Neighborhood House would like to invite you to a COVID recovery information session. Open to all community members who want to learn more about our free programs and services!
Thursday, January 20, 2022
1:00 – 2:30 PM
Please contact Rochelle Hazard, Director of Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Access at firstname.lastname@example.org for questions.
For the past two years, COVID-19 has affected people in many ways. Some people have lost jobs or had their hours greatly reduced, making it tough to pay rent, bills, and creating anxiety. We have had to isolate ourselves from friends and family, which has affected how we celebrate our holidays, birthdays, major events, and each other, which can lead to depression and sadness. Childcare centers and schools have closed, leading to a loss of childcare, making it hard to get back to work. We have heard these types of losses and needs from many of the people that use Neighborhood House’s services.
In response, Neighborhood House will be holding an information session on a variety of topics to begin addressing the concerns and needs of our community. This session will be about our services that may be able to assist in the recovery from the impact that COVID-19 has had.
The topics of this session are as follows:
- Employment and training opportunities
- Rental assistance/Eviction prevention
- SNAP (food assistance)
- Medicare/Medicaid/Aging and Disability services
- Employment opportunities here at NH
- Child Care
- Mental Health
There will be NH staff across all divisions available to answer any questions. We are interested in finding out other ways that NH can offer support during these difficult times so if you think of any please feel free to leave a comment. Thank you for participating.