The Children's Alliance

Where to Find Help
Our member agencies represent a diverse group of organizations in our community but share one common goal to make sure every child in our community receives the best opportunity to live a healthy and productive life.

The following agencies are members:

A Child's Place

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A Child's Place

Homelessness for children isn’t just about where they lay their heads at night; it’s about where their heads are during the day at school, too.  A Child’s Place (ACP) is a local nonprofit working inside Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (CMS) to help erase the impact of homelessness on children and their education.  We helped 1,598 children attending 122 different CMS schools during the 2009-10 school year; that’s a great accomplishment but it represents fewer than half of CMS’s identified homeless students.  93% privately funded, ACP is CMS’s only partner dedicated to ensuring that homeless children get the education they need to break the cycle of poverty.  For the 2009-2010 school year, 93% of ACP client children were promoted to the next grade and 93% were reading on grade level, compared to 64% and 48% respectively for homeless children nationally.


 

www.achildsplace.org

601 East 5th Street, Suite 230
Charlotte, NC 28202
Phone: (704) 343-3790

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Alexander Youth Network

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Alexander Youth Network

Alexander Youth Network is North Carolina’s leading provider of children’s behavioral healthcare. We provide a comprehensive array of services developed to treat children with, or at risk for, serious emotional disturbance. Our services include diagnostic assessment, outpatient therapy, day treatment, psychiatric residential treatment, therapeutic and intensive foster care, Multidimensional Treatment Foster care, community support services, Multisystemic Therapy, Intensive In-Home Services, and we operate The Relatives, a shelter for runaway and homeless children. Alexander serves over 3,500 children each year.


 

www.alexanderyouthnetwork.org

6220 Thermal Road
Charlotte, NC, 28211
Phone: (704) 366-8712

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Autism Charlotte

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Autism Charlotte

Autism Charlotte is a local non-profit foundation dedicated to addressing the needs of families in our community dealing with autism through inclusion-based programs.

 


 

www.autismcharlotte.org

PO Box 12671
Charlotte, NC 28220
autism charlottePhone: (704)910-4512

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Behailu Academy

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Behailu Academy

Behailu Academy is an arts-based youth development program that empowers youth to find and use their voices through the arts, academics, and community service.  We accomplish our mission by offering a variety of classes including performing arts, music, visual arts, food and nutrition, technology, tutoring, and more.

We offer visual and performing arts, culinary and nutrition classes, martial arts, music, and mixed media art classes.  We offer three sessions each school year – Fall, Winter, and Spring.  During each session our students are afforded the opportunity to take a variety of classes.


 

www.behailuacademy.org

451 E 36th St, Charlotte
Charlotte, NC 28205
Phone: (980) 224-8854

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Bethlehem Center

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Bethlehem Center

Bethlehem Center of Charlotte is a non-profit organization working with low-income children and families providing educational opportunities to improve their lives. Services include an afterschool center with mentoring and tutoring for children K-12, drug, gang, and alcohol prevention programs across the county, a scholarship program, and the nationally recognized school readiness program, Head Start.


 

www.bethlehemcenter.org

2705 Baltimore Avenue
Charlotte, NC 28203
Phone: (704) 375-1417

 

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Carolinas

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Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Carolinas

The Big Brothers Big Sisters Mission is to help children reach their potential through professionally supported, one-to-one relationships with measurable impact.Big Brothers Big Sisters is the oldest, largest and most effective youth mentoring organization in the United States.


 

www.bbbscharlotte.org

3801 E. Independence Boulevard
Charlotte, NC 28205
Phone: (704) 910-1301

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Care Ring

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Care Ring (Formerly Community Health Services)

Every day, people fall through the cracks of the traditional health care system in Mecklenburg County. Care Ring, formerly known as Community Health Services, provides access to medical and dental care to the uninsured and underinsured. Care Ring strives to empower individuals to take responsibility for their own health through education, a low-cost clinic, and programs such as Physicians Reach Out and Nurse-Family Partnership.


