For Your Safety

​​​These are dedicated resources that should be helpful for citizens and/or victims of crimes.

 

 

Counseling Resources<div class="ExternalClassA2343F1E492A4293BE99424F909C6885"><div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;">​​<a title="visit this site..." href="http://www.alexanderyouthnetwork.com/"><strong>Alexander Youth Network</strong></a> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;"> <em>address:</em> 6220 Thermal Rd. Charlotte, NC 28222 <br> <em>phone:</em> 704-366-8712​​ <br> <em>Description of Services:</em> Alexander Youth Network provides an array of services to treat children with, or at risk for, serious emotional disturbance. Services include day treatment, foster care, adoption counseling, community-based services and shelter for children in crisis along with mentoring for children involved with the juvenile justi​ce system. <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;">​​<a title="visit this site..." href="http://www.behavioralhealthcenters.org/randolph.cfm?id=31"><strong>Behavioral Health Center - CMC Randolph</strong></a> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;">​<em>address:</em> 501 Billingsley Rd. Charlotte, NC 28211 <br> <em>phone:</em> 704-336-6404 Area Mental Health<br>704-358-2800 Mental Health Emergencies - Suicide/Crisis Line​​ <br> <em>Description of Services:</em> BHC/CMC Randolph offers services for children and adults in the areas of mental illness, developmental disability, and substance abuse.​. <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;">​​<a title="visit this site..." href="http://www.anuvia.org/"><strong>Anuvia Prevention and Recovery Center</strong></a> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;">​<em>address:</em> 100 Billingsley Rd. Charlotte, NC 28211 <br> <em>phone:</em> 704-376-7447​​ <br> <em>Description of Services:</em> The CDC is a private non-profit organization that promotes wellness in our community by providing compassionate treatment and prevention services to impact the disease of addiction. <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;">​​<a title="visit this site..." href="http://charmeck.org/mecklenburg/county/PSO/CJS/Pages/CD-CP.aspx"><strong>Child Development - Community Policing Program (CD-CP)</strong></a> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;">​<em>address:</em> 3500 Ellington St. Charlotte, NC 28211 <br><em>Program Director:</em> Stacey Butler <br> <em>phone:</em> 704-591-0061​​​ <br> <em>Description of Services:</em> The CD-CP program provides crisis intervention services to children who witness or are a victim of violence. CD-CP is a partnership with the Mecklenburg County Provided Services Organization and CMPD. CD-CP currently serves all patrol divisions​. Police Officers in these divisions will make referrals on appropriate cases. <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;">​​<strong>Domestic Violence Hotline</strong> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;">​<em>phone:</em> 1-800-799-7233​​ <br> <em>Description of Services:</em> 24 hour listening line and referral source for victims of domestic violence. <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;">​​<a title="visit this site..." href="http://www.eckerd.org/"><strong>Eckerd Youth Alternatives</strong></a> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;"> <em>phone:</em> 1-800-554-4357 <br> <em>Description of Services:</em> The North Carolina Eckerd Wilderness Camps serve boys and girls, ages 10 through 17, with behavioral problems. The camps are year-round, staff-secure, residential therapeutic programs, providing an alternative to more restrictive programs. <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;">​​<a title="visit this site..." href="http://www.kindermourn.org/"><strong>Kinder Mourn</strong></a> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;">​<em>address:</em> 1320 Harding Place Charlotte, NC 28204 <br> <em>phone:</em> 704-376-2580 <br> <em>Description of Services:</em> Kinder Mourn exists to provide a safe haven for families whose lives have been shattered by the death of a child. In addition to services for bereaved parents, Kinder Mourn assists children and young people who are grieving the death of a family member or friend. Kinder Mourn's professional grief facilitators provide individual and group counseling at the KM Home, in designated schools and neighborhood community centers. <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;">​​<strong>National Gay/Lesbian Youth Hotline</strong> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;">​<em>phone:</em> 1-800-347-TEEN (8336) <br> <em>Description of Services:</em> Listening line and referral source for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth. Hours 