Providing an exit from crisis

All clients of Care and Share are eligible for case management as it is the cornerstone of our programs. During these meetings the client and case manager work together to plan their exit from crisis and layout the pathway to self-sufficiency. In our amazing small town, we occasionally have the benefit to see how a client is progressing in self-sufficiency after they complete a program. We celebrate every accomplishment – sometimes with the client and sometimes from afar. On occasion, we receive a card, note, Continue reading →

Pantry Appointments and Schedules

A few reminders and changes to our pantry operations are coming your way… All appointments for pantry (monthly boxes, weekly pantry bags) may be requested online: CLICK HERE Why appointments? We want to serve all of our clients in a timely manner. Appointments let us balance the days appointments, shorten your wait time and restock the shelves with delicious items for you If we have an emergency or need to change the daily schedule – we can notify you immediately through the online appointment system Continue reading →

Serving Our Community

Every member of the Iron County Care and Share team strives to serve with dignity and kindness. Here is a statement from a client that indicates we are fulfilling our mission. I’m posting this because I am a client of Iron County Care And Share. Many of you know that I struggle with PTSD and because of this I don’t stay in the homeless shelter, but rather in my van with my families cat and my service dog. But I do go to the care Continue reading →

Housing First, a success story

Iron County Care and Share supports the idea of ‘housing first’ as adopted by the state of Utah. We have experienced the success of our clients that were provided safe shelter, rental assistance, supportive case management, and increased self-sustainability. Take a moment to listen to Lee Larson’s story. Lee is our Housing and Homeless Prevention case manager and with just 4 months rental assistance, Lee’s client was able to lift herself out of crisis and danger and achieve great strides toward sufficiency. This rental assistance Continue reading →