 

www.careringnc.org

601 East 5th Street
Charlotte, NC 28202-3094
Phone: (704) 375-0172

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Charlotte Meckenburg Public Library

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Charlotte  Mecklenburg  Library

Since our founding in 1903, our role as a provider of lifelong education in this community has never been more relevant and timely. We strive to build a highly literate and educated community; to contribute to its economic health, cultural and social capital; and to be highly accessed and cherished. As stewards of the community's trust and resources, we work hard every day to provide valuable experiences. Our customers, staff and supporters inspire us each day to be America's best public library.


 

www.plcmc.org

310 N. Tryon Street
Charlotte, NC 28202
Phone: (704) 416-0100

 

Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Dept (CMPD)

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Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Dept (CMPD)

 


 

www.cmpd.org

601 East Trade Street
Charlotte, North Carolina 28202

 

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (CMS)

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Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (CMS)

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (CMS) provides academic instruction, rigor and support each school day to more than 133,600 students in kindergarten through 12th grade in 176 schools throughout Mecklenburg County. In CMS, we firmly believe that setting high standards for all students creates a greater opportunity for future success. Each day, students are prepared to be leaders in a technologically savvy and globally competitive competitive world.


 

www.cms.k12.nc.us

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools
 Education Center

701 E. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard
Charlotte, NC 28202
Phone: (980) 343-3000

 

Child Care Resources Inc.

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Child Care Resources Inc.

Since 1982, Child Care Resources Inc. has been working with families and communities to ensure that all children have access to high quality, affordable early learning and school-age opportunities and experiences which enable them to succeed in school and in life.


Child Care Resources Inc. is a private, non-profit child care resource and referral (CCR&R) agency that works with families and communities to ensure that all children have access to high quality, affordable early learning and school-age opportunities and experiences which enable them to succeed in school and in life.


 

www.childcareresourcesinc.org

4601 Park Road
, Suite 500

Charlotte, NC 28209
Phone: (704) 376-6697

 

Children & Family Services Center

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Children & Family Services Center

The vision of the Children & Family Services Center is a single building in First Ward where nine agencies offer comprehensive assistance to strengthen families.  A unified hand that helps others to help themselves. Improving the lives of children and families through an innovative partnership of community resources that promotes strong families and advocates for change.


 

www.childrenfamily.org

601 East Fifth Street, Suite 100

Charlotte, NC 28202
Phone: (704) 943-9400

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Children's Home Society of North Carolina

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Children's Home Society of NC

CHS has been serving for more than a century, with programs built on our mission of promoting the right of every child to a permanent, safe and loving family.  Founded in 1902, CHS has placed more than 15,000 children loving, adoptive homes.  But while CHS is perhaps best known for our work related to foster care and adoption, we are much more than a placement agency.

Today, CHS has one of the most comprehensive and seamless offerings and family support services in the state - providing programs in parenting education, teen pregnancy prevention, foster care and adoption - all from one agency.  Specific CHS initiatives include working to prevent teen pregnancy, providing education and support for parents having difficulty maintaining a stable family setting for their children, and supporting the efforts of public social services agencies to preserve families.  Through our programs, CHS serves over 16,00 children and families each year with a statewide staff and offices in 10 cities in North Carolina.


 

 

www.chsnc.org

2200 E 7th St
Charlotte, NC 28202
Phone: (704) 334-9955

 

Citizen Schools North Carolina

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Citizen Schools North Carolina

Citizen Schools partners with middle schools to expand the learning day for low-income children across the country. We mobilize a second shift of afternoon educators, who provide academic support, leadership development, and "apprenticeships"—hands-on projects taught by volunteers from business and civic organizations. Citizen Schools North Carolina currently serves approximately 400 students each year in 4 schools in Charlotte, Durham and Henderson.


