Mobile’s Project Homeless Connect is scheduled for this Friday, January 25, 2019 from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Mobile Fairgrounds in West Mobile. This is a one day event to provide necessary services for the homeless of Mobile and Baldwin Counties.
The event will provide free transportation, legal assistance, employment resources, state ID’s, housing assistance, veteran resources, health and wellness, dental and vision screenings, and many other resources. Many nonprofit agencies also come together at this event to provide necessary services for the homeless community at no cost to them. Specifically, medical needs, dental screenings, mental health assistance, vision screenings, veteran’s information, substance abuse treatment help, haircuts and cosmetology services, and bike repair will be provided at the event.
There will be multiple attorneys and staff from all areas of law volunteering their time to help with various legal issues. The attorneys and representatives from Gardberg and Kemmerly will be there to assist any homeless veterans or homeless individuals thinking of applying for Social Security disability or Veterans disability. Come see us from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. and share this information with anyone needing assistance in the homeless community. This is an invaluable asset to those with little resources.
There will also be a mock court room for minor legal issues to be solved, such as traffic violations and misdemeanors. As you check in they will determine your legal needs such as criminal, civil, etc. The District Court clerk will also be present to help those facing eviction notices and file answers.
The Grounds are located at 1035 Cody Rd. N, Mobile, Alabama. If you need transportation, please contact Housing First at 251-445-8016.
We here at Gardberg and Kemmerly care about the homeless and those facing homelessness in our community. If you have a claim for disability and need assistance please call our office at 251-343-1111 for a free consultation on your VA and/or SSA claim. Gardberg & Kemmerly specializes in helping the injured and disabled in Alabama, Mississippi, Florida, and Louisiana.