Mecklenburg County and several community organizations are proposing several programs to help address homelessness throughout the County.
On Sept. 24, Mecklenburg County Community Support Services, Foundation for the Carolinas and The Men’s Shelter/Urban Ministry Center presented three proposals during the Board of County Commissioners’ Budget and Public Policy Workshop. These proposals are for new programs to house families, single men and women, and young adults experiencing homelessness and survivors of domestic violence.
Here is an overview of the proposals:
A Way Home “MeckHome” Proposal
Link Housing Proposal
Participants will move into a “Link” apartment (Transitional Housing) and receive assistance to obtain permanent, subsidized housing.
This program will target tenants from Men’s Shelter of Charlotte and Salvation Army Center of Hope. Community Support Services DV Rapid Rehousing Program Proposal
To view the presentation slides, click here.
To watch video from the meeting, click here.
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