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***Please do not contact us regarding financial support as we are only able to offer that to the families already in our program, and we are currently full.

*Stay At Home Order Infomation:

Health Resources:

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Temp Work Resources:

Food Resources:

  • See a list of food pantries on our website resource list at (Always call to confirm they are open before going).
  • The Loyalist Market: we will be giving out a free grilled cheese, ham sandwich, or turkey sandwich to any child currently receiving free lunches within the NC school system until March 30th. (see flyer below for all locations)
  • Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools will provide grab and go meals while schools are closed. Lunch (and breakfast for the next day) will be served in participating school’s parking lots. Meals are free for anyone 18-years old and under. Children must be present to receive meals.  Meals will be distributed Monday-Friday beginning Tuesday, March 17 from 10:30 a.m.- 12:30 p.m.  The district will review the meal distribution plan weekly and communicate each week to media and the community which will allow them to update and change when the need arises. (see flyer below)



Here are a few options for seniors to pick up food 
  • Mar 20th -12:30 – 1:30 – Parker Heights Apartments: 1505 Parker Dr.
  • Monday – Friday 12:00 – 1:00 – Christ Resurrection Church: 4527 Freedom Drive ( Senior citizens can be signed up for preference – on their website: or call 704-398-3244 and a meal will be reserved)

Financial Resources:

  • NC Courts stop evictions and foreclosures as part of coronavirus response
  • Hotel/Motel Tenants Rights Documents – Document 1, Document 2
  • Charlotte Water, Duke Energy, Piedmont Natural Gas suspending disconnections for non-payment due to coronavirus outbreak**These do not mean your bills or rent due will be waived.  Once things go back to normal you will most likely owe the amount due in full.  Save funds wisely to prepare.
  • LIEAP funds help ease the strain.  Our community matters and Mecklenburg County is here to help. DSS is managing the Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LIEAP) which provides a one-time payment of $300, $400 or $500 to gas or electric utility companies for qualifying households. Visit  for more information. Residents have until March 31, 2020 to apply so there’s still time to make a difference.
  • Common Wealth Charlotte has established an “COVID-19 Financial Question” system. This system is designed specifically for low-income wage earners having concerns about current (or impending) financial hardship due to loss of income from job cessation, voluntary or mandatory quarantines or other hardships caused by COVID-19.
    Access to the system is easy:
    Text the word “finances” to 474747
    The sender will receive a text response with a link to complete a short “COVID-19 Financial Question” form. That form will be returned to a queue CWC has set up, and our Advanced Financial, Education and Loan Administration teams and trained volunteers will respond with a phone call to address the question, offer relevant guidance if possible, and make referrals to other appropriate agencies as necessary.
    We do not know how to anticipate demand for this system, and we cannot guarantee we will be able to provide answers for every situation. But we will do the best we can to expedite return contact and to provide some basic information on issues we expect people to face. We believe we will field many “what if I cannot…” questions, including:
    • … pay my mortgage?
    • … make my car payment?
    • … pay my rent?
    • … feed my family?
    • … pay my utility bill?
    • … pay my credit card?
    • … pay my income taxes?
    We have answers and guidance for those and other basic questions. If nothing else, the CWC Advanced Financial Counselor will provide reassurance that someone is there to listen.


Education Resources:

Other Information:

  • ⚠️CATS Service Update⚠️
    Starting Wednesday, March 25, the Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) will operate a temporary modified schedule, fare free, until further notice. No passes will be available for purchase and all ticket vending machines and fare boxes will be taken out of service.
    Local fixed-route and community circulator buses will operate on a Saturday schedule Monday through Saturday. Buses will operate normal Sunday service on Sundays. The route 290-Davidson Shuttle will not operate.
    Express routes will operate two trips in the morning and afternoon, Monday through Friday. The 41X-Steele Creek Express, 61X-Arboretum Express, 65X-Matthews Express and 88X- Mountain Island Express will not operate due to complementary local routes in those areas.
    CATS asks that riders exit buses through available rear doors.
    *Light Rail*
    The LYNX Blue Line will operate on a Sunday schedule.
    CATS’ Special Transportation Services (STS) operations will be limited to life-sustaining trips only. Life-sustaining trips include those to medical facilities and grocery stores.
    Riders with questions or concerns should email For time-sensitive issues, riders should call 704-336-RIDE (7433).