5:00-9:00 pm Monday thru Friday. <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;">​​<a title="visit this site..." href="http://www.nccrimecontrol.org/"><strong>North Carolina Department of Crime Control and Public Safety Compensation Services</strong></a> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;">​<em>address:</em> 4703 Mail Service Center Raleigh, NC 27699-4703 <br> <em>phone:</em> 1-800-826-6200 (in NC or 919-733-7974) <br> <em>Description of Services:</em> The Dept. of Crime Control and Public Safety's Compensation Services reimburses citizens who suffer medical expenses and lost wages as a result of being an innocent victim of a crime committed in North Carolina. Victims of rape, assault, child sexual abuse, domestic violence and drunk driving as well as the families of homicide victims are eligible to apply for financial help. <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;">​​<a title="visit this site..." href="http://www.nc-van.org/"><strong>North Carolina Victim Assistance Network (NCVAN)</strong></a> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;">​<em>address:</em> 410 Morrison St. Raleigh, NC 27601-1558 <br> <em>phone:</em> 1-800-348-5068 <br> <em>Description of Services:</em> NCVAN promotes the rights and needs of crime victims by educating citizens and public policy leaders about the devastating impact that crime has on our society​. <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;">​​<strong>NOVA (New Options for Violent Actions)</strong> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;">​<em>address:</em> 3623 Latrobe Dr., Suite 107 Charlotte, NC 28211 <br> <em>phone:</em> 704-336-4344 <br> <em>Description of Services:</em> NOVA is a year long psycho-educational program divided into two phases. Phase One is comprised of 26 weekly group sessions. Upon successful completion of Phase One, participants transition into a mandatory Phase Two. Phase Two is comprised of 6 monthly aftercare group sessions. All group sessions are led by male and female co-facilitators​. <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;">​​​<strong>Rape Crisis Assistance Hotline</strong> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;">​<em>address:</em> 601 E. 5th St., Suite 400 Charlotte, NC 28202 <br> <em>phone:</em> 704-375-9900 (24 hours) <br> <em>Description of Services:</em> 24-hour hotline and hospital accompaniment for victims of sexual assault, accompaniment to police interviews or meetings with district attorney, assistance with victim compensation, counseling for children who have been sexually abused and their families. <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;">​​​<a title="visit this site..." href="http://www.rainn.org/"><strong>RAINN - Rape Abuse Incest National Network</strong></a> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;"> <em>phone:</em> 1-800-656-HOPE (4673) <br> <em>Description of Services:</em> 24 hour listening line and referral source for victims of rape, abuse or incest. <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;">​​​<strong>Straight Talk</strong> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;"> <em>phone:</em> 704-344-1111 <br> <em>Description of Services:</em> 24 hour listening line. Teens can listen to pre-recorded messages on a variety of issues including drug use, sexuality, depression, family concerns, relationships, etc. <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;">​​​<a title="visit this site..." href="http://www.thetrevorproject.org/"><strong>Trevor Hotline</strong></a> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;"> <em>phone:</em> 1-800-850-8070 <br> <em>Description of Services:</em> This is a 24-hour, 7-day-a-week crisis line for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth in the nation. Affiliated with the Suicide Hotline to provide emergency services to youth in need. <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;">​​<strong>United Family Services</strong> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;">​<em>address:</em> 601 E. 5th., Suite 400 Charlotte, NC 28202 <br> <em>phone:</em> 704-332-9034<br> 704-375-9900 Rape Crisis Assistance 24 hours <br> <em>Description of Services:</em> UFS offers; individual, marital, and family counseling along with anger management, crisis intervention and advocacy, consumer credit counseling, housing counseling, domestic violence services, rape crisis, and employee assistance counseling. <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;">​​<a title="visit this site..." href="http://charmeck.org/mecklenburg/county/CommunitySupportServices/WomensCommission/Pages/default.aspx"><strong>Women's Commission/H.E.R.O. Program​​</strong></a> ​​​​​ <div style="margin-left:35px;">(Help, Encouragement and Recognition of Observers of Domestic Violence)<br>​<em>address:</em> 700 N. Tryon St. Charlotte, NC 28202 <br> <em>phone:</em> 704-336-3210 <br> <em>Description of Services:</em> The Women's Commission offers counseling for adults and children as well as a job bank and legal clinics. <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br> </div>
