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Local Groups Come Together for Project Homeless Connect
Last year’s event served 552 individuals, including 88 veterans, 55 seniors and 120 youth
More than 30 local businesses and agencies are coming together this week to aid the homeless and impoverished in Northwest Montana.

Community Action Partnership of Northwest Montana and the Samaritan House are hosting the third annual Flathead Valley Project Homeless Connect, a two-day event that offers key resources to those in need.

The event is June 13, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. and June 14, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the Samaritan House, 124 Ninth Ave. W., in Kalispell.

Those who attend the event will receive assistance with free medical and dental services, financial and employment assistance, pet services, haircuts, veterans services, legal assistance, vision services, housing counseling, food baskets and more.

Last year’s event served 552 individuals, including 88 veterans, 55 seniors and 120 youth.

For those interested in donating or volunteering with Community Action Partnership and the Samaritan House, call 752-6565.

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