A sampling of the information available on the World Wide Web follows: American Academy of Pediatrics: Facility Management has issued the following policy in the event of any medical situation at the Capitol Complex: The first person on the scene of a medical emergency should call 9.911.
The person experiencing the medical emergency has the right to refuse ambulance services; he or she will not be charged for that service.
The Internet contains a wealth of information about health-related issues, all accessible with just the click of a mouse.
Thanks to the support of individuals, local youth groups, churches, businesses, organizations, school districts, governmental agencies and all of our wonderful volunteers, we are able to combat hunger and need in our community.
Mission: To provide food and emergency services to residents in our service area and to educate, empower and engage our community in solving issues of hunger and nutrition.
Vision: Building a healthy community free of hunger.
The faces of hunger will surprise you; those we serve may be in a crisis situation due to medical cost, poor health, job loss, disability, mental health issues, abandonment by a spouse or partner, abusive situations, delinquency of child support payments, seniors living on fixed incomes, low income wages, and the newly unemployed. We are collecting new backpacks and schools supplies for our local students in need.