Our first goal is to nourish and clothe our neighbors in need.
Food: After an initial application and screening for HCFS services is received, a client is provided access to the Corner Cupboard, self-selection food pantry. Fresh fruits, vegetables, dairy products, lean meats, artisan breads are available.
Clothing and Household Needs: Based on availability, we can assist with basic household items from the HCFS secondhand retail store Random Hangers & Warehouse.
Once assistance is provided, we take the time to listen to your situation.
Clients are given an appointment to meet with an HCFS Case Manager in order to receive a comprehensive evaluation of their crisis.
Both clients and case managers commit together to work through the crisis toward sustainability.
Clients set their own goals and we guide them to move forward with as many tools as possible.
We reassess quarterly to see if the solutions are working or not.
A crisis does not last a lifetime. We work carefully with our clients to ensure they are planning for their future after their crisis.
After applying, we may need more information from you. Here are any additional forms you may be asked to submit.