Internet and Child Safety Programs and Resources<div class="ExternalClassD78EDC34CA41433E8FCA8B4F1458ABC8"><div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;">​​<a title="visit this site..." href="http://www.missingkids.org/home"><strong>National Center for Missing and Exploited Children</strong></a> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;"> <em>address:</em> Charles B. Wang International Children's Building, 699 Prince Street Alexandria, VA 22314 <br> <em>phone:</em> 1-800-THE LOST (843-5678)​​ <br> <em>Description of Services:</em> The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children is a national clearinghouse for child safety, missing persons, child abductions and child sexual exploitation. The following is a direct link to their parent/guardian resource guide list​. <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br></div>
Miscellaneous Services<div class="ExternalClassE4857F5F4D734E2C85DB3EA9F4900387">​<strong>Cleaning Companies</strong><br><br> Companies are listed in alphabetical order and they are provided for your convenience. This list does not constitute an endorsement by the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department. <br> <span style="line-height:2;"> <ul><li>AA Scene Clean – 704-756-4295 </li><li>Bio-Hazard Response Team – 704-391-9696 </li><li>Bio-One Trauma & Crime Scene Cleaning - 704-900-4078 </li> <li>​Crime Scene Cleaners, Inc. – 1-800-357-6731 </li><li>Crime Scene Cleaning Specialists, Inc. – 1-888-272-7462 </li><li>Crime Scene Services, Inc. 1-866-679-3960 </li><li>Crime & Trauma Scene Restoration 704-791-3140 </li><li>Executive Restoration – 704-545-0098 </li><li>HEPACO – 1-800-888-7689 </li><li>Kleen Pro Professional Services – 704-535-4007 </li><li>Signature Professional Cleaning – 704-398-1600 ​</li></ul></span>​ </div>
Law Enforcement Agencies, Court Services and DSS<div class="ExternalClassA8F68D44CFAD4E9CA5E9F90DE59698D0"><div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;">​​<a title="visit this site..." href="/CMPD/organization/investigative/SpecialVictims/Pages/default.aspx/"><strong>CMPD - Special Victim's Division</strong></a> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;"> <em>address:</em> 601 E 5th St., Suite 230 Charlotte, NC 28202 <br><em>phone:</em> 704-366-2811​​ <br><em>Description of Services:</em> The CMPD Special Victims Division conducts criminal investigations regarding juvenile and domestic violence cases. <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;">​​<a title="visit this site..." href="/CMPD/Safety/Pages/default.aspx/"><strong>CMPD - Crime Prevention Unit</strong></a> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;"> <em>address:</em> 601 E Trade St. Charlotte, NC 28202 <br><em>phone:</em> 704-336-2310 <br><em>Description of Services:</em> The Crime Prevention Unit provides educational materials and programs you and your family can implement to increase your safety and reduce your chances of becoming a victim of crime. <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;">​​<a title="visit this site..." href="/CMPD/organization/Administrative/Pages/NEPS.aspx/"><strong>CMPD - Non-Emergency Police Service</strong></a> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;"> <em>address:</em> 601 E Trade St. Charlotte, NC 28202 <br><em>phone:</em> Dial <strong>311</strong> from phones within Mecklenburg County <br><em>Description of Services:</em> The Crime Reporting Unit takes many non emergency police reports over the telephone. <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;">​​<a title="visit this site..." href="http://charmeck.org/mecklenburg/county/CSE/Pages/default.aspx"><strong>Child Support Enforcement</strong></a> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;"> <em>address:</em> 5800 Executive Center Drive, Suite 200 Charlotte, NC 28212 <br><em>phone:</em> 704-566-2800 <br><em>Description of Services:</em> Child Support services are provided to any North Carolina parent or custodian regardless of income level and offers assistance in collecting child support through a network of State and locally run offices. <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;">​​<a title="visit this site..." href="http://www.cfcrights.org/"><strong>Council for Children's Right</strong></a> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;"> <em>address:</em> 