The mission of Crisis Control Ministry is to assist people in crisis to meet essential life needs and to become self-sufficient.
We believe that food, shelter, and medicine are basic human needs, and that we can meet the needs of people in Forsyth County who are in crisis and dealing with unfortunate circumstances. As a trusted resource since 1973, we serve residents of our community and provide over $3 million worth of services annually.
Our Unifying Principles
Love: Seek the highest good for those who seek our help and for those who provide it. Love is the energy that creates human connection and perfectly balanced truth and grace.
Stewardship: Demonstrate total competency and integrity in the wise use of the resources entrusted to us.
Listening: Be open, receptive, and curious. Listen to understand. Be a safe place for people to be heard.
Grace: Understand the sacred nature of our work. Demonstrate a spirit of compassion and reverence toward those who seek our help.
Truth: Be well informed in the truth and realities of poverty, the facts, best research and best practices. Speak truth to clients in ways it can be received and applied. Clarify expectations. Keep promises.
Collaboration: Be a participant in an ongoing collaboration between community resources who share a commitment to “Person-Centered Relationships” and seek ways to function together seamlessly around individual client needs.
Better Lives: Be the ultimate fruit of all we do.