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Plan of Care packet is now available as .pdf

The “[download id=”11972″ format=”2″]” packet required by the Central Community Health Board (CCHB) for subsidized group home placement is now available in .pdf format; you can download it using the link above, or from the document server under the “Housing Issues” section. The packet is 14 pages long, and besides

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Shared by Stefan C. Densmore, United Resource Connection August 10, 2007

Free Food for Eligible Norwood Residents

The Norwood Food Closet offers a free bag of groceries which may be picked-up at the Norwood Health Department between 1 and 1:30 p.m. on Tuesdays, Thursdays, or Fridays. Limit is one bag of groceries per person per month. A case worker must call between 9 and 10 a.m. on

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Shared by Stefan C. Densmore, United Resource Connection July 14, 2007

Free Food: Ohio Summer Food Service Program

Free food for kids. All children ages 1 through 18 are eligible to receive free nutritious meals while school is out this summer through the Ohio Summer Food Service Program. Individuals ages 19 through 21 who have been identified as having mental or physical disabilities and are following Individualized Education

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Shared by Stefan C. Densmore, United Resource Connection June 4, 2007

Online AA “Big Book” with chapters in .pdf format

The book “Alcoholics Anonymous”, also known in the AA community as the “Big Book”, has been available online for some time now, but has only recently been presented (legally) with each chapter available individually in .pdf format. The purpose of the book Alcoholics Anonymous which was first published in the

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Shared by Stefan C. Densmore, United Resource Connection May 9, 2007

$ generic Drug Program at Wal-mart

Great news for individuals struggling with prescription drug prices with or without prescription drug insurance. Wal-Mart has recently announced that they are now offering over 300 different generics available for $4 per prescription. Only prescriptions filled in person are eligible for the $4 program. The program offers up to a

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Shared by Stefan C. Densmore, United Resource Connection May 3, 2007