The facility offers two levels of care to meet the needs of residents. Some of the services include medication management, laundry and linen service, assistance with activities of daily living, three meals per day in the dining room, activity programs, private rooms with bath and handicapped accessible shower, free WiFi throughout the building, and a quick-call response team. Has volunteer opportunities.
Offers a preschool program for 2, 3, & 4 year olds already enrolled in the center for daycare. The program includes a planned curriculum, hands on activities, social development, and community involvement.
Provides leadership experiences to girls, through skill building activities, field trips, sports skill-building clinics, community service projects, cultural exchanges, and environmental stewardships. Also helps girls develop values to guide their actions and provide the foundation for sound decision-making. Volunteers are accepted. Contact Chelsea Boog if you wish to place your child in a troop.
Denise Eberspeaker, Director of Fund Development, Communications and Service Center
410-742-5107 or 1-800-374-9811
East Park Professional Center, 1346 Belmont Avenue
Food pantry for people in need of food assistance. Families are required to show proof of income (paystubs) and of residence (utility bill). Open the 2nd Saturday of every month from 8:30 -10:30 am. Drop-off sites to donate to the pantry are Connie's Cut Above in Goldsboro, Anita's Hair House in Henderson, and most north county area churches. If you would like to help at the food pantry we would ask that you be at the church by 7:30am to help setup and get ready.
Volunteer fire and emergency services. They are staffed 7 days/week, 365 days per year for paramedics. They offer fire education program open houses. Meeting room/Fire hall available for public use. Call 410-482-7183 for event information and to leave a message to reserve the hall. You can also visit our website and fill out the Contact Us form.
An independent, subsidized living community that offers 1 & 2 bedroom apartments to the elderly and disabled. Rent is based on income, if applicable. Accepts Section 8. Call or stop by the office for an application.
The Chapter meets on the first Monday of every month at 7:00 pm (except on holidays), in the museum. You are invited to come and meet friends and neighbors at any of our meetings. The group is responsible for the activities and events that take place at the museum.
• Quality Early Learning Experiences at Early Head Start
• Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten Partnership
• Summer Semester for Entering Kindergarten
• Support for ELL Afterschool Kindergarten
• Wrap-around Licensed Child Care through Parntership
• Developmental Screenings and Assessments
• Linkages with Special Education
• Enhanced Parent Education Services
• Parents as Teachers Home Visiting
• Multi-Cultural Resource Center partnership including Spanish speaking staff available
• Parenting for Academic Success
• Group Socializations
• Family Literacy Activities
• Family Centered Coordinated Case Management
Adult Education and Employment Readiness:
• Adult Basic Education and GED preparation
• English as a Second Language
• Job Readiness
The Lions Club sponsors a Vision Program that helps to pay for eye screening and glasses for needy people in Greensboro. Call or write for an application. Also sponsors a little league team, a soccer team, organizes the Little Miss Greensboro contest, sporting clay tournaments, an Easter egg hunt and games for families on the 4th of July at Bilbrough Park in Greensboro. The Club has two planned chicken barbecues every year, plus other events and they donate money to Lions Vision research and other charities. We are proud to serve the community by providing eye exams and glasses to those in need. We also provide a Ball Park which has a Softball field, Little League Field, Horse Shoe Pits and a Pavilion for the use of the community.
Provides fire, rescue and EMS services to the citizens of Greensboro and those areas surrounding Greensboro. Hall available for public use. Room capacity: 125 (with tables and chairs available), air conditioned. Ample parking around the building; not accessible to the handicapped. Contact Karen Harvey, 410-482-8338. Annual firemans' carnival held during the last week of June. Meetings held the last Tuesday of each month at 7:30 PM.
Our mission is to stabilize communities by creating hope and promoting economic self-sufficiency to individuals and families through financial education and counseling. As Guidewell Financial Solutions, we will continue to work toward that goal by providing the same professional, expert staff, and services you have come to know and trust from CCCS for the last 49 years.
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