601 E 5th St., Suite 510 Charlotte, NC 28202 <br><em>phone:</em> 704-372-7961 <br><em>Description of Services:</em> Represents children, their needs and their issues. This includes research, legal representation, best interest advocacy, system advocacy and public education and awareness​ <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;">​​<a title="visit this site..." href="http://charmeck.org/MECKLENBURG/COUNTY/DSS/Pages/Default.aspx"><strong>Department of Social Services (DSS)</strong></a> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;"> <em>address:</em> 700 E Stonewall St., Suite 601 Charlotte, NC 28202 <br><em>phone:</em> 704-336-2273 <br><em>Description of Services:</em> The Mecklenburg County Department of Social Services is committed to reevaluation and enhancement of those services that focus on prevention, early intervention, moving customers toward or maintaining self-sufficiency and improving the quality of life for all citizens. The department has three major divisions: <br> <ul style="list-style-type:disc;"><li class="MsoNormal"> <a href="/mecklenburg/county/dss/families/Pages/default.aspx">​<strong>For Families</strong></a>​<br>Work First Family Assistance, Family and Children's Medicaid, NC Health Choice, Food Stamps, Refugee Assistance, Low Income Energy Assistance and Employment Services. <br>   </li><li class="MsoNormal"> <a href="/mecklenburg/county/dss/adults/Pages/default.aspx"><strong>For Older Adults and People with Disabilities </strong></a> <br>Adult Protective Services, Representative Payee and Guardianship Services, Transportation, Congregate and Home-delivered meals, In-Home Aide Services, Community Social Work, Adult Medicaid, Adult Day Care, Adult Care Home monitoring, State County Special Assistance, Food Stamps and Just1Call. <br>  </li><li class="MsoNormal"> <a href="/mecklenburg/county/dss/children/Pages/default.aspx"><strong>For Children</strong></a><br>​Child Protective Services, Foster Care, Adoption and Adoption Assistance and Independent Living Services. </li></ul> <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;">​​<a title="visit this site..." href="http://www.juvjus.state.nc.us/"><strong>Department of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (DJJDP)</strong></a> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;"> <em>address:</em> 720 E. 4th St., Suite 400 Charlotte, NC 28202 <br><em>phone:</em> 704-330-4338 <br><em>Description of Services:</em> DJJDP's mission is to promote public safety and juvenile delinquency prevention, intervention and treatment through the operation of a seamless, comprehensive juvenile justice system. DJJDP has Juvenile Court Counselors that are able to discuss your legal options regarding undisciplined juveniles.​ <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;">​​<a title="visit this site..." href="http://www.nccourts.org/Citizens/GAL/Default.asp"><strong>Guardian ad Litem</strong></a> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;"> <em>address:</em> 720 E. 4th St., Suite 202 Charlotte, NC 28202 <br><em>phone:</em> 704-417-1853 <br><em>Description of Services:</em> The Guardian ad Litem program recruits, trains and supervises volunteers who are appointed to advocate for children who are in the custody of YFS/DSS due to allegations of abuse and/or neglect. The GAL does an independent investigation, visits the child(ren) monthly and makes recommendations to the court that promote and protect the best interest of the child(ren).​ <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;">​​<a title="visit this site..." href="http://www.lssp.org/"><strong>Legal Services of the Southern Piedmont</strong></a> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;"> <em>address:</em> 1431 Elizabeth Ave. Charlotte, NC 28204 <br><em>phone:</em> 704-971-2622 <br><em>Description of Services:</em> Legal Services of the Southern Piedmont provides legal assistance in civil matters to low income persons in the Charlotte area and in west-central North Carolina.​ <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;"><strong>Mecklenburg County Civil Courts Building</strong> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;"> <em>address:</em> 800 4th St. Charlotte, NC 28202 <br><em>phone:</em> 704-336-4126 <br><em>Description of Services:</em> Restraining Orders can be requested in Suite 203 . Contempt of Restraining Order and Eviction orders can be requested in Suite 214. ​ <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;"><strong>Mecklenburg County District Attorney's Office</strong> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;"> <em>address:</em> 700 4th St. Charlotte, NC 28202 <br><em>phone:</em> 704-347-7891 <br><em>Description of Services:</em> Prosecutes criminal