Additional grant recipients are: - ABCCM
Medical Ministry, Asheville -- awarded $35,000, of which $20,000 will be utilized to sustain a full-time pharmacist in order to meet the following challenges: 1) fill in the gap for emergency room referrals at the hospital; 2) fill the gap for the emergency assistance providers of working families; 3) assist mental health providers with prescription medications; and 4) continue to expand the clinic's capacity to receive unused medications from long-term care pharmacies.
Cards are available from the following non-profit agencies: Greensboro Urban Ministry, Crisis Control Ministry in Winston-Salem, Urban Ministries of Wake County in Raleigh, Greenville Community Shelters in Greenville, Allied Churches of Alamance County in Burlington, Urban Ministries of Durham, Exodus Homes in Hickory, ABCCM
Shelter Ministry in Asheville, and Fayetteville Urban Ministry.
Founded in 1969, ABCCM
is now a cooperative of over 3,600 volunteers responding to community needs.
We held a clothing swap to benefit the ABCCM
But, it s not a free clinic like the ABCCM
clinic in Asheville.