Human Services & Consulting Agency

Davidson County Transitional Services, Incorporated is an exempt organization as defined in Section 501(c)(3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code. Accordingly, donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowable by the law in your particular jurisdiction. DCTS reserves the right to use donations where they are most needed within the agency. 

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100% of all of DCTS donations go directly towards programming and educational services  No donation is too big or small. We greatly appreciate your support, and so do the thousands of individuals & families DCTS helps yearly. Help us Break the Cycle of destructive behaviors by Targeting the Bulls-eye of Everyday Problems and making a Sec2ND Chances possible for those who need to REBUILD  their lives. 

DCTS would like to thank our supporters for helping us make a difference in the lives of families and children, as well as victims of abuse, including sexual assault, alcohol and substance abuse, at-risk youth and adults. We could not do it without the community support.  

Our Donors

DCTS welcomes all donations (food, clothing, personal care products, etc.) but asks you to consider making a financial contribution that can go even further to help the many men, women, and children that  DCTS work with daily.

Your financial contribution to DCTS will help us raise the needed funds to continue to assist those who are homeless due to abuse, or at-risk youth would do not have shelter, food, or clothing.

Provide free, confidential, safe housing Food, shelter, clothes, and shoes, and bus passes for victims of domestic abuse.
Provide care packages  

Help families with legal issues that arise due to domestic violence  
Ensure that every person enjoys safety and liberty from domestic abuse
Help end abuse of many forms against men,
women, and children 



 DCTS is registered and licensed within the State of North Carolina.

We are in complete compliance with all  Federal, State, and local regulations.