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(If you have a need with Food, Clothing, Housing, Shelter, Medical Care, Emergency Services, Financial Assistance, Transportation, Meal Services, Legal Services, Counseling, or Support Groups you may call 2-1-1 for assistance.)

  • 1) ResoucesUnite [resourcesunite.com]
    • (The mission of ResourcesUnite is to provide an online directory of social services, assess the needs of the community, and to provide an online forum for people to share ideas.)
  • 2) Dubuque Area Congregations United [www.dacuonline.org]
    • (We, the members of DACU...will make a difference in our world by fostering an awareness and understanding of human need.  We will be a supportive presence in this community and beyond through the generous sharing of our time, talents and resources.)
  • 3) Project Concern [project-concern.org/]
    • (Project Concern's mission is to identify unmet needs of individuals and to assist them in maintaining independence in society. ...[They help] homeless and low-income individuals and families, children, senior citizens, people with disabilities, and thousands of men and women in Dubuque, Delaware, and Jackson counties.)
  • 4) Cresent Community  Health Center [www.crescentchc.org/]
    • (CCHC serves individuals and families who are uninsured, underinsured and those with various types of insurance.)
  • 5) Operation New View [www.operationnewview.org]
    • (The mission of Operation: New View Community Action Agency is to mobilize federal, state and local resources within Dubuque, Delaware and Jackson counties to focus on planning and operating programs designed to eliminate poverty by serving the needs of low-income people and providing them with the opportunities, motivation, skills, and knowledge to become self-sufficient and to reach their full potential.)
  • 6) Dubuque Rescue Mission [dbqrescue.org]
    • (The ministries of the Dubuque Rescue Mission are varied. There is a public meals program, temporary housing for transients, work opportunities, times of worship and other programs that minister to the less fortunate. In addition, we provide clothing and furniture items to those who have such a need. Churches or social service organizations are always welcome to refer needy persons to our organization.)
  • 7) Hillcrest Family Services [hillcrest-fs.org]
    • (Hillcrest Family Services is a non-profit organization that assists adults and children in need of help. Every day, Hillcrest builds confidence in hundreds of people and families. We’re a place where compassion is commonplace. Where our passion soars and faith restores. Over the last five years, we’ve helped 125,000 people live better lives by providing residential care, education and a boarding school for troubled youth, mental health counseling for adults and adolescents, and health and wellness to all in need. And since our founding in 1896, our programs have impacted millions of people in 23 different states.)
  • 8) St. Stephen's Food Bank [ststephensfoodbank.org]
    • (The purpose of St. Stephen's Food bank is to obtain wholesome, nutritious foods from many sources and make it available to member agencies who are feeding the hungry in our community. Our dedicated group of volunteer drivers pick up food products from local grocery stores on a daily basis.)


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