CCS School Social Work Team
Looking for Resources?
CCS has compiled a list of critical community resources listed below. This list includes contact information for community programs/resources that are available to assist residents with food, housing, crisis assistance and more. **Please note all resources listed below may be subject to changes in hours and varying restrictions based on COVID-19. For specific information, please contact the invididual agency for more information.
CCS School Nutrition Program will begin delivering meals via bus routes on Tuesday, January 26th. Click here for a current list of curbside sites and bus routes. CCS students can access any school site on the list, regardless of their school of attendance. Children ages 1-18 can be served. Children do not have to be enrolled in a Cabarrus County school to participate.
**Please remember to fill out a Free & Reduced Lunch Application for the 20-21' school year. You can access that application here.
Info about P-EBT Card - where to call with questions, click here
For Free Local Food Resources, text FOODNC to 877-877; you will receive a text back with locations and serving times. For information in Spanish, text COMIDA to 877-877
Families in NC that receive EBT or WIC AND have a Food Lion MVP card can call 877-490-6642. State you are interested in the Healthy Helping program. That will add a $40 voucher to purchase Fruits and Vegetables to their MVP cards for the months of August, September, & October 2020
For more information, click here
Drive-Thru Food Distribution on Wednesdays from 10-12 at 192 Tournament Drive SW, Concord. Must be a resident of Cabarrus County and meet the income requirements of their program.
Living Faith Church
Food pantry open every other Saturday from 11am-1pm. Anyone welcome.
3251 Rock Hill Church Rd, Concord, NC 28027
Any day of the week between 11 and 1pm, a child ages 1-18 can get a free meal, no purchase necessary. Available until 8/31/20.
1349 Copperfied Blvd.
Corner Field Market
Located inside the Cabarrus Dream Center at 280 Concord Pkwy S. Suite 110. They are offering a drive-thru food distribution on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1-4:30 pm. No sign up needed. The car line starts at 12 and starts to the left of Big Lots and wraps around the back of the building.
CCM Crisis Center Food Pantry 704-786-4709
246 Country Club Dr, Concord
Monday through Friday, 10-1 pm
Clients must be a resident of Cabarrus County
Clients can access the crisis center food pantry on a monthly basis
CCM will need to know gross monthly income, last 4 digits of Social Security, address, and answer a few questions. It is based on income.
Volunteers picking up for families: Please bring a letter, stating who the volunteer is and who they are picking up for, with signatures, the address and the information listed above.
Cupboard of Love Food Pantry 704-782-1423
Westford United Methodist Church
273 Hwy 49 South, Concord
Sat only 9am – 12 pm (limited to 30 families or 12noon, whichever comes first)
Must bring ID and proof of residency
Serving Concord and Harrisburg
North Kannapolis Baptist Church Food Pantry 704-933-2125
312 Locust St. Kannapolis
*Drive-Thru only due to COVID-19 resrictions*
Wednesday 9:30am – 11am
Must bring ID
Serving Rowan and Cabarrus Counties
Kannapolis Food Pantry / Clothes Closet 704-933-2631
West Point Baptist Church
1100 Pine St, Kannapolis
Sat 9am – 11:30 am
Must bring ID and proof of residency
Serving Kannapolis residents
Feed the Souls Pantry 704-888-2653
Bethel United Methodist Church
12700 Idlebrook Rd, Midland
2nd Saturday of the month - 9am-12pm
Must Bring ID – Serving Cabarrus County
New Life Baptist Blessings Box 704-782-6215
1281 Biscayne Dr, Concord
* Their food pantry is not currently open due to COVID HOWEVER they have a Blessings Box outside the church that families can access if needed.
Blessings Box outside Fire Station #5
Pitts School Road
4100 Johnston Oehler Rd Charlotte, NC 28269
Thursdays from 4pm-7pm
Everyone is welcomed
Harrisburg Food Pantry at Rock River Presbyterian Church
7940 Rocky River Road Concord, NC 28025
Mondays from 9:00 to 12:15
Families can come every 4 weeksThe person picking up will need to sign a waiver (since the fresh food is a day or to out of date) not to hold the pantry liable.Must give names, address and age of any member of the household (these are used to inform Second Harvest of the population being served, it also determines what we are able to buy from their warehouse on a monthly bases)All information is confidential.