charges in the Mecklenburg County court system. ​ <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;"><a title="view this site..." href="http://mecksheriff.com/mecklenburg/realityprogram.asp"><strong>Mecklenburg County Sheriff's Office - Reality Program</strong></a> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;"> <em>address:</em> 700 E 4th St. Charlotte, NC 28202 <br><em>phone:</em> 704-336-2543 General Information<br>704-336-8720 Reality Program <br><em>Description of Services:</em> To provide the community with a program which will help educate young people about the long-term effects of participating in criminal activity. They want to give these young people an introduction to the criminal justice system so they can see first-hand the possible ramifications of criminal behavior. They will be made aware of how they must be accountable for their actions. The program is open to children ages 13 and older. Referrals to the program must be made by School Resource Officers within the Charlotte Mecklenburg School system. ​ <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;">​​<a title="visit this site..." href="http://www.ncdps.gov/"><strong>North Carolina Division of Community Corrections (Probation and Parole)</strong></a> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;"> <em>address:</em> 700 E. 4th St. Charlotte, NC 28202 <br><em>phone:</em> 704-432-6836, 704-432-6234 <br><em>Description of Services:</em> The Division of Community Corrections (DCC) is responsible for the supervision of all adult offenders on probation, parole or post-release parole supervision. In addition, offenders who transfer from other states are supervised by DCC guidelines and the Interstate Compact for the Supervision of Adult Offenders. DCC also has oversight of the Community Service Work Program.​ <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;">​​<a title="visit this site..." href="http://www.ncdoj.gov/Protect-Yourself/Find-Sex-Offenders.aspx"><strong>North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation - Sex Offender Registry and Public Protection Service</strong></a> <div style="margin-left:35px;"> <em>Description of Services:</em> The NC SBI maintains a registry of registered sex offenders in North Carolina . This website allows you to search for offenders living near an address and also allows you to search for registered sex offenders by name.​ <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;">​​<a title="visit this site..." href="http://www.nccrimecontrol.org/Index2.cfm?a=000001%2c001978"><strong>SAVAN - Statewide Automated Victim Assistance and Notification</strong></a> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;"> <em>phone:</em> 1-800-NC-SAVAN (1-800-627-2826) <br><em>Description of Services:</em> SAVAN helps victims of crime get custody status and court information about offenders. It is a free 24-Hour per day services that is available in both English and Spanish. In addition, SAVAN automatically notifies regis​tered victims of important events, such as release of an inmate or scheduled court events. <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;"><strong>VINE (Mecklenburg County Sheriff's Office Victim Information Notification Everyday)</strong> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;"> <em>phone:</em> 1-800-247-9658 <br><em>Description of Services:</em> Mecklenburg County 's hotline that provides information on inmate custody status. ​ <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;"><a title="visit this site..." href="http://www.ncopr.gov/">​<strong>United States Department of Justice - National Sex Offender Registry</strong></a> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;"> <em>Description of Services:</em> The U.S. Dept. of Justice National Sex Offender Registry allows you to search for registered sex offenders in all 50 States by name, city or county and even by zip code. ​ <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br> </div>
Drug and Alcohol Counseling<div class="ExternalClassE444D894EFBD426F8A0F9D91A7E6D4BB"><div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;">​​<a title="visit this site..." href="http://www.charlottealanon.org/"><strong>Al-Anon Family Groups</strong></a> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;"> ​<em>address:</em> 4800 Wedgewood Dr., Charlotte, NC 28210<br><em>phone:</em> 704-523-1159  ​​ <br> <em>Description of Services: ​</em>Group meetings for anyone who needs help coping with someone else's alcoholism or drug addiction. ​ <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;">​​<a title="visit this site..." href="http://www.charlotteaa.org/"><strong>Alcoholics Anonymous</strong></a> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;"> ​<em>address:</em> 