Joel Schlessinger MD supports Heartland Family Service’s Domestic Abuse ProgramPosted by in Uncategorized
Joel Schlessinger MD finds the mission of organizations like Heartland Family Service to be of the utmost importance. This Omaha-based nonprofit is a counseling agency dedicated to helping families, men, women and children. The organization carries out its mission through programs designed for those battling addiction, homelessness, mental health issues and abuse. Joel Schlessinger’s most recent donation will be offered to the Domestic Abuse Program and the Safe Haven Transitional Shelter. These services were created to keep abuse victims safe and stop the violence.
Goods like those donated by Joel Schlessinger MD help continue the Heartland Family Service Domestic Abuse Program.
The Heartland Family Service Domestic Abuse Program offers protection and transitional services to victims, survivors and those close to individuals suffering from domestic abuse. Heartland Family Service offers a 24-hour crisis line, counseling, emergency shelter, advocacy and support to those in the domestic violence program. Services offered to these individuals are completely free, making donations an important part of keeping this program going. Joel Schlessinger’s donation of soap and makeup products will be distributed to those receiving assistance from Heartland Family Service and staying in the Safe Haven Transitional Shelter. A collection of unused full-size or travel-size health and grooming items like these are important to families living in the shelter.
Join Joel Schlessinger MD in supporting Heartland Family Service and all of their programs.
Heartland Family Service provides aid to more than 36,000 clients of all ages each year. Your donations will help this organization provide education, counseling and support in 40 programs at 16 locations in Nebraska and Iowa. To find out how you can support Heartland Family Service, visit their donation page.
To discover the programs available through Heartland Family Service and to learn how to support this organization, visit their website.
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