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Organization Address Phone Number Hours Services Offered Referral Type Additional Information
Accessing Special Education Services for Your Preschooler 700 East Stonewall St.
Suite 404
Charlotte, NC 28202
980-343-6960 Parents of children ages three to twenty-one years sometimes suspect delays in the development of speech-language, readiness, motor, social-behavior, academic, and self-help skills. Concerned parents can contact the student’s home school or Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (CMS) Exceptional Children Program to request evaluations (or re-evaluations) to be considered for Exceptional Children services. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools requires the following information when starting the evaluation and
eligibility process for consideration of Exceptional Children services:Proof of Legal Name and Date of Birth
Two Current Proofs of Residency
A completed CMS Enrollment Form
Agape Christian Counseling 2124 Crown Centre Dr. #400,
Charlotte, NC 28277
704-849-0144 Monday – Friday 10:00 am – 4:00 pm. By appointment only We provide counseling, psychotherapy, training, consultation, and other helpful services to children, teens, adults, couples, families, groups and organizations.
Alexander Youth Network 6220 Thermal Road,
Charlotte NC 28211
704.366.8712 Behavioral Healthcare
Annuvia 100 Billingsley Rd
Charlotte NC 28211
704-376-7447 Anuvia Prevention and Recovery Center is a non-profit organization that has been providing services to the Charlotte community since 1958. Whether you are seeking services for yourself or a loved one, have questions about your child’s behavior, or need training for yourself or your staff, Anuvia can help you. Our services include prevention, intervention, DWI/court, assessment, detoxification, outpatient treatment, and inpatient treatment.
Arc of Mecklenburg County 3900 Park Road
Suite C – The Milford Chapel Building
Charlotte, NC 28209
704-332-4535 Serves Individuals With Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities And Their Families By Identifying Needs, Developing Programs And Providing Resources, To Promote And Support Independent And Productive Citizens Within Our Community.
Area Mental Health Authority  429 Billingsley Road,
Charlotte, NC 28211
704-336-6404 (Mental illness, developmental disabilities, and substance abuse services
Autism Charlotte 821 Baxter St Suite 310,
Charlotte, NC 28202
704-910-4512 Providing opportunities for children with autism to be integrated in the community, enabling them to lead productive, more independent lives.
Autism Society of North Carolina 505 Oberlin Road, Suite 230
Raleigh, NC 27605
800-442-2762 We help families connect with resources, keep their children safe, find services, and resolve school issues. We also provide guidance on lifelong issues including employment, residential options, and planning for children’s needs beyond parents’ lives.
Cardinal Innovations 1100 S. Tryon Street
Charlotte, NC 28203
800-939-5911 24/7 Umbrella agency of all Mental health based agencies in North Carolina
Carolina’s Couseling Group 7401 Carmel Executive Park Drive, Suite 2010 Charlotte, NC 28226 704-752-8414
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
Centralina Area Agency on Aging 9815 David Taylor Dr.
Charlotte, NC 28262
704-372-2416 Centralina Area Agency on Aging (AAA) strives to support and enhance the capacity of service and advocacy systems to promote independence, preserve dignity and advocate for the rights of older and disabled adults and their families.
Chapel for the Deaf 1225 East Morehead St.
Charlotte, NC 28202
704-980-7670 Help in emergency hospital situations with interpretation if necessary.
Charlotte Vet Center 2114 Ben Craig Dr., Suite 300
Charlotte, NC 28262
704-549-8025 PTSD, Substance Abuse
CMC-Randolph, (CMC Behavioral Health Center) 501 Billingsley Road,
Charlotte, NC 28211
704-444-2400 Counseling, Psychiatric, and Substance Abuse services for adults and children
Community Choices, Inc. 5800 Executive Center Dr
Suite 101
Charlotte, NC 28212
704-336-4844 Provides a holistic, gender-specific substance abuse treatment program for pregnant, postpartum and parenting adult women and their children. 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
Cornerstone Community Outreach, LLC 5700 Executive Center Dr. STE 214
Charlotte, NC 28212
704-817-7786 Cornerstone Community Outreach strives to provide our clients with the highest quality of care and outreach through a combination of compassion, education, and support to enrich the individuals and community we serve.
Day by Day Family Services 9700 Research Drive Suite 122
Charlotte, NC 28262
704-699-3860 Day by Day Family Services, LLC is a community agency, dedicated to improving the quality of life for people with mental, physical, substance use and intervention needs.
Disabilities Rights of NC (Mental Disabilities) 3724 National Drive, Suite 100
Raleigh, NC 27612
1-877-235-4210 Deal with cases involving discrimination or violations of the rights of people with disabilities. We provide advocacy and legal services at no charge to people with disabilities throughout North Carolina.
Dove’s Nest (women) 2855 West Blvd.