1427 South Blvd., Suite 106   Charlotte, NC 28203 <br> <em>phone:</em> 704-332-4387  ​​ <br> <em>Description of Services:</em> 24 hour listening line and referral source for individuals who struggle with alcohol addiction. <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;">​​<strong>Drug Abuse Hotline​</strong> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;"> ​<em>phone:</em> 1-800-662-4357  ​​ <br> <em>Description of Services:</em> 24 hour listening line and referral source for individuals who use illicit drugs. <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br> ​ <div style="display:inline-block;">​ ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​​<a title="visit this site..." href="http://charmeck.org/mecklenburg/county/BHD/Pages/default.aspx/"><strong>Mecklenburg County Area Mental Health, Developmental <br><span style="padding-left:37px;">Disabilities and Substance Abuse Authority</span></strong></a>​<span style="line-height:1.7;">​ ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;"> ​<em>address:</em> 3430 Wheatley Ave.  Charlotte, NC 28205<br><em>phone:</em> 704-336-2227  ​​ <br> <em>Description of Services:</em> ​Various mental health, substance abuse and treatment programs are available.​ <br>​​​</div> </span></div> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;">​​<a title="visit this site..." href="http://www.mcleodcenter.com/"><strong>McLeod Center</strong></a> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;"> ​<em>address:</em> 145 Remount Rd.  Charlotte, NC 28203<br><em>phone:</em> 704-332-9001  ​​ <br> <em>Description of Services:</em> The McLeod Center provides substance abuse assessments and referrals along with educational services for early stages of drug use and family therapy. <br>​​​</div></span></div>​</div>
Mentoring Resources<div class="ExternalClassDF3881C515FF41379B947CFE9AF5EC08"><div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;">​​<a title="visit this site..." href="http://www.bbbscharlotte.org/"><strong>Big Brothers - Big Sisters</strong></a> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;"> <em>address:</em> 3801 E. Independence Blvd. Charlotte, NC 28202 <br> <em>phone:</em> 704-910-1301 ext. 1016​​ <br> <em>Description of Services:</em> Big Brothers Big Sisters is a youth mentoring organization. Big Brothers Big Sisters provides mentoring services for children from the ages of 5-18. <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;">​​<a title="visit this site..." href="http://www.salvationarmycarolinas.org/charlotte/programs/salvation-army-boys-and-girls-clubs"><strong>Boys and Girls Club of Greater Charlotte</strong></a> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;"> <em>phone:</em> 704-334-4731​​ <br> <em>Description of Services:</em> The Boys and Girls Club inspire and enable all young people, especially those from disadvantaged circumstances to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens. There are nine neighborhood clubs in the Charlotte area including; Belmont Avenue., Boulevard Homes, Dillehay Courts, Marsh Road, Milton Road, Tarlton Hills, Center of Hope on Spratt Street and the Davidson Club in Davidson, NC. <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;">​​<a title="visit this site..." href="http://palcharlotte.org/"><strong>Police Activities League (PAL)</strong></a> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;"> <em>address:</em> 1330 Spring Street Charlotte, NC 28206 <br> <em>phone:</em> 704-336-2105 <br> <em>Description of Services:</em> PAL is a youth crime prevention program that utilizes educational, athletic and recreational activities to create trust and understanding between police officers and youth. The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Athletic League mission is to provide opportunities for the youth of our community that foster their leadership and citizenship skills through athletics and academics. <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;">​​<a title="visit this site..." href="https://www.facebook.com/post.carolinas"><strong>Partners for Out of School Time - POST</strong></a> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;"> <em>address:</em> 217 S. Tryon Street, Suite 312 Charlotte, NC 28202 <br> <em>phone:</em> 704-376-1845 <br> <em>Description of Services:</em> The mission of Partners in Out-of-School Time (POST) is to ensure that all school-age children and youth in Mecklenburg County have access to high-quality programs, activities and opportunities when school is closed. "Out-of-School Time" refers to all of the hours before school, after school, teacher workdays, school holidays, weekends, and summers. Experiences that foster social, emotional, physical, moral and intellectual