The Gloucester Resource Council is meeting Wednesday to discuss resources and share information on assisting members of the community.
The Gloucester Resource Council is a network of employees of human service agencies and organizations, as well as businesses and community members, who meet monthly about community issues.
The council members work in cooperation to plan and implement programs to help maximize community resources and minimize the costly duplication of services, said a county spokeswoman. Some of the members include: Alzheimer's Association; Bay Aging; Social Services; Gloucester Library; Laurel Shelter; Middle Peninsula Head Start; Gloucester County Community Education; Gloucester-Mathews Free Clinic; several local churches and others.
The meeting on Wednesday is at 9:30 a.m. in the Gloucester County Public Library community room. The council meets monthly on the first Wednesday morning of the month in the library and all meetings are open to the public.Copyright © 2014, Los Angeles Times