Community Resource Centers continue resources and aid



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Marble Falls-office Site Director Jeanne Emerson, back, and Community Resource Centers of Texas Executive Director Donna Klaeger continue to work to assist and protect vulnerable residents during the COVID-19 crisis.





Donna Klaeger, Executive Director
Community Resources of Texas, Inc.
Special to The Highlander

The Community Resource Centers, Inc. understands that our community is changing rapidly. Trying to find the right help in a time of need can be very complicated and stressful. The Covid19 Virus has arrived in our area, and we are striving to keep information flowing to our clients, as well as our community partners. We are continuing business as usual and we will direct clients to the very best resource available to them.

Our goal is to connect people with both temporary and permanent solutions for any problem they may be facing. The CRC acts as a “one-stop shop.” A single place someone can go to find answers and get connected with the help they need in ANY area of their life. By partnering and working closely with local agencies, we can aid with most needs.

The elderly is at a high risk for scammers. Please stay vigilant and informed. The Marble Falls CRC has received phone calls from our older demographic asking questions related to stimulus money. If you have a question or concern, please call and ask. We implore you – do not allow anyone in your home or give out personal information to anyone that you do not know personally.

While we are certainly working through difficult times, Community Resource Centers of Texas, Inc. are here to help with whatever you or your family may need. Please call us at any of the numbers listed below.

Burnet County Community Resource Center 830-693-0700

Blanco County Community Resource Center 830-868-0208

Llano County Community Resource Center 325-247-2703

Liberty Hill Community Resource Center 512-548-5091

We will continue to monitor the situation closely and will continually update Community Resource Centers of Texas, Inc. (Facebook Page) often.

Find more stories like this and comprehensive news coverage in the Friday, March 27 issue of The Highlander, the newspaper of record for the Highland Lakes. To offer a comment or news tip, email or call 830-693-4367. Click here to subscribe to our e-Edition online.

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