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Volunteer to assist the Crisis Center

We accept donations at all of our monthly meetings. Currently, we support this cause through the purchase of grocery cards at our meetings, and our annual Holiday Giving Tree.





Click here for Monetary Donation Information and Receipt Request Form

Click HERE for a Volunteer Application.

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Our Liason 2016/2017 - Ginny Forstmann


The Crisis Center is concerned about families affected by violence. Since its inception in 1985, this agency has provided programs and services to any domestic violence victim requesting those services and to the region at-large.

All services are provided on a non-discriminatory basis regardless of race, religion, gender or sexual orientation. They serve persons from all ethnic, cultural and economic groups, of all ages and lifestyles.

Today, the Crisis Center has a staff of over 30 and a volunteer base exceeding 300 individuals to carry out our mission. They provide violence prevention and intervention, safety and hope, education and awareness to more than 20,000 individuals annually.

The Crisis Center opposes the use of violence as a means of control over others and supports equality in relationships. They strive to assist victims of domestic violence in assuming power over their lives and choosing options which afford them and their family a life free from violence. They recognize that violence affects the entire family, with each member requiring support and education in order to stop the cycle of violence. It is their ultimate vision to assist in ending violence in the lives of all people.