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New Guide to Social Services Resources Available

by Matt Stevons on 2020-03-27T09:00:00-05:00 in Library News & Updates, Reference | Comments

The current crisis has caused unexpected and undue hardship for countless individuals and families. Every U.S. state provides its citizens with a variety of social service programs and benefits, however, it can be difficult to locate information to these services because states structure them in different ways. The purpose of a new Social Services Resources guide is to make it easier for you to find social service programs in your area.  Links lead to health, housing, nutrition, and other assistance programs in each state, as well as links to national sources and program search tools. To find services in your area, visit the Social Services Resources guide.  


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