CHARLOTTE, N.C. (WBTV) – For 18 years, the Samaritan House in Charlotte has been a place for those who are homeless to stay after a hospital visit.

As of April 2023, the non-profit is temporarily closed.

Rodney Tucker, the executive director at Samaritan House, is hoping the closure doesn’t become permanent.

“It’s been awful being closed. We’re averaging probably 10 to 15 calls per day of folks that are looking for housing or social workers that are looking for housing for folks that are in the hospital. It’s just sad having to say no over and over again,” Tucker said.


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