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Come to Community Resource Day to Learn About Cape May County’s Support Network

Tabernacle United Methodist Church will help connect those in need with Cape May County’s many resources on “Community Day.”

From Tabernacle United Methodist Church

What: An event to raise community awareness of the many resources for those in need

When: Saturday, Feb. 17 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Where: Tabernacle United Methodist Church, 702 Seashore Rd., Lower Township

Community Day is here to remind those looking for help: there is help here in Cape May County!

65 organizations are participating that provide support within our community. They provide support in the following categories:

  • Governmental – County, State, & Federal
  • Veterans Benefits
  • Food & Necessity
  • Substance Abuse, Prevention, & Treatment
  • Family Focused
  • Thrift Stores
  • Behavioral / Physical Disabilities
  • Health Care, Home care, Senior Living
  • Nursing & Rehabilitation Facilities
  • Hospice
  • Pregnancy Support

  • Educational
  • Non Drug/Alcohol Addictions
  • Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, Abuse
  • Homeless support
  • Financial

For a full list of participating organizations, go to capemaycommunityoutreach.com

A special thanks to our sponsors for their support of this event: The Arc of Cape May County, Veteran Care Services, Thrivent, Beautiful Minds, Tabernacle United Methodist Men, Options for Her

Please contact Steve Bistak for additional information: Bistaksp@gmail.com or 732-850-545

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