CommUnity Crisis Services and Food Bank is seeking a Communications Intern to join its Communications & Development Department.
CommUnity Crisis Services and Food Bank is seeking a Development Intern to join its Communications & Development Department.
CommUnity Crisis Services and Food Bank is seeking individuals interested in the position of Iowa City Police Department Mental Health Liaison
This position, through partnership with Iowa City Police Department, will improve outcomes on mental health related calls for service and divert persons who need support and treatment from the emergency room and jail. Under the supervision of the Mobile Crisis Coordinator, the Mental Health Law Enforcement Liaison will work with assigned police officers to provide crisis intervention, referral and support to individuals in our community.
CommUnity Crisis Services and Food Bank is seeking a Marketing Strategy Intern to join its Communications & Development Department.
After an intensive search, CommUnity Crisis Services and Food Bank is pleased to announce Sarah Nelson as its new Executive Director.
In a few short weeks, CommUnity will welcome a new Executive Director and I will hand over the reigns of an organization that has been a true highlight of my career.
CommUnity Crisis Services and Food Bank has earned International Council for Helplines (ICH) re-accreditation for their Crisis Intervention phone, chat and text helpline services.
CommUnity Mobile Crisis Outreach is a service that provides free crisis counseling to individuals in Iowa. Services are available in Johnson and Iowa Counties. Mobile Crisis counselors respond to mental health emergencies to provide resources and emotional support. We compiled a list of frequently asked questions to explain some of the details of how the […]
By Altahra Ahmed, Quality Assurance & Training Coordinator Women’s History month has been celebrated since 1987 in the United States. This national recognition of women’s contributions started by a week-long celebration of women in March by the Sonoma School District in California in 1978. That lone event spread across the nation and almost a decade […]
March 5-6, 2021, from sundown to sundown is National Day of Unplugging – an event that has been going on for just over a decade. The goal is to promote unplugging yourself from technology for 24 hours in an effort to assist people in recharging their mental, physical, and spiritual batteries.