HelpLink 2-1-1 service available
Every day in our region, people are in need of local support services. Knowing how to navigate the system or even where to begin can be overwhelming.
United Way of the Greater Dayton Area (UWGDA) created HelpLink 2-1-1, a free and confidential information and referral service available 24/7, 365 days a year. From emergency needs like food, shelter or help with paying utilities, to everyday issues like finding a reading tutor or services for an aging parent, HelpLink 2-1-1 makes it easier to find health and human service programs available in our region.
By calling HelpLink 2-1-1, you can connect with a live person who will help you navigate the local nonprofit networks. Skilled workers will listen to your needs, research all available service options, connect you with help, and follow up as needed. They are specially trained to help with problem solving and crisis intervention. STAFF REPORT
Virtual Money & Life presentation
Join Katie Mitakides from Edward Jones and Mike Coburn, MFS, for a virtual presentation titled, “It’s different this time: asset allocations for a changing world”, from 7-8 p.m. Thursday. This event for adults is sponsored by Wright Memorial Public Library.
Organizers said unlike the past decade of strong financial returns and low risk, the coming decade may look very different, and asset allocations that worked in the past may struggle. The public is invited to join this seminar that explores the changing investment landscape and the impact on asset allocation.
For more information or to register, go to www.wrightlibrary.org. STAFF REPORT