Category Archives: Family Services

The Crisis Line – Not just for Crisis’

The Crisis Line’s trained volunteers provide support to individuals experiencing emotional or situational distress, relationship issues, and social isolation. The purpose of the line is to provide a “community safety net”, enabling individuals and families to manage mental health concerns and to provide a non-judgmental listening ear to those who could benefit from engaging in more »Continue Reading

The Crisis Line is looking for Volunteers!

The Crisis Line is looking for empathetic, reliable and committed people to answer calls from individuals in our community experiencing relationship problems, isolation, and mental health concerns. What we offer our volunteers: • A way to expand your academic/work experience and build your resume • Training that will enhance interpersonal and communication skills • A more »Continue Reading

Crisis Lines Answer the Call: Will YOU?

What if you could change a life, or even save one, just by answering the phone? Would You? Your Interior Crisis Line Network (ICLN) is hoping you’ll say ‘Yes’. Every 20 minutes someone calls the ICLN and is supported by trained staff and volunteers and the number of calls are steadily increasing. Calls range from more »Continue Reading

Best Mom Hands Down! Mother’s Day Celebration

Mom, can we do this every year? The Family Friend Program had a Mother’s Day Celebration at our Dolphin location on Saturday, April 28, 2012. Peals of laughter rang throughout the halls from 40 moms, children and volunteers. Activities included painting, planting, free playing and lots of munching. Moms and their children planted flowers such more »Continue Reading

Best Mom Hands Down! Mother's Day Celebration

Mom, can we do this every year? The Family Friend Program had a Mother’s Day Celebration at our Dolphin location on Saturday, April 28, 2012. Peals of laughter rang throughout the halls from 40 moms, children and volunteers. Activities included painting, planting, free playing and lots of munching. Moms and their children planted flowers such more »Continue Reading