Monroe Homeless Shelters & Services For The Needy

Welcome to our Monroe, North Carolina Homeless Shelters and Services for the needy page. Below are all of the homeless shelters and services for the needy that provide help to those in need for Monroe, NC and surrounding cities.



We also provide other homeless resources such as transitional resources for the homeless. Homeless clinic and treatment center resources are also provided on the right navigational bar.

Many shelters also provide services such as alcohol and drug rehab treatment along with clinics. I try to provide as much information as possible on my details pages.



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Active Listings In Monroe North Carolina

Union County Community Shelter

Monroe, NC 28112
(704) 289-5300
Since 1984, the mission and purpose of UCCS has been to provide food and shelter to the hungry and homeless of Union County, North Carolina, and to provide programs to help the homeless achieve self-sufficiency. For individuals in need of support, UCCS offers services such as residential shelter, a
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Charlotte Emergency Housing

Charlotte, NC 28205
22.31 miles from city center Monroe
(704)335-5488
While we primarily serve single mothers with children, we are also one of the limited options for single fathers with children and two-parent families.Are You Eligible for Our Program?    Applicant must be a family unit (at least one adult age 18 or older with at lea
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Discovery Home Care Inc

Charlotte, NC 28273
22.32 miles from city center Monroe
980 201-9145
Discovery Home Care INC, a Youth Emergency Care Shelter located in Mecklenburg County, N.C, Gaston County, NC a non-profit organization, licensed by North Carolina Department of Health and Human Service, Division of Social Service, to provide emergency shelter care and Respite Care among other servi
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The Relatives, Inc.

Charlotte, NC 28203
22.48 miles from city center Monroe
704-377-0602
The Relatives is Mecklenburg County's only shelter for youth 7-17 who are homeless, have runaway, or are experiencing serious family conflict. The mission of The Relatives is to keep kids safe and families together. Founded in 1974, in the basement of the Dilworth United Methodist Church, The Rela
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Men's Shelter of Charlotte

Charlotte, NC 28206
23.26 miles from city center Monroe
704-334-3187
Open 24 hours a day, 365 days per year.MSC has two shelter locations, one on North Tryon Street, and the other on Statesville Avenue. We offer both emergency shelter and wrap-around supportive services to unaccompanied homeless men ages 18 and older. Individualized Service Plans are crea
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Urban Ministry Center

Charlotte, NC 28206
23.27 miles from city center Monroe
(704)347-0278
Emergency Shelter, Permanent Supportive Housing.Permanent Supportive HousingHousingWorksThrough our HousingWorks program,the Urban Ministry Center seeks to fulfill its mission of ending homelessness by giving the most vulnerable what they so desperately need: a home. HousingW
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The Citadel House TLH Emergency Shelter

Lancaster, SC 29720
23.49 miles from city center Monroe
(980) 328-2390
The Citadel House is a 90 day emergency shelter with supportive services for men in Lancaster County.The mission of the Citadel House is to provide homeless individuals and families with supportive services and tailored housing solutions with a goal of obtaining and maintaining employmen
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The Salvation Army Center of Hope Shelter

Charlotte, NC 28206
23.77 miles from city center Monroe
(704) 348-2560
Office hours: 8:30 AM to 6:00 PM (Monday thru Thursday); 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM (Fridays)When women and children have nowhere else to go, they can count on The Salvation Army Center of Hope. Located two miles north of Uptown Charlotte, the Center of Hope sleeps an average of 300 women and ch
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Harvest Center

Charlotte, NC 28297
24.40 miles from city center Monroe
(704) 335-1616
The Ideal Candidate for Our Transformation Program:Affected by homelessness, poverty, and/or unemploymentSingle adults, 18 years of age, and older, in transitionNo custodial obligation to a dependentFree/clean of impairing substancesWillingness to remain unemployed for
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My Sister's House

Charlotte, NC 28216
26.48 miles from city center Monroe
704-200-2807
Transitional Living Center for Women. Mission To stabilize and strengthen our sisters through counseling, stability in living arrangements, and education as we guide them on the path to self reliance.
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Hoskins Park Ministries

Charlotte, NC 28104
26.66 miles from city center Monroe
704-391-3303
Hoskins Park Ministries (HPM) is a Christian ministry whose primary purpose is to share the love of Christ with the poor and homeless by providing transitional housing facilities, clothing, food and other necessary support to those in need while adhering to the call of the Bible for Christians to ma
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Community Inn

Albemarle, NC 28001
31.62 miles from city center Monroe
704-982-6454
Emergency overnight shelter open to any Stanly County resident in need of temporary shelter. Opens at 6pm nightly, 7 days a week, and closes at 7 am.
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