Oregon Coast Community College will host a resource fair for students and the greater community at its Central County Campus in Newport on Tuesday, October 3 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.
Community members are welcome to attend and meet with local organizations available to assist with non-academic and basic needs, including housing and food insecurity, mental and emotional health, physical health, childcare issues, and flexible employment opportunities.
Participating organizations will include Community Service Consortium (CSC), WorkSource Oregon, 2-11, DSP Connections, Tribal 477 Self-Sufficiency Program, Housing Authority of Lincoln County, Newport Veterans Services, Lincoln County Transportation, Lincoln County Public Health, Newport Food Pantry, Samaritan Health Services, Pollywog, Lincoln City Hope Center, Olalla Center, Oregon Health Insurance Marketplace, Newport Public Library, and more.
The resource fair is intended to connect students and community members to local agencies and allow them to put a face with a name of participating organizations. Although this event is held at the OCCC campus, anyone is welcome to attend.
For more information, contact OCCC Student Resource Navigator, Tracy Jones, at email@example.com, or call (541) 867-8544.
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