Switchpoint Community Resource Center
The switchpoint community resource center is equipped to accommodate up to 64 individuals who are in need of temporary housing. Each of the 16 rooms has its own shower, sink, and toilet and the facility has a full-functioning kitchen, laundry room, multi-purpose room, pantry, and a training center with 50 computers. The need for Switchpoint is apparent, as the resource center was filled to capacity the first day it opened on August 29, 2014. Volunteers are needed to help assist in checking clients in, as well as helping clients to their cars if necessary.
Each month, the Food Bank commences with a deep clean of the facility. Volunteers will clean the facility to help mitigate the risk of pests and food borne illnesses.
They need people to mow lawn and pull weeds on a weekly basis.
Volunteers are needed to help construct a bike rack to help secure the transportation for Switchpoint’s clients.
Help low income individuals look presentable for job interviews by providing them with a free haircut.