Although there are several resources available to community members, the struggle is finding and navigating these options. Our team helps individuals navigate the resources, acquire assistance, and develop easy-to-follow, step-by-step action plans for goal completion.

Schedule an appointment or stop by the RE:center today to talk to us about your needs.

Tea & Coffee

Stop by a for a free cup of premium coffee from White Mountain Roasters and enjoy a game of checkers in our cafè.


Bring your laptop or tablet and catch up on some work with our free high speed internet.

Computer Lab

Take advantage of our computer lab to search for jobs or check your email. We also have a printer, copier, and scanner available for certain approved projects.


We serve emergency meals during all open hours. Free lunch is from 11 am to 1 pm. The RE:center is also a United Food Bank site, so grab a food box!

Case Management

If you are overwhelmed and tired of merely surviving, meeet with our Survive-to-Thrive Coordinator to reach your goals. 

Resource Navigation

Our caring and knowledgable team can help you find the resource you are looking for.


If you’re in a bind and looking for one-on-one help, please schedule an appointment with our team. Our Survive-to-Thrive coordinator will help you find the resources you need to survive and connect you to programs and services that will help you thrive. Not only will you leave with a plan, but you will also have easy-to-follow action steps to remove the stressors and barriers to a thriving life.


Please complete our online intake form before your appointment. Please come in 15 minutes before your meeting to complete it if you need assistance with the form. The intake form will ask you to sign a release of information (ROI) form. This ROI is not required, but it will help us provide you with the most comprehensive care. In addition, the ROI form enables us to share basic information with other programs and agencies to find the best help and resources for you and your family.


If you are meeting with our Survive-to-Thrive Coordinator or seeking financial assistance of any kind, please bring the following items to your appointments. We do not carry cash or guarantee you will qualify for any financial aid. Financial assistance can take up to two weeks or longer to be approved and processed depending on the agencies’ policies, case load, and available funds. 


Copy of Bill



State IDs, birth certificates, and social security cards can be applied for in the initial appointment. Bring what you have.


This could be a copy of a bill, quote/estimate, lease agreement, etc.


Financial assistance is not guaranteed. We work with several agencies to help you find financial help. We never offer cash or immediate financial assistance.