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Moore Place
In early 2012, CSS Homeless Services partnered with the Urban Ministry Center of Charlotte on Moore Place apartments.  County social workers are on site to provide wraparound services to 85 chronically homeless adults.


Helping Homeless to Housing
Helping Homeless to Housing is an advocacy group made up of formerly and potentially homeless people helping to improve the lives of individuals experiencing and getting beyond homelessness. Our work includes advocating for more supportive housing, more employment opportunities for ex-offenders, outreach to people still in places unfit; voter registration and voting drives. We meet every Thursday afternoon from 2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. at Moore Place (2435 Lucena St., Charlotte, NC 28206).  Our meetings are open to all. We'd love for you to join us.

Homeless Services Network (HSN)
The Homeless Services Network of Charlotte-Mecklenburg (HSN) is a coalition of 40 member organizations working together to meet the needs of homeless individuals and families, and promote solutions that can end homelessness in our area. Visit the HSN website at for more information.

Housing Advisory Board of Charlotte-Mecklenburg
The Housing Advisory Board of Charlotte-Mecklenburg (formerly the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Coalition for Housing) is a community based board. Volunteer members are appointed by the Mecklenburg Board of County Commissioners and the Charlotte City Council to oversee the implementation of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Ten Year Plan to End and Prevent Homelessness. Ex-officio members are the Community Support Services Director (County), Neighborhood & Business Services Director (City), and the Charlotte Housing Authority CEO.


Housing Instability and Homelessness Reports

The annual Housing Instability and Homelessness Report Series is designed to provide information, using local data and research, to help the Charlotte-Mecklenburg community make better decisions around homelessness and housing instability. The reports are intended for housing and homelessness service providers, funders, public officials and policy makers, the media, the general public and others who have an interest in this work.

The University of North Carolina at Charlotte Urban Institute prepared the reports. The Housing Advisory Board of Charlotte-Mecklenburg initiated the reports, and Mecklenburg County Community Support Services provided funding for the reports.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Continuum of Care
Mecklenburg County, the City of Charlotte, and community partners have joined together as a continuum of care to apply for federal funds and coordinate activities to meet the housing and service needs of individuals and families who are experiencing homelessness. The CoC is a committee of the Housing Advisory Board of Charlotte-Mecklenburg.