HELENA, Mont.,- Multiple organizations band together Wednesday to help flood victims with cleanup efforts. Thanks to the LDS Church, Red Cross and more, the cleanup process just got a little easier.
From water testing to counseling services, several Helena based organizations are offering their services to a community that was recently devastated by floods.
Victims can come out to get guidance as well as free goods. Buckets of disinfecting supplies are being handed out along with several other items.This is all in an effort to help simplify situations for those already struggling
“The little time that they have off from work and stuff, they want to be out actually working cleaning up, so it will hopefully save them a lot of time to put this all in one place,” said Gina Newby, a volunteer with the LDS Church.
The LDS Church is offering their time and volunteer efforts to actually go out and assist anyone who needs help cleaning up. The health department is partnering with The Caring Foundation to yet again open up a free immunization clinic. This time folks can get their free tetanus shot through the end of June.
This event will be up and running again starting tomorrow at 10:00 A.M. Visit their Facebook page here for more information https://www.facebook.com/events/357649377974462/?event_time_id=357649381307795