CCT awarded $50,000 relief fund.

Thanks to United Way of Central Carolinas and the COVID-19 Relief Fund, CCT was awarded a generous $50,000 grant to support our clients and operations during the pandemic. These grant dollars will go towards funding increased staffing and food and supplies at our Center for Women. Our residents are now at the facility 24/7 due to the…

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Clients receive services and support during pandemic

From food and clothing referrals to telemedicine and medication management, Center for Community Transitions hasn’t let a global pandemic keep us from providing essential support and services to formerly incarcerated individuals.   “Our clients served their time and are now reentering a community filled with so many unknowns. Right now, they need our support more than…

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CCT + Wells Fargo Center for Community Engagement + Queens University = Dynamic and sustainable partnership

Thanks to our partnership with Wells Fargo Center for Community Engagement, students from Queens University got to see firsthand how incarceration affects mental health and learn how we work with the Charlotte prison system to offer services to formerly incarcerated individuals. The center aligns with the university’s strategic plan to ensure every student “engages in…

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