A short-term goal is to raise money Wednesday and Thursday through a 90.5 KACS Radio Station fundraiser out of Lewis County.
“We were approached by the radio station,” Camenzind said. “They picked our agency and a Lewis County chaplaincy program to be recipients of the fundraiser called ‘Covering You With God’s Love’.”
Camenzind would like to see local people help answer phones during the two-day blitz. But if people can’t help that way, “we take checks, too.”
She also has some long-term goals for the Network. “A long-term goal would be to end violence,” she said. “It would be nice. A long-term goal would to be out of a job. But that’s not realistic.
“Countywide, a good long-term goal would be to raise the community standard to not allow violence in the county, to hold individuals and agencies to a higher standard. A long-term goal would be a coordinated county response so we just knew what the next agency would do for a client.”
The ultimate goal is to empower clients at the Crisis Support Network to get on with their lives in safety.
For more information about the Crisis Support Network, call 1-800-435-7276.