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We desire to lift you and your family up in prayer, during the COVID-19 crisis.

In these uncertain times, The Salvation Army of Greater Charlotte wants to walk with you. Do you have an urgent need for prayer? Please submit your prayer requests and know that we will pray for you consistently during this time.

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Find Hope in Times of Need

The Salvation Army is here for you with our emotional and spiritual care hotline at 1-844-458-HOPE (4673). Talk to someone 7 days a week from 9am-9pm. If you need some encouragement, call 1-844-830-1865 any time of day to hear a message of love, light, and truth.

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Are you in need of housing or other emergency services? We want to connect you to resources to help. Please call 2-1-1 for access to someone who can talk to you about all the options available in your specific situation.

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Talking to Your Kids about COVID-19

In times of uncertainty, it is very important to reassure the children in your life and thoughtfully talk to them about what is going on.

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As the number of COVID-19 cases continue to rise in Mecklenburg County, the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Emergency Management Office has announced a Stay At Home Order for all county residents. The order will remain in effect until April 16, 2020.


  • Go to the grocery, convenience or warehouse store
  • Go to the pharmacy to pick up medications and other healthcare necessities
  • Visiting a health care professional for medical services that cannot be provided virtually (call first)
  • Go to a restaurant for take-out, delivery or drive-thru
  • Care for or support a friend or family member
  • Take a walk, ride your bike, hike, jog and be in nature for exercise – just keep at least six feet between you and others
  • Walk your pets and take them to veterinarian if necessary
  • Help someone to get necessary supplies
  • Receive deliveries from any business which delivers


  • Go to work unless you are providing essential services as defined by this Order
  • Visit friends and family if there is no urgent need • Maintain less than 6 feet of distance from others when you go out
  • Visit loved ones in the hospital, nursing home, skilled nursing facility or other residential care facility, except for limited exceptions as provided on the facility websites
  • Travel except for essential travel and activities

What is the difference between “Stay at Home” and “social distancing”? Stay at home is a stricter form of social distancing. Stay at home means:

  • Stay home (stay unexposed and do not expose others)
  • Only go out for essential services
  • Stay 6 feet or more away from others
  • Don’t gather in groups

The Salvation Army is helping those affected by COVID-19 nationwide

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