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We have moved to 1990 Market St. in Concord!  Thank you to everyone's continued support as we make this transition to our new place.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Staff on the first day of operation at the new Monument Crisis Center.  Pictured left to right: Danny Scherer, Liz Torres, Armando Martinez-Lopez, Yolanda Gonzalez, Sandra Scherer, Josemar Hernandez, Kelsey Ross.

This is providing the much needed space to expand programs we provide to at-risk and low income families and individuals in Contra Costa County. 

Please JOIN this campaign to raise $1 million to accomplish this move.  Donate now!

Monument Crisis Center offers nutritious food, quality resources and referrals to low-income individuals and families in order to help them become stable and secure in our community.    

A food pantry first and foremost, but so much more:

Community. Family. Connection.

 

Monument Crisis Center serves low-income families and individuals in Contra Costa County by providing nutritious food, education, general assistance and referrals. Over the last year, with the help of hundreds of volunteers and donors, Monument Crisis Center distributed a five day supply of food to over 12,000 individuals, thereby providing one million meals to those most at risk in Contra Costa County. In addition to food service programs, Monument Crisis Center advocates for at-risk families and individuals and strives to unite the community in a forward effort to alleviate poverty. 

The Mission of the Monument Crisis Center is to serve low income families and individuals in Contra Costa County through dynamic service programs focused on providing nutritious food, education, general assistance and referrals.