Survivor Resource Center

Located in Suite 530 of the Children & Family Services Center Building in Uptown Charlotte, the Survivor Resource Center offers a short-term, small-scale solution to the disjointed, often complicated process survivors of violence face when they seek help.

Mecklenburg County Community Support Services, Mecklenburg County Department of Social Services, the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department (CMPD)Pat's Place Child Advocacy Center, and Safe Alliance collaborate to determine the highest lethality cases on a referral-only basis for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and child maltreatment. The Survivor Resource Center provides "navigator staff" to guide survivors through the multi-step process.

The Survivor Resource Center is a temporary precursor for the highly anticipated Charlotte-Mecklenburg Family Justice Center, named The Umbrella Center. The Umbrella Center will be comprehensive in scope, offering a full range of services to survivors of domestic, child, sexual, and elder abuse as well as human trafficking. This center will serve as a walk-in center open to anyone who self-identifies as a survivor of abuse or victims who are referred.

The Survivor Resource Center represents a wide-ranging partnership among a variety of Charlotte-Mecklenburg agencies, including the following service providers:


On-Site Service Providers

Off-Site Service Providers


Atrium Health's Domestic Violence Project

Mecklenburg County Community Support Services

Charlotte Mecklenburg District Attorney's Office

Mecklenburg County Department of Social Services

Mecklenburg County District Court

Pat's Place Child Advocacy Center

Mecklenburg County Sheriff's Office

Safe Alliance

Funding Provided by On-Site Service Providers and:



In an emergency please dial 911

Call the Greater Charlotte Hope Line 24/7 for info on parenting, domestic violence and sexual assault 980.771.4673.

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