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Treatment Programs at the Men’s and Women’s Shelters

The Men's Shelter of Charlotte is located at 1210 North Tryon Street, Charlotte

The Salvation Army Center of Hope Women's Shelter of is located at 534 Spratt Street, Charlotte.

For information call 704-816-0260.

Substance Abuse Comprehensive Outpatient Treatment (SACOT) is a program you attend for at least four hours per day for five days per week and learn how to get through life’s challenges without using alcohol or other drugs.

Started in 1991 at the request of the Men's Shelter, SACOT provides treatment services designed specifically for the homeless population. A comprehensive clinical assessment is completed for each consumer that enters the program. Treatment includes individual and group counseling, social support and aftercare at the Men’s and Women’s Shelters.

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