Montgomery County, in collaboration with the Alcohol, Drug Addiction, and Psychological Wellbeing Services, will keep on operating a Family Assistance Facility this week to lend a hand to individuals who have been traumatized by the storms that swept through the Miami Valley on Memorial Day.
Through a cutting edge model, the center will be offering access to one-on-one intervention services to help with trauma and psychological wellbeing needs for the ones suffering from the unfortunate crisis. Skilled specialists will help to spot their wishes and make referrals to appropriate products and services.
The Center, situated at the Church of Jesus Christ Latter-day Saints at 1500 Shiloh Springs Highway, will run until Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Set up as a “one-stop” place, a few different businesses shall be present for individuals who had been affected.
They come with: Public Wellbeing Dayton 1st viscount Montgomery of Alamein County offering cribs, immunizations, and birth certificate; 1st viscount Montgomery of Alamein County Task & Family Services (Monday & Thursday handiest).
Moreover, today and the next day, a free RTA commute will run each half hour from 1 pm to 6 pm between the facility, companies located on the Salem Mall parking space, and the Salvation Military’s Dayton Kroc Heart.
On the Dayton Kroc Center, that is situated at 1000 N. Keowee Boulevard; other folks can follow services, if eligible, from St. Vincent DePaul, Good Neighbor Area, and acquire Salvation Military emergency vouchers for apparel and different household items.
The hours of operation shall be from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m.