Strive to Thrive fair offers hot meal, assistance

Staff report
Posted 1/11/19

Douglas County residents facing hard times can learn about resources available to them while enjoying a hot meal at the Strive to Thrive Resource and Service Fair. The free event Jan. 29 will provide …

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Strive to Thrive fair offers hot meal, assistance

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Douglas County residents facing hard times can learn about resources available to them while enjoying a hot meal at the Strive to Thrive Resource and Service Fair.

The free event Jan. 29 will provide information on where to access food and clothing, medical assistance and more. Attendees also can learn about employment opportunities, how to apply for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP, formerly food stamps), receive a wellness check and learn about other supportive services.

Strive to Thrive is hosted by Douglas County's Community of Care Network. The fair lasts from 4-6 p.m. at Calvary Chapel, 1100 Caprice Drive, Castle Rock.

For information on the fair or about the Community of Care Network, visit www.CommunityOfCareNetwork.com or call Community of Care Network Navigator Rand Clark at 303-660-7460. No appointment or registration is required to attend the fair. For free transportation to and from the event, contact Douglas County First Call at 303-660-7519 by noon Jan. 28.

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