On November 13th, Jordyn, a counselor for the Crisis Center, met Jacque at the Starbuck’s parking lot to receive 28 quilts. The quilts will be used at the emergency shelter for individuals and families who are experiencing domestic violence. The shelter is currently full and has four children staying there. The time limit to live at the shelter has been extended from 21 days to four months. This allows people to receive counseling, legal advise, and have a safe place to live. The people living at the shelter share kitchen facilities and a common area. Individuals share rooms, but families have a private room. Each bed in the Crisis Center will have a quilt from Firehouse Quilts on it.