|Food Assistance Program
||Prescription Drug Assistance Program|
Job Seekers Program
|FOOD ASSISTANCE PROGRAM|
Our mission is to provide a supermarket style environment where people are empowered to make selections based on their family needs.
We provide food and clothing to well over 150 individuals and families on a weekly basis. The food assistance program also serves as an emergency food program for those in immediate need and those who have experienced temporary setbacks.
We accept donations such as food, new or gently used shoes and clothing, toiletries and other personal care items.
Please contact the food assistance program if you or someone you know is in need of our services, would like to make a donation or desires to volunteer. You can reach the food assistance program through the following options:
• Direct Line: 718-272-0303
• General Line: 718-306-1000 ext. 1325
• Stop by The CCC Annex at 1400 Linden Boulevard every Thursday from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM
|PRESCRIPTION DRUG ASSISTANCE PROGRAM|
Pastor A. R. and Elder Karen Bernard have found a way to help alleviate some of the rising costs associated with the purchasing of prescription drugs.
• Everyone Qualifies, no age limit or pre-existing condition restrictions
• Immediate Acceptance, no waiting period
• No membership or enrollment fees
• Instant activation
• No Limit on Usage
• Savings on brand name and generic drugs as well as drugs not covered on other plans.
• Accepted At Over 55,000 Pharmacies
• Website access to a pharmacy locator and medication pricing
With Envision’s Prescription Drug Card, you will receive the lowest price available for your medication at over 55,000 pharmacies, including all major chains. Simply present your card at a participating pharmacy and save on many of your prescription drugs. You, your family, and your friends may use the savings card any time your prescription is not covered by insurance. It even works for many pet medications! Finding a pharmacy is easy: 8 out of 10 pharmacies nationwide accept your savings card.
There is also a convenient option for home or office delivery through the Mail Service affiliate, Orchard Pharmaceutical Services. Visit www.orchardrx.com or call (866) 909-5170.
Click here to download the Prescription Savings Card.
Click here for Drug Pricing.
Click here to locate a participating Pharmacy.
Please note that while this card provides discounts, it is not insurance.
ACTION PLAN FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
In your first year of high school, college may seem far away but you will be surprised to see how quickly you advance to your senior year. If you get on the right track now, you'll be ahead of the game by graduation time.
• Make sure you are enrolled in challenging classes that will help you prepare for college
• Get involved with extracurricular activities in school and outside of school
• Attend college fairs in your area
• Learn about college costs and how financial aid work
• Sign up for college prep courses
Create a folder and keep all your high school grades, activities, and deadline information inside of it.
Most colleges prefer four years of English, history, math, science, and a foreign language. To help you prepare for the next two years and get you on the road to college, take a good look at all your classes and extracurricular courses this year.
You'll have a busy year doing the following:
• Handling challenging schoolwork for classes
• Taking important exams (PSAT, SAT and ACT)
• Researching colleges (think of preferences, create a college campus checklist and visit colleges)
• Volunteering in your school and in the community to become well rounded
Register for www.Fastweb.com a free college search website.
Stay on track by getting organized.
• Finalize your college list and identify the top 9
• Collect college applications and organize what is required to complete them
• Put together a portfolio that includes pertinent information about you
• Ask for application fee waivers when you visit colleges
• Get recommendation letters from teachers early
• Apply for financial aid as early as January
• Keep up your attendance and your grades!
Above information obtained from www.collegeboard.com
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|JOB SEEKERS PROGRAM|