Trained counselors conduct one-on-one assessments to uncover the concerns or struggles of individuals and families. Based on the assessment, information gathered by the counselor helps the Client Care Coodinator address the unique challenges of each individual or family.
The counselor analyzes the current financial situation of the individual or family in need and helps develop an action plan to maintain financial stability during their tough time.
This assistance helps meet the critical financial needs of families in areas such as rent, utilities, and other emergencies in an effort to stabilize families in their homes.
Our classes provide opportunities for individuals and families to further educate themselves in areas such as money management, spiritual growth, nutrition and healthy relationships.
The pantry provides both perishable and non-perishable food items, as well as personal care items and paper goods.
The bread program provides the avenue for weekly contact through the distribution of bread, fresh fruit, and vegetables donated by local businesses, farmers, Master Gardeners, and our Harvest for Real Life Fruit Orchard.
The clothing closet distributes “gently used” clothing for children and adults.
The center distributes basic household items.
We provide information on local employment opportunities and direction for resume preparation.
We connect individuals and families to appropriate resources available within the community.