CSS provides assistance to domestic violence victims, offenders and child witnesses, as well as military veterans, individuals and families who are homeless, and residents in neighborhoods seeking to eliminate gun violence.
Our Mission: To improve resident's self-sufficiency, health and safety through a wide array of quality services and community partnerships.
Homeless Services serves persons living in Mecklenburg County who are homeless or at great risk of homelessness.
Veterans Services provides direct, in-depth, quality assistance to veterans of the military service, their widows, orphans and survivors, which could grant them initial -- or preserve existing -- benefit entitlements from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
The Women's Commission has a direct focus on employment, training, domestic violence services, and advocacy.
As a subdivision of the Women's Commission, Project Safe Neighborhoods is a federally funded program working to keep our communities safe by eliminating gun violence. Administered by the U.S. Attorney's office, Project Safe Neighborhoods Task Force is comprised of members from state and local law enforcement, community groups, educational institutions and Mecklenburg County.
Homeless Services Request for Proposal
Foundation for the Carolinas and Mecklenburg County Community Support Services are jointly accepting proposals from agencies that provide service to homeless families in Mecklenburg County. Funds are available from FFTC's A Way Home Housing Endowment Start-up Fund for rental assistance and supportive services, and from the County's Housing Stability and Supportive Service Fund. Click here to access more information including the application and relevant forms.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg has a Ten-Year Plan to End and Prevent Homelessness.