Moore Place

A walkthrough of Moore Place, Charlotte's first real solution to homelessness.

Moore Place

Opened on January 29, 2012, Moore Place was the first permanent supportive housing solution in Charlotte to house chronically homeless men and women directly from street to home using the Housing First philosophy. It was a four-year community effort to build and is named in honor of Denver Moore (Same Kind of Different as Me) and John and Pat Moore, community philanthropists who provided the first funding for the pilot program Homeless to Homes started by the Urban Ministry Center. Moore Place currently houses 120 residents and UMC has housed more than 500 chronically homeless men and women since 2012.

About The Urban Ministry Center

The Urban Ministry Center is an interfaith orginization dedicated to bringing the community together to end homelessness, one life at a time.

  • To learn about the Urban Ministry CenterĀ click here
  • To learn about their permanent supportive housing programĀ click here
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Kathy with current residents of Moore Place.

Solomon Agunbiade

MOORE PLACE RESIDENT

Solomon Agunbiade, a resident of Moore Place in Charlotte, NC, shares how the counseling and housing he received through Urban Ministry Center has changed his life and his dreams for the future.