Posts Tagged ‘mental illness’
Monday, January 16th, 2012
Heron-Peacock Supported Living, which provides housing, support, transportation, and supervision of medications for low-income people who have a current diagnosis of mental illness, has become the 26th non-profit to be listed on KeysReuse.com.
Heron-Peacock works to maximize individual self-dependence, health and well-being, and community integration of survivors of domestic abuse and provides immediate safety to abuse victims and their children. The group would like to get a wide variety of items including arts and crafts supplies, blenders, bicycles, lamps, a lawn mower, toiletries, and bed linens.
To see a complete list of what Heron-Peacock and the other 25 non-profits need, log onto keysreuse.com.
The kinds of things that Heron-Peacock is seeking often sit in residents’ storage closets or even in trash cans. Rather than storing unused stuff or, worse yet, throwing useful things away, locals should log onto www.keysreuse.com and see what 26 local non-profits could use. Often these groups will be delighted to come and pick up what people wish to donate.
KeysReuse.com, whose motto is “don’t throw it away, give it away, provides a way for locals to support county non-profits in a meaningful way.