Charlotte Family Housing (CFH) is a shelter-to-housing program for working families experiencing homelessness. The program assists working mothers and fathers who serve as cashiers, bank tellers, teachers, childcare attendants, food service employees, bus drivers, and home health care providers in the community. Charlotte Family Housing’s objective is to help working families suffering from homelessness achieve long-term self-sufficiency through shelter, housing, social services, and advocacy. The program implements an empowerment-driven approach to produce healthy, measurable, and long-term results. In addition to offering access to youth enrichment programs, CFH also offers supportive programming. With the help of its programs, students gain academic and practical skills, giving future generations the means to succeed. The organization aims to implement evidence-based measures such as a two-generation approach, trauma-informed care, and Triple P parenting training. CFH evaluates admission for justice involving individuals on a case-by-case basis. For more information, contact Charlotte Family Housing directly using the information on this page.