Free Food Giveaways for Calhoun County

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COVID-19 causes complications for local Hurricane Michael recovery group

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Catholic Charities coming to Blountstown Library

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Housing Recovery Slow In Rural Northwest Florida After Hurricane Michael

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Answering the Call: HarvestCall volunteers arrive in Jackson County

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Calhoun County Prescription Assistance Program

This service to our communities is provided FREE of Charge through the Panhandle Area Health Network, INC. Do you need help getting your prescription medicines?If you have a chronic illness and need prescription medicines, have high deductibles or cannot afford to buy them, and meet the qualifications for the program, we may be able to help you. Located at the Blountstown Public Library, Blountstown 850-674-8773 Monday – Thursday 9 – 4 (Ask for Jessica) Walk Ins are welcome. WHAT TO BRING IN FOR INTERVIEW Pharmacy Printout (Year to Date) List of Meds from Doctor Income Verification for Everyone in Household […]

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Free Food Giveaways for Calhoun County

Calhoun-Liberty Ministry Center is located at 21754 State Road 20 East in Blountstown, FL. They offer food every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9AM – 12PM. You may contact Bulan Moran at 850-447-1959 with any questions. https://www.innovativecharities.org You must be a resident of Calhoun County to be eligible. If you receive food stamps or SSI, you automatically qualify to receive free food. Otherwise, distribution is based on your income and your household size. Applying for food is as simple as filling out one application per year that is based on USDA income levels. ID is not required.Chipola Community Church is located at 16555 NE […]

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Bunkbed Builds

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Park in Marianna receives make-over from home improvement tv show

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Tri-County Community Council, Inc.

Tri-County gets dollars to help in 2 crises Tri-County Community Council Executive Director Joel Paul Jr. shared some welcome news with Jackson County Commissioners at the board’s meeting on Tuesday: The private non-profit corporation is getting an influx of money from federal sources to help area residents continue recovering from Hurricane Michael and losses realized as a result of COVID-19. The federal dollars regarding COVID-19-related wage losses are coming from the federal CARES Act the Community Services Block Grant program within the Department of Economic Opportunity. It can be used for crisis assistance in the areas of home repair and […]

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