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As the adage wisely proclaims, “It takes a village.” In November, when we delve into gratitude and community care, there’s no better time to explore the newly updated and ever-invaluable list of Community Resources compiled by our Social Workers. The newly revitalized list of Community Resources stands as a beacon of hope, offering a lifeline to those in need.
Whether it’s housing and utilities, employment, food, clothing, transportation, medical and dental care, mental health support, internet access, or assistance in situations of domestic violence and abuse, this comprehensive guide provides a wide array of services designed to address the most pressing challenges people may face. It’s a testament to the power of compassion and collective effort, showcasing how our communities can come together to support one another in times of need.
So, as November arrives and we reflect on gratitude and care, let’s take a closer look at this invaluable resource and the individuals who make it possible – our dedicated social workers. If you or someone you know is in need, share the Social Worker’s Community Resource list or contact the Social Worker at your school.