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Boulder JFS Flood Support Group Continues

FLOOD Drop-In Support Group to Continue on Tuesdays from 4:00 – 5:30 pm

PBoulder-JFS-Centered-CMYKlease join us on Tuesday at the Boulder JCC Library for a drop-in support group. This group is for anyone interested in exploring the emotional impact of the flood on our lives and community. Come share your story or just be among others who are experiencing similar feelings.  Stop, listen, share, connect, breathe, feel, be. Open to all. In the aftermath of the flood many of us are coping with overwhelming feelings. Boulder JFS is offering a drop-in group for anyone in need of emotional support. Join us on Tuesday, October 15, 4:00-5:30 p.m. at the Boulder JCC Library. For more information please call Boulder JFS at 303.415.1025 or visit http://jewishfamilyservice.org/services/Boulder-Flood-Response RSVPs are appreciated; walk-ins welcome. Childcare is available, call to reserve.

FLOOD Related Financial Assistance Flood relief financial assistance is available for those in need who have suffered a flood-related loss. If you have been affected by the flood, we want to help. Whatever your circumstance, information, volunteer assistance, and in many cases financial support is available. Boulder JFS is also available to provide emotional support, case management, and information/referral services. To receive help, please contact Boulder Jewish Family Service at 303.415.1025 or visit http://jewishfamilyservice.org/services/Boulder-Flood-Response Financial assistance is made possible by the Colorado Flood Relief Fund organized by JEWISHcolorado, formerly Allied Jewish Federation of Colorado. If you would like to make a donation please visit http://jfeds.org/colflood.  Please share the above information about the support group and financial assistance with other who may be interested.

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