Healing Vine Harbor, Inc.

Year Founded
2013
EIN
46-2512680
Local Leader/Exec. Director
Tracey Questell
Primary Contact Name
Tracey Questell
Main Address

Healing Vine Harbor
5835 Executive Center Drive
Suite 101-I
Charlotte, NC 28212
United States

Healing Vine Harbor
8920 Lawyers Road, #690483
Charlotte, NC 28227
United States

What We Do

The mission of Healing Vine Harbor is to reduce the number of single women living in shelters or unsafe situations, providing a pathway out of poverty to ensure self-sufficiency. We transform lives one woman at a time through independent living skills such as financial literacy, educational preparation, employability readiness, mentoring and much more. Healing Vine Harbor (HVH) is a program for homeless or displaced young women (ages 18+) including girls that age out of foster care, who lack the necessary skills to be self-reliant. Because they lack the preparation or resources for the future, they end up in shelters, jail, or bounced around from place to place. We are here to help transform lives one woman at a time by empowering them through education, & life skills training. Through our T.E.A.C.H. (Transforming, Empowering And Creating Hope) program, we provide free monthly lunch and learn workshops that include but are not limited to self-esteem, resume writing and interviewing skills, nutrition, healthy relationships, etiquette, shopping and couponing, cooking, etc. We also provide individual mentoring and cultural enrichment. IMPACT OF COVID-19 SPECIAL NEEDS: We continue to need support for our homeless women. Please view our "wish list" on Amazon for additional items needed. We are also in need of monetary donations as well as volunteers to help us with grant writing. Because of the pandemic we are not receiving as many personal donations, therefore we are looking for other avenues, such as grants, to help us continue to provide services to our homeless ladies.

Interesting Info
  • The City of Charlotte has proclaimed April 1st as Healing Vine Harbor Day! Wells Fargo’s Duke Energy Center lights its building purple in our honor.
  • We provide "Healing Bags", a shopping experience via our "Healing Closet" for 300+ women annually & provide emergency financial help to keep them self-reliant.
  • Our ultimate goal is to open a Healing Vine Harbor Village to house, train, develop and prepare single homeless women to be independent citizens of society.
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Volunteer Opportunities

Board Member
Repeats daily for 365 times
Anytime

Website Development and/or Management
Repeats daily for 365 times
Anytime

Board Secretary
Repeats daily for 731 times
Anytime

Workshop Facilitator
Repeats daily for 259 times
Anytime

Vision board workshop
Pictures of ladies
Vision Board workshop
Help us House Homeless Women
Healthy Me 101 Workshop