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1 Willand Pond encampment to be cleared Nov. 8. Community help wanted for aid effort.
2 Taking it to the streets; Nonprofit sets SOS Day for Saturday in Blount
5 Washtenaw County organizations offer rent assistance as federal eviction moratorium ends
6 Washtenaw United: Ypsilanti Meals On Wheels Holds Steady During Pandemic And Preps For The Holidays
7 Volunteers help beautify Conway housing community during United Way Day of Caring event
8 Wentworth-Douglass donates $125,000 in community involvement grants
9 New beginnings at nonprofit Aspen Homeless Shelter
10 Jaevion Nelson | SOS! Action needed on mental health
11 CTC of Greater Downingtown receives $51,000 in state funding
12 SOS Community Services offering groceries, bathrooms for hand-washing in Ypsilanti
13 SOS expands services in Ypsilanti during COVID-19 pandemic
14 SOS Community Services celebrates 50 years of service to Ypsilanti-area residents
15 Louisville clears largest homeless camps
16 'They deserve a voice': John Burns of SOS resigns from Sununu's recovery council
17 Greenville health care workers send SOS; 2 programs hope to provide relief
18 Thieves take tools Hamilton neighbourhood house uses to help feed community
19 Walk to support St. Clair County Suicide Prevention Committee
20 Ann Arbor-area leaders want to make racial equity a focus with human services funding
21 A stateless Guatemalan family faces hardship
22 Washtenaw County urges residents to apply for rental assistance as soon as possible
23 EDVA Announces Over $33 Million in Justice Department Grants to Assist Victims of Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence
24 Wentworth-Douglass opens new recovery location in Hampton
25 Homelessness in Sonoma Valley — an update – Sonoma Sun | Sonoma, CA
26 Group starts petition for NC school board members to resign over COVID-19 policies
27 Community leaders continuing to encourage Medicaid enrollment | News |
28 Advocates worry about reproductive health care if Ellis, St. Peter's merge
29 'Your world gets very small': Irish researchers working to unravel what causes hoarding
30 Portsmouth City Council incumbent candidate: Deaglan McEachern
31 GLAR Endorses 2021 REALTOR® Friendly Candidates
32 Street Outreach to provide showers, laundry, haircuts Saturday
33 We Cannot Ignore The COVID Childcare Crisis
34 SPECIAL EDITION | Local voters to settle spending, policy questions
35 Toy drive started | Community |
36 On Walk to School Day, OakDOT Reports on School Traffic Safety…
37 Drought-triggered famine spreading in Madagascar
38 A meaningful repurpose of the Sonoma Developmental Center
39 Misleading mailer targets small business owners with fee for filing state documents
40 Chamber launches a second round of ads targeting vulnerable Dems
41 SOS Community Advocacy & Service Complex to hold ribbon cutting and open house
42 Rochester Mayoral candidate: Palana Hunt-Hawkins
43 Honoring the 'Star' volunteers of the Valley
44 MSU Police arrest two people for stealing mopeds
45 Animal Services sends out an SOS: Community’s help needed for first-ever Mega Transport
46 2021 Election guide for Nueces, Aransas, San Patricio and Kleberg counties
48 Enid SOS opens Resource Center to provide homeless community greater access to benefits
49 Greenup library gets $25000 grant for restroom, IT upgrades
50 SOS meets homeless youth where they live
51 Herbalife Nutrition Honors Partners Who Are Helping End World Hunger Through “Nutrition for Zero Hunger” Initiative
52 Largest-ever gift to Ypsilanti Area Community Fund helps ensure future of six Ypsi organizations
53 Woman’s new ‘Ypsi Kind’ T-shirt business helps out local nonprofits
54 Jana Kurrle Obituary (1948
55 $825K grant given to organizations supporting priority populations in Washtenaw County
56 $33 million awarded to 26 Virginia-based organizations to help victims of sexual assault and home violence
57 SOS Community Services To Offer 'Parents As Teachers' Program
58 Tristan Miller dies at 31: SOS Recovery shocked by loss of one of its own, 'we had no clue'
59 SOS Services continues to educate on services available to community
60 MPHO A NDABA: Why SA is not prepared for the proposed analogue switch off date
61 County opens more early voting stations starting Oct. 16
62 Palmerton news for Oct. 13, 2021 – Times News Online
63 SOS educating community on importance of cyber safety
64 Media Plan of the Year: 24 Strategies That Broke Through
65 Community specialist reaches out to survivor families | News |
66 Help is available for APSU students through SOS Food Pantry. |
67 Jewish Family Service Names Shreya Sasaki New Senior Director of Family and Community Services
68 Shelters of Saratoga gifted building to provide affordable apartments for low-income residents
69 Kansas Attorney General announces over $120000 in grants for SOS
70 At Michigan SOS, walk-up service does not mean you can walk in
71 Election 2021: A Handy Guide to the Denver Ballot | Westword
72 Ypsilanti chili cook-off to benefit SOS Community Services draw hundreds
73 SOS & Friends CAREfest to Provide Free Community Resources, Job Fair
74 Assistance League donates $5,000 to help homeless veterans, seniors at Interfaith Community Services
75 'Little evidence' Signs of Safety improves practice or children's outcomes, finds pilot evaluation
76 SOS Recovery moves to new location in Rochester to better serve its clients
77 No more 'stigma and shame': Leaders put focus on importance of Recovery Month
78 Cham Refugees Community
79 Campaign for Families First’s new home appeals to community
80 SOS appointments, online services, self-service stations to be temporarily unavailable
81 JFS Statement Re: Refugee Evacuation and Resettlement from Afghanistan
82 New SOS Online, Self-Service Options Coming In March
83 Share Our Selves rolls out mobile health unit that aims to meet, treat at-risk people where they are
84 EMU officials present $2,600 check to SOS Community Services at Comerica Park
85 Dover chamber invites you to awards gala: Here are the winners
86 ‘We can actually live on our own’ Conway community for people with autism opens first home
87 How to volunteer and donate in New Jersey during the coronavirus outbreak (02/14/21)
88 How Richmond Steered Public Money Away From Police to Human Needs
89 Health and Human Services Commission Executive Council Agenda
90 SOS Illinois announces its board of directors votes to recognize Juneteenth as an organization holiday
91 SoS office: Most don’t need to come in for services
92 Benson adds 350,000 appointment slots at SoS branches
93 Families First getting new home for nonprofit health care. It needs your help.
94 Rep. DeGette seeks $2 million for Denver hotel to house those experiencing homelessness
95 SOS Animal Shelter a safe haven for the county's animals
96 Siuslaw Outreach Services sends SOS to community
97 Midland's Shelterhouse one of four Michigan entities to receive Lake Trust grant
98 Shelter House SOS staff receive 'warm welcome' as they get back into the community
99 Business for Good Foundation, Shelters of Saratoga team up to expand affordable housing
100 After losing son to gun violence, Ypsi couple launches nonprofit to engage youth in arts education