Helpline House offers an umbrella of social services and invites the community to become part of the circle of giving and receiving help.
Founded in the 1960s as a food bank in response to the ‚Äúwar on poverty‚Äù, this community-funded non-profit agency provides a full range of services: food bank, clothing bank, medical equipment for loan, social work advocacy and consultation and referrals to counseling.
Basic services are provided cost-free to those in need. Needs are defined broadly, and are not always financial.
Any community member in crisis or in need of social work consultation, volunteer opportunities or other service is welcome at Helpline House.
The coffee pot is always on.
Helpline is conveniently located in Winslow on Knechtel Way which is halfway between Winslow Way and High School Road. You can access Knechtel either from Erickson Avenue or Madison Avenue and will see our sign on the street as you drive down Knechtel Way.