Highland Lakes Crisis Network




Highland Lakes Crisis Network sets guidelines

Local crisis network volunteers have made masks using material to offer to the at-risk vulnerable clients they assist with services from meal pickup and delivery to emotional and spiritual support.




By Kevin Naumann
HLCN Executive Director

As we navigate the uncharted waters of the COVID-19 pandemic, we encourage you to join us to help shine a light of hope and of love to our neighbors in need. We are the Church.

We are gearing up to be able to provide food and supplies to our neighbors in need; specifically, for our elderly and medically fragile, those who may have income shortages and students who are not able to access meals provided by the Marble Falls Independent School District. …


Crisis network launches volunteers over COVID-19 concerns

Connie Swinney/The Highlander
Highland Lakes Crisis Network volunteer Pat Hatch and Operations Team leader Rachel Naumann worked to arrange the entity's headquarters on March 18 at 1007 Broadway Avenue in Marble Falls.




By Connie Swinney
Staff Writer

Before noon on March 18, 10 requests came into the Highland Lakes Crisis Network office, 1007 Broadway Ave., from elderly residents asking for help obtaining groceries as the coronavirus scare continues to clear store shelves in the community.

“By coincidence one of the people who we deliver (Meals on Wheels) to called in today needing help grocery shopping,” said Ron Munos, a HLCN volunteer, who works with the Meals program as well. “She's afraid to get out. My wife got her list, and if it's not perishable, we'll pick it up this afternoon because we deliver to her anyway.

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