The Family Resource Center serves all Central Piedmont Community College students, including those who are parents or caregivers. We support you by providing the resources you may need to have a successful college experience.
Child Care Assistance Grant
The Child Care Assistance Grant can help you with your child care needs by reimbursing you for a portion of your daycare and babysitting costs.
Samaritan House provides short term recuperative care to homeless men and women after a hospital or emergency room stay.
Second Harvest Food Bank of Metrolina aims to end hunger in 16 counties by distributing food to over 500 agencies, such as soup kitchens, emergency shelters, group homes, food pantries, and low income daycares.
Charlotte Rescue Mission provides a free, 90 day residential recovery program to predominately homeless men and women addicted to drugs and or alcohol. Through their programs, clients receive: food, clothing, lodging; individual and group counseling; addiction education; worship services; life skills training; family education and services; and an opportunity for GED completion.
The Relatives works to keep kids safe, families together, and to prepare youth and young adults to be healthy, productive, and engaged members of the community.
A Child’s Place works in collaboration with Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools to provide education and support services and to advocate for children and their families who are homeless or at-risk of being homeless.
Pat's Place coordinates the investigation, prosecution, and treatment of the most severe cases of child abuse in Mecklenburg County, including sexually abuse, severe physical abuse, or those who have witnessed a violent crime.
Alexander Youth Network provides quality professional treatment to children with serious emotional and behavioral problems. They deliver an effective and efficient array of services, enabling children and their families to exercise self-determination, achieve their potential, and become positive contributors to society.
Smart Start of Mecklenburg County Reach Out and Read ensures that all children enter school healthy and ready to succeed by funding over 30 programs in early childhood education, health, and family support. Through the Reach Out and Read program, young children are given a foundation for success by incorporating books into pediatric care and encouraging families to read aloud together.
Trusted Parents offers support to individuals and the parents/caregivers of those living with physical, neurological, and sensory disabilities. They are passionate about providing long-term solutions, developing skills, accessing resources, hosting educational workshops, support groups, and family friendly events.
Beds for Kids aims to provide a bed and other essential furniture to every child and family in need in Charlotte.
Phone: 980.422.1192, ext. 403
Child and Family Development provides comprehensive, integrated, and quality service to children, adolescents, young adults, and families. They offer rich expertise in many areas, including Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Speech Therapy, as well as educational and psychological assessment and support.
Genesis Project 1, Inc. is committed to the development of programs that address the factors that perpetuate poverty, addiction, oppression, and abuse.
Bright Blessings aims to bring joy, care, and hope to homeless and impoverished children by mobilizing community volunteers of all ages. Their services impact over 4,000 local children every year through the following programs: Bless-a-Birthday, Bless-a-Baby, Gift of Literacy, and Gift of Care.
Trips for Kids Charlotte provides outdoor outings, community service, and educational opportunities for kids who do not have access to these types of activities within their communities or environments.
KIPP Charlotte is a tuition-free, open-enrollment, college preparatory public school serving 360 students in grades five through eight. KIPP Charlotte serves communities that are traditionally underserved and marginalized in education.