Do the Write Thing: Students Share Powerful Experiences with Youth Violence
Two Mecklenburg County students have the chance to visit Washington, D.C. to represent the County and their peers during Do the Write Thing National Recognition Week.
Finding Their Voice: Sexual Assault Survivors Lean on Each Other to Move Forward
April Is Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
3,260 Neighbors in Need: County Releases Housing and Homelessness Report
Mecklenburg County Community Support Services has released the 2022 State of Housing Instability & Homelessness (SoHIH) Report.
A Genuine Touch: County Seeks Leader to Connect with Unsheltered Homeless
Mecklenburg County is seeking a provider (or several providers who work together) to build a program that reaches out directly to people living on the street in our community.
Write a Happy Ending: Provider Needed for Young Adults in Extended Foster Care
Mecklenburg County is searching for a provider to house young adults ages 18 to 21 who have aged out of foster care and teach them the skills they need to navigate a modern world.
Help and Hope: Umbrella Center Will Transform Support for Abuse Survivors
Mecklenburg County and partners such as Safe Alliance are reimagining support for survivors of interpersonal abuse and violence.