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Weather Closing

For the safety of our many volunteers and our clients, both offices of Crisis Control Ministry will be closed on Thursday, January 18, due to the condition of the roads. Schedule changes will also be posted at WXII 12 News.
 

 

 

Help Us Share the Warmth

As Forsyth County’s largest provider of emergency assistance, Crisis Control assisted 5,084 families to stay in their warm, affordable homes last year. As the weather gets colder, you can help us provide comfort this season by making a donation to our annual Share the Warmth campaign. Please click here to make an online donation, and select Share the Warmth under “Donation For.”

 

Lives Are Changed Every Day at Crisis Control

One CCM volunteer shares his story of visiting Crisis Control as a young child when his family was facing difficult times because his father was injured and out of work. He recalls the help with an oil heat bill and groceries for their family of seven. Striving to meet the needs of families is the heart of our mission. Click here to help us continue to assist our neighbors in crisis.

 

New Year’s Resolutions

Have you always wanted to volunteer but just haven’t gotten around to exploring your options? Crisis Control Ministry needs 75-100 volunteers each day. Jobs of all skill levels and interests are available at both the Winston-Salem and Kernersville locations. Please come for a tour to see if there is a position that is just right for you! See our volunteer page for details.