Camino Community Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization focused on equipping all people to live healthy, hopeful, and productive lives. Since 2003, Camino has served low-income families in the... Learn more »
We provide various construction craft training and fiber optic technician training as well as professional counseling to aide students in psychological health and wellness.
Dormitory housing is... Learn more »
Healing Vine Harbor (HVH) is an independent living skills program for homeless or displaced young women (ages 18+) who lack the necessary skills to be self-sufficient. Because they lack the... Learn more »
Anuvia Prevention and Recovery Center is a nonprofit substance use disorder treatment and prevention facility in Charlotte, NC, that was founded by the Mecklenburg ABC Board in 1958.
Anuvia is CARF-... Learn more »
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RunningWorks utilizes a step by step team-oriented process that helps men, women and children overcome poverty, homelessness and addiction.
The biggest problem homeless... Learn more »
Our mission is to provide high quality art programs, tailored to specific needs for personal growth in areas with little to no access to the arts.
We are a nonprofit that provides art, music and... Learn more »
Established in 2013, the Steve Smith Family Foundation is dedicated to providing hope and inspiration to those in need and advancing causes that are close to the heart of the founder’s family,... Learn more »
Nearly 1 in 7 US kids and teens has a mental health condition, and half go untreated, report a study by JAMA Pediatrics.
Trauma and abuse can seriously damage a child during their critical formative... Learn more »
First Responders 1st provides a ministry of emotional and spiritual support to first responders, strengthening their personal well-being for work and life.
First Responders 1st comes alongside our... Learn more »
Serving the community since 1949. We are dedicated to providing help to those in need, hope to those in despair and inspiration for others to follow. Our focus is on the displaced and less fortunate.
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Promise Resource Network is a grassroots non-profit organization that uses the voice, experience and resilience of people who have overcome trauma, mental health and substance use challenges, as well... Learn more »
Brave Step empowers individuals who have been impacted by sexual abuse. To shape a strong, supportive community, we:
• Provide personalized services that help adults impacted by sexual abuse reclaim... Learn more »
Sanctuary Counseling Group is a non-profit center dedicated to healing the heart, mind, and soul. We strive to provide exceptional emotional, spiritual, and relational health care to all people.
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Our mission is to promote health and hope for tomorrow's children by providing comprehensive health, educational and social services for single pregnant and non-pregnant adolescents, women and their... Learn more »
Psychology for All is committed to improving the mental health of Charlotte area residents by opening the door to emotional well-being through psychotherapy scholarships in order to positively change... Learn more »
HopeWay's mission is to make HOPE tangible by inspiring mental wellness for all. We fill the gap in mental healthcare by caring for adults, 18 and older, as they navigate the transition from... Learn more »
Our mission is to promote mental wellness through advocacy, prevention and education in Mecklenburg and Cabarrus Counties. We advocate for access to mental health services and policy change, leading... Learn more »
Since 2003, InnerVision has been the region's leader in service to individuals with trauma, addictions and mental health challenges. We use a comprehensive “one stop” approach to offer veterans and... Learn more »
The USO of NC strengthens America’s military service members by keeping them connected to family, home & country; offering education, wellness, transition assistance & resiliency programs.... Learn more »
ECAC is dedicated to empowering families and improving lives, particularly for North Carolina families raising children ages 0 to 26 with disabilities. We are an organization by parents for parents.
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