Fundamental to Cornerstone programs and services is the belief that personal transformation requires more than just having one's physical needs met. Attention must be given to a person's "whole" being including his or her emotional, mental, spiritual, and physical state. It is our belief that any program or service that neglects one's moral and spiritual issues cannot offer long-term hope and life change.
Programs and services at Cornerstone fall into three service areas: Relief, Recovery, and Restoration.
Emergency needs are met with free food, clothing, furniture and medical services. When available, emergency rental and utility assistance is provided to help keep people in housing. Chaplains and volunteers are always available to offer spiritual and emotional support.
On-going needs for all age groups-children, adults, and senior adults-are addressed through a wide of array of direct services including tutoring, college and career readiness services, two-year transitional housing, and intensive case management services.
Long-term development needs are addressed through mentoring programs, permanent supportive housing programs, and home-ownership opportunities.
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