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Long Island Cares Awards Clubhouse of Suffolk Food Pantry Grant

August 10, 2010

Clubhouse of Suffolk is pleased to announce a grant award in the amount of $2,417 to support Charlotte's Table, Clubhouse of Suffolk's food pantry. Awarded funds for Shared Maintenance Lines of Credit and a HPNAP Purchased Line of Credit will serve to enhance the selection and quantity of nutritious foods to Clubhouse members and individuals from the community.

"Our community members often face concurrent challenges with other medical disorders such as hypertension, diabetes, and/or other physical disabilities" said Michael Stoltz, Executive Director for Clubhouse of Suffolk. "Long Island Cares awarded funding will assist those with these additional challenges in concert with the psychiatric recovery process. And, as we continue to reach out to all individuals in the community in need of food, we will be able to connect those in need to additional community resources through our informational listings of community based agencies."

Charlotte's Pantry is open every Wednesday from 2:00PM to 6:00PM. Food is provided at no cost.

The not-for-profit Clubhouse of Suffolk, Inc. founded in 1990 by families of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) has grown to become a highly respected psychiatric rehabilitation program for people whose lives have been disrupted by mental illness. Its mission is "to assist people who are affected by mental illness to lead healthy, productive, addiction-free, and socially satisfying lives." The agency now serves 1,200 people in a range of services in Suffolk County.

Contact Information
Ruth McDade
Director of Development
(631) 471-7242 ext 1429