 

www.citizenschools.org

5624 Executive Center Drive, Suite 105
Charlotte, NC 28212
Phone: (704) 332-3645

 

Communities In Schools

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Communities In Schools

As part of the nation's leading dropout prevention network, the mission of Communities In Schools of Charlotte-Mecklenburg, Inc. (CIS) is to help disadvantaged young people stay in school, successfully learn, and prepare for life by connecting needed community resources with schools. Since its inception in 1985, CIS has mobilized local resources and coordinated partnerships with corporations, faith-based organizations, health and human service agencies, civic groups and individuals to help at-risk students in our community overcome academic, social, and economic barriers. Our organization, which began at a single school serving 80 students, currently shapes the futures of over 5,000 at-risk students at 44 high-poverty school sites (14 high, 13 middle, and 17 elementary schools) during traditional school hours and after-school. The scope of our programming has expanded from school-based drop out prevention (K-12) to also include college readiness/access and career exploration, support for teen mothers balancing the challenges of childcare and high school graduation, and working with youthful offenders to continue their education.


 

www.cischarlotte.org

601 East 5th Street
Charlotte, NC 28202-3094
Phone: (704) 335-0601

 

Council for Children's Rights

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Council for Children's Rights

The Council’s mission is to stand for every child’s right to be safe, healthy and educated. Council fulfills its mission by providing legal representation and advocacy for individual children in peril; engaging our community to work with us to reform the systems serving children and to adopt public policies based in researched best practices to address the needs and futures of our children; and by collaborating with community partners to achieve cooperative solutions to the critical issues affecting our children. The Council’s lawyers and advocates work primarily in the areas of education, abuse and neglect, health, mental health, contested custody, domestic violence and juvenile justice. However, the Council will consider representing any child in danger or whose right to receive services is threatened. We serve all children regardless of their socioeconomic status.


 

www.cfcrights.org

601 East 5th Street
Charlotte, NC 28202-3093
Phone: (704) 372-7961

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Department of Social Services (DSS)

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Department of Social Services (DSS) 
Youth & Family Services

Here Today for a Better Tomorrow.
Apply for Public Assistance (Food Stamps, Medicaid, Work First, etc) at the following locations:


 

www.charmeck.org/Departments/DSS

Kuralt Centre 301 Billingsley Road
Charlotte, NC 28211

Valerie C. Woodard Center
3205 Freedom Drive, Suite 100
Charlotte NC, 28208

Phone: (704) 336-3000

Help keep your neighbors safe.
Call the CARE line, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
704-336-CARE (2273)

Hours of Operation:
Mon - Fri: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Sat: 8 a.m. – Noon

 

Freedom School Partners

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Freedom School Partners

Freedom School Partners is dedicated to serving at-risk students and families living in poverty in Charlotte, North Carolina. Our mission is to engage, educate and empower children to succeed in school and in life through quality, year-round educational enrichment programs. We work with community partners, offering Children Defense Fund's Freedom Schools® programs in the summer and afterschool, to improve academic achievement, reduce dropout rates, and inspire the love of reading. Independent evaluation results show that FSP is making a difference. 90% of Freedom School scholars did not experience summer learning loss.



www.freedomschoolpartners.orgFreedom  School Partners

P.O. Box 37363
Charlotte  NC  28237
Phone: (704) 371-4922

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Guardian Ad Litem

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Guardian Ad Litem

Since 1983, the North Carolina Guardian ad Litem (GAL) program has served the best interests of thousands of children. Many were able to return home, some now live with other family members, still others have been adopted. What we try to ensure is that all of the children we represent remain safe, and that their homes are permanent. In the past fiscal year, 4,767 trained volunteers served 17,189 children. These children were in court because a petition had been filed stating they were abused or neglected.


 

www.nccourts.org

700 S. Fourth Street, Suite 300
Charlotte, NC 28202
Phone: (704) 686-0075

 

Jewish Family Services of Greater Charlotte

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Jewish Family Services of Greater Charlotte

JFS reaches out with comprehensive, integrated social services www.jfscharlotte.org/services, that help members of our community in the most effective, compassionate way possible; providing people of all ages and socio-economic backgrounds with the encouragement and tools they need to become productive and self-reliant. People count on Jewish Family Services everyday for support, comfort – and hope.


