Client information Clients receive their choice of entrée, sides, vegetables, and a variety of other grocery items needed to prepare a holiday feast. We also offer diverse options by purchasing ethnically varied ingredients for all families to create a traditional holiday meal. Please register in-person by Friday, Nov. 30 or call 319-351-0128 to make special […]
“When I learned the number of people – the number of children in our community who are food insecure, and the number of people in need of emotional support–I knew I had to be a part of this organization.”
When James first joined the Board of Directors in 2013, he had only a surface knowledge of all the services provided by The Crisis Center. As he learned more, though, he became increasingly committed to helping fulfill The Crisis Center’s vision that everyone in our community has support in their time of need.
In the Spring of 2017, I stepped in to W332 in the Adler Journalism Building for a typical day of class. Then my dad called. I ignored it once. My sister texted me, asking if I’d talked to him. He called again. I stepped out of class, knowing something was wrong, and barely made it down the hall before I sunk to the floor, stifling sobs. He told me my cousin had died by suicide the night before.