The Community Center regularly examines our role to gauge how we can most successfully meet those human service needs unmet by other organizations. A result of this process is that we regularly update and refine our activities and services.
This effort led us to develop our "Four Pillars of Service" which guide us in the implementation of a diverse and comprehensive program delivery model.
Every year we leverage our resources with 35+ partner groups to provide more than 40,000 hours of direct service to toddlers, teens, adults, seniors and families.
Prevention & Intervention programs provide activities and/or guidance that seek to reduce or deter specific or predictable problems. Our goal is to protect the current state of well-being and/or promote desired outcomes or behaviors.
Health & Wellness programs help people to be active participants in managing their health and lifestyle. We promote independent living and aging in place by focusing on the mental, physical, emotional and social components of everyday life.
Community Connections programs serve as the hub, or gathering place, for the varied and diverse elements of our local society. We enrich our neighborhoods by providing support for groups to develop kinship, positive growth and a cooperative spirit.
Emergency Resource Center: We are dedicated to assisting our community to prepare for natural and/or man-made emergencies. We can offer shelter, warmth and sustenance to those who need us the most in the event of a disaster. Perhaps more importantly, we believe that we can better serve our community by helping people be prepared at home and work. during an emergency.