development are proven to be essential for children and youth to become capable and effective members of society. <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;">​​<a title="visit this site..." href="http://www.rightmovesforyouth.org/"><strong>Right Moves for Youth</strong></a> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;"> <em>address:</em> 1031 South Caldwell St., Suite 102 Charlotte, NC 28203 <br> <em>phone:</em> 704-377-4425 <br> <em>Description of Services:</em> Provides motivation for its school-based and neighborhood-based club members in grades 3-12 to succeed in school, improve their quality of life and become responsible members of society. <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;">​​<a title="visit this site..." href="http://www.urbanleaguecc.org/"><strong>Urban League</strong></a> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;"> <em>address:</em> 740 W. Fifth Street Charlotte, NC 28234 <br> <em>phone:</em> 704-373-5526 <br> <em>Description of Services:</em> The Urban League is a non-profit organization that works to empower all members of the community in areas such as home ownership, health, workforce & economic development, entrepreneurship, training & the achievement of our youth <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br>​</div>
Family Assistance Organizations<div class="ExternalClassA359DA1CE9F941C496C42D4B89D492F8"><div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;">​​<a title="visit this site..." href="http://www.achildsplace.org/"><strong>A Child's Place</strong></a> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;"> <em>address:</em> 601 E. 5th Street, Suite 130 Charlotte, NC 28202 <br> <em>phone:</em> 704-343-3792​​ <br> <em>Description of Services:</em> ACP works to provide a stable, appropriate education to homeless and at-risk students. ACP also provides support services to enhance their opportunities for academic success and provides services to families to ensure long term stability and self-sufficiency. <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;"><strong>Battered Woman's Shelter Hotline and Shelter</strong> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;"> <em>phone:</em> 704-332-2513​​ <br> <em>Description of Services:</em> The Battered Woman's Shelter provides emergency shelter, individual counseling, intimate partner domestic violence counseling and support and offers support groups for women and children. <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;">​​<a title="visit this site..." href="http://www.crisisassistance.org/"><strong>Crisis Assistance Ministry</strong></a> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;"> <em>address:</em> 500-A Spratt St. Charlotte NC 28206 <br> <em>phone:</em> 704-371-3000​​ <br> <em>Description of Services:</em> Emergency financial assistance for low income families, distributes donations of cash, clothing, furniture, financial planning for families to prevent financial emergencies and advocates for prevention of poverty. <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;"><strong>Charlotte Emergency Housing</strong> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;"> <em>address:</em> 2410 The Plaza Charlotte NC 28205 <br> <em>phone:</em> 704-335-5488​​ <br> <em>Description of Services:</em> Operates emergency housing shelter for homeless families and their children. <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;">​​<a title="visit this site..." href="http://www.cischarlotte.org/"><strong>Communities in Schools</strong></a> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;"> <em>address:</em> 601 E. 5th Street, Suite 300 Charlotte, NC 28202 <br> <em>phone:</em> 704-365-0601​​ <br> <em>Description of Services:</em> Communities in Schools (CIS) is a community based dropout prevention organization, helping young people to stay in school, successfully learn and prepare for life. CIS provides services and connects resources to more than 2,400 students in 25+ CMS public schools. Call to find out which schools they are involved in and who the site coordinator is. <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;">​​<a title="visit this site..." href="http://www.communitylink-nc.org/"><strong>Community Link</strong></a> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;"> <em>address:</em> 601 E 5th St., Suite 220 Charlotte, NC 28202 <br> <em>phone:</em> 704-943-9490 ​​ <br> <em>Description of Services:</em> To enable working poor individuals and families to obtain and sustain safe, decent and affordable housing. Community Link also provides other resources needed to move toward independence. <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;">​​<a title="visit this site..." href="http://www.thefamilycenter.net/"><strong>The Family Center</strong></a> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;"> <em>address:</em> 2200 E. 7th St., Charlotte, NC 28204 <br> <em>phone:</em> 704-367-7180​​ <br> <em>Description of Services:</em> The Family Center provides a wide range of child abuse and neglect prevention and treatment services including outpatient therapy with children and parents, parent education and in home support, community support and intensive in-home services for high risk families. There are also school-based services focused on prevention, intervention and strengthening families.