Charlotte, NC 28208
704-333-4673 CALL Serving people struggling with addiction, poverty, or hopelessness with the goal of returning them to society as productive, self-sufficient citizens. Prospective residents must call the Admission’s Coordinator (704-333-4673 ext. 113) personally and follow the directions given. The Dove’s Nest is a four to twelve month program that follows a diagnostic period that lasts approximately two-weeks. Be 18 years or older
Be motivated for making major life changes and willing to follow directions
Have an original valid photo identification and social security card upon admission
No legal or other outside issues that will create disruption of the residents program
Submit to a full drug screen which includes alcohol upon admission
Be medically and psychiatrically stable
Able to sit for an hour at a time
Able to climb stairs
Not on any medications that contain benzodiazepines, barbiturates, alcohol, narcotics or anti- psychotic medications.
If pregnant, not over 12 weeks of gestation WITH a current obstetrician approval for the program and a viable aftercare or supportive residence in place post-discharge
Be able to read on a 7th grade level
Speak, hear, read and write English
Since the Dove’s Nest is not a hospital, they cannot admit women that have chronic medical conditions requiring frequent medical appointments, eating disorders and certain types of personality and psychiatric disorders.
Have at least a 30-day supply of medications
Down Syndrome Assn of Greater CLT 4530 Park Road, Suite 430
Charlotte, NC 28209
704-536-2163 Enable individuals with Down syndrome (Ds) to reach their full potential and become respected members of their community. Enhance the quality of life for all individuals with Ds by providing information and support to individuals, families, professionals and the community through educational and social activities.
Exceptional Children’s Assistance Center 907 Barra Row, Suites 102/103
Davidson, NC 28036
1-800-962-6817 Improving the lives and education of ALL children through a special emphasis on children with disabilities and special healthcare needs. Will help navigate the special education maze and provide information and tools needed to be a informed and active participant in the child’s education!
Family First 3705 Latrobe Drive,
Suite 340
Charlotte NC 28211
704-364-3989 Offers an array of community behavioral health and substance abuse services to children/adolescents/adults with emotional, behavioral, and/or substance abuse challenges in North Carolina
Family Service of the Piedmont 902 Bonner Drive,
Jamestown, NC 27282
336-387-6161
Family Support Network of NC 3500 Ellington Street
Charlotte, NC 28211
980-314-7066 Enhances the lives of children who have special needs by providing support, education, and caring connections to their families.
Hope Haven 3815 N Tryon St
Charlotte, NC
704-372-8809 Hope Haven is a recovery program that provides life skills for homeless, chemically dependent adults and families within a supportive residential environment, leading to independence. Hope Haven is an aftercare program designed for someone who has been through a primary care program. Applicant must be referred (contact your Campus Pastor or Associate Campus Pastor). After the referral is received the applicant must obtain the following:
Picture ID
Social Security Card
Criminal Background Check
Proof of Physical Exam (within the last 60 days)
Prescriber Letter for Medications (on Hope Haven’s form)
Proof of recent TB Test Results
Verification of Homelessness Letter
Once all paperwork has been turned in the applicant will be contacted for an initial interview. If the applicant is approved, then the applicant will be notified when a bed becomes available.
Applicants must be 18 years of age or older.
Applicants must be homeless in accordance to HUD (Department of Housing and Urban Development) guidelines.
Applicant must have completed a 28 day inpatient substance abuse treatment program within the last year; or have completed an intensive Outpatient treatment within the last year.
Applicants must be a resident of Mecklenburg County or resident of a county covered by a contracting LME or meets requirements of other contracts with Hope Haven and has been approved through the LME assessment/authorization process and Hope Haven Admissions Department.
Applicant must be clean and sober for 72 hours prior to admission.
Applicant must be stable on medications that are accepted by Hope Haven. Proof in writing from the prescribing doctor that the applicant is capable of self-administrating the prescribed medications along with a list of the medications must be provided on Hope Haven’s “Prescriber Letter for Medication” form.
Applicant must be able to participant physically and mentally in all parts of the program at Hope Haven.Additional Family Program Requirements
Applicants children and/or spouse must be living with them within 6 weeks of admission.
Applicant’s children in the program cannot be over the age of 14 years old
Jackson Park Ministries 5415 Airport Dr
Charlotte, NC 28208
704-392-4981 Provides a home to hurting families while teaching self improvement and accountability. Residents must be employed, married couples or single mothers with children less than 18 years of age living together. Families enter into an agreement to follow guidelines and requirements. Residents pay a small program fee and must participate in one-on-one financial counseling and life skill classes. The Program lasts 18 to 24 months.
Jewish Family Services 5007 Providence Road, Suite 105
Charlotte, NC 28226
704-364-6594 Food pantry – Wed and Thurs 10am-2pm Therapy, support groups, and domestic violence counseling, emergency financial assistance, information and referrals, food pantry. You may visit the JFS Food Pantry once every two weeks. Many services only offered to the Jewish Community. Many services only offered to those of the Jewish Community.
KinderMourn 1320 Harding Place
Charlotte, NC 28204
704-376-2580 Provides hope for bereaved parents, grieving children and teens by offering support and counseling programs, creating awareness of bereavement issues and empowering the community to effectively assist those who have suffered an unthinkable loss.
Lutheran Services of the Carolinas 1416 S. Martin Luther King, Jr. Ave.
