We will be sporting our tie dye shirts Thursday night at the High Point Annual Citywide Easter Egg Hunt, where we will be volunteering as monitors. We do this in conjunction with the High Point Parks and Recreation Department and it is treat for all to be a part of the community.
We’d also like to welcome LaMone Parker as our new Kitchen Coordinator. Mone comes with lots of experience in the kitchen and is making our lunch bunch very happy.
We’d like to thank Dan and Bill for coordinating the volunteers who are helping with meal preparation and serving at Ward Street Mission.
On Thursday, the staff of Caring Services will be welcoming Twyla Wilson to lead a Healing Trauma training. With a strong emphasis on grounding skills, the session topics include: the process of trauma, power and abuse, grounding and self-soothing, and healthy relationships. Since trauma is a risk factor in nearly all behavioral health and substance use disorders, we are especially happy that the City of High Point Community Development and Housing Department has provided the agency with a grant to train staff in how to more effectively deal with the trauma endured by those we serve.
We’d like to recognize Dr. John Jicha, My Eye Doctor, for generously providing eyeglasses and exams to our clients for a number of years. Dr. Jicha has been a great supporter of Caring Services and has enabled us to address the need for eye care with compassion and respect. Kudos to Dr. Jicha and his awesome staff!! 🤓❤️🙏
Once more, Guys Doin’ Stuff, St. Pius, worked their magic!!! Thanks for the great new fire pit! People will enjoy it for many years to come and will cherish memories of time spent around the pit. Thanks also to our CSI guys who helped. 🙏👏🏼🔥
We are grateful for our many supporters who donate time, money, services, and labor.