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Month: June 2019
News from the Research Desk Blog
Summertime can be full of fun times and fabulous food. For some families, however, it can mean going without. Children who qualify for school lunches are often not able to get as much nourishing food during the summer. In Mount Prospect families with school-age children who receive free or reduced-price lunch at school can obtain an extra bag of food during summer break through Mount Prospect’s Food Pantry. Call the Human Services Department at (847) 870-5680 or the Community Connections Center at (847) 506-4930 to schedule an appointment for a financial assessment and to learn more about local resources.
Remembering the 1960s
Friday, June 21st 2019
Noon – 1:30pm
Mount Prospect Village Hall Community Room
A Memory Cafe is a welcoming place for those with mild cognitive impairment, early-stage Alzheimer’s or a related dementia and their care partners to gather for refreshments, reminisce about times gone by, laugh and participate in an activity! This cafe’s theme is: Remembering the 1960s. Come have a great time connecting and creating new friendships!
Please call Human Services: 847/870-5680
Is your family or a family you know struggling to become financially independent?
If so, check out Faith Community Homes for possible assistance.
Faith Community Homes serves the Northwest Suburbs providing rent assistance to low-income, working families for up to two years as well as professional case management and regular coaching from trained volunteer mentors.
For more information, check out their website: https://www.fchomes.org/
or this recent news article: Daily Herald Article – May 22nd, 2019