About C.A.M.

Just like a triage or emergency room, folks come to CAM in all sort of crisis.  No appointment is necessary and all are welcome.  CAM provides many items to meet clients’ immediate physical needs while also addressing the needs of the mind and soul.  CAM is also a vital connection for clients who need long-term support by providing referrals and advocating for the client to other nonprofits and/or government agencies.

CAM helps:

  • 20,000 families and individuals with groceries,

  • 20,000 families and individuals with clothing including

  • 15,000 homeless individuals with sack lunches

  • 500 people a place to receive their mail

  • 200 children with specific school supplies

  • 3,400 people with spiritual support including prayer, a Bible or a Bible study

  • 6,800 people with financial assistance to purchase an ID, utility assistance to avoid disconnect or help pay for prescription medications and transportation

 
 
  • CAM does all of this through the help of 200 volunteers, donated buildings, donated food and clothing and financial support from the community.
  • On an annual basis 50,000 are served at CAM.
  • Every person who comes to CAM, regardless of beliefs, is considered a child of God. Help is extended to all clients through the distribution of food, clothing, financial assistance, or by referrals to other agencies, prayer and a listening ear.
  • CAM’s Client Services Building can be reached at 210-223-6648 for more information.