Jim Hibma, a licensed social worker and counselor, is here to help. Crisis, marriage, workplace and family counseling is available. Crossroads provides confidential counseling for all people, free of charge. When you, or someone you know, needs someone to talk to, we are here to listen. LEARN MORE >
Adopt a Family for Christmas provides support for residents in the Pella School District.
Christmas Toy Shelf provides toys for area children thanks to a variety of Crossroads supporters who believe in our cause.
The Senior Health Insurance Information Program (SHIIP) is provided through the State of Iowa’s Insurance Division. Medicare can be confusing and our trained counselors are here to help. A free seminar is offered twice a year. Call for more information.
Free coats available October through January. Donate coats, snow pants or boots anytime!
English Language Learners
Classes are offered throughout the year to work with individuals from a variety of countries and language backgrounds. The goals of ELL are to enhance English skills, encourage connections, learn about the our community, and become good civic citizens.
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) & Narcotics Anonymous (NA)
AA and NA meetings take place weekly in the Pella Community Center. Call for a current schedule.
Child abuse prevention and internet safety presentations are given to adults and children in Marion, Mahaska and Jasper Counties. Self-protection and having a personal safety plan is essential in this educational program.
Crossroads of Pella provides financial assistance to those in need. Call for more information.
Marion County Emergency Management uses Crossroads of Pella as a warming station for local residents on extremely cold days. KNIA/KRLS and Crossroads' Facebook page will advertise. Coffee time, games and 3 pool tables will be available for use on the 3rd floor of the Pella Community Center.
Assistance is available whether looking to build a resume or searching for a job.
Transplant and Injured Worker Funds are available.
Offered for housebound individuals, we order groceries online and have a volunteer pick up and deliver to their door.
This is designed for guys to help guys come together, visit and cope with grief. Meetings take place monthly.