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OUR SERVICES

 

We are an outreach organization that provides free services to meet the needs of families in the community: clothing closet, food bank, hot meals, educational classes, and more.

C.O.R.E.

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Our mission is to reach and eliminate barriers for the youth of our community, reclaim academic gaps, and expose them to enriching opportunities for them to be repurposed and choose their own destiny.

HOT MEAL PROGRAM

In conjunction with the City of Refuge Educations’ Kid City and C.O.R.E. Camp programs, hot meals are provided to students and their families.  Volunteer teams from local churches, businesses and organizations provide and prepare all components of each meal served.

YOUTH

We are a place where our youth have the opportunity to access the resources necessary to build a better future for themselves, their family, and their community. Through our Broaden Your Horizons Initiative, we seek to reveal the possibilities and opportunities that are accessible to our youth; and through our College and Career Advocacy Program, we hope to partner with them in the pursuit of their dreams.

OUTREACH

FOOD

PANTRY

Two days a week, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9:00-1:00, qualifying people can receive food from the food pantry.  Recipients are at or below the state poverty level or have experienced a recent emergency such as loss of home or job. Most of the food is acquired through local food drives from churches, businesses, schools and individuals. 

CLOTHING

CLOSET

People who bring a referral from area schools, churches or other local agencies are eligible to shop in the clothing closet. Each shopper can choose three outfits per person on the referral form. All clothing is received by donation and is freely given to recipients.

TRANSITIONAL

HOUSING

These units are available to families with children who previously maintained

independent housing, but due to loss of income are currently in a homeless state.

PERMANENT

HOUSING

Through the Shelter Plus Care program, these units are available to single, chronically disabled individuals.  Units are 1 bedroom, 1 bath, fully furnished apartments.

WOMEN'S

MINISTRY

Weekly support meetings and topical studies are offered to women two times per week. Hot meals are provided and children’s programming corresponds.

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