Since 1979, the Encinitas Community Resource Center has been dedicated to providing women and children, individuals, and families with critical emergency and transitional housing assistance, food programs, comprehensive domestic violence services, and much much more. Their mission is to provide families in need and victims of domestic violence with safety, stability, and a path to self sufficiency.
Among all the social services provided to the community by the Community Resource Center, some are; homeless prevention, case management, affordable housing referrals, comprehensive food programs, and employment preparation. Examples of domestic violence services provided are; Carol's House (a 24-hour emergency shelter), Life Skill's Classes, and Case Management & Counseling, plus many more.
The Community Resource Center touches the lives of over 9,000 people a year. Their innovation, fiscal fortitude, program delivery, and record of success makes them the leader in our community and a trusted investment among funders and donors.
For more information on the Community Resource Center please call 1 (760) 753-1156 or click on http://www.crcncc.org/