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McCreesh Place, an apartment building on N. Davidson Street, was built in 2003 and houses 90 formerly homeless men and women. McCreesh Place was Charlotte’s first permanent supportive housing community.
SHC grew our program by purchasing St. Johns Place, a 32-unit apartment building which will create more affordable apartments for chronically homeless individuals and families living with disabilities.
SHC helps our residents find safe homes in the community. Due to negative or nonexistent rental histories, SHC advocates for our residents to landlords are willing to rent to our clients.
Have you come across a person who you believe is living outside with potential mental health issues? Let us know by filling out a form, and a PATH Outreach Team Member will seek out this person to learn more and increase his/her access to services.
96% of residents with a mental illness did not have to use emergency services for a mental health crisis in FY 2018-2019.
97% of residents remained in stable housing during FY 2018-2019.
92% of residents in recovery did not relapse during FY 2018-19.
Supportive housing is a best practice for serving chronically homeless individuals and families. Typically, residents who enter our programs never become homeless again. Last year, 96% of our residents maintained stable housing. Contribute to our mission to end chronic homeless by clicking on the button below.