“Bear one another’s burdens, and so fulfill the law of Christ.”

We understand that emergencies can be very distressing and overwhelming. Please know that we are here for you whenever you need us, no matter how big or small the situation may be. We are committed to helping you through any unexpected challenges that may arise.

If you’re experiencing a shortage of food, The CARE Center’s Food Pantry is here to assist you. Moreover, our Bags of Blessings initiative caters to students in nearby schools by offering them food during weekends and extended breaks.

At the CARE Center, we have a finite amount of funds to aid community members facing financial hardships. To streamline our efforts, we rely on a county-wide database that is used by multiple non-profits, churches, and organizations. This allows us to avoid duplicating services and effectively monitor individuals who may be taking advantage of the kindness of others. Additionally, it enables us to provide prompt assistance to those who are truly in need. Rest assured that at the CARE Center, we take our responsibility seriously and do our utmost to manage our resources responsibly.

If you happen to be a neighbor in Brownsboro, Gurley, New Hope, or Owens Cross Roads and require crisis support, kindly reach out to our Business Office at 256.723.2273 during office hours, which are from Monday to Friday, 9 AM to 1 PM. However, if you reside outside these zip codes or our office is closed, you can dial 2-1-1, which is a FREE statewide resource that functions similarly to 9-1-1. This service will provide you with assistance based on your location and needs.

If you are facing addiction, we urge you to join us for our Recovery Support Group on Thursday evenings at 6 PM. The group meets at the Ministry Building located at 5414 Main Drive in New Hope. We are here to support you.

The CARE Center