 

www.jfscharlotte.org

5007 Providence Road
Charlotte, NC 28226-5849
Phone: (704) 364-6594

 

Juvenile Court

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Juvenile Court

Family courts have become essential to the way district courts resolve domestic and juvenile legal issues. In collaboration with the court community, family court judges and family court staff endeavor to efficiently process each case toward resolution by applying best practices in case management principles, such as assignment of one judge to one family for all issues before the court, continuous calendaring and limiting continuances. As a result, family courts are able to offer families more timely, consistent and thoughtful outcomes to their legal issues.


 

www.nccourts.org/Courts

Administrative Office of the Courts:
P.O. Box 2448
Raleigh, NC 27602-2448
Phone: (919) 890-1000

 

Juvenile Court Judges (District Court)

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Juvenile Court Judges (District Court)

Family courts have become essential to the way district courts resolve domestic and juvenile legal issues. In collaboration with the court community, family court judges and family court staff endeavor to efficiently process each case toward resolution by applying best practices in case management principles, such as assignment of one judge to one family for all issues before the court, continuous calendaring and limiting continuances. As a result, family courts are able to offer families more timely, consistent and thoughtful outcomes to their legal issues.


 

 

www.nccourts.org/County/Mecklenburg/Courts/Family

Administrative Office of the Courts:
P.O. Box 2448
Raleigh, NC 27602-2448
Phone: (919) 890-1000

 

Kids Need 2 Parents

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Kids Need 2 Parents

KN2P is a volunteer, 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to modernizing family law to presumed SHARED PARENTING.  When parents no longer live together, it is in the best interest of the child to have maximum time (at least 35%) with BOTH parents unless one is proven unfit or relinquishes this right & responsibility.  Current research clearly shows that children do better emotionally, academically, & economically with two-parent involvement in their lives.  Time & money are wasted in court under our current system, & acrimony increases.  Children lose


 

www.kn2p.org
Phone: (704) 350-1343

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Levine Children's Hospital

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Levine Children's Hospital

Levine Children’s Hospital is dedicated to caring for children from birth through young adulthood. We lead the region in offering more than 30 specialized pediatric services  including kidney, liver and heart transplants; blood and marrow transplant, cardiac and cancer care; neurosurgery; rehabilitation service; and the highest designated level of neonatal intensive care.


 

www.levinechildrenshospital.org

1000 Blythe Boulevard
Charlotte, NC 28203
Phone: (704) 381-2000

 

MeckEd

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MeckEd

MeckEd, formerly known as Mecklenburg Citizens for Public Education, was formed in 2006 with the goal of making quality public education a top priority within the Charlotte community. MeckEd is a nonprofit and nonpartisan organization that is an independent advocate for public education. We strive to be the trusted and reliable source of public education information that educates and informs the community about the critical issues facing local public education, while mobilizing leadership, rallying resources and engaging community members to help all Charlotte-Mecklenburg students, regardless of zip code, achieve sustained, significant academic success.


www.mecked.org MeckEd
129 W. Trade Street, Suite 1555
Charlotte, NC 28202
704.335.0100
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Mecklenburg County Children’s Developmental Services

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Mecklenburg County Children’s Developmental Services

The Mecklenburg Children’s Developmental Services agency (CDSA) is the local agency for Early Intervention in our community, which is part of the statewide NC Infant-Toddler Program. We support families to help children from birth to age three who have developmental delays or who are at risk for problems with their development to grow and learn to the best of their potential.

All it takes to start a referral is concern on the part of the parents or other caregivers. We help you meet the developmental needs of your infant or toddler.

To make a referral, please call us at 704-336-7130.

Para hacer una referencia, por favor llámenos al 704-336-7452.


 

The Mecklenburg Children’s Developmental Services agency (CDSA)

Carlton G. Watkins Center
3500 Ellington Street
Charlotte, NC, 28211
Phone: (704) 336-7130

Para hacer una referencia, por favor llámenos al (704) 336-7452

 

 

Mecklenburg County Health Department

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Mecklenburg County Health Department

Mission: To promote and protect the public’s health.  

