Friends of the Crisis Center

We all face a crisis at some point in our lives. Having a friend to turn to when we need help means the world when that crisis comes. Being a "Friend" of the Crisis Center means being a friend to someone in crisis right this minute! 

You can be a Friend of the Crisis Center by participating in our annual Friends Campaign through a gift of $75 or more and entering for a chance to win one of four great prizes, including a grand prize of a Mazda Miata. 

Every day, we hear their story. People in our community are hurting right now. They feel alone, isolated, afraid. They’ve experienced untold violence and trauma. They’ve suffered from addiction and don’t know where to turn.

Nobody cares. Or so they think…

They feel that nobody cares for them, that they don’t have any more options, and they will never get the help they need – until they make that connection to someone at the Crisis Center. We know that just one conversation can change someone’s entire day, setting them on a new course, bringing hope and healing for even the deepest wounds.

They need hearing, helping and healing…

and we are that listening ear, those helping hands, that healing support that will never turn a person in crisis away. We’re here 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. We can only do this because people like you make it possible.

The Crisis Center is committed to being there when there’s nowhere else to turn.

To us, being a Friend means those in need always have a place to turn. Through the support services of Crisis Intervention & Prevention, Sexual Assault Support, Mental Health, and Addiction Recovery, we help those facing a personal crisis find their connection to hope.

Together with our Friends, we can help change the future.

Our annual Friends Campaign begins May 1 of each year and ends on the last Thursday of June. For details, join our mailing list by contacting us at [email protected].

Follow our new Friends of the Crisis Center Page on Facebook! Here, you 'll get news about the campaign as well as other big news about Crisis Center services and events.