Views:441|Rating:5.00|View Time:5:34Minutes|Likes:4|Dislikes:0 For over two decades, we at the Pregnancy Resource Center(PRC) have pursued our mission:
“To affirm the value of life by providing alternatives to abortion and compassionate Christ-centered care to anyone with pregnancy or abortion related issues.”
The PRC provides help to clients in three ways:
1.Pregnancy Services: We offer free ultrasounds, pregnancy tests and STD testing/treatment. The PRC also helps with referrals for community services and adoptions.
2.Education: We provide medical information, fact-based abortion information, information on adoptions, information on STD’s and prenatal or parenting classes.
3.Material Support: We also have material resources for expectant and developing families such as infant and maternity clothing, diapers and formula.
The PRC is funded by multiple donation-based efforts and grant appeals. We receive material and financial donations primarily from individuals and families who are passionate about the PRC’s mission. We are also generously supported by Churches and other community organizations.
The Mom And Me Run/Walk/Bike event is a keystone fundraising event for the PRC. Our hope is this event raises appreciation and understanding of the PRC’s mission, services and passion for the family and the unborn.
If you’d like to donate the to the Mom And Me Event, click here. Or if you’d like more information on the PRC call: 217-322-2700, we’d love to hear from you!
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Views:168|Rating:5.00|View Time:3:47Minutes|Likes:5|Dislikes:0 18 Judges here have a Civic Duty to Disclose this US Resource to Media and Trump or they are TERRORIST helping Israel Mosaic Fertilizer killing Kids at the Tap
Views:957|Rating:5.00|View Time:5:47Minutes|Likes:17|Dislikes:0 Virginia Beach Housing and Neighborhood Preservation is pleased to announce the organizations that have been selected to provide many of the services at the new Housing Resource Center:
· Day Services and Singles Shelter: Judeo-Christian Outreach Center (JCOC)
JCOC provides feeding programs and shelter for single homeless adults. Its housing programs serve men, women, homeless veterans and individuals with disabilities. The nonprofit also operates the city’s Winter Shelter program through a partnership with local faith organizations.
· Short-Term Family Housing: Samaritan House
Samaritan House is the largest shelter for victims of domestic violence in Virginia. In addition to the organization’s services for victims of domestic violence and homelessness, it also shelters human trafficking victims as part of a regional network of law enforcement and human services agencies.
· Permanent Housing (Apartments): Virginia Supportive Housing (VSH)
VSH is a Richmond-based nonprofit that provides permanent housing and supportive services. It has developed and currently operates the six permanent supportive housing communities for formerly homeless individuals in South Hampton Roads: Cloverleaf and Crescent Square Apartments in Virginia Beach, Gosnold Apartments and Church Street Station Studios in Norfolk, South Bay Apartments in Portsmouth and Heron’s Landing Apartments in Chesapeake.
· Health Center: Southeastern Virginia Health Services (SEVHS)
SEVHS provides comprehensive primary care services to under-served communities and vulnerable populations. The organization currently operates primary care sites, behavioral health-primary care practices, and dental clinics across Hampton Roads.
· Operations and Maintenance: ABM
ABM, a leading provider of facility solutions, currently serves as a janitorial partner for several City of Virginia Beach offices and facilities and will do so for the Housing Resource Center. The company will also oversee subcontractors at the center, including Dunbar Security, Culinary Services Group, and Dodson Pest Control.
Housing and Neighborhood Preservation will coordinate the services provided by all partners at the facility.
“Each selected provider is an established organization with a history of providing quality services in Virginia Beach,” said Andrew Friedman, director of Housing and Neighborhood Preservation. “The use of outside organizations to provide critical services is consistent with the goals of the Housing Resource Center to enhance and provide a focus for our community’s ongoing efforts to make homelessness rare, brief and nonrecurring.”
At the center, Virginia Beach Human Services will also provide critical human services to participants and the public. Through the BEACH Faith In Action office at the Housing Resource Center, the faith community will be able to continue its key role of coordinating and tracking services provided by faith organizations to the homeless.
In addition to managing the operations of the Housing Resource Center, Housing and Neighborhood Preservation will continue its outreach and coordinated assessment programs, and implement a new homelessness prevention and diversion program as part of the city’s overall community service system.
About the Virginia Beach Housing Resource Center
The Virginia Beach Housing Resource Center, scheduled to open for services in September at 104 N. Witchduck Road, is a one-stop shop of services for families and individuals experiencing homelessness or a housing crisis. The new 62,000-square-foot, LEED-certified facility features:
· Singles shelter: 49 singles shelter beds
· Short-term family housing: 10 motel-style units (40 beds)
· Day services: Laundry, showers and housing support
· Virginia Beach Human Services offices
· Health center
· Dining hall
· Learning facility
The integration of shelter, housing, health center, dining hall, learning facility, supportive services and community resources in one facility makes the Virginia Beach Housing Resource Center the first of its kind in South Hampton Roads. For more information, visit www.vbgov.com/housing-resource-center.
If you are homeless or at imminent risk of losing your housing, please call the Regional Housing Crisis Hotline at (757) 227-5932, Monday – Friday, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., to connect with the City of Virginia Beach homeless services system.
Views:159|Rating:0.00|View Time:30Minutes|Likes:0|Dislikes:0 Curious what opportunities Carson City has for you? Then come on down to the 2nd Annual Hand Up Resource Fair!
Saturday, August 6th, 9am – 1pm
Mills Park (Marv Teixeira Pavilion)
1111 E. Williams St.
Carson City, NV 89701
As of 7/22/16, organizations in attendance will include:
Orvis School of Nursing
Carson City Health & Human Services WIC
The Salvation Army
Carson City School District
Walmart Clinic in Carson
Carson City Senior Citizen’s Center
Partnership Carson City
United Latino Community
Behavioral Health Services
Compass Behavioral Health
Eagle Valley Children’s Home
Carson City Public Works / JAC Transit System
Children and Family Counseling
Division of Child Family Services
Northern Nevada Dream Center
Office of Public Health Informatics and Epidemiology
Carson City Library
Oral Health Nevada
Carson City Tabernacle
Kids and Horses
Carson City Community Center
Rural Center for Independent Living
JOIN Inc. Job Opportunities
Life Choices Pregnancy Center
Carson Tahoe Regional Medical Center
Suicide Prevention Office
Nevada Health Center
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