Sunday, December 9, 2012

Crisis Control Ministries: Forsyth County's Largest Emergency Assistance Provider

Crisis Control has mission in Forsyth County to offer help residents in crisis with food, utility and housing payments.  
They also have a licensed free pharmacy for residents of Forsyth and Stokes County that cannot afford their prescription medications.
Crisis Control is the largest emergency assistance provider in Forsyth County.

Your purchase of a holiday honor card from 
Crisis Control Ministries 
directly benefits local families in crisis.  
Cards can be purchased at the Crisis Control offices 
in Kernersville and Winston-Salem.  

Crisis Control Ministry

200 East Tenth Street
Winston-Salem, NC 27101

431 West Bodenhamer Street
Kernersville, NC 27284

The cards can also be purchased at these local stores.

Cherries Cafe, 6000 Market Square Court, Clemmons, 336-766-4088

Kernersville Pharmacy, 841 Old Winston Road Suite 90, 336-497-4511

Curtis van Davis Salon, 110 Oakwood Drive, 336-734-2001
Frame Gallery, Reynolda Manor Shopping Center, 336-724-0904
House of Plants, 507 Harvey Street, 336-765-5301
New Covenant Bookstore, 380 Knollwood Street Suite M, 336-705-6888

Cards can also be purchased online here.  Online orders need to be placed by December 21, 2012 to ensure delivery by Christmas.

For a minimum donation of $5 per card, Crisis Control Ministry will beautifully hand address, stamp with a holiday stamp and mail your cards for you, giving you more time to enjoy the holidays. If you prefer to address and sign the cards yourself, they can mail them to you.

Last fiscal year, Crisis Control provided food to over 7,000 people.  They also distribute personal hygiene items, cleaning supplies, laundry aides and paper products.  They have a Gift of the Month, with their greatest needs, here.

"In October we conducted 1,000 client interviews, 89 more than this time last year. We served 2,545 people, 415 more than last year. We paid 185 power bills, 100 more than last year. We were able to do this because of the financial support of our donors. Thank you!"
--  Crisis Control Ministries

If you would like more information about volunteering with Crisis Control,
go here.

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William Mangum, a Greensboro resident, is the artist of the Honor Card.  Go to his website here.

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