Samaritan’s Table- Free Dinner
Supper is provided and served by a variety of Kannapolis area churches, businesses, and civic organizations. During COVID, supper is served in to-go containers, drive-through style between 5:15-6:00 p.m. All are welcome. No questions are asked and no forms to fill out. You and your family are invited to join us for a free meal Wednesdays and Thursdays, at the following locations:
- Wednesdays: Trinity United Methodist – 416 East 1st Street, Kannapolis
- Thursdays: Kimball Memorial Lutheran – 101 Vance Street, Kannapolis
Department of Human Services-Cabarrus County DHS
13030 S. Cannon Blvd, Concord NC; 704-920-1400
A quick and easy way to apply for benefits
Find Help North Carolina 2-1-1
Call, text, or chat with your local 211 to speak with a community resource specialist in your area who will help you find services and resources that are available to you.
Dial 2-1-1, or 1-888-892-1162.
Please click on the link below to see information provided by our Cabarrus County Schools Technology Department, including CCS Wi-fi Bus Locations.
Parents can go to Lifelinesupport.org and apply. If a family is approved, they will get an ID number that they then give to Windstream/Kinetic (1-800-347-1991)
- Activation Fee will be waived
- The first two months are free
- After the intial free two months, $14.99 a month for 25 Mbps
Local Childcare Facilities currently open for non school age children, for a list click the link below
Care for School Age Children, for a list click the link below
Child care services in Mecklenburg County
216 Patterson Ave., Concord NC; 704-782-7822; crisis assitance and casework with emergency needs (lodging, food, rent, utilties, etc.)
Cooperative Christian Ministry (CCM)
246 Country Club dr., Concord NC; 704-786-4709 (main number); crisis assistance offered, transitional housing program (this is not emergency housing)
Mobile testing for COVID-19 (Concord locations)
Cabarrus Health Alliance-Public Health Department
300 Mooresville Rd., Kannapolis; 704-920-1000; https://www.cabarrushealth.org/
Cabarrus Rowan Community Health Centers (CRCHC)
A non-profit that strives to provide safe, quality, affordable, effective, and comprehensive health services to the citizens of Cabarrus and Rowan counties of North Carolina.
See website for a list of clinic locations.
Call 704-792-2242 or visit https://www.crchc.org/
920 Church St N., Concord; 704-403-3000; Provides inpatient and outpatient hospital care
ASK FIRST 704-783-1275 is a free service to access health information, doctors, etc.
North Carolina COVID-19 Hotline
Cardinal Innovations Healthcare Solutions
Dial **ASK(275) if you are experiencing a mental health crisis and need someone to connect you to the right help
24 hr Access/Crisis hotline 1-800-939-5911
Atrium Behavioral Health
24 hr Crisis Assistance 1-800-418-2065
Novant Behavioral Health
24 hr Access Line 1-800-786-1585
Daymark Recovery Services
284 Executive Park Dr., Suite 100, Concord; 704-939-1100
Mobile Crisis 704-635-8082
Click here for more information regarding filing for unemployment
Domestic Violence Resources
24 hr hotline 704-788-2826
North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence - NCCADV
Hispanic ResourcesEsta página de Facebook proporcionará acceso a eventos y recursos comunitarios
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline - 1-800-273-8255, www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org
SAMHSA's National Helpline (Mental and/or Substance Use Disorders) - 1-800-662-HELP, www.samhsa.gov/find-help/national-helpline
Disaster Distress Helpline - 1-800-985-5990, www.samhsa.gov/find-help/disaster-distress-helpline
National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-SAFE, Text: LOVEIS to 22522
Summer Camp Information
Why do schools need school social workers?
Children today are increasingly victims of many social forces that negatively
affect their role as students. The family is in a state of change and until it
becomes stabilized, in whatever form, children's unmet physical and emotional
needs will continue to interfere with their ability to learn and adjust in school.
(School Social Work Association of America)
NC School Social Work Vision Statement
To create nurturing relationships with students that embrace students' academic achievement and personal success as globally
productive citizens in the 21st century. We utilize leadership, advocacy and collaboration to promote overall academic success by
providing services that strengthen home, school and community partnerships and alleviate barriers to learning.
SSW Colleagues (past & present)
Promoting Positive Change
School Social Work Association of America
For those who do not feel heard...school social workers listen.
For those who have unmet needs...school social workers advocate.
For those who feel marginalized...school social workers empower.
School Social Workers make positive change!
CCS Social Work
Amy Jewell, LCSW
School Social Work & Mental Health Coordinator
CCS Education Center
4401 Old Airport Rd.
Concord, NC 28025