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Published on April 22, 2024
Coon Rapids Police Department Offers Free Social Support Services at Anoka LibrarySource: Facebook/City of Coon Rapids, MN - Local Government

Coon Rapids citizens seeking support on a variety of social issues have the opportunity to receive professional assistance, no strings attached. Lori Halbur, the dedicated social worker with the Coon Rapids Police Department, offers a helping hand to those grappling with mental health, substance use, and other major life challenges, as reported by the City of Coon Rapids, MN - Local Government.

According to the City of Coon Rapids, MN - Local Government, on Thursday, April 25, between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m., residents can drop by the Anoka County Library, Crooked Lake Branch, to have a one-on-one session with Halbur—the service is free, and appointments are not required, it's an open door to those who need it and it's part of a monthly outreach taking place on the fourth Thursday of each month, aimed at providing solutions to myriad problems including homelessness, food and financial insecurity, job worries, and issues faced by older adults or those struggling with parental responsibilities.