Programs & Services
CCDN Programs and Services support the whole family. We believe in being the change we want to see in our home, school, church, and community. The program and service resource support is in many areas. If CCDN programs and services cannot help, there is always a connection to a partner that can provide.
CCDN Programs and services work in 4 key impact areas, and work to resolve issues in our communty that create generational poverty recidivism. CCDN is a faith-based non-profit 501c3 Organization that specializes in healing and helping the whole family. Our purpose is to help heal the whole family through our community-based programs.
Family & Life Services, Mentoring, Education, and Community Outreach
What community problems do we help solve?
Poverty, Economic Pressure, Youth Peer Pressure and Conflict, Adult Peer Pressure and Conflict, Communication Barriers, Education Barriers, Food Insecurity, Financial Barriers, Parental Challenges,
Life Skills, and Job Barriers
How Can We Help
Below are some of the ways CCDN provides assistance
Connection to financial resource support through partners who provide mortgage, rent, and utility assistance. While we sometimes get direct funding in we also have partners who are willing to help.
Emergency Food & Supplies
We have 6 community food hubs providing up to 80lbs of food, diapers (adults and baby), and forumula and ensure. Clients can pickup food 2-times per month.
Education Support & Resources
Connection to literacy resources, providing education through our Inspire Education Academy. Inspire provides Lfie Skills, Job Skills, GED, and more...
Assist in community outreach projects with partners providing food and supplies as the time comes.
Housing & Employment
Connection to housing and employment resources. These resources come through partners for direct employment opportunities, and emergency housing assistance.
VITA Tax Assistance
Providing tax assistnace through our VITA Tax Program for those who meet qualifications. VITA is the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program.