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The Salvation Army of Hancock needs volunteers to ring the bell in their annual Kettle Bell Campaign. To sign up, or get more information, call Kettle Bell Coordinator Sara Perrault at 231-9527.
The Western U.P. Retired and Senior Volunteer Program is looking for volunteers for the new Keeping Independent Seniors Safe (KISS) Program. The KISS program is a telephone reassurance program providing free phone calls to area seniors who are in need of someone to touch base with them to ensure their well-being and/or have a friendly conversation on a regular basis. The daily KISS call provides an added feeling of security for the senior living independently. If you would like to help, contact Christina Mayworm, RSVP Program Specialist at 482-7382 ext. 151 or by email at email@example.com.
Copper Country Mental Health is introducing its new Senior Reach program for Houghton, Keweenaw, Baraga and Ontonagon Counties. Senior Reach provides home-based mental health care for individuals age 60+ who are living at home. This includes counseling services, depression screening, substance abuse/misuse screening and treatment, as well as connection to local resources for transportation needs, food delivery, snow removal, etc. This program is free. If you or someone you know could benefit, contact Kelli Garrison at 483-5683, or firstname.lastname@example.org. To see a video introduction to the program, click here. Visit the program’s Facebook page here.