We all scream for ice cream!
We all scream for ice cream!
Hello MCRCC Supporter! 
MCRCC in the news

Remember the children's activity book we recently launched, Hear Me Roar!? The book was recently the focus of a Monterey County Weekly article by Walter Ryce, including comments from our directors and our student intern Francis Everwoods, a recent CSUMB graduate who started the project. To download the book, visit our website. Hundreds of copies have already been distributed to libraries, schools, and out in the community, and we are continuing to give out more! 
Congratulations, new Advocates!
We can't contain our excitement about our newly graduated Advocates (pictured below)! They have jumped right in and are already volunteering their time on the crisis line. We celebrated their certification on May 9th (two Advocates are not pictured).
Our next Advocate Training will be held in the fall of 2019. 
I scream, you scream!
For ice cream, that is!
Support MCRCC from 3-6pm each Wednesday in June at Revival Ice Cream in downtown Monterey. Revival will donate 20% of proceeds to us during this time! Spread the word, and go enjoy some ice cream, too!
MCRCC Spotlight: 
Get to know Maggie Melone-Echiburu, our Board President! 

Having served on the MCRCC Board of Directors since 2014, Maggie Melone-Echiburu became our Board President in August 2018. We recently asked her to share a little about herself.
What is one of the best things about contributing to MCRCC? 
The best thing to me is knowing that my contribution is helping make a difference in someone's life. The services provided by MCRCC are so important and, unfortunately, so many people need them. We don't need to know what people's stories are; we need to help as much as we can. 
What is a fun fact about you?
in 1996, I enjoyed an evening of wine with the Prince of Jordan in Morocco...without knowing he was the Prince of Jordan! 
Why do you support MCRCC?
I support MCRCC because I am a survivor. As a victim, I didn't know how important it was to have prevention education, immediate support, and therapy when you most need it. We need to work together to make this a better and safer world for everyone. 

To read more about Maggie and other members of our Board of Directors, visit our website.
As always, thank you for supporting MCRCC!
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