One of the most rewarding things about our work has been hearing the gratitude and relief in the responses from those whose rent and bills have been paid as part of our Basic Needs Assistance program. We are incredibly humbled by your generosity, through which we have been able to provide this assistance.
While these notes of gratitude may be directed to us, we know that we could not have responded and met their need without your help!
We did this together!
Together, we have been able to meet people at their point of need during a time of uncertainty and anxiety over what the future holds for all of us, especially for those most vulnerable in our community.
Here are just a few of the responses and notes of gratitude:
I lost my job when the resort closed. Thank you for helping us. We don’t have anyone else.-I’m a single mom with two kids and I lost my job due to the virus. Thank you for all your help! A big hug and blessings to you!
I’m looking for another job, but the situation is getting harder. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for all you’re doing for our family and community!
Muchas gracias…al centro Cristiano por su ayuda muy valiosa…Muy agradecido por todo.
Translated: Thank you very much…to the Christian Center for your very valuable help… Very grateful for everything.
Thanks so much to the Christian Center for being such a critical instrument in our community in this time.
Muchísimas gracias no saben cómo les agradesco su ayuda, enverdad sinceramente bendiciones para todos los que hacen esto posible,muchas gracias.
Translated: Thank you very much, you do not know how I thank you for your help, truly sincerely blessings to all who make this possible, thank you very much.
CCPC’s Mental Health Counseling Update
Our counselors have been busy providing critical mental health support during this crisis. Here are a few quick stats of what has been happening with our mental health counseling services:
- Over 50 inquiries about counseling
- 42 new clients
- 23 free sessions given
- 10 of which were available for Spanish-speaking clients
- 8 of which included kids and teens
Our counselors continue to provide help for those dealing with suicide ideation, anxiety, depression and abuse issues, just to name a few.
All of our counselors are available for an appointment. We are offering two free sessions to new clients from now until May 15th, with our counselors Katie Thomas and Katie Noelck. All of our sessions are done through Telehealth.
Please contact Heather Ledbetter, our Counseling Center Administrator, who will be available to take calls, answer questions and assist in getting you scheduled during regular business hours.
You can reach Heather Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. at 435-649-2260 ext. 1 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.