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Rose's Health and Home Program is a NC chartered and IRS approved 501c(3) non-profit Public Charity organization dedicated to providing sustainable, affordable housing with supportive services for the homeless and those who are at risk of becoming homeless.  



Our mission is to promote safe, healthy and nurturing home environments for individuals who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless



Over 30,000 adults in Charlotte are unable to find affordable housing. Many of these individuals are skilled professionals such as teachers, firemen, police and retail workers. For veterans, many of whom are physically or mentally disabled finding an affordable home with access to necessary services such as health care and healthy foods can be challenging. Young adults such as children aging out of foster care do not have the necessary skills or financial background to secure a home in the tight housing market.

The Need for Affordable Homes in Charlotte

In Charlotte homeless individuals live in deplorable conditions such as bus stations, outside of houses of worship and businesses. During the COVID epidemic in 2020, homeless individuals in Charlotte lived in tent cities infested with insects and rodents until they were rescued and placed in vacant motel rooms temporarily. Now that the COVID is abating many of these residents are now being forced back into the streets. We believe a safe place to live should be a human right.

The price of homes and rents in Charlotte have been skyrocketing in the past two years. At the same time the Charlotte population has been growing rapidly which is making it even more difficult for low and middle income individuals to find a place to live. For young adults, it is even more difficult because for the most part they have limited or no credit and employment history which make it almost impossible for them to find a place to live.
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