If you have spare blankets or jackets lying around the house please consider donating them.
Hot meals, health care and tangible goods will be made available to all Veterans in attendance.
Here's a chance to learn about employment opportunities available for you.
On the night of Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2015, the new year-round Human Solutions Family Shelter had 102 people staying there, and 52 of them were young children. They need blankets to help these families stay warm!
Have you ever been denied a job due to a prior conviction? This class may help.
If you feel like you barely have enough money to get by, join this free two-hour class and learn tools to help you take charge of your money.
Food, personal care items, health care, and many more resources will be offered to homeless Veterans at this event in Linn County.
Just as CPR helps you assist an individual having a heart attack, Mental Health First Aid helps you assist someone experiencing a mental health related crisis.