Youth Hip-Hop Dance Class: Fun, Fitness, & Friendship

Posted on Dec 27, 2012

Young children have seamless amounts of energy. The challenge becomes how to direct their energy into something positive and constructive. At the Monument Crisis Center, students in the youth enrichment program can funnel their energy into dance, and reap benefits beyond exercise. The hip hop dance class is led by instructors from Funk Mode.  Along […]

It Takes A Community

Posted on Dec 11, 2012

Area churches donate over 300 boxes of "holiday" themed food to low income families in Contra Costa County. Major participants include: Lafayette-Orinda Presbyterian Church, St. Timothy's of Danville, and Christ the King. Organizers spent months gathering donations for the boxes from church members and started delivering the boxes last Saturday (Dec. 10). Each box contains […]

Senior Moments: Much More Than Food

Posted on Jul 20, 2012

Residents of the Bay Area are fortunate to live in a region with beautiful weather, natural resources and cultural diversity. The benefits of living in the Bay Area do not come without a price. The San Francisco-San Jose-Oakland metropolitan area is already one of the most expensive in the country, and on top of that, […]

Welcome to our blog!

Posted on Jun 15, 2012

Welcome to the Monument Crisis Center’s official blog! The Monument Crisis Center serves tens of thousands of people directly and indirectly. Every day, more than 100 people walk through our doors, including beneficiaries of our programs, volunteers, donors and staff.   The Center is a community organization in its truest sense; not only was the Monument […]

Video of MCC History

Posted on May 23, 2012