disability rights and resources||5801 Exec Cir Dr #101
Charlotte, NC 28212-8870
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
advocate and serve as mentors for people with disabilities in a four-county
service area comprised of Cabarrus, Gaston, Mecklenburg and Union Counties in
|DSS Adult Services||DSS
Wallace H. Kuralt Centre
301 Billingsley Road
Charlotte, NC 28211West Charlotte Location
Valerie C. Woodard Center
3205 Freedom Drive
Charlotte, NC 28208
|704-336-3000 or 704-432-1111 (for individual needing services)||Mon-Fri
8 a.m – 5 p.m
protective services, Caregiver support program, Kinship Care, etc.
|Latin-American Coalition||4938 Central Avenue Suite 101 Charlotte, NC 28205||704-531-3848||Mon – Thur 9am -12pm & 1pm – 5pm||Crisis intervention, resource center, computers available to the public, resources & referrals, translation (english/spanish), workforce development, educational workshops: how to find a job, labor rights, know your rights, financial literacy, small business development, ESL, computer literacy||Self|
|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)
Needed – Pictured ID for all adults: Driver’s license, state picture ID, or
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
2732 Rozzelles Ferry Rd.
|704-336-4344||call to schedule an appointment||26
week state certified Batterer Intervention Program designed to provide
educational information on how to change abusive behaviors toward intimate
E 5th St Suite 400
Charlotte, NC 28202
Mecklenburg and Lake Norman
Mecklenburg and Lake Norman
24 hours hotline
for children and families (domestic violence, sexual assault, and child
|The Benefit Bank of NC||919-381-5802||Web-based service at CES that simplifies and
centralizes the process of applying for many state and federal benefits for lowand
moderate-income individuals. Through its eligibility screening tool, TBB can
ensure that people are aware of entitled benefits and help maximize the benefits
and tax refunds they can secure. The “one-stop-shop” approach also saves time.
|The Center for community transition||5301
Charlotte, NC 28208t
purpose is to strengthen the community by helping those with criminal records
navigate paths towards healthy and productive lives.
|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|