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Ada Jenkins Center* - $30,000Family stability, education, & financial management for economically vulnerable residents.
ASPIRE Community Capital - $90,00012-Week business academy that offers support for entrepreneurs in underserved communities.
Best Buddies International - $60,000 Works to reduce the isolation and victimization of youth with intellectual developmental disabilities (IDD) and improve their overall wellness and integration into their community. Camino Community Development - $178,000 Bilingual behavioral and mental health services for low income, uninsured Hispanic/Latino populations.
Care Ring - $75,000Provides preventative care to immigrant populations in Mecklenburg County that are often unfamiliar with the health care system and have limited English proficiency.
Charlotte Rescue Mission* - $75,000Comprehensive substance use recovery services. Common Wealth Charlotte - $50,000 Provides a financial empowerment workshop, a credit seminar, connection to a credit union, advanced financial counseling, and credit and opportunity builder loans to residents in Mecklenburg County who earn less than 35% AMI. Hope Haven, Inc.* - $50,000Therapeutic services for the children of parents who are struggling with substance abuse. Jewish Family Services* - $40,635Support for Jewish seniors living with financial insecurity. Mental Health America of Central Carolinas - $180,113 Community education/outreach on mental health and social support for adults with mental illness.My Brother's Keeper* - $50,000Support system for young boys and men of color. Prospera North Carolina, LLC. - $75,000 Provides bilingual assistance to Hispanic entrepreneurs. RAIN Inc. – $72,555Provides HIV testing and connects individuals with HIV or at risk of HIV to medical care (case management or PrEP) and retention services.
Special Olympics North Carolina - $40,000 Provides inclusion programming for the vulnerable population of people with intellectual disabilities. Programming will include physical activity through 19 sports, access to health screenings, and health education.
Time Out Youth Center - $30,000 Housing & case management to prevent homelessness for youth 18-24 who identify as LGBTQ
Young Black Leadership Alliance - $150,000Programming focused on economic mobility for underserved students including college/career readiness, financial literacy, & ACT/SAT prep.
Youth Advocate Programs, Inc.* - $600,000Services for high-risk youth and families involved in the child welfare and/or juvenile justice systems.
* = Newly funded CSG for FY2022.
Mecklenburg County Public Health encourages all eligible residents ages 12 and older to get a free COVID-19 vaccination.