The Thrift Store and Administrative Offices will close at 3:00 pm on Wednesday, November 21st and will reopen on Monday, November 26th.

The Food Bank will be closed all day on Wednesday, November 21st and will reopen on November 26th.

Join thousands of runners on Thanksgiving morning for the 2018 Avista Adventist Hospital Louisville Turkey Trot. Best of all, it’s FREE when you bring a donation of nonperishable food and/or winter clothing, which will benefit Sister Carmen Community Center! All ages and paces are welcome (sorry, no furry friends). The race starts at 9:00 a.m. on November 22nd at the Louisville Public Library –  951 Spruce Street, Louisville, CO 80027.

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Give where you live and support Sister Carmen Community Center on Colorado Gives Day! Each donation made online at Coloradogives.org/SisterCarmen will be boosted by the $1 Million Incentive Fund, which means your gift will go even further to support individuals and families in need. Beginning November 1st, you can preschedule your gift in advance. To learn more about Colorado Gives Day, click here.

Sister Carmen Community Center is a critical resource for individuals and families in need of supportive services such as food, clothing, heat and housing assistance. Our holistic and coordinated approach supports the entire family during a crisis.

Because we are a non-religious organization, we rely on the generosity of community members. 
SCCC is a 501c3 nonprofit agency and our tax identification number is 84-0820308.
As a Family Resource Center we utilize a strength-based approach to address the many facets of a family in crisis. Our comprehensive three prong approach prevents homelessness, reduces food insecurity, increases access to health care, encourages self-reliance and strengthens families.

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“I’ve noticed that SCCC brings people together. When you’re struggling, you feel alone and think that you’re the only one with these problems. Having community is so important as a first step of feeling supported and empowered, and it reassures you that you’re moving in the right direction. And you just keep moving forward.” – Tiffany, SCCC Participant

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