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SUPPORT GROUPS CAN HELP YOU HANDLE LIFE'S BUMPS IN ROAD

Did you know that support groups provide an affordable therapeutic means by which people can share with others going through similar problems. A directory of Salt Lake area support groups is now available through the Information and Referral Center at 487-4716.

If you'd like to inquire about, or volunteer for, any of the following requests, call the Volunteer Center of the Community Services Council, 212 W. 1300 South, 486-2136.Provide care and companionship to terminally ill person. Training starts March 26.

Help with swimming activities of head-trauma patients. 2-4 p.m. various days.

Provide shelter home for abused, neglected teenagers. Small maintenance fee. An adult must be home all day.

Assist with special projects

and/or data entry. Typing. Flexible times.

Answer phones and greet the public.

Help out at care center.

Visit a man who was recently widowed. At least once a week. Downtown area.

Help with current-events class or sing-alongs at care center. 9:30-11:30 a.m. one to five times a week.

Visit senior citizens in their homes at least once a week. Training.

Assist hospital patients, provide escorts and other duties. Daytime, four hours a week.

Sponsor newly arriving refugee families. Meet at the airport, help set up an apartment, etc. No financial commitment.

Transport refugees to appointments.

Help children catch fish in trout pond. March 18-22.

Teach literacy for Department of Corrections.

Transport patient to Park City. Flexible times.

Work with young or inexperienced mothers.

Answer phone and greet public four hours a week.

Help with child hunger survey. Door to door.

Work in gift shop or information desk of hospital. Evening and weekend shifts.

Volunteers over 50 needed to help children in classrooms.

Do data entry for police department. Flexible times

Give police station tours to Boy Scouts and help with fingerprint merit badge.

Interview applicants for Red Cross Utility Assistance program.

Monitor group homes three times a year.

Answer phones four hours a week. Flexible days.

Supervise volunteer ushers and take tickets. Evenings. Training.

Select, deliver and return books for the homebound. Flexible times.

Help out at care center.

Assist retarded adults with bingo activities.

Help with basic office duties. Need good clerical skills.

Provide tax help to senior citizens. Training. Four hours a week.

Provide furniture for adult day treatment.

Yarn of any size, color or type is needed.

Give sewing machine.

Provide artificial or silk flowers to detention center. Also candy.

Provide trailer that can be pulled with a hitch.

Donate a recliner for an 80-year-old woman who has circulatory problems in her legs.

Contribute candy for youths at Detention Center.

Contribute an electric stove and microwave.

Donate a sewing machine for a senior citizen.

Give bunk beds for Tibetan refugee families.

Provide a refrigerator for shelter-care program.

Donate a crib for young mother and her three children.

Give baby items for homeless children's Foundation.