Self-care is critical to your overall mental health. However, some of us often feel guilty when we take time for ourselves over being “productive.” Join CommUnity Crisis Services & Food Bank in our Winter Wishes Self-Care Calendar this December to do something good for yourself each day! As the chilly weather sets in and darkness […]
Last updated November 30, 2021 Our top priority is to ensure the safety of our supporters and community members. We ask that individuals who may have been exposed or have chronic medical conditions to take precautions recommended by the CDC. Donations Donations of food and household items will be received at our Pepperwood Plaza food […]
Winter is a time to spread warmth and care. This December, help us provide food and household necessities to our neighbors in need! Collect an item on our 25 Days of Giving calendar each day to donate to CommUnity’s Food Bank at the end of the month. Feel free to hop around or go day-by-day. […]
Here are some frequently asked questions to give a sense of what it’s like to call CommUnity’s crisis lines.
National Coming Out Day is Monday, October 11th.
Suicide is so hard to talk about. It is even harder to talk about when you are facing those thoughts yourself.
The toughest part of fixing a problem can be admitting there is one.
A new study suggests that US Muslims are twice as likely as other faith groups to have attempted suicide.
No matter how the topic gets brought up, when someone close to you talks about suicide, it can be a terrifying experience. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t help!
CommUnity Crisis Services and Food Bank is pleased to announce the hiring of Joachim Seelos as the new Law Enforcement Liaison to work with the Iowa City Police Department.