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    Taxonomy Code: PH-6900

    Programs that sponsor events which provide opportunities for veterans, homeowners, students, older adults, women, people who are homeless, people with disabilities or other groups to learn about, apply for and/or receive any of a broad range of services and supports available in their community. Exhibitors and featured services vary depending on the population targeted for attendance, but may include business, educational, health, human service and/or civic organizations that offer information and/or services related to legal issues, public assistance, basic needs (food/clothing/shelter), employment, health, mental health, housing or other issues.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Children in Need Events - Homeward AllianceOrganized quarterly to distributed needed items and give families access to service agencies. Larimer CountyHomeward AllianceHomeward Alliance
    General Assistance Fair (Weld Project Connect) - United Way of Weld CountyProvides a free one-day event providing on-site health and human services to adults and families who are in need due to household and financial insecurity, job loss, health problems and other critical life issues. While creating a welcoming environment providing actual services rather than just referrals or information, WPC hosts over 70 free services such as: - Health screenings and medical services - Vision screening - Immunizations - Citizenship class registration - Library card issuance - Pet licensing - Credit reports - Job referrals - Résumé writing assistance - Podiatry services - Legal counseling - Documentation assistance - Mental health counseling - Veterans assistance - Haircuts - Food stamp enrollment - Personal care - Early child development insight and much moreWeld CountyUnited Way of Weld CountyUnited Way of Weld County
    Legal Fair - 19th Judicial DistrictOffers classes on various legal topics taught by local attorneys, followed by an opportunity to fill out court forms with court personnel. Also, offers an "Ask-an-Attorney" clinic to receive free legal advice from local attorneys, and informational booths staffed by local community organizations. Services: - Free Parenting Classes - Ask-an-Attorney Clinics - Referrals to community resources Informational booths include: - Department of Human Services - Area Agency on Aging - Child Support Services - A Woman’s Place - Colorado Legal Services - Family Support Registry - North Range Behavioral Health - Sunrise - United Way Parents with children are asked to make child-care arrangements; Services will not be available to people who bring children to the event. Weld County19th Judicial District19th Judicial District

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