Updated: Jul 26
Naturalize Charlotte has compiled resources to assist community members as COVID-19 poses a prevalent health concern.
Addressing COVID-19 as a Community...
Amidst these uncertain times, you may be wondering what measures health officials recommend and how COVID-19 is impacting naturalization-realted services from nonprofits and government agencies in Charlotte. Naturalize Charlotte is intent on carrying out its mission to inform and support Charlotte's international community as we address the challenges presented by COVID-19 together. With this aim in mind, we have compiled a repository of COVID-19 information and resources from the WHO, CDC, State of North Carolina, Mecklenburg County, City of Charlotte, and Naturalize Charlotte Member Organizations.
Information, government updates, and resources are summarized and linked below. In addition, we have listed the status of all Naturalize Charlotte Member Organizations since many offices in and around Charlotte are closing due to COVID-19.
Status of Naturalize Charlotte Member Organizations...
Catholic Charities Diocese of Charlotte: closed until further notice
Central Piedmont Community College: closed until further notice
International House: closed until further notice
Carolina Refugee Resettlement Agency: closed until further notice
OurBRIDGE: closed until CMS reopens
Latin American Coalition: closed until further notice
Southeast Asian Coalition: closed until further notice
Refugee Support Services: closed for indoor services,open Wednesdays from 10-11 AM for vegetable distribution
YMCA: reopening began June 4th
USCIS: reopening began June 4th