Community Crisis Center

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                                          (Community Crisis Center)

The H.G.D.C. Community Crisis Center was founded in 1981 by Reverend Adeen George. The Crisis Center is a state and federal registered non-profit 501c3 organization. It is governed by a seven member board of directors. The center is staffed by intake assessment specialist, counselors and food service workers who implement the program. Our services are available Mon-Fri from 9am to 5pm. The $400,000, 8500 sq ft and 15 room facility include a soup kitchen, a clothes closet, a food pantry, counseling rooms, meditation rooms, a GED classroom, a multi-purpose room and offices.


The H.G.D.C. Community Crisis Center provides optimal services to those in need. Criteria used in selecting the recipients are as follows:

1.Single female head-of-household receiving AFDC.

2.Persons with low incomes, 150% below the poverty index.

3.Elderly people 64 years of age and older.


5.The unemployed and under-employed.

6.Refferals from other social service agencies.