“There is no greater joy, nor greater reward than to make a fundamental difference in someone’s life.” – Mary Rose McGeady, philanthropist
In this short video created for our food service program, Samaritan House’s client service supervisor Robyn Fischer shares her insights on why our food assistance program is such an important asset to our low-income client families.
During the month of June, our client service department had over 600 client visits. Clients who visited our office we helped through the diverse range of services we offer to help eligible families. Our client service staff are trained to evaluate each individual or family to properly assess their needs, connect them with the resources they need, and help them develop a long-term plan towards self-sufficiency. Individuals in need are provided with important resources – like food and clothing vouchers, and rental assistance – and referrals to other local agencies.
It is this care and concern for each of our clients that makes Samaritan House and all our case managers such an incredible resource to our community. If you are in need of assistance, please contact us to see how we can help.