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COVID-19 Support Services

We have been asked by many where do I get Help! Below is a list with links to their website to contact for assistance:


Charlotte Speech and Hearing Center Communities in Schools E2D affordable access to essential at-home technology Latin Americans Working for Achievement The Learning Collaborative

EMERGENCY FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE Ada Jenkins Center Brookhill Community Resource Center Caterpillar Ministries Charlotte Center for Legal Advocacy Commonwealth Charlotte Crisis Assistance Ministries Davidson Housing Coalition Lakewood Neighborhood Alliance Pineville Neighbors Place RAIN Refugee Support Services of the Carolinas Servants Heart of Mint Hill


Goodwill Industries of the Southern Piedmont

Mecklenburg Council of Elders

FOOD SECURITY Camino Community Center Dilworth Soup Kitchen Friendship Trays Heal Charlotte Hope Street Food Pantry Loaves & Fishes North End Community Coalition ourBRIDGE for KIDS Reeder Memorial Baptist Church Missions Place Sandra and Leon Levine Jewish Community Center Second Harvest Food Bank of Metrolina University City Foundation

HEALTH AND MENTAL HEALTH Alexander Youth Network Care Ring Lake Norman Community Health Clinic Matthews Free Medical Clinic MedAssist of Mecklenburg Pat’s Place Child Advocacy Center Promise Resource Network Steve Smith Family Foundation West Boulevard Neighborhood Coalition

SHELTER AND HOUSING Beds for Kids Carolinas CARE Partnership Catholic Charities Diocese of Charlotte Center for Community Transitions Charlotte Family Housing Charlotte Rescue Mission Florence Crittenton Services of North Carolina Friendship Community Development Corporation Habitat for Humanity of Charlotte Hope Haven Lotus Campaign Men’s Shelter of Charlotte Safe Alliance SocialServe Supportive Housing Communities The Relatives The Salvation Army of Greater Charlotte Watchmen of the Streets IMMIGRANT COMMUNITY

Latin American Coalition

OTHER Humane Society of Charlotte


Monster Job listing

Indeed Job listings for Charlotte

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