Local Organizations

  • ATLAS of Sioux Center

    ATLAS (Attaining Truth, Love and Self-Control) is a Christ-centered ministry that provides personal development services to individuals and families who are hurting for a variety of reasons. ATLAS, anon-profit organization, is not a counseling agency but works with other professional counseling and support organizations in cases where professional assistance is needed. The organization is committed to touching lives for Christ.

  • Center for Financial Education

    Debt, creditors, poor spending habits, and inadequate living conditions are the harsh reality individuals in our communities are facing. The Center for Financial Education (CFE) in Sioux Center is a non-profit organization that offers free financial education for individuals and families in need of financial assistance.​

  • Family Crisis Centers

    provides many services to victims and survivors of domestic abuse and sexual assault. All services are provided free of charge to women, men and children. All information is kept confidential. Services may be short-term or long-term depending on the needs of the victim. Services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

  • Hope Food Pantry

    Hope Food Pantry is a community outreach that seeks to be the hands and feet of Jesus to all who are in need. The pantry is open 2-6 p.m. Wednesdays in the Southridge Plaza, Sioux Center, (behind Culvers). Donations of food, personal care products or clothing may be dropped off at pantry 2-6 p.m. each Wednesday or at the Center for Financial Education office in Sioux Center during normal business hours. Contact the CFE at (712) 722-3527 for more information.

  • Justice For All

    Justice For All is a ministry based on the services of Christians from many different denominations who are willing to share their time, resources and skills for the benefit of the poor and underprivileged. This is done primarily through work projects and the Rock Valley-based warehouse ministry. JFA relies on many volunteer hands each year to keep its organization going.

  • LOVE Inc.

    Existing resources operating independently are not adequate to meet current and growing levels of need. In addition, one church alone cannot deal with all the complex issues of poverty. It takes churches working together, across denominational lines, to meet these multifaceted needs. Love In the Name of Christ - LOVE Inc for short - exists only to help churches mobilize their members to be the hands and feet of Christ in their communities.

  • ​Mid-Sioux Opportunity, Inc.

    Mid-Sioux Opportunity, Inc. is a not-for-profit Community Action Agency established in 1965 to fight poverty at a local level by assisting low-income families in Northwest Iowa to become self-sufficient. The five-county organization has an office at 1070 Seventh Ave. NE, Sioux Center. Phone: (712) 722-3157

  • Promise Community Health Center

    Promise Community Health Center in Sioux Center is the only federally qualified health center in Northwest Iowa. Promise is a comprehensive health home that provides primary medical and dental services. Behavioral health services are provided onsite through referral relationships. 

  • Zestos Inc
    Zestos is a faith based non-profit organization committed to reaching out to those who lack the basic necessities of life. A key part of Zestos Inc is their food distribution ministry. They also operate the Shepherd’s Closet and rely on volunteers working together to minister spiritually and physically to those in need. Zestos supplies food to Faith church via the freezer located in the downstairs janitor's closet near the lower entry. Any member may freely access this food for their own family or to share with needy neighbors.