Vision:  The Mecklenburg County Health department assures the health and safety of our diverse and changing community today and for future generations.



www.meckhealth.org

Administrative Office Southeast Campus:
249 Billingsley Road
Charlotte, NC 28211
Information Line: (704) 336-4700
Clinic Appointments: (704) 336-6500

 

Mecklenburg County Sheriff's Office

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Mecklenburg County Sheriff's Office

Our vision is to be recognized by the people we serve as a professional organization dedicated to customer service and committed to improving the quality of life in our community. Together, my staff and I work to make this vision a reality.


 

www.charmeck.org/Departments/MCSO

700 E. 4th Street
Charlotte, NC 28202
Phone: Emergency 911

 

NC Department of Juvenile Justice & Delinquency Prevention

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NC Department of Juvenile Justice & Delinquency Prevention

The Department offers services for youth by establishing and maintaining a seamless comprehensive juvenile justice system that promotes juvenile delinquency prevention, intervention and treatment.


 

www.ncdjjdp.org

1801 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC 27699-1801
Phone: (919) 733-3388

 

Pat's Place Child Advocacy Center

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Pat's Place Child Advocacy Center

Pat's Place is the only child advocacy center serving Mecklenburg County children. We provide a child-friendly setting where a skilled team of professionals work together under one roof to evaluate child sexual abuse allegations by offering forensic interviews, medical exams, multidisciplinary team consultation and family support.


 

www.patsplacecac.org

901 East Boulevard
Charlotte, NC 28203
Phone: (704) 335-2769

 

Presbyterian Community Care Cruiser

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Presbyterian Community Care Cruiser

The Presbyterian Hospital Community Care Cruiser is a doctor’s office on wheels that travels to identified locations throughout the greater Charlotte community to provide primary and preventive medical care to youth, ages birth – 17, who are uninsured or underinsured.


 

 

www.presbyterian.org/cruiser

200 Hawthorne Lane
Charlotte, North Carolina 28204
Phone: (704) 384-3031

 

Right Moves for Youth

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Right Moves for Youth

The mission of Right Moves For Youth is to provide the motivation for its club members in grades 3-12 to succeed in school, improve their quality of life, and become responsible members of society.


Right Moves For Youth's mission is realized in the operation of school-based clubs and neighborhood-based community clubs led by dedicated volunteers who work with our students in a group setting, providing them with the encouragement and resources they need to be successful, and rewarding them for their accomplishments. Conceptualized in 1989 and incorporated in 1993, Right Moves For Youth collaborates with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools, local law enforcement agencies and other community partners to help our club members improve their school attendance, behavior and academic performance.


 

www.rightmovesforyouth.org

2211 W. Morehead Street
Charlotte, NC 28208
Phone: (704) 377-4425

 

Safe Alliance

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Safe Alliance

Our mission is to provide hope and healing to people in crisis. We chose the name Safe Alliance because we believe all individuals and families deserve to live in safe and supportive environments. To this end we work in alliance with our clients, other organizations and the community toward achieving our vision of communities where people are empowered to build and sustain healthy and respectful relationships and enjoy lives free of domestic and sexual violence and child abuse.


 

www.safealliance.org

Safe Alliance Logo

601 East 5th Street - Suite 400
Charlotte, NC 28202-3095
Phone: (704) 332-9034

24/7Domestic Violence Hotline: 704-332-2513
24/7Rape Crisis Hotline: 704-375-9900


 

Smart Start of Mecklenburg County

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Smart Start of Mecklenburg County

Smart Start of Mecklenburg County is a private, non-profit organization that funds local agencies that serve children birth to five and their families. It brings together all the people involved in a young child’s life—families, teachers, doctors, caregivers, social workers, and many others—to ensure that children have all they need for healthy growth and development.  The organization, led by a diverse board of directors, makes thoughtful funding decisions and maintains a high level of accountability for the dollars it allocates.


 

 

www.smartstartofmeck.org

601 E 5th Street, Suite 500
Charlotte, NC 28202
Phone: (704) 377-6588

 

Teen Health Connection

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Teen Health Connection

To improve the health of adolescents by providing physical and mental health care, education, advocacy and research through connections with teens, parents and the community.


