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Critical Need for Volunteers!

Looking for a way to make a difference in someone’s life? Volunteers play a critical role in fulfilling Crisis Control’s mission. We are seeking new volunteers interested in spending three hours a week as interviewers – an important and extremely rewarding position. If this is something you might be interested in, please see our volunteer page for more information and come for a no-obligation tour.


Making a Difference with Monthly Giving

Support something you believe in by joining our Monthly Giving Program. A $25 monthly gift, for example, can provide a food order for a family of four for two weeks. As one monthly giver explains, “As a volunteer, I became increasingly aware of just how much CCM helps those facing truly desperate situations.” Now she’s putting her regular support where her heart is. Click here for more info or call us at 336.724.7875 ext. 1041.


CCM Celebrates 45 Years

On April 4, 1973, Crisis Control Ministry opened its doors and we’ve been located on the same corner of Patterson Avenue and Tenth Street for these 45 years. We are so grateful to our community – those who trust us to help in a caring way, those who volunteer, and those who support us financially. We invite you to learn more by reading Margaret Elliott’s article in our Spring 2018 newsletter, or by exploring the About Us, History, and Mission sections of our website.


Latest Community Impact Report

CCM is a place where neighbors come together. Some offer funding. Some volunteer. Some seek help. All are valued and respected. In our 2017 fiscal year, 555 weekly volunteers individually greeted our neighbors and conducted 7,285 interviews resulting in over $3 million of critical needs being met for 15,458 individuals. Over 50% of our funding came from individuals. The complete report is available on our Annual Reports page.