We believe that delivering compassionate care means we that we give unconditional positive regard to each and every individual we encounter.
We have four phone lines associated with Crisis Intervention and Prevention. These lines are answered by our crisis counselors. These individuals have been specifically trained to help our callers get the assistance needed to move forward.
When you call on the services of the Crisis Center, you will be met with empathy. Crisis is personally defined, which means that you get to decide when you need help. Our staff is non-judgmental and is available to you by phone 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days per year. If we do not have the resources on hand to meet your needs, we will direct you to a resource better equipped to help you solve your problem.
With the higher demand for the Centers's services, we have a need for additional conscientious and reliable volunteers.
The work of the Crisis Center is made possible through the generous contributions of caring individuals like you.