 

 

www.teenhealthconnection.org

3541 Randolph Road, Suite 206
Charlotte, NC 28211
Phone: (704) 381-TEEN (8336)

 

The Relatives, Inc.

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The Relatives, Inc.

The Relatives is a co-ed, 9-bed emergency shelter for runaway, homeless, and other youth in crisis from ages 7-17. Our main concern is providing a safe place while helping work through the issues that led to seeking help. We also operate a 24-hour CRISIS HOTLINE for youth and families that need help, but don’t know where else to turn. Staying at The Relatives is limited to 14 days. There’s no charge to stay there.


 

www.therelatives.org

1100 East Boulevard
Charlotte, NC 28203
Phone: (704) 377-0602

 

Thompson Child & Family Focus

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Thompson Child & Family Focus

Thompson Child & Family Focus is a quality provider of children's behavioral and educational treatment and care.  The Agency offers a comprehensive network of integrated services designed to treat children, and their families-- who exhibit (or are at risk of developing) mental and emotional illnesses.  Thompson's continuum of services includes: early childhood and family education and support programs, diagnostic assessment, an array of outpatient therapies, day treatment, therapeutic and family foster care, case management, intensive in-home services, and psychiatric residential treatment, specializing in the areas of attachment disorders stemming from early trauma and sexually reactive disorders.


 

 

www.thompsoncff.org

6800 Saint Peters Lane
Matthew, NC 28105
Phone: (704) 536-0375

 

UNC Charlotte - Institute for Social Capital

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The University of North Carolina at Charlotte Institute for Social Capital, Inc.

The University of North Carolina at Charlotte Institute for Social Capital, Inc.  The University of North Carolina at Charlotte Institute for Social Capital, Inc. was created to serve as a link between community-based government and non-profit agencies and organizations serving children, youth, and families in order to facilitate information sharing between these groups, with the broader goal of fostering research and data-based community decision-making.


 

www.socialcapital.uncc.edu

9201 University City Boulevard CHHS Suite 335
Charlotte, NC 28223-001

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United Way of Central Carolinas

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United Way of Central Carolinas

Homelessness for children isn’t just about where they lay their heads at night; it’s about where their heads are during the day at school, too.  A Child’s Place (ACP) is a local nonprofit working inside Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (CMS) to help erase the impact of homelessness on children and their education.  We helped 1,598 children attending 122 different CMS schools during the 2009-10 school year; that’s a great accomplishment but it represents fewer than half of CMS’s identified homeless students.  93% privately funded, ACP is CMS’s only partner dedicated to ensuring that homeless children get the education they need to break the cycle of poverty.  For the 2009-2010 school year, 93% of ACP client children were promoted to the next grade and 93% were reading on grade level, compared to 64% and 48% respectively for homeless children nationally.


 

www.uwcentralcarolinas.org

301 S. Brevard Street
Charlotte, NC 28202
Phone: (704) 372-7170

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YMCA of Greater Charlotte

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YMCA of Greater Charlotte

While our programs and services have evolved over our 130+ year history to remain relevant to our community, our foundation and mission have been steadfast. To put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all.


 

www.ymcacharlotte.org

500 East Morehead Street, Suite 300
Charlotte, NC 28202
Phone: (704) 716-6200

 

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Care Ring
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Charlotte Meckenburg Public Library
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Children & Family Services Center
Citizen Schools North Carolina
Communities In Schools
Council for Children's Rights
Department of Social Services (DSS)
Freedom School Partners
Guardian Ad Litem
Jewish Family Services of Greater Charlotte
Juvenile Court
Juvenile Court Judges (District Court)
Kids Need 2 Parents
Levine Children's Hospital
MeckEd
Mecklenburg County Children’s Developmental Services
Mecklenburg County Health Department
Mecklenburg County Sheriff's Office
NC Department of Juvenile Justice & Delinquency Prevention
Pat's Place Child Advocacy Center
Presbyterian Community Care Cruiser
Right Moves for Youth
Smart Start of Mecklenburg County
Teen Health Connection
The Relatives, Inc.
Thompson Child & Family Focus
Safe Alliance
YMCA of Greater Charlotte
Children's Home Society of North Carolina