On-Site services bring other valuable services to those in crisis
Emergency Services: Food, Clothing, Financial hosts the following regularly-scheduled services throughout the year in collaboration with other programs/organizations:
- Walk-in Counseling
provided by Catholic Charities Caritas Mental Health Clinic staff, brief solution focused. Referrals made:
- Nutrition Education Program
a collaboration with the University of
Minnesota Extension Service
Second Wednesday 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Contact: Mary Flynn, Community Nutrition Educator, 320-255-6169 or Email
The Minnesota Extension Services provides "nutrition and food budgeting education to people with limited resources, so they can learn to use their food resources wisely," according to their website. "Nutrition Education often provides an important first step towards self-sufficiency."
- Project H.E.A.L. (Health Education Access Link) offers FREE HEALTH
Screenings in conjunction with CentraCare's Mid-Minnesota Family Medicine Center/St. Cloud Hospital Clinic.
First Wednesday 9 - 10:30 a.m.
Volunteers from Mid-Minnesota Family Practice Center and local congregations conduct the screenings.
Be of service: Volunteers always welcome
Over 1,000 community volunteers — from
businesses, churches, schools, and service groups — help to keep our
emergency services programming in operation. Become one of them!.
Together, we can make a different tomorrow.