Salisbury, NC 28145
704-637-2870 LSC helps veterans and others transition from homelessness to dignity; protects children at risk of abuse and neglect with foster care; improves the lives of those battling severe and persistent mental illness through innovative programs; encourages growth and independence for those with developmental disabilities; places children in loving adoptive homes; provides warmth and welcome to refugees seeking sanctuary; and enables many men and women with varying life challenges or disabilities to live proudly and independently with residential or supportive services.
McLeod Addictive Disease Center 515 Clanton Rd
Charlotte, NC
704-332-9001 Providing an appropriate level of care for persons living in the Carolinas who are seeking education, intervention, treatment, or support related to their addictive disease. Abstinence from the use of mood altering substances will be the primary intent of all services provided
Mecklenburg Behavioral Health Division 700 E. Stonewall St.
Suite 714
Charlotte, NC 28202
980-314-4022
Mercy Horizons 2001 Vail Ave 704-304-5248 substance abuse treatment
NC Vocational Rehabilitation Services 101 Blair Drive
Raleigh, NC 27603
919-855-3500 The Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Services provides counseling, training, education, transportation, job placement, assistive technology and other support services to people with disabilities.
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.
One12 Counseling 7745 Ballantyne Commons Parkway
Suite 102
Charlotte, NC 28277
704-636-6500 Mondays – Friday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm. By appointment only.
Pat’s Place 901 East Boulevard
Charlotte, NC 28203
704-335-2760 As the only child advocacy center in Mecklenburg County serving children from birth to age 18, Pat’s Place provides a physical environment where a child’s well-being is our first priority, reducing trauma and promoting healing from sexual abuse.
Pinnacle Point  4000 Tuckaseegee. Rd
Charlotte, NC 28208
(704) 523-5775 Monday – Friday
10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Saturdays by Appointment
Provides skill building, anger management, reality based, behavioral health and fitness services. Also provides personalized services to the growing needs of children and adults who are receiving services from the agency. Referral Form
Q Foundation 10130 Mallard Creek Road
Suite 300
Charlotte, North Carolina 28262
704-930-6000 Providing an array of programs and services that strengthens the lives of offenders, returning citizens and their families by utilizing cognitive behavioral skill-building strategies to rethink their offending behavior while encouraging self evaluation, perseverance and accountability.
ResCare Workforce Services 5700 Executive Center Drive
Ste 217
Charlotte, NC 28212
704-563-3066
Salvation Army ARC (men) 1023 Central Avenue
Charlotte, NC 28204
704-332-1171 Monday – Friday from 7 a.m. – 1 p.m The ARC, located in Plaza-Midwood, is open to men ages 21 to 54 seeking help with chemical addictions. The 180-day ARC program is free and serves 118 men at a time. The focus is on spirituality, rehabilitation through a 12-step program, individual and group therapy, and work therapy. More info. Application along with a photo ID, Social Security Card, or current printout stating the beneficiary has applied for a Social Security Card.
Substance Abuse Services Center 429 Billingsley
Charlotte, NC 28211
704-336-3067 The facility provides detoxification services to the public. The treatment center provides residential short-term treatment care. There are special groups and programs for persons with co-occuring mental and substance abuse disorders, persons with HIV and AIDS, women, and men.
Teen Health Connection 3541 Randolph Road,
Suite 206
Charlotte, North Carolina 28211
704-381-8336 Mon-Fri 8:00-5:00 Teen Health Connection is a healthcare practice that provides medical and mental healthcare and prevention and health education services for adolescents ages 11 to 22
The Barnabas Center 7615 Colony Road Suite 200
Charlotte, NC 28226
704-365-4545 Monday – Friday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm. By appointment only. Nonprofit, nondenominational, Christ-centered counseling, training and teaching ministry. The Barnabas name, which means “son of encouragement,” communicates our desire to encourage people by coming alongside them, entering into their daily struggles, and walking with them toward freedom.
The Harvest Center of Charlotte 2225 Freedom Dr
Charlotte, NC 28208
704-335-1616  Partner agencies provide weekly support group and recovery services for our transformation program participants
The Right Choice University East Business Park
8825 University East Drive, Suite 210
Charlotte, NC 28213
704-537-3650 Specializes in providing enhanced Medicaid services to Individuals with Mental Health/Substance Abuse/DD challenges
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
United Family Services 601 E. 5th St.,
Suite 400,
Charlotte, NC 28202
704-332-9034 Individual, family, domestic violence and anger management counseling
United Way  301 S. Brevard St.,
Charlotte, NC 28202
704-372-7170 M-F 8:00-5:00 Focus on equipping individuals in our area to address immediate crises, provide emergency support, and meet vital, basic needs. Call 211
Urban Ministry Center 945 N College St 704-926-0622 The program is called SABER (Substance Abuse Education and Recovery). Director Marilyn Furman brought the model from the University of Alabama at Birmingham, based upon their addiction research. SABER combines nine months of therapy and life-changing skills with the guarantee of free housing, as long as the person stays drug and alcohol-free. This expectation helps the program achieve a 55% success rate after nine months, compared with a national average of 20% for other substance programs. In addition, 85% complete SABER’s three-month intensive treatment. And there’s another important difference: SABER costs $500 per person per month, compared with an average of $2,300 per month for typical residential care. Call for details

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