<br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;">​​<a title="visit this site..." href="http://www.loavesandfishes.org/"><strong>Loaves and Fishes</strong></a> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;"> <em>address:</em> various locations <br> <em>phone:</em> 704-523-4333​​ <br> <em>Description of Services:</em> Loves and Fishes will provide one week's worth of groceries to families in crisis. Request for services can only be made by referral from a religious leader, social worker, fire or police employee. Families can only use the service once in the past 60 days. <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;">​​<a title="visit this site..." href="http://www.smartstartofmeck.org/"><strong>Smart Start</strong></a> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;"> <em>address:</em> 601 E. 5th St., Suite 500 Charlotte, NC 28202 <br> <em>phone:</em> 704-377-6588​​ <br> <em>Description of Services:</em> Smart Start of Mecklenburg County is a nonprofit organization that funds and provides oversight of health, family support and early care and education programs for children ages birth to five and their families. <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;">​​<a title="visit this site..." href="http://www.teenhealthconnection.org/"><strong>Teen Health Connection</strong></a> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;"> <em>address:</em> 251 Eastway Dr. Charlotte, NC 28213 <br> <em>phone:</em> 704-446-8336​​ <br> <em>Description of Services:</em> Teen Health Connection provides affordable medical and mental health services, community health education, advocacy and research for adolescents ages 11-21. The pediatric medical practice is located at 251 Eastway Dr. Health education programs are available to existing youth groups throughout the community. Advocacy is provided through partnerships with other agencies that serve youth. <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;">​​<a title="visit this site..." href="http://www.therelatives.org/"><strong>Youth Crisis Shelter (formerly The Relatives)</strong></a> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;"> <em>address:</em> 1100 East Blvd. Charlotte NC 28203 <br> <em>phone:</em> 704-377-0602 24 Hour Crisis Hotline ​​ <br> <em>Description of Services:</em> This is a walk-in emergency shelter with 9 beds offered for runaway, homeless and other youth in crisis from ages 7-17. The beds are available on a first come, first served basis. <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;">​​<a title="visit this site..." href="http://www.youthhomesinc.org/"><strong>Youth Homes, Inc.</strong></a> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;"> <em>address:</em> 601 E. 5th St., Suite 330 Charlotte, NC 28202 <br> <em>phone:</em> 704-334-9955 ​​ <br> <em>Description of Services:</em> Youth Homes Inc. is a fully accredited (COA) nonprofit child placement/adoption agency providing an array of community based services. YHI serves children who are involved in the Dept. of Juvenile Justice, Dept. of Social Services and Area Mental Health systems through specialized foster care, group care and in home supportive counseling and casework services. <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br> <div style="display:inline-block;"> ​<img alt="block" src="/CMPD/PublishingImages/sqr_grey.jpg" style="padding-right:13px;padding-left:7px;" />​<span style="line-height:1.7;">​​<a title="visit this site..." href="http://www.ywcacentralcarolinas.org/"><strong>YWCA Central Carolinas</strong></a> ​ <div style="margin-left:35px;"> <em>address:</em> 3420 Park Rd. Charlotte, NC 28209 <br> <em>phone:</em> 704-525-5770 ​​ <br> <em>Description of Services:</em> The YWCA currently provides educational programs and healthy activities for at-risk children and youth including 12 year-round after school programs; transitional housing and support services for homeless women; exercise and health programs for men, women and children of all fitness levels. In 2008 the YWCA will open "Families Together," a transitional housing program for homeless families with children.​ <br>​​​</div></span></div> <br> <br></div>