Join Us in the Credo Mission!

How can I make a donation to Credo?
Charitable donations to Credo Community Center have a direct and lasting impact on our clients and their families, and they appreciate your kind generosity. You can make a donation one of two ways. For more information, you may call 315-788-1530

1. Make an online donation to Credo through our easy and secure platform by clicking the button below.

2. Checks can also be made payable to Credo Community Center and mailed to our Administrative Office at 595 West Main Street, Watertown, NY 13601.

3. We also work with Cars for Charity! To explore donating a vehicle, check out this form:

How is Credo funded?
Credo, Inc. is funded primarily through the New York State Office of Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Services. Additional funds come from the United Way of Northern New York, Inc., Jefferson County, Social Services and client fees.

How will my donation make a difference?
Private donations hold significant value in the lives of Credo’s clients. Through your donation you play a role in making a tremendous difference in the lives of adolescents and adults, including mothers with children, as they take the necessary steps to overcome their addiction and/or mental health issues and become contributing members of society.

Can I include Credo in my will or estate plan?
One way to give is to remember Credo in your will or estate plans. A planned gift can maximize benefits to you and your family by converting assets, using assets in creative ways, possibly increasing lifetime income and often providing substantial savings in income, gift and estate taxes. Thank you for helping us teach others how to celebrate life!

Can I set up an Endowment Fund for Credo?
An endowment fund can directly influence the quality of treatment we are able to provide at Credo. For more information, please call 315-788-1530.

Stories of Hope: Click here to read our clients own written testimonials about their struggles through addiction to recovery.

Donate with the Northern New York Community Foundation