Are you a tenant facing eviction? Are you a landlord seeking rent or restitution for damages? Would you like to resolve your issues without court involvement?
Mediation is an informal process of dispute resolution where a neutral third party (the mediator) assists two or more parties in reaching a mutually acceptable resolution to their dispute. The ultimate decision-making authority rests with the parties themselves. The mediator is not a judge, lawyer or counselor; rather, the mediator is a skilled facilitator who assists in dispute resolution
We help North Carolinians live in safe and affordable homes
We handle cases involving self-help evictions (landlords trying to evict without going through a legal process), habitability (landlords failing to keep a property safe and in good repair), and evictions from mobile home lot tenancies.
Charlotte Center for Legal Advocacy helps people in the Charlotte, North Carolina, region who cannot afford legal services, but desperately need them. Without legal representation in civil matters, thousands of families can lose access to financial security, healthcare, housing and opportunity
For rental and utility assistance not due to a COVID-19 related financial hardship, Crisis Assistance Ministry may be able to help. They can be reached at 704-371-3001 or you can find additional information online by clicking the link below.
For Food and Nutrition Services (also known as SNAP or EBT), Medicaid, or other benefits, you can visit Mecklenburg County’s All Access Site by clicking the link below or by calling 704-336-3000
There is currently no waiting list for child care subsidy at Child Care Resources Inc. for children birth to preschool. Call 704-348-2181 to speak with a Child Care Search specialist to receive information, referrals, and more information about care subsidy. Click the link below to learn more.
Public Health’s WIC program provides basic nutrition services to eligible pregnant women, mothers, infants and children until age 5. You can make a WIC appointment online using the link below or by calling 704-336-6500
If you need to file for Child Support, you can call 704-432-9300, go online by clicking the link below or visit 5800 Executive Center Drive, Suite 200, Charlotte, NC 28212
For general health and human service information, call United Way at 211
** 1st come 1st served**
If you have been served an eviction notice and you have a court date within 90 days we have an additional option for you.
RAMP Specialists will be located in the Mecklenburg County Community Resource Center (3205 Freedom Drive, Suite 1000) starting December 1, 2021.
More details on the Rent FAQ page