Published On: June 8, 2022

Two Events – One time and location!

PROJECT CONNECT is a community resource fair open to everyone. Representatives from over 70 human service agencies serving St. Joseph County will be on site at Centreville Fairgrounds to connect guests with services they may need. Agencies will discuss services available for education, employment, health, housing & utilities, senior services, family services and more.

You can talk with providers and get connected IMMEDIATELY to agencies providing services.

You can find services to help NOW or discover available resources BEFORE you or a loved one may need assistance.

The event also includes:

  • Free medical screens
  • Free flu shots
  • Other shots and immunizations free to most
  • Food boxes to take home
  • Free lunch
  • Free haircuts
  • Free transportation available to and from this event within St. Joseph County. Contact St. Joseph County Transportation Authority at least 48 hours prior to the event. Call 269-273- 7808. If outside the local calling area: 1-800-964-5700.

Everyone is invited to attend!

VETERANS STAND DOWN – Come learn about the services and benefits eligible to you as a veteran or veteran’s spouse/family member.

Army surplus goods available free to Veterans who are enrolled in Battle Creek VA Healthcare System or bring their DD214, VA I.D., or Military I.D. with them. ALL VETERANS must bring a photo ID.

If you need assistance obtaining a copy of your DD214, please contact the St. Joseph County Veterans Services 467-5512, no later than September 1, 2022.

For more information contact Laura Brott 269-625-1820.

AGENCY VENDORS SIGN UP HERE: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/st-joseph-county-2022-project-connect-stand-down-vendor-registration-tickets-346887448697

 

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