Alexander Youth Network
address: 6220 Thermal Rd. Charlotte, NC 28222
Description of Services: Alexander Youth Network provides an array of services to treat children with, or at risk for, serious emotional disturbance. Services include day treatment, foster care, adoption counseling, community-based services and shelter for children in crisis along with mentoring for children involved with the juvenile justice system.
Behavioral Health Center - CMC Randolph
address: 501 Billingsley Rd. Charlotte, NC 28211
phone: 704-336-6404 Area Mental Health
704-358-2800 Mental Health Emergencies - Suicide/Crisis Line
Description of Services: BHC/CMC Randolph offers services for children and adults in the areas of mental illness, developmental disability, and substance abuse..
Anuvia Prevention and Recovery Center
address: 100 Billingsley Rd. Charlotte, NC 28211
Description of Services: The CDC is a private non-profit organization that promotes wellness in our community by providing compassionate treatment and prevention services to impact the disease of addiction.
Child Development - Community Policing Program (CD-CP)
address: 3500 Ellington St. Charlotte, NC 28211
Program Director: Stacey Butler
Description of Services: The CD-CP program provides crisis intervention services to children who witness or are a victim of violence. CD-CP is a partnership with the Mecklenburg County Provided Services Organization and CMPD. CD-CP currently serves all patrol divisions. Police Officers in these divisions will make referrals on appropriate cases.
Domestic Violence Hotline
Description of Services: 24 hour listening line and referral source for victims of domestic violence.
Eckerd Youth Alternatives
Description of Services: The North Carolina Eckerd Wilderness Camps serve boys and girls, ages 10 through 17, with behavioral problems. The camps are year-round, staff-secure, residential therapeutic programs, providing an alternative to more restrictive programs.
address: 1320 Harding Place Charlotte, NC 28204
Description of Services: Kinder Mourn exists to provide a safe haven for families whose lives have been shattered by the death of a child. In addition to services for bereaved parents, Kinder Mourn assists children and young people who are grieving the death of a family member or friend. Kinder Mourn's professional grief facilitators provide individual and group counseling at the KM Home, in designated schools and neighborhood community centers.
National Gay/Lesbian Youth Hotline
phone: 1-800-347-TEEN (8336)
Description of Services: Listening line and referral source for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth. Hours 5:00-9:00 pm Monday thru Friday.
North Carolina Department of Crime Control and Public Safety Compensation Services
address: 4703 Mail Service Center Raleigh, NC 27699-4703
phone: 1-800-826-6200 (in NC or 919-733-7974)
Description of Services: The Dept. of Crime Control and Public Safety's Compensation Services reimburses citizens who suffer medical expenses and lost wages as a result of being an innocent victim of a crime committed in North Carolina. Victims of rape, assault, child sexual abuse, domestic violence and drunk driving as well as the families of homicide victims are eligible to apply for financial help.
North Carolina Victim Assistance Network (NCVAN)
address: 410 Morrison St. Raleigh, NC 27601-1558
Description of Services: NCVAN promotes the rights and needs of crime victims by educating citizens and public policy leaders about the devastating impact that crime has on our society.
NOVA (New Options for Violent Actions)
address: 3623 Latrobe Dr., Suite 107 Charlotte, NC 28211
Description of Services: NOVA is a year long psycho-educational program divided into two phases. Phase One is comprised of 26 weekly group sessions. Upon successful completion of Phase One, participants transition into a mandatory Phase Two. Phase Two is comprised of 6 monthly aftercare group sessions. All group sessions are led by male and female co-facilitators.
Rape Crisis Assistance Hotline
address: 601 E. 5th St., Suite 400 Charlotte, NC 28202
phone: 704-375-9900 (24 hours)
Description of Services: 24-hour hotline and hospital accompaniment for victims of sexual assault, accompaniment to police interviews or meetings with district attorney, assistance with victim compensation, counseling for children who have been sexually abused and their families.
RAINN - Rape Abuse Incest National Network
phone: 1-800-656-HOPE (4673)
Description of Services: 24 hour listening line and referral source for victims of rape, abuse or incest.
Description of Services: 24 hour listening line. Teens can listen to pre-recorded messages on a variety of issues including drug use, sexuality, depression, family concerns, relationships, etc.
Description of Services: This is a 24-hour, 7-day-a-week crisis line for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth in the nation. Affiliated with the Suicide Hotline to provide emergency services to youth in need.
United Family Services
address: 601 E. 5th., Suite 400 Charlotte, NC 28202
704-375-9900 Rape Crisis Assistance 24 hours
Description of Services: UFS offers; individual, marital, and family counseling along with anger management, crisis intervention and advocacy, consumer credit counseling, housing counseling, domestic violence services, rape crisis, and employee assistance counseling.
Women's Commission/H.E.R.O. Program (Help, Encouragement and Recognition of Observers of Domestic Violence)
address: 700 N. Tryon St. Charlotte, NC 28202
Description of Services: The Women's Commission offers counseling for adults and children as well as a job bank and legal clinics.