St. John’s can do a few things for you:
- Share your concern and we will pray for your situation on a regular basis.
- Join us for a service you can connect to a supportive group of people.
- Our pastor is available for short-term counseling and spiritual direction.
- We have a small food pantry that is available.
- We have connections with many of the different helping agencies in town and can help you reach out to the right person. We’ve seen many people helped by pointing them in the right direction.
To explore these options call us at 1-563-556-0252 or email email@example.com
Some Helping Resources in Dubuque
For a listing of local support groups: https://www.dubuqueaa.org/aa
FREE MEAL SITES
- Breakfast: Sunday-Saturday, 7:30am. DBQ Rescue Mission. 398 Main Street.
- Lunch: Monday-Saturday, 11:30am. DBQ Rescue Mission.
Every 5th Sunday, 12noon. St. John’s Episcopal Church.
- Dinner: Monday, Tuesday, Friday, 5:00pm. DBQ Rescue Mission.
Sunday, Monday, 6:00pm. Hope House. 1592 Locust Street.
Wednesday, 5:00pm. St. Patrick’s Catholic Church. 1425 Iowa Street.
Thursday, 5:30pm. First Congregational UCC. 225 West 10th Street.
Saturday, 5:30pm. St. Luke’s United Methodist. 1199 Main Street
FURNITURE and HOUSEHOLD
- Open Closest at Almost Home (863-495-0885). 1276 Main Street.
1st and 3rd Saturdays of the month or by referral. St. John’s can refer.
- National Alliance for Mental Health (563-557-6264). 900 Jackson Street. Suite LL5-2B
Help with mental health (anxiety, depression)
- Riverview Services. (563-557-0310). 1789 Elm Street.
24 hours crisis intervention for survivors of sexual assault
- Hospice of Dubuque. (563-582-1220). 1670 JFK Road.
Care for the terminally ill, but also support groups for those grieving.
- LBTQ+ via Multicultural Family Center. (563-582-3681).
Support groups for youth, families, allies
- DuRide. (563-451-4999). 2727 Asbury Road, Suite 330.
Provides safe and personalized transport for seniors