Resources for Veterans and their Families

Mecklenburg County Veterans Services

The Mecklenburg County Community Support Services Veterans Services Division is open 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday to provide service to clients on a walk-in basis. ​Our main office is located on the 2nd floor of the Hal Marshall County Services Center at 700 N. Tryon Street in Charlotte. We invite you​ to come into the office and speak with one of our certified veterans services officers.

(704) 336-2102

Mecklenburg County Veterans Services


Veterans Bridge Home

VBH works with Veterans and their families to identify and prioritize their goals, then educates them on the resources available to reach those goals before finally connecting them to community resources, as well as other Veterans, to create a holistic network of support.

(704) 332-8802

Veterans Bridge Home


The Salvation Army

Shelter Care for Homeless Veterans: Providing resources for veterans and families

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has selected The Salvation Army as a contractor to provide temporary residential housing and supportive services to homeless veterans and their families. A special wing of the Center of Hope shelter has been reserved for this unique program, and partners such as Charlotte Bridge Home are helping us to provide veterans the resources and support they deserve to live independently and fully.

The Salvation Army Center of Hope


National Coalition for Homeless Veterans

Mission: The National Coalition for Homeless Veterans (NCHV) will end homelessness among veterans by shaping public policy, promoting collaboration, and building the capacity of service providers.

National Coalition for Homeless Veterans
1730 M Street NW
Suite 705
Washington, DC 20036

Phone: 202-546-1969
Toll-free phone: 800-VET-HELP

Veteran in crisis? Dial 877-424-3838 for 24/7 assistance.

National Coalition for Homeless Veterans


Department of Military and Veterans Affairs

DMVA has a devoted team of professionals committed to ensuring that all those who served –and their loved ones –are made aware of and maximize all the benefits and resources available.  DMVA has qualified benefits specialists in 12 offices throughout the state, an established relationship with County Veterans Officers which are in most counties in the state, and an established relationship with the Federal Department of Veterans Affairs.  We work to ensure that veterans are appropriately served.

Charlotte VSC
(704) 563-2037
5500 Executive Center Drive, Suite 132
Charlotte, NC 28212

Please visit website for other office locations.

DMVA: Benefits and Claims



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