Emergency Crisis Intervention

Disabled children and their families in our community have been seriously affected especially in a  situation, and need our help. Can you imagine…

  • No reliable transportation that could allow you access to community resources.

  • Child emergently hospitalized due to unexpected medical issue and as a parent, you have to reduce your work hours, faced with unemployment, and or take a leave of absence.

  • Choosing between caring for your special-needs child or quitting your job?

  • Figuring out how to find extra food when you have child care where your child receives breakfast and lunch, but the child has a fever and is not allowed at daycare?

  • Coming “out of retirement” to provide full-time or emergency daycare for your special needs grandchild because you are the only other person that child trusts?

  1. Food Pantry  Pickup & Transport Program